SCS Faculty Awards
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NSF CAREER Award
- The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is a Foundation-wide activity that offers the National Science Foundation's most prestigious awards in support of the early career-development activities of those teacher-scholars who most effectively integrate research and education within the context of the mission of their organization. Such activities build a firm foundation for a lifetime of integrated contributions to research and education.


Aarti Singh, 2013
To develop computationally efficient and principled methods of extracting clusters and graphs from "big and dirty" data sets.
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Noah A. Smith, 2011
To study flexible statistical learning algorithms for natural language processing.
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Anind K. Dey, 2008
Making Intelligent, Interactive Systems Easier for People to Understand and Control

Carlos Guestrin, 2007
Thinking that is 'just right': Query-Specific Probabilistic Reasoning
and its Application to Large-Scale Sensor Networks

Srinivasa Narasimhan, 2007
Making Computer Vision Successful in Scattering Media

Jonathan Aldrich, 2006
Lightweight Modeling and Enforcement of Architectural Behavior

David Andersen, 2006
An Evolvable Architecture for Internet Data Transfer

Alexei Efros, 2006
Geometrically Coherent Image Interpretation

Eric Xing, 2006
Uncovering the Processes and Mechanisms of Regulatory Evolution

Ziv Bar-Joseph, 2005
Modeling Dynamic Systems in the Cell

Anupam Gupta, 2005
An Algorithmic Theory of Metric Embeddings

Dawn Song, 2005
Exterminating Large Scale Internet Attacks

Venkatesan Guruswami, 2004
Error-correcting Codes: List Decoding and Related Algorithmic Challengese

Doug James, 2004
Precomputing Data-driven Deformable Systems for Multimodal Interactive Simulation

Adrian Perrig, 2004
Secure and Resilient Sensor Network Communication Infrastructure

Russell Schwartz, 2004
Simulating Self-Assembly at Cellular Scales

Michael S. Lewicki, 2003
Representation of Natural Auditory Scenes

Priya Narashimhan, 2003
Integrated Fault Tolerance and Real-Time Support for Middleware Applications

Anastasia Ailamaki, 2002
Bridging Databases and Computer Architecture: Optimizing DBMS for Deep Memory Hierarchies

Mor Harchol-Balter, 2002
The Impact of Resource Scheduling on Improving Server Performance

Nancy Pollard, 2001
Quantifying Humanlike Enveloping Grasps

Srinivasan Seshan, 2001
Towards an Efficient Ubiquitous Computing Infrastructure

Karl Crary, 2000
Type-driven Language Technology for Software and Information infrastructure

Tai Sing Lee, 2000
Computational Representations and Processes in Active Perception

Kenji Shimada, 2000
Physically-Based Approach to Geometric Problems in Engineering Design and Analysis

Sebastian Thrun, 1999
A Software Development Framework that Integrates Learning, Probabilistic Reasoning and Anytime Computation

Seth Goldstein, 1999
Architecture and Compilers for Tiger Machines

Howard Choset, 1997
Complete Sensor Based Planning for Highly Articulated Robots

Tuomas Sandholm, 1997
Coalition Formation among Self-Interested Computationally Limited Agents

Andrew Moore, 1996
Machine Learning for Autonomous Process Management

Hui Zhang, 1996
Integrated Traffic Management Based on Accurate and Practical Packet Fair Queueing Algorithms

David Baraff, 1995
Physical Simulation for Assembling Robots and Robot Assembly

Elmootazbellah (Mootaz) Elnozahy, 1995
System Software Design for Energy Conservation

Robert Harper, 1995
Type Theory and Operational Semantics for Programming Languages

David Johnson, 1995
Wireless and Mobile Internetworking

Manuela Veloso, 1995


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