ACM Fellows: Inria scientists distinguished for their contributions to computer science

Changed on 10/03/2020

Each year the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) awards Fellow grade to a select number of its members. This award is in recognition of both scientific and technical excellence at an international level in the field of computer science and IT. Among these trailblazers, six Inria researchers have received this award since 2011. Overview.

The ACM is an international association set up to boost the recognition of computer science. Each year, it carefully selects new Fellows to join its ranks. These men and women have all changed the world to some extent through notable contributions or technological breakthroughs in the fields of industry, business or health.

An elite international group, ACM Fellows make up fewer than 1% of the association’s 100,000 members worldwide. To date, six Inria researchers have been awarded the ACM’s most prestigious member grade in recognition of their research excellence. This serves as both a tribute and international recognition of their excellence.