Awards

2014

Duncan Watts   Everett M. Rogers Award, from the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at the University of Southern California. For graduate-school research that launched the new science of networks. 
Hanna Wallach  Selected as one of 35 Women Under 35 Who Are Changing the Tech Industry, by Glamour magazine. 
Jun'ichi Tsujii  Funai Achievement Award, presented to a distinguished individual engaged in research or related business activities in the field of information technology who has produced excellent achievements in the field. 
Baining Guo  Member, Canadian Academy of Engineering. For distinguished achievements and career-long service to the engineering profession. 
George Varghese  2014 SIGCOMM Award. For sustained and diverse contributions to network algorithms, with far-reaching impact in both research and industry. 
Ratul Mahajan  ACM SIGCOMM Test of Time Paper Award. For papers published 10-12 years ago in Computer Communication Review or any SIGCOMM sponsored or co-sponsored conference that is deemed to be an outstanding paper whose contents are still a vibrant and useful contribution today. Presented for Measuring ISP Topologies with Rocketfuel, by Neil Spring, Mahajan, and David Wetherall. 
Parikshit Gopalan, Cheng Huang, Huseyin Simitci, and Sergey Yekhanin  IEEE Communications Society & Information Theory Society Joint Paper Award. For outstanding papers published in any publication of the Communications Society or the Information Theory Society within the previous three calendar years. Presented for On the Locality of Codeword Symbols
Sumit Gulwani  Robin Milner Young Researcher Award, from the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Programming Languages. For being a “highly motivated, creative, and inter-disciplinary researcher whose vision is to empower computer users around the world to be more productive and educated.” 
Jamie Shotton  IEEE Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence Young Researcher Award. For outstanding early career research contributions. 
Jaron Lanier  Peace Prize of the German Book Trade, from the German Publishers and Booksellers Association. For consistently and effectively spotlighting the threats our open society faces when deprived of the power to control its own progress and development. 

Cynthia Dwork

 
Member, National Academy of Sciences. For distinguished and continuing achievements in original research. 
Nikhil Srivastava, Adam W. Marcus, and Daniel A. Spielman  George Pólya Prize, from the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. For a notable contribution in areas of interest to George Pólya, such as approximation theory, complex analysis, number theory, orthogonal polynomials, probability theory, or mathematical discovery and learning.  
Jaime Teevan  Anita Borg Early Career Award, from the Committee on the Status of Women in Computing Research. For a woman in computer science and/or engineering who has made significant research contributions and who has contributed to her profession, especially in outreach to women. 
Jennifer Chayes   Fellow, American Academy of Arts & Sciences. Elected to join one of the United States’ oldest and most prestigious honorary societies, which includes scholars and practitioners from many disciplines and professions who conduct interdisciplinary, long-term policy research on complex and emerging problems. 
Leslie Lamport   Fellow, American Academy of Arts & Science. Elected to join one of the United States’ oldest and most prestigious honorary societies, which includes scholars and practitioners from many disciplines and professions who conduct interdisciplinary, long-term policy research on complex and emerging problems. 
Susan Dumais   Athena Lecturer Award, from the Association for Computing Machinery’s Council on Women in Computing, which celebrates women researchers who have made fundamental contributions to computer science. For introducing novel algorithms and interfaces for interactive retrieval that have made it easier for people to find, use, and make sense of information. 
Leslie Lamport  

A.M. Turing Award, from the Association for Computing Machinery. For fundamental contributions to the theory and practice of distributed and concurrent systems, notably the invention of concepts such as causality and logical clocks, safety and liveness, replicated state machines, and sequential consistency. 

Chuck Thacker

 
Microsoft Career Achievement Award, given to an individual for exceptional contributions to the technology industry across the span of a career. 

Richard Harper 

Member, CHI Academy. Elected by the Association for Computing Machinery’s SIGCHI as an individual who has made substantial contributions to the field of human-computer interaction.

Ken Hinckley  Member, CHI Academy. Elected by the Association for Computing Machinery’s SIGCHI as an individual who has made substantial contributions to the field of human-computer interaction. 
John Tang  Member, CHI Academy. Elected by the Association for Computing Machinery’s SIGCHI as an individual who has made substantial contributions to the field of human-computer interaction. 
Muthu Muthukrishnan  Imre Simon Test-of-Time Paper Award, which recognizes papers published in the Latin American Theoretical Informatics conference that have the most relevant and lasting impact. For An Improved Data Stream Summary: The Count-Min Sketch and its Applications, written with Graham Cormode of Rutgers University 

 


2013

Yu Zheng  Recipient, TR35 2013. For young innovators whose inventions and research are deemed most exciting by the editors of Technology Review

Zhengyou Zhang  

Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. For contributions to computer vision and multimedia. 
Dilek Hakkani-Tür  Fellow, IEEE. For contributions to spoken language processing. 
Yongguang Zhang  Fellow, IEEE. For contributions to software radio technology. 
P. Anandan  Helmholtz Prize, along with Michael Black, from the International Conference on Computer Vision. For A framework for the robust estimation of optical flow

Zhengyou Zhang 

Helmholtz Prize, from the International Conference on Computer Vision. For Flexible Camera Calibration By Viewing a Plane From Unknown Orientations
Jitendra Padhye  Distinguished Scientist, Association for Computing Machinery. For his contributions to the design and analysis of transport control protocols and their broad impact on the research community and networking industry. 

