International Computer Science Institute

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Coordinates: 37°52′12″N 122°16′16″W / 37.870052°N 122.271235°W / 37.870052; -122.271235 The International Computer Science Institute (ICSI) is an independent, non-profit research organization located in Berkeley, California, USA. Since its founding in 1988, ICSI has maintained an affiliation with the University of California, Berkeley, where several of its members hold faculty appointments. ICSI's research activities include Internet architecture, network security, network routing, speech and speaker recognition, spoken and text-based natural language processing, computer vision, computer architecture, and biological system modeling.

The Institute's director is Dr. Roberto Pieraccini, and its deputy director is Professor Nelson Morgan, who also serves as head of the Speech Group.[1] SIGCOMM Award[2] and IEEE Internet Award[3] winner Professor Scott Shenker, one of the most-cited authors in computer science, heads the Networking Research Group. Turing Award[4] and Kyoto Prize [5] winner Professor Richard Karp heads the Algorithms Group. Professor Srini Narayanan heads the Artificial Intelligence Group. Professor Trevor Darrell heads the Computer Vision Group. Professor Krste Asanovic, an ACM Distinguished Scientist,[6] heads the Computer Architecture Group. Other notable ICSI scientists include SIGCOMM Award[7] winner Professor Vern Paxson, who leads network security efforts and who previously chaired the Internet Research Task Force; IEEE Internet Award[8] winner Sally Floyd; connectionist pioneer Jerry Feldman; frame semantics and construction grammar pioneer Charles J. Fillmore and Collin F. Baker, who lead the FrameNet semantic parsing project; and Paul Kay, who published an influential study on the universality of color words.

IEEE Internet Award winner Mark Handley founded the XORP open source router software project while at ICSI.

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  1. ^ "About ICSI". Retrieved 2012-02-21. 
  2. ^ "SIGCOMM Award Winners". Retrieved 2012-02-21. 
  3. ^ "IEEE Internet Award Winners". Retrieved 2012-02-21. 
  4. ^ "Turing Award Winners". Retrieved 2012-02-21. 
  5. ^ "Kyoto Prize Laureates". Retrieved 2012-02-21. 
  6. ^ "ACM Names 54 Distinguished Members for Contributions to Computing". Retrieved 2012-02-21. 
  7. ^ "SIGCOMM Award Winners". Retrieved 2012-02-21. 
  8. ^ "IEEE Internet Award Winners". Retrieved 2012-02-21. 

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