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The Computing Analysis Affiliation (CRA), in session with the Nationwide Science Basis (NSF), has appointed seven new members to the Computing Group Consortium (CCC) Council:

Starting July 1, the brand new members will every serve three-year phrases. The CCC Council is comprised of 20 members who’ve experience in numerous areas of computing. They’re instrumental in main CCC’s visioning packages, which assist catalyze and allow concepts for future computing analysis. Members serve staggered three-year phrases that rotate each July.

The CCC and CRA thank these council members whose phrases finish on June 30 for his or her distinctive dedication and repair to the CCC and to the broader computing analysis group:

A particular thanks to longtime council member, previous chair, and previous vice chair Beth Mynatt from Georgia Tech who has been with the CCC since 2008.

The CCC encourages participation from all members of the computing analysis group in our numerous actions. Annually, the CCC points a name for proposals for visioning actions. Every spring, the CCC points a name for nominations for Council members efficient the next July. For extra info, please go to the CCC web site or contact Dr. Ann Schwartz Drobnis, CCC Director, at [email protected]

Full Bios of New CCC Council Members

Sujata Banerjee

Sujata Banerjee is a senior employees researcher with duty as a analysis director for VMware exterior analysis. Her experience is in subjects associated to software program outlined networking and community features virtualization, and she or he is broadly concerned with community automation and efficiency. Previous to becoming a member of VMware, she was a distinguished technologist and analysis director at Hewlett Packard Enterprise Labs, main a community techniques analysis group which carried out analysis on enterprise, service supplier and datacenter networks. Previous to her industrial analysis profession, she additionally held a tenured Affiliate Professor place on the College of Pittsburgh. Lately she served because the technical co-chair of the 2018 USENIX NSDI and the 2017 ACM Symposium on SDN Analysis (SOSR) conferences and the overall chair of ACM HotNets 2017. She acquired the Ph.D. diploma from the College of Southern California (USC) and the B.Tech. and M.Tech. levels from the Indian Institute of Know-how (IIT) Bombay in Electrical Engineering. She holds 33 US patents and is a recipient of the U.S. Nationwide Science Basis (NSF) CAREER award in networking analysis. She additionally served on the Company Advisory Board of the USC Viterbi Faculty of Engineering. She was honored to be named within the record of 2018 N2Women: Stars in Pc Networking and Communications. Web site:

Elisa Bertino

Professor Elisa Bertino joined Purdue in January 2004 as professor in Pc Science and analysis director at CERIAS. Earlier than becoming a member of Purdue, she was a professor and division head on the Pc Science Division of the College of Milano. Her analysis pursuits cowl many areas within the fields of data safety and database techniques. Present analysis consists of safety and privateness of mobile networks, database privateness and safety, IoT and edge computing, digital id administration, coverage administration methods for distributed coalitions.

Professor Bertino serves or has served on the editorial boards of a number of journals – lots of that are associated to safety, such because the ACM Transactions on Info and System Safety and  the IEEE Safety & Privateness Journal. She served as EiC of IEEE Transactions on Reliable and Safe Computing. Professor Bertino is a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, a Fellow of ACM, and a Fellow of the AAAS. She acquired the IEEE Pc Society Technical Achievement award in 2002 for excellent contributions to database methods and database safety and superior knowledge administration techniques, and acquired the 2005 Tsutomu Kanai Award by the IEEE Pc Society for pioneering and revolutionary analysis contributions to safe distributed methods. She is the recipient of the ACM 2019-2020 Athena Lecturer Award.

Tom Conte

Tom Conte holds a joint appointment within the Faculties of Electrical & Pc Engineering and Pc Science on the Georgia Institute of Know-how. He’s the founding director of the Middle for Analysis into Novel Computing Hierarchies (CRNCH). His analysis is within the areas of pc structure and compiler optimization, with emphasis on manycore architectures, microprocessor architectures, back-end compiler code era, architectural efficiency analysis and embedded pc system architectures.

Previous to becoming a member of Georgia Tech in 2008, Dr. Conte served as director of the Middle for Embedded Methods Analysis and was on the school within the Division of Electrical and Pc Engineering at North Carolina State College, starting in 1995.

Dr. Conte was the 2015 President of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IEEE) Pc Society, and in addition a fellow of the IEEE. Since 2011, he has co-led the IEEE Rebooting Computing Initiative.