Rick Rashid 

Honorary doctoral degree from the University of Science and Technology of China, under the jurisdiction of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. 
Andreas Stolcke  Fellow, International Speech Communication Association. For contributions to research and leadership in speech and speaker recognition, understanding, and statistical modeling of spoken languages. 
Saleema Amershi  2013 Distinguished Dissertation Award, from the University of Washington Graduate School. For Designing for Effective End-User Interaction with Machine Learning
Johannes Kopf  Eurographics Young Researcher Award 2013. For young researchers who have already made a significant contribution to the field of computer graphics. 
George Varghese  Koji Kobayashi Computers and Communications Award, from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. For contributions to the field of network algorithmics and its applications to high-speed packet networks.  
Andrew Fitzgibbon  Royal Academy of Engineering Silver Medal. For outstanding and demonstrated personal contributions to British engineering, resulting in successful market exploitation by an engineer with less than 22 years of full-time employment. 
Duncan Watts  Lagrange-CRT Foundation Prize. For outstanding scientific contributions to the field of complexity and complex systems in all disciplines. 
Lintao Zhang  Most Cited Paper, from the Design Automation Conference to celebrate its 50th anniversary, along with Matthew W. Moskewicz, Conor F. Madigan, Ying Zhao, and Sharad Malik. For publishing the most-cited paper in the conference’s 50-year history, Chaff: Engineering an Efficient SAT Solver
Duncan Watts  A.D. White Professor-at-Large, Cornell University. For distinguished achievements in his discipline and life. 
Sudipto Das  Jim Gray Doctoral Dissertation Award, from the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Management of Data. For excellent research by doctoral candidates in the database field. 
Eric Horvitz  Member, CHI Academy. Elected by the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction as an individual who has made substantial contributions to the field of human-computer interaction.  

George Robertson 

Lifetime Achievement in Research Award, from the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction. For outstanding contributions to the study of human-computer interaction. 
Moshe Tennenholtz   Allen Newell Award, along with Yoav Shoham. Presented by the Association for Computing Machinery and the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence. For fundamental contributions at the intersection of computer science, game theory, and economics, most particularly in multiagent systems and social coordination (broadly construed), which have yielded major contributions to all three disciplines. 
Andrew Goldberg   Fellow, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. For exemplary research, for outstanding service to the community, and for advancing the fields of applied mathematics and computational science. 
danah boyd   Inductee, SXSW Interactive Festival Hall of Fame. For essential members of the interactive community who have made numerous contributions to the underlying SXSW goals of creativity, innovation, and inspiration. 
Eyal Lubetzky 

Rollo Davidson Prize, awarded each year to young probabilists by the Rollo Davidson Trust. For work on the dynamics of the Ising model and for proof of the cut-off phenomenon.

Eric Horvitz

 

Member, National Academy of Engineering. For computational mechanisms for decision-making under uncertainty and with bounded resources.

Matthew Parkinson  Dahl-Nygaard Junior Prize. For his work on specifying and reasoning about object-oriented programs. 

Andrew Blake 

Honorary Degree of Doctor of Engineering, The University of Sheffield. 

2012

David P. Wipf  IEEE Signal Processing Society Best Paper Award, along with Bhaskar D. Rao. For a paper of exceptional merit dealing with a subject related to the Society’s technical scope published in one of the society’s solely owned periodicals within the past five years. Presented for the paper An Empirical Bayesian Strategy for Solving the Simultaneous Sparse Approximation Problem
Sudipto Das  Lancaster Dissertation Award. For the best dissertation in mathematics, the physical sciences, and engineering at the University of California, Santa Barbara. 
Desney Tan  Kavli Fellow, from the U.S. National Academy of Sciences and The Kavli Foundation. Awarded to top scholars and scientists under the age of 45 working at the “frontiers of science.” 

Luca Cardelli 

Rozenberg Tulip Award in DNA Computing. For his research contributions to theory and software for programming biomolecular systems.  

Andrew Blake 

Honorary Degree of Doctor of Science, The University of Edinburgh. 
Henrique Malvar  Corresponding member, Brazilian Academy of Sciences. Membership in the Academy recognizes the most important Brazilian researchers who, due to the leadership they perform in the advance of scientific and technological activities of the country, can be considered the most legitimate representatives of the national scientific community. 

Jonathan Grudin 

Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. For contributions to human computer interaction with an emphasis on computer supported cooperative work. 
Vipul Goyal  Named to Forbes magazine’s 30 Under 30 list, under the Science and Healthcare category. The list celebrates exceptional young people who are reinventing the world. 
Jennifer Chayes  Inaugural Fellow of the American Mathematical Society. 

Michael Freedman 

Inaugural Fellow of the American Mathematical Society. 
Yuval Peres  Inaugural Fellow of the American Mathematical Society. 
Madhu Sudan  Inaugural Fellow of the American Mathematical Society. 
Peter Key  

Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. For contributions to optimal control of trunk reservations and distributed admission control in communication systems.

Yi Ma  

Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. For contributions to computer vision and pattern recognition.

Feng Wu  

Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. For contributions to visual data compression and communication.

Geoffrey Zweig  

Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. For contributions to advanced speech recognition.

Sudipta Sengupta   Distinguished member, Association for Computing Machinery. For singular impacts on the dynamic computing field.  
Yong Rui   Fellow, International Association of Pattern Recognition. For contributions to visual pattern analysis, recognition, and retrieval.  
Yong Rui   Fellow, SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics. For achievements in image processing, analysis, and understanding.  
Thomas Moscibroda  

Swiss NCCR MICS Research on Communications Award, presented by the Swiss National Science Federation’s National Center of Competence in Research for contributions to the area of Mobile Communications & Information Systems (MICS) during the last 10 years.

Rustan Leino  

Most Influential PLDI Paper Award 2012, along with Cormac Flanagan, Mark Lillibridge, Greg Nelson, James B. Saxe, and Raymie Stata. For Extended Static Checking for Java, chosen as the most influential paper presented during the Programming Language Design and Implementation conference in 2002. 

