CRD’s Buluç Receives 2015 IEEE TCSC Award for Excellence for Early Career Researchers
August 13, 2015
Aydin Buluç of the Computational Research Division has been named a recipient of the 2015 IEEE TCSC Award for Excellence for Early Career Researchers. Buluç is one of three recipients of this year’s award, which will be presented at the SC15 conference in November.
The IEEE TCSC annual award for young achievers in scalable computing recognizes up to three individuals who have made outstanding, influential and potentially long-lasting contributions in the field of scalable computing within five years of receiving their Ph.D. degree.
Buluç , a member of Performance and Algorithms Research Group, was honored in May 2013 with a Department of Energy’s Early Career Award for his work on energy-efficient parallel graph and data mining algorithms. He works on high-performance graph analysis, libraries, and their applications in genomics and bioinformatics. Read more.
Buluç joined Berkeley Lab as a Luis W. Alvarez Fellow after earning his doctorate in computer science from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 2010.
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