From Perplex City Wiki
- Professor Mansoor became Senior Fellow of Cryptology in 263AC
- He had previously held the position of Junior Dean at Perplex City University
- Professor Mansoor was part of the team which created the Sanguine Algorithm, still used in many applications today
- His hypothetical solution to the three-spheres problem won the Academy's Cryptological prize in 246
- His research company, MPG, which developed many of the base-level systems used as part of corporate cryptology, became part of Key Surety in 241
- Professor Mansoor is currently Fellow in charge of student welfare, and sits on a number of pastoral care committees.