January 8, 2014
ACM has recognized 47 of its members for their contributions to computing that are driving innovations across multiple domains and disciplines.
The 2014 ACM Fellows, who hail from some of the world’s leading universities, corporations, and research labs, have achieved advances in computing research and development that are driving innovation and sustaining economic development around the world.
Two faculty members from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Toronto were inducted as ACM Fellows:
Professor Allan Borodin
For contributions to theoretical computer science in complexity, on-line algorithms, resource tradeoffs, and models of algorithmic paradigms.
Professor Faith Ellen
For contributions to data structures, and the theory of distributed and parallel computing.
ACM will formally recognize the 2014 ACM Fellows at its annual Awards Banquet on June 20, 2015, in San Francisco.
ACM Press release (PDF)