CSAIL Researchers Honored for Contributions

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A trio of CSAIL PIs has been hailed for their work in each of their respective fields. Jonathan Kelner, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, received an NSF CAREER award in January. The award is a way of recognizing junior faculty likely to become leaders in the future.

Professor Tom Knight was recently nominated by the Institute of Engineering and Technology as one of their top 25 most influential figures in engineering and technology today.

Finally, Professor Emeritus Jack Dennis has just been made a member of the National Academy of Engineering, for contributions to sharing and protection in computer systems and parallel architectures.

For more information on the honors, please visit this synopsis of the CAREER award, the IET website and the NAE news page, respectively.