CHCI Member Ed Fox is Recognized as an ACM Fellow
ACM Recognizes 2017 Fellows for Making Transformative Contributions and Advancing Technology in the Digital Age Innovators Honored for Seminal Work in Areas Including Artificial Intelligence, Bioinformatics, Computer Graphics, Cloud Computing, and Software Engineering NEW YORK, NY, December 11, 2017—ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, has named 54 members ACM Fellows for major contributions in areas including database theory, design automation, information retrieval, multimedia computing and network security. The accomplishments of the 2017 ACM Fellows lead to transformations in science and society. Their achievements play a crucial role in the global economy, as well as how we live and work every day.
"To be selected as a Fellow is to join our most renowned member grade and an elite group that represents less than 1 percent of ACM’s overall membership,” explains ACM President Vicki L. Hanson. “The Fellows program allows us to shine a light on landmark contributions to computing, as well as the men and women whose hard work, dedication, and inspiration are responsible for groundbreaking work that improves our lives in so many ways."
Underscoring ACM’s global reach, the 2017 Fellows hail from universities, companies and research centers in Canada, China, Denmark, Germany, Hong Kong, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States.
The 2017 Fellows have been cited for numerous contributions in areas including artificial intelligence, big data, computer architecture, computer graphics, high performance computing, human-computer interaction, sensor networks, and wireless networking.
ACM will formally recognize its 2017 Fellows at the annual Awards Banquet, to be held in San Francisco on June 23, 2018. Additional information about the 2017 ACM Fellows, and the awards event, as well as previous ACM Fellows and award winners, is available on the ACM Awards site.