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Athena Vakali is Professor of the Informatics Department at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, where she leads the Data and Web Science Research Lab. Athena has served as Program Chair for the IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence since 2019. She is a founding member of the Greek ACM-W Chapter and a mentor of the AUTH ACM-W Student Chapter at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. For more information on Athena, please visit her DSP speaker information page and read her People of ACM interview.
The ACM Student Research Competition, sponsored by Microsoft, is an internationally recognized venue enabling undergraduate and graduate students to experience the research world, share research results and exchange ideas, rub shoulders with academic and industry luminaries, understand the practical applications of their research and gain recognition.
Manish Gupta is Director of Google Research India, and the Infosys Foundation Chair Professor at the International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore. At Google, Gupta leads a team that is working in areas including machine learning, natural language understanding, computer vision, and multi-agent systems. A member of the ACM India Council, he was named an ACM Fellow for contributions to high performance computing software and compiler optimizations, among other honors.
Rute C. Sofia is the Industrial IoT Head at fortiss, the research institute of the Free State of Bavaria for software intensive services and systems in Munich, Germany. She is also an Invited Associate Professor at Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias in Lisbon, Portugal, and an Associate Researcher at ISTAR, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa. Sofia is a Senior Member of ACM and IEEE, and an N2Women Awards Co-chair. She was recently elected a Councilor of the ACM Europe Council.
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In her blog post for Computer Weekly's WITsend blog, ACM President Vicki Hanson discusses ACM's all-female leadership team, how diversity is helping to redefine what a computing professional is, and how the digital world is expanding career opportunities for non-technical people. "While most will not become expert, basic skills will be required for them to be effective in their careers and to deal with the myriad of online offerings for communication, entertainment, retail, and government services," she says.
ACM congratulates Neil Croll, the Lead Enterprise Architect at ON Semiconductor, who won the 2020-2021 Ambassadors for ACM Grand Prize, a Google Pixel Slate. Winning the 2nd Grand Prize (Apple AirPods Pro) was Vagisha Jain, Executive Board Member, UPES ACM and ACM-W Student Chapters, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies.
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