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!