CS Faculty, formerly Ph.D. Student, wins 2012 Doctoral Dissertation Award

CS Faculty, formerly Ph.D. Student, wins 2012 Doctoral Dissertation AwardCS Faculty member and former Ph.D. student Keren Censor-Hillel, won the 2012 Doctoral Dissertation Award of the ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing. Keren is the first winner of this prestigious new award and she received for her 2010 thesis "Probabilistic Methods in Distributed Computing”, supervised by her Ph.D. advisor Prof. Hagit Attiya.

Congratulations to Keren and Hagit!

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