Moshe Tennenholtz   Economic Theory Fellow, by the Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory. For scientific excellence, originality, and leadership; high ethical standards; and scholarly and creative achievement.  
Neeraj Kayal  Indian National Science Academy Medal for Young Scientists. Presented to young scientists of extraordinary promise and creativity who have made notable research contributions in science and technology. 
Andrew Blake  Member, U.K. Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. For academic and business skills that can help scientific communities address major challenges facing the United Kingdom. 
Kevin Schofield Lifetime Service Award, from the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computer Human Interaction (SIGCHI), for extended services to the SIGCHI community at large over a number of years. 
Victor Bahl  Distinguished Alumni Award, University of Massachusetts Amherst. For distinguished achievement in the public, business, or professional realms. 
Sing Bing Kang  Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. For contributions to image-based modeling and rendering. 
Jin Li  Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. For contributions to multimedia delivery, compression, and storage for real-time communication. 
Venkat Padmanabhan  Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. For contributions to networked and mobile computing systems. 
Jamie Shotton  Microsoft Technical Achievement Award, presented to the Kinect Skeletal Tracking Team, which also included Momin Al-Ghosien, Matt Bronder, Robert Craig, Mark Finocchio, Alex Kipman, Samuel Mann, Parham Mohadjer, and Craig Peeper. For an outstanding and innovative technical achievement that has profoundly transformed the world of software and addressed some of the most urgent technological challenges facing the world today. 
Henrique Malvar  Member, National Academy of Engineering. For contributions to multiresolution signal processing and multimedia signal compression and standards. 
Neil Dalchau  Tansley Medal, presented by the scientific journal New Phytologist. For outstanding contributions made by scientists early in his or her independent career. 

Moshe Tennenholtz

Autonomous Agents Research Award, from the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Artificial Intelligence. For substantial and sustained contributions to the foundations of multi-agent systems. 

2011

Surajit Chaudhuri 

Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on Management of Data Edgar F. Codd Innovations Award. For his seminal contributions to research that led to practical tools for automated physical database design. 
Aleksander Madry   Honorable Mention, 2011 Doctoral Dissertation Awards from the Association for Computing Machinery. For his dissertation From Graphs to Matrices, and Back: New Techniques for Graph Algorithms, nominated by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 
David Steurer   Honorable Mention, 2011 Doctoral Dissertation Awards from the Association for Computing Machinery. For his dissertation On the Complexity of Unique Games and Graph Expansion, nominated by Princeton University. 
Lintao Zhang,
Conor Madigan,
Matthew Moskewicz,
and Sharad Malik 
Ten Year Retrospective Most Influential Paper Award, from the International Conference on Computer-Aided Design. For the 2001 paper Efficient Conflict Driven Learning in Boolean Satisfiability Solver
Tony Hoare  Distinguished Achievement Award, from the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Programming Languages. For seminal engineering and scientific contributions to programming languages. 
Martín Abadi  Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science. For distinguished contributions to computer security, verification of computer systems, and object-oriented programming languages. 
Tom Ball  Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. For contributions to software analysis and defect detection. 
Baining Guo  Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. For contributions to computer graphics. 
David Heckerman  Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. For contributions to reasoning and decision-making under uncertainty. 
Hugues Hoppe  Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. For contributions to computer graphics. 
Peter Key  Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. For contributions to network control and routing. 
Dahlia Malkhi  Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. For contributions to fault-tolerant distributed computing. 
Jie Liu  Distinguished Member, Association for Computing Machinery. For significant advances in computing technology that have dramatically influenced progress in science, engineering, business, and many other areas of human endeavor. 
Ben Zorn  Distinguished Member, Association for Computing Machinery. For significant advances in computing technology that have dramatically influenced progress in science, engineering, business, and many other areas of human endeavor. 
Miguel Castro  Mark Weiser Award, from the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Operating Systems. For an individual who has demonstrated creativity and innovation in operating-systems research. 
Victor Bahl
and Ming Zhang 
Open Internet App Award, from the FCC Open Internet Challenge, along with Z. Morley Mao, Feng Qian, Cheng Chen, Junxiang Huang, Yutong Pei, Zhiyun Qian, Birjodh Tiwanta, Zhaoguang Wang, and Qiang Xu of the University of Michigan. For MobiPerf: Mobile Network Measurement System, an app that furthers the understanding of Internet connectivity and network science.
Victor Bahl
and Ming Zhang  
People’s Choice App Award, from the FCC Open Internet Challenge, along with Z. Morley Mao, Feng Qian, Cheng Chen, Junxiang Huang, Yutong Pei, Zhiyun Qian, Birjodh Tiwanta, Zhaoguang Wang, and Qiang Xu of the University of Michigan. For MobiPerf: Mobile Network Measurement System, an app that furthers the understanding of Internet connectivity and network science. 
Georges Gonthier  EADS Foundation Grand Prize in Computer Science, presented by France’s Académie des sciences. For a scientist in a French laboratory who has made exceptional contributions to the vitality and influence of computer-science research while building outstanding cooperation with industry. 
Ken Hinckley,
Jeff Pierce,
Mike Sinclair,
and Eric Horvitz 
Lasting Impact Award, presented during the 24th Association for Computing Machinery Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST). For the authors whose paper appeared in the UIST conference 10 years ago and has been the most influential since then. The award is for the UIST 2000 paper Sensing Techniques for Mobile Interaction
Susan Dumais  Member, National Academy of Engineering. For innovation and leadership in organizing, accessing, and interacting with information. 
Andrew Goldberg  Farkas Prize, from the INFORMS Optimization Society. For his outstanding contributions to the field of optimization. 
Phil Bernstein  10-Year Award, along with Jayant Madhavan and Erhard Rahm, presented during the 37th International Conference on Very Large Data Bases (VLDB). For the authors whose paper appeared in the VLDB conference 10 years ago and has had the most impact on database research. The award is for the 2001 VLDB paper Generic Schema Matching with Cupid.  
Andrew Phillips  Recipient, TR35 2011. For young innovators whose inventions and research are deemed most exciting by the editors of Technology Review.
Jim Kajiya  Steven Anson Coons Award, from the Association for Computing Machinery's Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques. For career contribution to computer graphics and interactive techniques. 
Richard Szeliski  Computer Graphics Achievement Award, from the Association for Computing Machinery's Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques. For outstanding achievement in computer graphics and interactive techniques. 
Ming Zhang  Co-winner, Federal Communications Commission Open Internet App Award, along with University of Michigan colleagues Zhaoguang Wang, Zhiyun Qian, Qiang Xu, and Z. Morley Mao, for MobiPerf, a lightweight, accurate mobile-network measurement tool. 
Abigail Sellen  Fellow, Royal Academy of Engineering. For being internationally recognized as a leading expert in the field of human-computer interaction.
Karin Strauss  Participant, 2011 U.S. Frontiers of Engineering Symposium, sponsored by the National Academy of Engineering. For engineers aged 30-45 who are performing exceptional engineering research and technical work in industry, academia, and government.  
Jennifer Chayes  Leadership Award, from Women Entrepreneurs in Science & Technology. For demonstrating extraordinary leadership in science and technology. 
Andrew Blake, Andrew Fitzgibbon, Jamie Shotton, Mat Cook, and Toby Sharp MacRobert Award, from The Royal Academy of Engineering. For machine-learning work on the human-motion capture in Kinect for Xbox 360, enabling controller-free gaming and opening up a whole new future for human interaction with computers. 
Bryan Parno  2010 Doctoral Dissertation Award, from the Association for Computing Machinery. For resolving the tension between adequate security protections and the features and performance that users expect in a digitized world. 
Christopher M. Bishop Rooke Medal, by the Royal Academy of Engineering. For contributions to the academy’s aims and work through initiative in promoting engineering to the public. 
Leslie Lamport  Member, U.S. National Academy of Sciences. For distinguished and continuing achievements in original research. 
Ravi Kannan  Knuth Prize, from the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Algorithms and Computation Theory. For developing influential algorithmic techniques aimed at solving longstanding computational problems. 
Eric Horvitz  Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences. For contributions to academy studies of science and technology policy, global security, social policy and American institutions, the humanities, and education. 
danah boyd  Named one of 2011’s Young Global Leaders by the World Research Forum. For outstanding leadership, professional accomplishments, commitment to society, and potential to contribute to shaping the world’s future.  
Aishwarya Lakshmi Ratan  Recipient, India TR35. Presented by the editors of Technology Review India for creating a hybrid paper, pen, and digital-slate solution for a low-cost digital record-management system. 
Akash Lal  Recipient, India TR35. Presented by the editors of Technology Review India, for improving software quality using automated verification. 
Shipeng Li  Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. For contributions to the advancement of image and video coding. 
Wei-Ying Ma  Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. For contributions to multimedia information retrieval. 
Abigail Sellen  Member, CHI Academy. Elected by the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computer Human Interaction as an individual who has made extensive contributions to the study of human-computer interaction and has led the shaping of the field. 

