CS professor M. Tamer Özsu receives ACM Presidential Award

Monday, June 17, 2024

University Professor M. Tamer Özsu has received the ACM Presidential Award for long-standing and significant contributions to the computing field and its scientific community in general, as well as to ACM in particular. He is one of seven individuals recognized for exemplary service to the computing field.

The ACM Presidential Award is given at the discretion of the ACM President to individuals whose contributions in computing fall within the goals of the ACM.

M. Tamer Özsu with his books

In addition to his seminal research work on large-scale distributed data management and his emphasis on system building targeting grand societal challenges, University Professor Özsu has truly dedicated himself to the education of the younger generation, far beyond his own students. The books he has co-authored, the encyclopedias he has co-edited, and the ACM Book series he has curated have all been definitive resources of fundamental and application-oriented data science knowledge, nurturing and inspiring young researchers and practitioners for decades.

Read the full article from Computer Science to learn more.