People of ACM - Bulletin Archive

"People of ACM" highlights the unique scientific accomplishments and compelling personal attributes of ACM members who are making a difference in advancing computing as a science and a profession. These bulletins feature ACM members whose personal and professional stories are a source of inspiration for the larger computing community.

 

2018

April

March

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People of ACM - Yong Rui

February

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People of ACM - Yvonne Rogers

January

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People of ACM - Erol Gelenbe
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People of ACM - Martin Wicke

2017

December

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People of ACM - Sharad Agarwal

November

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People of ACM - Maja Matarić
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People of ACM - Yuan Xie

October

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People of ACM - Chris Hankin
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People of ACM - Injong Rhee

September

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People of ACM - Bill Dally
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People of ACM - Mayank Goel

August

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People of ACM - Tova Milo

July

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May

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People of ACM - Joan Feigenbaum
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People of ACM - Abigail Sellen

January

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People of ACM - Brandon Lucia

2016

December

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People of ACM - Sandeep Shukla
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People of ACM - Manuela Veloso
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People of ACM - George Roussos

November

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People of ACM - Sam H. Noh

October

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People of ACM - Cynthia Liem
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People of ACM - P.R. Kumar

September

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People of ACM - Tei-Wei Kuo
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People of ACM - Richard Tapia

August

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People of ACM - Sheila Anand

June

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People of ACM - Paul Case

May

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People of ACM - David Basin
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People of ACM - Robin Murphy

January

2015

November

May

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People of ACM - Victor Bahl

January

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People of ACM - Mehran Sahami

2014

November

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People of ACM - David Blei

August

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May

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People of ACM - Hadi Partovi

January

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People of ACM - Eric Allman

2013

November

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People of ACM - Jack Dongarra
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People of ACM - Robert Kahn

October

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People of ACM - Kate Matsudaira

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Featured ACM Member

Bernhard Schölkopf is  Director of the Department of Empirical Inference at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems and Chief Machine Learning Scientist at Amazon Retail.  An ACM Fellow, he co-authored Elements of Causal Inference:  Foundations and Learning Algorithms with Jonas Peters and Dominik Janzing. He has been recognized for key contributions to theory and algorithms for kernel machines used to classify data and estimate relationships among variables, as well as causal inference.

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