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Dwyer Named an ACM Distinguished Scientist

Matthew Dwyer, professor of computer science and engineering, has been recognized by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) as a Distinguished Scientist. He was one of 20 members recognized by ACM in 2007, which considers the practical and theoretical contributions of its members in computing and information technology.

"Their computing innovations address problems in virtually every industry and make possible advances in communications, health care, finance, entertainment, environmental control, computer security, and many other real-life applications," said ACM President Stuart Feldman. "We are proud to recognize these dedicated men and women and to raise their profile in the computing community."