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W. Morven Gentleman

W. Morven Gentleman   Dr. W. Morven Gentleman (1942 – 2018) made many outstanding and sustained contributions to the field of computing over his long career as a Canadian computer science faculty member and government and industrial researcher, including fundamental contributions to the fields of numerical and statistical computation and to the field of software […]

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Foutse Khomh

Foutse Khomh Polytechnique Montréal   Professor Khomh has developed pioneering work in the area of software maintenance and evolution. In particular, he has produced breakthrough research on the impact of developers’ design decisions on software quality. For example, his research work on the impact of design patterns and design anti-patterns on the quality of software

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John Tsotsos

John Tsotsos York University   John Konstantine Tsotsos received his Hons. BASc in Engineering Science, MSc in Computer Science and PhD in Computer Science all from the University of Toronto in 1974, 1976 and 1980 respectively. He then joined the University of Toronto on faculty in both Departments of Computer Science and of Medicine. He

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Jonathan Schaeffer

Jonathan Schaeffer University of Alberta   Jonathan Schaeffer is Distinguished Professor of Computing Science at the University of Alberta.  In a career spanning over 35 years, Jonathan has had impact locally in Edmonton, nationally in Canada, and internationally. He has excelled in research, teaching, and service. Jonathan’s research is in artificial intelligence (AI). As a

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Kellogg S. Booth

Kellogg S. Booth University of British Columbia   Dr. Kellogg Booth, a much-loved and accomplished researcher in computer graphics and human-computer interaction (HCI), has been an amazing leader nationally in building research capacity, in enabling interdisciplinary research, and in mentoring students and junior colleagues. Kelly obtained a BSc at Caltech (1968) and MA (1970) and

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Ashton Anderson

Ashton Anderson Department of Computer ScienceUniversity of Toronto   Ashton Anderson is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the University of Toronto, where he is also a Faculty Affiliate with the Vector Institute and the Schwartz-Reisman Institute for Technology and Society. He received his PhD from Stanford University in 2015 and completed a postdoctoral

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Robert Holte

Robert Holte Professor Emeritus, Department of Computing ScienceUniversity of Alberta Professor Holte’s research aims to develop scientific understanding and improved algorithms in the field of Artificial Intelligence, with a focus in the areas of Machine Learning and Heuristic Search. A machine learning algorithm uses training data, or past experience, to improve its performance at a

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Gord McCalla

Gord McCalla Professor Emeritus, Department of Computer ScienceUniversity of Saskatchewan   Dr. McCalla is among the founders and the world’s top researchers in the areas of AI in Education (AIED) and User Modeling and Personalization (UMAP). His papers introducing planning techniques in intelligent tutoring systems, granularity-based diagnosis in user modeling, expertise finding in iHelp, the

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About Awards The CS-CAN|INFO-CAN Awards recognize and celebrate outstanding achievements and lasting contributions of Canadian computer scientists. The awards acknowledge exemplary community and professional involvement, contributions to computer science education, and the significant accomplishments of computer scientists and computer science students and recent graduates. The process to review and determine the award recipients is rigorous.

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Watch “How to Prepare a Strong NSERC-DG Proposal” Now

Watch “How to Prepare a Strong NSERC-DG Proposal” Now DOWNLOADABLE RESOURCES How to Prepare NSERC-NG Proposal Introduction and ResourcesKen Salem’s SlidesDr. Regan Mandryk’s SlidesDoina Precup’s SlidesNSERC DG 2021 – Resources   How to Prepare a Strong NSERC-DG Proposal Tuesday Sep 29, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time The Discovery Grant Program of NSERC is one

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