Ken Kennedy Award

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The Ken Kennedy Award, established in 2009 by the Association for Computing Machinery and the IEEE Computer Society in memory of Ken Kennedy, is awarded annually and recognizes substantial contributions to programmability and productivity in computing and substantial community service or mentoring contributions. The award includes a $5,000 honorarium and the award recipient will be announced at the ACM - IEEE Supercomputing Conference.

Ken Kennedy Award Past Recipients[edit]

  • 2013 Jack Dongarra. "For influential contributions to mathematical software, performance measurement, and parallel programming, and significant leadership and service within the HPC community.” [1]
  • 2012 Mary Lou Soffa "For contributions to compiler technology and software engineering, exemplary service to the profession, and life-long dedication to mentoring and improving diversity in computing." [2]
  • 2011 Susan L. Graham. “For foundational compilation algorithms and programming tools; research and discipline leadership; and exceptional mentoring.”[3]
  • 2010 David Kuck “For his pioneering contributions to compiler technology and parallel computing, the profound impact of his research on industry, and the widespread and long-lasting influence of his teaching and mentoring.”[4][5][6]
  • 2009 Francine Berman. "For her influential leadership in the design, development and deployment of national-scale cyber infrastructure, her-inspiring work as a teacher and mentor, and her exemplary service to the high performance community.”[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jack Dongarra: 2013 Ken Kennedy Award Recipient
  2. ^ Mary Lou Soffa: 2012 Ken Kennedy Award Recipient
  3. ^ Susan L. Graham: 2011 Ken Kennedy Award Recipient
  4. ^ David Kuck#Honors
  5. ^ "(press release) : ACM - IEEE Computer Society Award Honors Intel's Kuck for Innovations in High-Performance Computing". Archived from the original on Oct 2, 2010. Retrieved Oct 2, 2010. "The second annual ACM-IEEE Computer Society Ken Kennedy Award will go to Intel Fellow David Kuck for advances to compiler technology and parallel computing that have improved the cost-effectiveness of multiprocessor computing." 
  6. ^ "Citation - David J Kuck (awarded) the 2010 acm - ieee cs Ken_Kennedy_Award". Archived from the original on Oct 2, 2010. Retrieved Oct 2, 2010. "For his pioneering contributions to compiler technology and parallel computing, the impact of his research on industry, and the widespread influence of his teaching and mentoring." 
  7. ^ Francine Berman: 2009 Ken Kennedy Award Recipient

Nomination Process[edit]

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