This post was originally published by Maddy Hunter in the CCC Blog.
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) recently announced their 2022 Fellows. The ACM Fellows award recognizes individuals for their important work and contributions to the computing field. The 2022 ACM Fellows are made up of 57 individuals from many different areas of expertise and countries. ACM states the following about the award:
“ACM’s most prestigious member grade recognizes the top 1% of ACM members for their outstanding accomplishments in computing and information technology and/or outstanding service to ACM and the larger computing community. Candidates for Fellow must have at least 5 years of Professional Membership within the last 10 years.”
Among the 2022 ACM Fellows are members of the community that have contributed to past Computing Community Consortium (CCC) and Computing Research Association (CRA) initiatives.
- Luis Ceze (Co-author of CCC whitepapers “Democratizing Design for Future Computing Platforms” and “Arch2030: A Vision of Computer Architecture Research Over the Next 15 Years”)
- Corinna Cortes (CRA Board Member)
- Kevin Fu (Former CCC Council Member, leader of several activities)
- Samir Khuller CRA-E Undergraduate Research Faculty Mentoring Award in 2020
- Farinaz Koushanfar (Organizer for CCC Workshop Leadership in Embedded Security)
- Moinuddin Qureshi (Participant in CCC workshops on “Next Steps in Quantum Computing: ComputerScience’s Role” and “Robotic Materials” and Mentor for 2020 CIFellow)
- Timothy Sherwood (Co-organizer for CCC workshop on Mechanism Design for Improving Hardware Security)
- Jaime Teevan (CRA Board Member)
- Kentaro Toyama (Co-organizer for CCC workshop “Global Development Workshop” and CCC-sponsored AAAS panel in 2016 “The Confluence of Computing and Society: Emerging Themes in Socio-Technical Systems”)
You can see the full list of Fellows here. Please join us in congratulating the new class of 2022 ACM Fellows!