2018 ACM Fellows Honored

Posted on 6/19/19 in News
Katy Börner

Katy Börner

On June 15, 2019, the 2018 Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Fellows were recognized at the annual ACM Awards Banquet in San Francisco. These 56 computing professionals were chosen for their “significant contributions in areas including computer architecture, mobile networks, robotics, and systems security.” IPAM would like to congratulate the following IPAM affiliates:

  • Katy Börner (Indiana University), IPAM Board of Trustees member since 2008, organizer and speaker for IPAM’s 2016 workshop Culture Analytics and User Experience Design and core participant for IPAM’s spring 2016 long program Culture Analytics
  • Adnan Darwiche (University of Pennsylvania), speaker for IPAM’s 2007 Graduate Summer School: Probabilistic Models of Cognition: The Mathematics of Mind
  • Bangalore S. Manjunath (University of California, Santa Barbara), organizer for IPAM’s winter 2002 workshop Mathematical Challenges in Scientific Data Mining
  • Fei-Fei Li (Stanford University), organizer and speaker for IPAM’s 2013 Graduate Summer School: Computer Vision
  • Amit Sahai (University of California, Los Angeles), speaker for multiple workshops, including IPAM’s 2006 workshop Foundations of Secure Multi-party Computation and Zero-knowledge and Its Applications, of which he was also an organizer and core participant for both IPAM’s fall 2006 and 2007 long programs
  • Avi Wigderson (Institute for Advanced Study), organizer and speaker for multiple programs including IPAM’s winter 2008 workshop Expanders in Pure and Applied Mathematics, core participant for IPAM’s spring 2014 long program Algebraic Techniques for Combinational and Computational Geometry, and speaker for IPAM’s 2014 Green Family Lecture Series

The ACM Fellows program was established in 1993 and celebrates the leading members of ACM. ACM is the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society aiming to further collaboration and support among educators, researchers, and professionals to better address today’s challenges in the science of computing.

ACM Press Release