TruNets student wins best presentation award

Congratulations to Trusted Networks Lab VRES student 🏆 Jackson Riding for winning the best presentation award at the Faculty of Science #VRES presentations! The students presented the project they’ve been involved in over the summer study break in three minutes, with additional time for audience questions from academics and peers. Jackson’s VRES project was on Deciphering the Impact of Contribution Patterns on Open-Source Software Quality and Security. The Trusted Networks Lab hosts many VRES students each year, and our lab’s VRES/MRES research students have been consistently winning the best presentation award over the last 4 rounds. Congratulations Jackson and all!

Students interested in exploring undergraduate research opportunities with the Trusted Networks Lab can find out more about the Vacation Research Scholarship Program.

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