Qinghua Li’s Research Aims to Protect the Power Grid

For most people, seeing a notification it’s time to update the software on a cell phone or computer is no big deal.

It’s easy to ignore, and many of us are guilty of letting that notification bubble linger perhaps a bit too long.

For Qinghua Li, assistant professor of computer science and computer engineering, and the utility companies with which he works, software patches are a very, very big deal.

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