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Prof. Barbara Liskov wins the 2004 IEEE John von Neumann Medal

On Thursday December 18th CSAIL and EECS faculty gathered to congratulate Prof. Barbara Liskov on winning the 2004 IEEE John von Neumann Medal. Pictured are CSAIL Lab co-director Prof. Victor Zue, EECS Associate Dept. Head Prof. Barbara Liskov, and CSAIL director Prof. Rodney Brooks. The IEEE John von Neumann Medal was established by the Board of Directors in 1990 and may be presented annually 'for outstanding achievements in computer-related science and technology.' The achievements may be theoretical, technological, or entrepreneurial, and need not have been made immediately prior to the date of the award.

A Fond Farewell to Agnes Chow

Many members of the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory gathered on December 7th, 2004 to say goodbye to Assistant Director Agnes Chow and wish well at her new position as Administrative Officer for the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT.

Dertouzos Lecturer Series: Professor Jon Kleinberg

Abstract: The working metaphor for the Web in its early days was that of a `universal encyclopedia,' a repository containing vast amounts of human knowledge. More recently, our view has shifted to incorporate more dynamic forms of information and a more explicit `time axis' -- the Web as a current-awareness medium, supporting on-line news, chat, discussion, commentary, and emerging media such as weblogs. Many factors have contributed to this evolution of Web information; a crucial one is the way in which technological and social networks have become intertwined, enabling new topics, ideas, and behaviors to cascade along an underlying social network of interaction that parallels the hyperlinks of the Web itself.

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Prof. Barbara Liskov wins the 2004 IEEE John von Neumann Medal

On Thursday December 18th CSAIL and EECS faculty gathered to congratulate Prof. Barbara Liskov on winning the 2004 IEEE John von Neumann Medal. Pictured are CSAIL Lab co-director Prof. Victor Zue, EECS Associate Dept. Head Prof. Barbara Liskov, and CSAIL director Prof. Rodney Brooks. The IEEE John von Neumann Medal was established by the Board of Directors in 1990 and may be presented annually 'for outstanding achievements in computer-related science and technology.' The achievements may be theoretical, technological, or entrepreneurial, and need not have been made immediately prior to the date of the award.

A Fond Farewell to Agnes Chow

Many members of the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory gathered on December 7th, 2004 to say goodbye to Assistant Director Agnes Chow and wish well at her new position as Administrative Officer for the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT.

Dertouzos Lecturer Series: Professor Jon Kleinberg

Abstract: The working metaphor for the Web in its early days was that of a `universal encyclopedia,' a repository containing vast amounts of human knowledge. More recently, our view has shifted to incorporate more dynamic forms of information and a more explicit `time axis' -- the Web as a current-awareness medium, supporting on-line news, chat, discussion, commentary, and emerging media such as weblogs. Many factors have contributed to this evolution of Web information; a crucial one is the way in which technological and social networks have become intertwined, enabling new topics, ideas, and behaviors to cascade along an underlying social network of interaction that parallels the hyperlinks of the Web itself.

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