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Faculty receives prestigious research award in computational social choice

Faculty receives prestigious research award in computational social choice

In recognition of her academic achievements, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation has offered Professor Edith Hemaspaandra a 3-month research award for a return visit to Germany, to continue her collaboration with specialist colleagues there. The award is a follow-up from her 2011–2012 sabbatical which was in part supported by a 45,000 euro Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel Research Award (an extremely prestigious award in recognition of career achievements in computational social choice), also sponsored by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. The 3-month follow-up research period begins tentatively in October 2018. Many congratulations Edith!