World's Largest Computer Society Honors 2022 Distinguished Members for Groundbreaking Achievements and Longtime Participation

World’s Largest Computer Society Honors 2022 Distinguished Members for Groundbreaking Achievements and Longtime Participation

Essential contributions to education, engineering and science recognized

NEW YORK, December 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, has named 67 distinguished members for their significant contributions. All of the 2022 inductees are longtime members of the ACM and have been selected by their peers for work that has spurred innovation, improved computer science education, and advanced the field.

Association for Computing Machinery (PRNewsfoto/Association for Computing Machinery, Inc.)

Association for Computing Machinery (PRNewsfoto/Association for Computing Machinery, Inc.)

ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, has named 67 distinguished members for their significant contributions.

“The ACM Distinguished Members program honors both achievement and commitment,” said the ACM President. Yannis Ioannidis. “Each of these 67 distinguished new members has been selected for specific and impactful work, as well as for their long-standing commitment to being part of our professional association. As ACM celebrates its 75e anniversary this year, it is particularly appropriate to reflect on how our members around the world have made our organization what it is today. Our Distinguished Members are leaders both within ACM and in the field of IT.”

ACM 2022 Distinguished Fellows Work at Leading Universities, Companies, and Research Institutes Australia, Canada, China, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, India, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwanthe UK, and the United States. ACM Distinguished Fellows are selected for their contributions in three distinct categories: education, engineering, and science. This year’s class of distinguished members have made progress in areas such as algorithms, computer science education, cybersecurity, data management, energy-efficient computer architecture, information retrieval, technologies healthcare information, knowledge graph and semantic analysis, mobile computing and software engineering, among others. .

The ACM Distinguished Member program recognizes up to 10% of ACM members worldwide based on their professional experience and significant achievements in the IT field. To be nominated, a candidate must have at least 15 years of professional experience in the IT field, five years of professional membership in the ACM within the last 10 years, and must have achieved a significant level of achievement or have had a significant impact in the field of computing. A distinguished member is expected to have served as a mentor and role model guiding technical career development and contributing to the field beyond the norm.


For his outstanding educational contributions to computer science:

tony clear
Auckland University of Technology

Quintin Cups
University of Glasgow

Diana Franklin
University of Chicago

Dragan Gasevic
Monash University

Margaret Joan Hamilton
RMIT University

Guido Rössling
Darmstadt University of Technology

For outstanding engineering contributions to computer science:

Michael Bendersky

Yu Deng
IBM Research

Kaoutar El Maghraoui
IBM Research

Haining Wang
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Joseph-William Yoder
The Refactory

For outstanding scientific contributions to computer science:

Vijayalakshmi Atluri
Rutgers University

Count Theodore Barr
University College of London

Matthew A. Bishop
University of California at Davis

Nirupama Bulusu
Portland State University

Barbara Carminati
University of Insubria

Enhong Chen
University of Science and Technology of China

Rada Chirkova
North Carolina State University

David J. Crandall
Indiana University

Khuzaïma Daudjee
University of Waterloo

Christopher D. Gill
University of Washington

Dimitris Gizopoulos
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Dan Hao
Peking University

Ehsan Hock
University of Rochester

Longbo Huang
Tsinghua University

Shadi Ibrahim

Salil Kanhere
University of New South Wales

Samee U. Khan
Mississippi State University

Milind Kulkarni
Purdue University

Matthew Bail
The University of Texas at Austin

Jing (Jane) Li
University of Pennsylvania

Shou De Lin

Zhiqiang Lin
Ohio State University

Silvia Margot Lindtner
University of Michigan

Shixia Liu
Tsinghua University

Xuanzhe Liu
Peking University

Siwei Lyu
University at Buffalo, State University of New York

Zhuoqing Morley Mao
University of Michigan

Athina Markopoulou
University of California, Irvine

Wim Martens
University of Bayreuth

Joanna McGrenere
University of British Columbia

Gerome Miklau
University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Tijana Milenkovic
Notre Dame University

Animesh Mukherjee
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

Kedar S. Namjoshi
Nokia Bell Labs

Thomas Ploetz
Georgia Institute of Technology

Michael Pradel
University of Stuttgart

Qinru Qiu
Syracuse University

pray again
University of Oregon

Martin Robillard
McGill university

Jennifer A.Rode
University College of London

Saket Saurabh
The Institute of Mathematical Sciences

Shirag Shah
University of Washington

Haiying Shen
University of Virginia

Li Shen
University of Pennsylvania

Georgios Smaragdakis
Delft University of Technology

Song Houbing Herbert
University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Yizhou Sun
University of California, Los Angeles

Nian Feng Tzeng
University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Kaisa Väänänen
University of Tampere

Xuanhui Wang

Harry Xu
University of California, Los Angeles

University of Essex

Koji Yatani
The University of Tokyo

Ayal Zaks

Zibin Zheng
Sun Yat-sen University

Jianying Zhou
Singapore University of Technology and Design

About ACM

ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, is the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society, bringing together educators, researchers, and computing professionals to inspire dialogue, share resources, and address challenges in the field. ACM strengthens the collective voice of the IT profession through strong leadership, promotion of the highest standards, and recognition of technical excellence. ACM supports the professional growth of its members by providing opportunities for lifelong learning, career development and professional networking.

About the ACM Recognition Program

The ACM Fellows program, launched in 1993, celebrates the outstanding contributions of leading members in the field of computing. To be selected as an ACM Fellow, an applicant’s accomplishments must place them in the top 1% of ACM members. These people have helped enlighten researchers, developers, practitioners and end users of information technology around the world. The ACM Distinguished Member program, launched in 2006, recognizes members with at least 15 years of professional experience who have made significant accomplishments or had a significant impact in the IT field. ACM Distinguished Membership recognizes up to 10% of ACM’s top members. The ACM Senior Member program, also launched in 2006, includes members with at least 10 years of professional experience who have demonstrated performance that sets them apart from their peers through technical leadership, technical contributions and professional contributions. ACM Senior Membership recognizes the top 25% of professional ACM members. New ACM Fellows, Distinguished Fellows, and Senior Fellows join a roster of distinguished colleagues from whom ACM and its members seek guidance and leadership in the field of computing and information technology.



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