Dr. Conte acquired his bachelor’s diploma in electrical engineering from the College of Delaware in 1986, and he acquired his M.S. and Ph.D. levels in electrical engineering from the College of Illinois at Ubana-Champaign in 1988 and 1992, respectively.

Maria Gini

Maria Gini acquired a level in physics from the College of Milan in 1972. From 1974-1979 she was a Analysis Affiliate and from 1980-1982 a Senior Analysis Affiliate within the Division of Electronics in Politecnico of Milano in Italy. She then joined the Division of Pc Science on the College of Minnesota in 1982 as an Assistant Professor. She turned the primary feminine to hitch the division. Whereas there she was promoted to Affiliate Professor in 1988 and to Professor in 1997. In 2001 Gini acquired the Distinguished Ladies Students Award from the College of Minnesota. She was named an AAAI fellow in 2008 “for vital contributions to coordination and competitors in multirobot and multiagent methods, for management within the AI group, and for uplifting the subsequent era”. In 2011, she acquired the Mullen-Spector-Truax Ladies’s Management Award from the College of Minnesota, introduced yearly to “a school or employees lady on the College who has made excellent contributions to ladies’s management improvement.” She acquired the NCWIT Harrold and Notkin Analysis and Graduate Mentoring Award in 2018 and the AAAI Distinguished Service Award in 2016. Gini was additionally named an IEEE fellow in 2018. As of 2019, she has graduated 34 Ph.D college students in addition to almost 100 graduate college students.

Chad Jenkins

Odest Chadwicke Jenkins, Ph.D., is an Affiliate Professor of Pc Science and Engineering and a member of the Robotics Institute on the College of Michigan. Prof. Jenkins earned his B.S. in Pc Science and Arithmetic at Alma School (1996), M.S. in Pc Science at Georgia Tech (1998), and Ph.D. in Pc Science on the College of Southern California (2003). He beforehand served on the school of Brown College in Pc Science (2004-15). His analysis addresses issues in interactive robotics and human-robot interplay, primarily targeted on cellular manipulation, robotic notion, and robotic studying from demonstration. His analysis typically intersects subjects in pc imaginative and prescient, machine studying, and pc animation. Prof. Jenkins has been acknowledged as a Sloan Analysis Fellow and is a recipient of the Presidential Early Profession Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE). His work has additionally been supported by Younger Investigator awards from the Workplace of Naval Analysis (ONR), the Air Drive Workplace of Scientific Analysis (AFOSR) and the Nationwide Science Basis (NSF). Prof. Jenkins is presently serving as Editor-in-Chief for the ACM Transactions on Human-Robotic Interplay. He’s a Senior Member of the Affiliation for Computing Equipment and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. He’s at present a member of the Protection Science Research Group (2018-19).

Melanie Mitchell

Melanie Mitchell is Professor of Pc Science at Portland State College, and Exterior Professor and Member of the Science Board on the Santa Fe Institute. She attended Brown College, the place she majored in arithmetic and did analysis in astronomy, and the College of Michigan, the place she acquired a Ph.D. in pc science, Her dissertation, in collaboration together with her advisor Douglas Hofstadter, was the event of Copycat, a pc program that makes analogies. She has held school or skilled positions on the College of Michigan, the Santa Fe Institute, Los Alamos Nationwide Laboratory, the OGI Faculty of Science and Engineering, and Portland State College. She is the writer or editor of six books and over 80 scholarly papers within the fields of synthetic intelligence, cognitive science, and sophisticated methods, together with Complexity: A Guided Tour (Oxford, 2009), which gained the 2010 Phi Beta Kappa Science E-book Award. Her latest e-book, Synthetic Intelligence: A Information for Considering People (Farrar, Straus, and Giroux) can be revealed in October 2019. Melanie originated the Santa Fe Institute’s Complexity Explorer venture, which presents on-line programs and different instructional assets associated to the sector of complicated methods.

Katie Siek

Katie Siek is an affiliate professor in Informatics at Indiana College. Her main analysis pursuits are in human pc interplay, well being informatics, and ubiquitous computing. Extra particularly, she is eager about how sociotechnical interventions have an effect on private well being and nicely being. Her analysis is supported by the Nationwide Institutes of Well being, the Robert Wooden Johnson Basis, and the Nationwide Science Basis together with a five-year NSF CAREER award. She has been awarded a CRA-W Borg Early Profession Award (2012) and a Scottish Informatics and Pc Science Alliance Distinguished Visiting Fellowship (2010 & 2015).

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