Yuval Peres

David P. Robbins Prize—along with Mike Paterson, Mikkel Thorup, Peter Winkler, and Uri Zwick—from the Mathematical Association of America. For their innovative work reported in two papers appearing in American Mathematical Monthly: Overhang (January 2009) and Maximum Overhang (December 2009).
Victor Bahl Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science. For distinguished contributions to the field of mobile and wireless systems and services and for passionate visionary leadership of the mobile computing community.
Tony Hoare  John von Neumann Medal, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. For seminal contributions to the scientific foundation of software design.  
Sudipta Sengupta  

William R. Bennett Prize, from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. For the paper Oblivious Routing of Highly Variable Traffic in Service Overlays and IP Backbones, written along with Murali Kodialam, T. V. Lakshman, and James B. Orlin.


2010

David Lomet  Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on Management of Data Contributions Award. For outstanding leadership as editor-in chief of the IEEE Data Engineering Bulletin, a key forum for dissemination of emerging ideas in academia and industry. 
Mary Czerwinski  Member, CHI Academy. Elected by the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computer Human Interaction, for outstanding contributions to the practice and understanding of human-computer interaction. 
Andrew Blake  Elected to the Council of the Royal Society, the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence, by the Society fellows, leading scientists from the United Kingdom and Commonwealth countries. 
Mary Czerwinski  Lifetime Service Award, from the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computer Human Interaction (SIGCHI), for extended services to the SIGCHI community at large over a number of years. 
Doug Burger  Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. For contributions to distributed microprocessor architectures and memory systems. 
Jennifer Chayes  Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. For contributions to the foundations of dynamic random networks in theoretical computer science. 
danah boyd  Communication and Information Technologies Section of the American Sociological Association Award for Public Sociology 2010. For specific achievement in teaching, the development or use of a communication or information technology, or the dissemination of knowledge that advances public understanding or engagement with the sociology of communications or the sociology of information technology. 
Wei-Ying Ma  Distinguished member, Association for Computing Machinery. For members with at least 15 years of professional experience who have achieved significant accomplishments or made a significant impact on the computing field. 
Ramachandran Ramjee  Distinguished member, Association for Computing Machinery. For members with at least 15 years of professional experience who have achieved significant accomplishments or made a significant impact on the computing field. 
Alec Wolman  Distinguished member, Association for Computing Machinery. For members with at least 15 years of professional experience who have achieved significant accomplishments or made a significant impact on the computing field. 
Victor Bahl  Outstanding Engineer Award, Region 6 Northwest Area of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Presented for the development of functionally novel, energy-efficient, high-capacity wireless systems for ubiquitous access and services, and for passionate visionary leadership in the mobile computing and communications community. 

Milan Vojnovic 

The Association for Computing Machinery’s SIGMETRICS Rising Star Researcher Award. Presented for outstanding contributions to the analysis and performance-oriented design of computer systems and services. 
Butler W. Lampson  Recipient, SIGOPS Hall of Fame Award, recognizing the most influential operating-systems papers that have appeared at least 10 years previously. Recognized for co-writing “Crash Recovery in a Distributed Data Storage System.” 

