Awards to Staff by Professional Societies
Our innovative contributions are often acknowledged at the corporate and individual levels by technical societies, national organizations, and professional associations. We are proud to feature some of our awards here.
American Association for the Advancement of Science—Fellows
For advancements in applications that promote and communicate the benefits of science and science education throughout society.
|2010 Thomas Kilduff||1986 William F. Miller|
|1997 David R. Crosley||1986 Nils Nilsson|
|1995 Peter G. Neumann||1985 Felix T. Smith|
|1991 James R. Peterson||1981 David M. Golden|
|1990 Barbara J. Grosz||1967 David C. Jones|
|1960 Oswald G. Villard|
American Association for the Advancement of Science—Women in Science
For outstanding work in science and engineering, and for their compelling personal stories about the challenges they faced in the pursuit of a scientific career.
2002 Nora Sabelli
American Association for Artificial Intelligence—Fellows
For accomplishments in theory, technology, and applications that promote intelligent behavior in machines.
|2000 Leslie Pack Kaelbling||1991 Richard J. Waldinger|
|1998 David E. Wilkins||1990 Richard Duda|
|1996 Martha E. Pollack||1990 Richard E. Fikes|
|1995 Michael P. Georgeff||1990 Barbara J. Grosz|
|1995 Kurt Konolige||1990 Peter Hart|
|1993 Cordell C. Green||1990 Nils Nilsson|
|1992 Philip R. Cohen||1990 C. Raymond Perrault|
|1992 Jerry Robert Hobbs||1990 Charles A. Rosen|
|1992 Mark E. Stickel||1990 Stanley J. Rosenschein|
|1991 Robert S. Boyer||1990 Jay M. Tenenbaum|
|1991 J Strother Moore||1990 Donald E. Walker|
|1991 Robert C. Moore||1990 Andrew Witkin|
|1991 Fernando C. N. Pereira|
American Chemical Society Awards
For outstanding achievements in research in the diverse fields of the chemical sciences.
1995 Henry Storch Award in Fuel Chemistry
1990 Creative Advances in Environmental Science and Technology
1986 Irving Langmuir Award in Chemical Physics
1977 George Olah Award in Petroleum Chemistry
1986 Priestly Medal (highest ACS Award)
1941 Award in Pure Chemistry
1967 Award in Polymer Chemistry
American Geophysical Union—Fellows
For significant contributions to earth and space sciences through international, interdisciplinary research and publication.
2008 Thomas Slanger
1993 Margaret A. Tolbert
1962 Oswald G. "Mike" Villard
American Physical Society—Fellows
For achievements that advance knowledge through original research or the application of physics to science and technology.
|2000 Lynn Seaman||1986 David R. Crosley|
|1994 Donald R. Curran||1970 Robert M. Hill|
|1993 Felix T. Smith||1970 Donald C. Lorents|
|1990 David L. Huestis||1970 James R. Peterson|
|1989 Philip C. Cosby||1962 David M. Golden|
American Physical Society—George E. Duvall Shock Compression Science Award
For contributions to understanding condensed matter and non-linear physics through shock compression.
2009 Don Curran
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Computer Society—Harlan D. Mills Award
For longstanding, sustained, and meaningful contributions to the theory and practice of the information sciences, focusing on contributions to the practice of software engineering through the application of sound theory.
2011 John Rushby
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)—Fellows
For professional distinction and proficiency advancing both theory and applications in engineering, electronics, and computing.
|2011 Ajay Divakaran||1967 Richard C. Honey|
|2011 Andreas Stolcke||1966 Tetsu Morita|
|1999 Donald Nielson||1965 George L. Matthaei|
|1999 Charles "Capp" Spindt||1964 Kenneth R. Eldredge|
|1997 Marty Fischler||1964 William E. Evans|
|1997 Michael Frankel||1964 R.L. Tanner|
|1996 Ivor Brodie||1962 Marshall C. Pease|
|1996 Enrique Ruspini||1962 Allen M. Peterson|
|1993 Peter Neumann||1962 Vincent Salmon|
|1993 Nachum Shacham||1962 Chen T. Tai|
|1986 Jack Goldberg||1961 Edgar A. Post|
|1983 Peter E. Hart||1960 Thomas H. Morrin|
|1981 John C. Munson||1959 John T. Bolljahn|
|1980 Richard O. Duda||1959 Seymour R. Cohn|
|1980 William F. Miller||1959 Low K. Lee|
|1979 George H. Hagn||1957 William Edson|
|1974 Charles A. Rosen||1957 Oswald G. "MIke" Villard|
|1973 Edward M.T. Jones||1956 Archibald S. Brown|
|1972 Franklin F. Kuo||1956 John V.N. Granger|
|1971 William H. Kautz||1956 D.B. Harris|
|1970 Ray L. Leadabrand||1949 Finley S. Carter|
|1968 Hewitt D. Crane||1948 Ralph M. Heintz|
|1967 Leo Young||1948 Jesse E. Hobson|
International Conference on Automated Deduction (CADE)—Herbrand Award for Distinguished Contributions to Automated Reasoning
For career contributions in automated reasoning and deduction.
2002 Mark Stickel
International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence—Donald E. Walker Distinguished Service Award
For substantial contributions and extensive service to the field of artificial intelligence.
2011 C. Raymond Perrault
National Institute of Standards and Technology and National Security Agency—Computer System Security Award
For outstanding contributions toward the advancement of computer security technology.
2002 Peter Neumann
National Medal of Technology
The United States' highest science and technology honor for achievements that enhance America's competitiveness and standard of living.
2000 Douglas Engelbart
Oceanography Society - Nils Gunnar Jerlov Award
In recognition of contributions made to the advancement of our knowledge of the nature and consequences of light in the ocean.
2012 Kendall L. Carder
Research Society on Alcoholism—Gordis Award
Given annually for originality of research, significance to the field, quality of abstract, and presentation of their work at the Society's annual meeting.
2008 Natalie Zahr
Research Society on Alcoholism—Henri Begleiter Excellence in Research Award
This award is given annually by the Research Society on Alcoholism to an individual demonstrating innovation or creativity and excellence in their research and/or someone whose work has had a major impact on the field.
2008 Adolf Pfefferbaum
Society for Industrial Microbiology—Charles Porter Award
For sustained service to the Society for Industrial Microbiology.
2002 Kristien Mortelmans
Society for Information Display—Otto Schade Prize
For display performance and image quality
2004 Curtis R. Carlson
Worcester Polytechnic Institute—Robert H. Goddard Alumni Award for Outstanding Professional Achievement
For contributions in technology and science that bring pride and recognition to Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
2002 Curtis R. Carlson