The ACM Prize in Computing – formerly the ACM-Infosys Foundation Award in the Computing Sciences – is the “mid-career Turing Award.” It recognizes early to mid-career fundamental, innovative contributions in computing that, through their depth, impact and broad implications, exemplify the greatest achievements in the discipline. (Candidates are typically within 8-16 years of the terminal degree, with consideration made for interrupted or second careers.) The award carries a prize of $250,000 provided by Infosys Ltd. Recent recipients are David Silver (2019), Shwetak Patel (2018), Dina Katabi (2017), Alexei Efros (2016), and Stefan Savage (2015).
Please nominate an outstanding individual for the 2020 ACM Prize in Computing. The deadline is January 15.
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