2002 ACM-SIGACT Distinguished Service Prize

2002 ACM-SIGACT Distinguished Service Prize
Alan Selman

The 2002 SIGACT Distinguished Service Prize is awarded to Alan Selman, for over 30 years of active research and service.

He was instrumental in the inauguration and sustenance of what is now the IEEE Conference on Computational Complexity. Alan was involved in the drafting of several policy reports for NSF that helped present the case for funding theory to less enlightened administrators. He has also served the community well as an editor and on numerous program committees.


Created by Wolfgang Bein, July 27, 2002.
Last updated Mon Jul 29 17:13:20 PDT 2002