CS Assistant Professors Raluca Ada Popa and Sanjam Garg have been selected to receive Hellman Fellowships. The Hellman Fellows Fund substantially supports “research of promising assistant professors who show capacity for great distinction in their research.” Popa’s interests include security, systems, and applied cryptography. She has developed practical systems that protect data confidentiality by computing over encrypted data, as well as designed new encryption schemes that underlie these systems. Garg’s research interests are in cryptography and security, and more broadly in theoretical computer science. His work on multilinear maps and obfuscation has found extensive applications in cryptography. Other recent EECS faculty recipients of this award include Thomas Courtade, Tapan Parikh, Michael Lustig, and Pieter Abbeel.