Roger M. Needham and

Michael D. Schroeder 

Recipients, SIGOPS Hall of Fame Award, recognizing the most influential operating-systems papers that have appeared at least 10 years previously. Recognized for co-writing “Using Encryption for Authentication in Large Networks of Computers.” 
Jim Gray  Recipient, SIGOPS Hall of Fame Award, recognizing the most influential operating-systems papers that have appeared at least 10 years previously. Recognized for co-writing “The Recovery Manager of the System R Database Manager.” 
A.J. Bernheim Brush  Recipient, 2010 Borg Early Career Award. Presented annually by the Committee on the Status of Women in Computing Research to a woman in computer science and/or engineering who has made significant research contributions and who has contributed to her profession, especially in the outreach to women. 
danah boyd  Recipient, TR35 2010. For young innovators whose inventions and research are deemed most exciting by the editors of Technology Review.
Ranveer Chandra  Recipient, TR35 2010. For young innovators whose inventions and research are deemed most exciting by the editors of Technology Review.
Indrani Medhi  Recipient, TR35 2010. For young innovators whose inventions and research are deemed most exciting by the editors of Technology Review.
Scott Saponas Recipient, TR35 2010. For young innovators whose inventions and research are deemed most exciting by the editors of Technology Review.
Jian Sun  Recipient, TR35 2010. For young innovators whose inventions and research are deemed most exciting by the editors of Technology Review.
P. Anandan  Inductee, Nebraska Hall of Computing. For individuals with ties to Nebraska who have made significant contributions to one of more of the fields of computer and information science and engineering, the development and utilization of computing technology, and computing education. 
Burton Smith Fellow, American Academy of Arts & Sciences. Elected to join one of the United States’ oldest and most prestigious honorary societies, which includes scholars and practitioners from many disciplines and professions that conducts interdisciplinary, long-term policy research on complex and emerging problems.
Madhu Sudan  Fellow, American Academy of Arts & Sciences. Elected to join one of the United States’ oldest and most prestigious honorary societies, which includes scholars and practitioners from many disciplines and professions that conducts interdisciplinary, long-term policy research on complex and emerging problems.
Hong-Jiang Zhang  Recipient of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ Computer Society Technical Achievement Awards for 2010. For pioneering contributions to multimedia content-analysis systems. 
Indrani Medhi India TR35, for outstanding innovators under the age of 35 from India, as chosen by the Technology Review’s India Edition. For her work in designing text-free user interfaces for illiterate and semi-literate users. 
Chuck Thacker A.M. Turing Award, Association for Computing Machinery. For the pioneering design and realization of the first modern personal computer—the Alto at Xerox PARC—and seminal inventions and contributions to local area networks (including the Ethernet), multiprocessor workstations, snooping cache coherence protocols, and tablet personal computers. 
P. Anandan Distinguished Alumnus Award, Indian Institute of Technology Madras. For Technology Innovation Excellence. 
Doug Burger Edith and Peter O’Donnell Award, from the Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas. For Texas-based researchers whose work meets the highest standards of exemplary professional performance, creativity, and resourcefulness. 
Andrew Herbert Appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire. For services to computer science. 

2009

Alexandre Proutiere  The Association for Computing Machinery’s SIGMETRICS Rising Star Researcher Award. Presented for significant contributions to the analysis and design of distributed control mechanisms in wired and wireless data networks. 

Tony Hey

Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science. For meritorious efforts to advance science or its applications.
Eric Horvitz Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science. For distinguished contributions to artificial intelligence, especially advances in methods that enable computing systems to learn, reason, and make decisions under uncertainty and bounded resources.
David Lomet Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science. For meritorious efforts to advance science or its applications.

Doug Burger

Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, class of 2010. For contributions to memory systems.
Baining Guo Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, class of 2010. For contributions to surface modeling and rendering in computer graphics.
Yong Rui Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, class of 2010. For contributions to image and video analysis, indexing, and retrieval.
Frank Soong Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, class of 2010. For contributions to speech processing.
Madhu Sudan Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, class of 2010. For development of list-decoding algorithms for error-correcting codes and probabilistically checkable proofs.
Yi-Min Wang Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, class of 2010. For contributions to dependable computing and Web security.
Feng Zhao Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, class of 2010. For contributions to networked embedded computing and sensor networks.
Wenwu Zhu Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, class of 2010. For contributions to video communication over the Internet and wireless.
Ratul Mahajan Rising Star Award 2009, Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Data Communications. For a researcher no older than 35 who has made outstanding research contributions to the field of communication networks during this early part of his or her career.
Andrew V. Goldberg Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery, for contributions to fundamental theoretical and practical problems in the design and analysis of algorithms.
Chandramohan A. Thekkath Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery, for contributions to operating systems, distributed systems, and scalable storage.
Mary Czerwinski Distinguished Scientist, Association for Computing Machinery. For significant accomplishments in the computing field.
Venkat Padmanabhan Distinguished Scientist, Association for Computing Machinery. For significant accomplishments in the computing field.
Rich Draves Distinguished Scientist, Association for Computing Machinery. For significant accomplishments in the computing field.
Ganesan Ramalingam Distinguished Scientist, Association for Computing Machinery. For significant accomplishments in the computing field.
Yong Rui Distinguished Scientist, Association for Computing Machinery. For significant accomplishments in the computing field.
Ted Wobber Distinguished Scientist, Association for Computing Machinery. For significant accomplishments in the computing field.
Lintao Zhang 2009 CAV Award, 21st International Conference on Computer Aided Verification. Presented for his contributions to creating high-performance Boolean satisfiability solvers.
Judith Bishop Outstanding Service Award, International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP). Given for services rendered to IFIP on recommendation of technical-committee chairs and approval by the organization’s Internal Awards Committee.
Andrew Blake Computer Vision Significant Researcher Award, recognizing individual researchers whose work has had a significant impact and following in Computer Vision and related fields.
Susan Dumais

Gerard Salton Award, presented every three years by the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Information Retrieval to an individual who has made significant, sustained, and continuing contributions to research in information retrieval.

Rick Rashid

Career Achievement, 2009 Microsoft Technical Recognition Award. Given to an individual for exceptional contributions to the technology industry across the span of a career, for contributions that are of lasting and major importance to the industry. Microsoft career-related achievement is a significant component of this award.

