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Prof. Michael Mitzenmacher Wins ACM Paris Kanellakis Theory and Practice Award for "The Power of Two Choices"

June 1, 2021

Harvard Theory of Computation Professor Michael Mitzenmacher, along with Yossi Azar, Andrei Broder, and Anna Karlin, have been named 2020 ACM Paris Kanellakis Theory and Practcice Award Recipients for "the discovery the discovery and analysis of balanced allocations, known as the power of two choices, and their extensive applications to practice. The Balanced Allocations paper and the follow-up work on the power of two choices are elegant theoretical results, and their content will continue to have a demonstrable effect on the practice of computing." 

 

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Prof. Harry Lewis Receives 2021 IEEE Mary Kenneth Keller Computer Science & Engineering Undergraduate Teaching Award

March 1, 2021

For "his over 40 year dedication towards undergraduate computer science education at Harvard, his authoring of Computer Science introductory textbooks, and his mentoring of many future educators", Prof. Harry R. Lewis has been honored with the IEEE Mary Kenneth Keller Computer Science and Engineering Undergraduate Teaching Award

 

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