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Frank Tompa

Frank Tompa David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science University of Waterloo Professor Frank William Tompa has contributed significantly in shaping modern computer science research and industry through his dedicated service to Canadian computer science and to Canadian academia more broadly. He has shown through his own innovative and transformative research that university-industry collaborations can […]

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Steve Cook

Steve Cook Department of Computer Science University of Toronto Research Without doubt, Prof. Cook is the best known Computer Science researcher in Canada and amongst the very elite in the world. Through the course of his extraordinary 40- year career, Professor Steve Cook has demonstrated excellence and impact on many aspects of theoretical computer science,

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Tom Hull

Tom Hull Department of Computer Science University of Toronto Tom Hull (1922-1996) was an outstanding scholar who made a lasting contribution to his discipline through novel research contributions, educating generations of university students, founding scientific journals and a society, and designing curricula for high school, undergraduate and graduate students. In addition, Tom was an incredibly

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Gregor von Bochmann

Gregor von Bochmann University of Ottawa Gregor v. Bochmann pioneered and helped established what is now known as “protocol engineering”, a field of fundamental importance: communication protocols are the language of communication networks, and their correctness is essential for today’s global networks to function. Michel Diaz (Research Director, CNRS, Toulouse, France) even stated that “we

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Hector Levesque

Hector Levesque University of Toronto Hector Levesque is a Canadian academic and researcher, and Professor Emeritus in the Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto. Hector is internationally recognized as one of the deepest and most original thinkers within Artificial Intelligence (AI). Hector’s research lies broadly in the area of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (KR&R),

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John Mylopoulos

John Mylopoulos University of Toronto John Mylopoulos is the founder of the artificial intelligence (AI) group at the University of Toronto which since its inception has been recognized as one of the best AI groups in the world. He is the first and most influential researcher to have made lasting and deep contributions to the

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Donald D. Cowan

Donald D. Cowan University of Waterloo   Donald Cowan is a pioneer in Canadian Computer Science. Shortly after finishing his PhD in 1966, he became head of the Computer Science Division of the Mathematics Department at the University of Waterloo. In 1967, he became Chair of the new Department of Applied Analysis and Computer Science,

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Tamer Özsu

Tamer Özsu University of Waterloo   Professor M. Tamer Özsu is distinguished for his outstanding and sustained contributions to computing over the course of his career, encompassing not only research but service as well. He has contributed to fundamental advances in the field of databases and data management, provided leadership in professional and academic communities

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J. Wesley Graham

J. Wesley Graham   From the 1960s to almost 2000, Professor J. Wesley Graham’s pioneering work and leadership changed the way programming and other computer-related skills were taught at the University of Waterloo, across Canada and internationally. Thousands of copies of the software produced under his direction were used in over 60 countries, and influenced

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James R. Cordy

James R. Cordy School of Computing, Queen’s University   Throughout his distinguished career, Dr. James R. Cordy has made high-impact research contributions in programming languages, software engineering, and artificial intelligence. His work has been widely published and cited, spun off to numerous companies, and made freely available through widely used public domain tools. His contributions are

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