Simon Peyton-Jones

Fellow, British Computer Society. For those who hold a senior IT position or have an established reputation of eminence or authority in the field of IT and who have a minimum of five years’ IT practitioner experience.
Christopher M. Bishop Corresponding Academician, Real Academia de Ingeniería (Spanish academy of engineering), for outstanding contributions to education in, research on, and applications of learning machines.
Byron Cook

Roger Needham Award, sponsored by Microsoft Research and established in memory of the late Roger Needham, founder of Microsoft Research Cambridge. Presented by the British Computer Society for a distinguished research contribution in computer science by a researcher based in the United Kingdom who has received a Ph.D. within the last 10 years.

Doug Burger

Distinguished Scientist, Association for Computing Machinery. Designates ACM members with at least 15 years of professional experience who have had significant accomplishments or impact in the computing field.

Marc Najork

Distinguished Scientist, Association for Computing Machinery. Designates ACM members with at least 15 years of professional experience who have had significant accomplishments or impact in the computing field.

Martin Abadi

Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. Cited for contributions to computer security and verification of computer systems.

Bill Buxton

Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. Cited for contributions to the field of human-computer interaction.

Roy Levin

Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. Cited for contributions to software and systems.

Rick Szeliski

Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. Cited for contributions to computational photography.

Doug Terry

Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. Cited for contributions to distributed computing.


2008

Rick Rashid

Recipient, SIGOPS Hall of Fame Award, recognizing the most influential operating-systems papers that have appeared in the peer-reviewed literature at least 10 years previously. Recognized for co-writing “Machine-Independent Virtual Memory Management for Paged Uniprocessor and Multiprocessor Architectures.”

Rick Rashid

Recipient, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Emanuel R. Piore Award. For contributions to the design of modern operating systems, and for innovation and leadership in industrial research.

Yuri Gurevich

Member, Academia Europaea. Elected for lifetime achievement in computer science. Academia Europaea is a non-governmental association consisting of scientists and scholars who collectively aim to promote learning, education, and research. Members include leading experts in physical sciences and technology, biological sciences and medicine, mathematics, letters and humanities, social and cognitive sciences, economics, and the law.

Rick Rashid

Fellow, American Academy of Arts & Sciences. Elected, by a broad-based membership of scholars and practitioners, for pre-eminent contributions to the field of computer science and to society at large.

Sudipta Sengupta  Leonard G. Abraham Prize, from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. For the paper Preconfiguring IP over-Optical Networks to Handle Router Failures and Unpredictable Traffic, written along with Murali Kodialam, T. V. Lakshman, and James B. Orlin. 

Cynthia Dwork

Fellow, American Academy of Arts & Sciences. Elected, by a broad-based membership of scholars and practitioners, for pre-eminent contributions to the field of computer science and to society at large.

Michael Schroeder

National Information Systems Security Award, from the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the National Security Agency. Presented for scientific or technological breakthroughs, outstanding leadership, highly distinguished authorship, or significant long-term contributions in the computer security field.

Oded Schramm

Foreign Member, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. The Royal Academy announcement stated: “His most important work is probably the introduction and profound study of Stochastic Loewner Evolution, which in a totally new way connects probability theory and complex analysis. This work is one of the biggest advances in probability theory in many years.”

Leslie Lamport

John von Neumann Medal, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Presented for establishment of the foundations of distributed and concurrent computing.

Bill Buxton

CHI Lifetime Achievement Award, Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction. Presented for outstanding contributions to the study of human-computer interaction, recognizing the very best work in shaping the field and awarded for a lifetime of innovation and leadership.

Andrew Blake

Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Recognized for contributions to the foundations of segmentation and tracking, and innovation in vision applications.

Cynthia Dwork

Member, National Academy of Engineering. For fundamental contributions to distributed algorithms and the security of cryptosystems.

Jennifer Chayes

Fellow, Fields Institute, for outstanding contributions to the Fields Institute, its programs, and to the Canadian mathematical community.

2007

Desney Tan  Recipient, TR35 2007. Presented by MIT Technology Review to the world’s top 35 innovators under the age of 35, for his work on brain-computer interfaces. 

Victor Bahl

 

Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, class of 2008. Recognized for contributions to the design of wireless networks and systems, and leadership in mobile computing and communications. 

Martín Abadi

Recipient, SIGOPS Hall of Fame Award, recognizing the most influential operating-systems papers that have appeared in the peer-reviewed literature at least 10 years previously. Recognized for co-writing “A Logic of Authentication.”

Leslie Lamport

Recipient, SIGOPS Hall of Fame Award, recognizing the most influential operating-systems papers that have appeared in the peer-reviewed literature at least 10 years previously. Recognized for writing "Time, Clocks and the Ordering of Events in a Distributed System".

Andrew Birrell

Recipient, SIGOPS Hall of Fame Award, recognizing the most influential operating-systems papers that have appeared in the peer-reviewed literature at least 10 years previously. Recognized for co-writing "Implementing Remote Procedure Calls".

Andrew Blake

The Mountbatten Medal from the Institution of Engineering and Technology. For an outstanding individual contribution to the promotion of electronics or information technology and their application.

Christopher M. Bishop

Fellow, Royal Society of Edinburgh. Elected by standing fellows of a multidisciplinary membership encompassing excellence in the sciences, arts, humanities, professions, industry, and commerce.

Martín Abadi

SIGSAC Outstanding Innovation Award, the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Security, Audit and Control. Presented for outstanding and innovative technical contributions to the field of computer and communication security that have had lasting impact in furthering or understanding the theory and/or development of commercial systems.

Victor Bahl

Distinguished Lecturer, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Communications Society. To benefit existing members and chapters, in response to a request from at least one chapter chair.

Victor Bahl

Distinguished Speaker, Association for Computing Machinery. Invited to give presentations on various computing and information-technology topics to local communities of practitioners, researchers, and students.

Michael Cohen

Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. Cited for contributions to computer graphics and computer vision.

Oded Schramm

Ostrowski Prize. Presented for outstanding achievements in pure mathematics and the foundations of numerical mathematics.

John Douceur

Distinguished Engineer, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). Recognizes ACM members with at least 15 years of professional experience and five years of continuous professional membership who have achieved significant accomplishments or have made a significant impact on the computing field.

Chuck Thacker

Fellow, Computer History Museum. Presented for leading development of the Xerox PARC Alto and for innovations in networked personal-computer systems and laser-printing technologies.

Luca Cardelli

2007 Senior Dahl-Nygaard Prize. Presented annually to a senior researcher with outstanding career contributions.

Cynthia Dwork

Co-winner, 2007 Edsger W. Dijkstra Prize in Distributed Computing. Presented each year to an outstanding paper on the principles of distributed computing, the significance and impact of which on the theory and/or practice of distributed computing has been evident for at least a decade. Recognized for Consensus in the Presence of Partial Synchrony, which was written by Dwork, Nancy Lynch, and Larry Stockmeyer and which appeared in the Journal of the ACM in April 1988.

Andrew Herbert

Fellow, The Royal Academy of Engineering. Recognized for engineering leadership, as director of Microsoft Research Cambridge, and for important contributions to the development of Internet and wireless technology.

Hsiao-Wuen Hon

Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Recognized for contributions to speech-recognition research and product development.


2006

Albert Greenberg

Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. Recognized for contributions to computing and information technology that are having lasting effects on the lives of people throughout the world, in particular his contributions to Internet measurement and engineering.

Harry Shum

Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. Recognized for contributions to computing and information technology that are having lasting effects on the lives of people throughout the world, in particular his contributions to computer vision and computer graphics.

Susan Dumais

Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. Recognized for contributions to computing and information technology that are having lasting effects on the lives of people throughout the world, in particular her research contributions to information retrieval and human-computer interaction.

Tony Hoare

Fellow, Computer History Museum. Presented for his development of the Quicksort algorithm and for lifelong contributions to the theory of programming languages.

Butler Lampson

Fellow, Computer History Museum. Presented for his fundamental contributions to computer science, including networked personal workstations, operating systems, computer security, and document publishing.

Chuck Thacker

2007 John von Neumann Medal. Presented for outstanding achievements in computer-related science and technology.

Jim Larus

Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery. Recognized for contributions to computing and information technology that are having lasting effects on the lives of people throughout the world, in particular his contributions to programming languages, compilers, and computer architecture.

Mike Schroeder

Outstanding Innovation Award, Association for Computing Machinery's Special Interest Group for Security, Audit and Control, for outstanding and innovative technical contributions to the field of computer and communication security that have had lasting impact in furthering or understanding the theory and/or development of commercial systems.

Feng Zhao

Distinguished Engineer, Association for Computing Machinery

Andrew Blake

Silver Medal, Royal Academy of Engineering, for "outstanding contribution to British engineering and commercial development"

Oded Schramm

George Pólya Prize, from the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

Jim Kajiya

Utah Technology Council Hall of Fame inductee

George Robertson

CHI Academy inductee

John Platt

Technical Achievement Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

Surajit Chaudhuri

Fellow of the Association for Computer Machinery

Harry Shum

Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Tony Hoare

Foreign Associate, National Academy of Engineering

Jennifer Chayes

Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, for meritorious efforts to advance science or its application.


2005

Sumit Gulwani   Outstanding Dissertation Award, Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on Programming Languages. Presented annually to the author of the outstanding doctoral dissertation in the area of programming languages.  

Butler W. Lampson

Member of National Academy of Sciences

Andrew Blake

Fellow, Royal Society

Luca Cardelli

Fellow, Royal Society

Susan Dumais

CHI Academy inductee

Trishul Chilimbi

Participant, 2005 U.S. Frontiers of Engineering program, National Academy of Engineering

Jie Liu

Participant, 2005 U.S. Frontiers of Engineering program, National Academy of Engineering

Eric Horvitz

President-Elect, American Association for Artificial Intelligence

Manuel Costa

ComputerWorld Horizon Award

Milan Vojnovic

ERCIM Cor Baayen Award (best young European computer-science researcher)

Shuvendu Lahiri

ACM Outstanding Ph.D. Dissertation Award in Electronic Design Automation


2004

Surajit Chaudhuri 

Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on Management of Data Contributions Award. For creating and maintaining the conference management tool. 

Henrique Malvar

 
Wavelet Pioneer Award, from the Society of Photographic Instrumentation Engineers. For development of lapped transforms and contributions to multiresolution signal processing.

Leslie Lamport

Recipient, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Emanuel R. Piore Award. For seminal contributions to the theory and practice of concurrent programming and fault-tolerant computing

Li Deng

Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Rick Szeliski

Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Zhengyou Zhang

Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Luca Cardelli

Fellow of the Association of Computing Machinery

Paul Larson

Fellow of the Association of Computing Machinery

Simon Peyton-Jones

Fellow of the Association of Computing Machinery

Mike Schroeder

Fellow of the Association of Computing Machinery

Lyndsay Williams

Runner-up prize in Wall Street Journal Innovation Award for SenseCam Project

Ken Wood

Runner-up prize in Wall Street Journal Innovation Award for SenseCam Project

Christopher M. Bishop

Fellow of The Royal Academy of Engineering

Xuedong Huang

Top 10 Leader in the Speech Industry

Li Deng

Fellow of the Acoustical Society of America

Jonathan Grudin

CHI Academy (CHI Fellow)

Hugues Hoppe

Computer Graphics Achievement Award from ACM SIGGRAPH

Butler Lampson

Draper Prize

Gary Starkweather

National Academy of Engineering

Chuck Thacker

Draper Prize


2003

Alex Acero Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers 

Victor Bahl

ACM Fellow

Phil Bernstein

Elected to the National Academy of Engineering

Philip Chou

Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Laci Lovasz

John von Neumann Medal

David Lomet

Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Rick Rashid

Elected to the National Academy of Engineering

Oded Schramm

Loeve Prize

Oded Schramm

Henri Poincare Prize

Gary Starkweather

Fellow, Society for Information Display

Paul Viola

Marr Prize

Turner Whitted

Elected to the National Academy of Engineering

Jennifer Chayes

National Associate, National Research Council of the National Academies, for extraordinary contributions through pro bono service.

Xuedong Huang

Top 10 Leader in the Speech Industry


2002

Ciprian Chelba

Computer, Speech and Language Paper Award

Richard Draves

Participant in the Defense Science Study Group

Eric Horvitz

Fellow, Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence. For significant contributions to principles and applications of probability and utility in computation, including reasoning and decision making under limited resources, human-computer interaction, and machine learning.

Jim Kajiya

National Academy of Engineering Member

David Lomet

ACM Fellow

Henrique Malvar

Technical Achievement Award, Signal Processing Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Presented to a person who, over a period of years, has made outstanding technical contributions to theory and/or practice in technical areas, as demonstrated by publications, patents, or recognized impact on the field.  

Roger Needham

Clifford Paterson Lecture at the Royal Society

George Robertson

Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery

David Salesin

ACM Fellow

Oded Schramm

Clay Research Award

Gary Starkweather

Inducted into the Industry Hall of Fame

Curtis Wong

NextMedia’s work won an academy award from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts in the Online Learning category

Ya-Qin Zhang

Distinguished Alumni Award, George Washington University


2001

Darko Kirovski

ACM Outstanding PACM Outstanding Ph.D. Dissertation Award in Electronic Design Automation

Victor Bahl

ACM SIGMOBILE Distinguished Service Award

Tom Barclay

USGS John Wesley Powell Award

Gordon Bell

Eta Kappa Nu Eminent Members Award

Phil Bernstein

Computing Research Association Member, Board of Directors

Phil Bernstein

Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery

Andrew Blake

Marr Prize, International Conference on Computer Vision

Jim Gray

American Academy of Arts and Sciences Fellow

Jim Gray

USGS John Wesley Powell Award

David Heckerman

AAAI Fellow

Tony Hoare

Honorary Doctorate of Oxford Brookes University

Kamal Jain

Optimization Award of INFORMS (Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences) for his paper “A Factor 2 Approximation Algorithm for the Generalized Steiner Network Problem”

David Lomet

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Meritorious Service Award, for innovative service as Editor of the IEEE Data Engineering Bulletin, including performing its transformation to highly usable electronic form

Laci Lovasz

Gödel Prize for paper “Interactive Proofs and the Hardness of Approximating Cliques”

Laci Lovasz

Corvin Chain Award

Roger Needham

Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

Oded Schramm

Salem Prize in Mathematics

Kentaro Toyama

Marr Prize, International Conference on Computer Vision

Ya-Qin Zhang

Best Paper Award in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology

Wenwu Zhu

Best Paper Award in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology


2000

Xuedong Huang

Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Jim Blinn

National Academy of Engineering Member

Geoff Davis

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Leon K. Kirchmayer Prize Paper Award

Yuri Gurevich

Gurevich Symposium (a part of CSL 2000)

Tony Hoare

Kyoto Prize

Tony Hoare

Knight Bachelor

Stephen Robertson

ACM SIGIR Gerard Salton Award

David Wilson

Rollo Davidson Prize, awarded each year to young probabilists by the Rollo Davidson Trust. For work on the dynamics of the Ising model and for proof of the cut-off phenomenon..

David Wilson

2000 INFORMS Award for an Outstanding Publication in the Field of Simulation

Ya-Qin Zhang

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Jubilee Golden Medal Award

Hongjiang Zhang

ACM Service Award


1999

Jim Blinn

Coons Award — Lifetime Achievement Award for Computer Graphics

Laci Lovasz

Wolf Prize

Laci Lovasz

Knuth Prize


1998

Jennifer Chayes

American Mathematical Society Vice President

Michael Cohen

SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics Achievement Award

Jim Gray

Charles Babbage Award, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Society

Jim Gray

Presidential Advisory Committee on High Performance Next Generation Internet and Info

Jim Gray

 

ACM A.M. Turing Award

Yuri Gurevich

Dr Honoris Causa, University of Limburg, Belgium

David Lomet

ACM SIGMOD Conference Best Paper Award

Roger Needham

Faraday Medal Institution of Electrical Engineers

Roger Needham

U.K. Defense Scientific Advisory Council Register of Independent Members

Stephen Robertson

The Tony Kent Strix Award

Ya-Qin Zhang

Outstanding Young Electrical Engineer of the Year, U.S.


1997

Henrique Malvar

 

Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. For extraordinary accomplishments deemed fitting of this prestigious grade elevation.


1994

Phil Bernstein 

Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on Management of Data Edgar F. Codd Innovations Award. For innovative and highly significant contributions of enduring value to the development, understanding, or use of database systems and databases.


Multiyear Awards

Yuri Gurevich

1962 and 1966

Young Mathematician Award of the Ural Math Society (USSR)

Michael H. Freedman

1980-1983

Alfred P. Sloan Fellow

Michael H. Freedman

1984-1989

MacArthur Foundation Fellow

Richard Draves

1989-1992

Fannie and John Hertz Foundation Fellow

Yuri Gurevich

1990-1991

Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award, University of Michigan

Jim Blinn

1991-1996

MacArthur Fellow

Yuri Gurevich

1993-1994

Teaching Excellence Award, University of Michigan EECS Department

Christian Borgs

1993-1995

Heisenberg Fellowship

Victor Bahl

1994-1996

Digital Equipment Corp. Doctoral Engineering Fellowship Award

Yuri Gurevich

1995-1996

Faculty Recognition Award, University of Michigan

Yuri Gurevich

1997-1998

Research Excellence Award, University of Michigan College of Engineering

Darko Kirovski

2000-2001

ACM Oustanding PACM Outstanding Ph.D. Dissertation Award in Electronic Design Automation

Richard Draves

2002-2003

Participant in the Defense Science Study Group

 
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