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Sem Borst receives the 2017 ACM SIGMETRICS Achievement Award

Sem Borst (TU Eindhoven and Nokia Bell Labs) received the 2017 ACM SIGMETRICS Achievement Award.

 

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This prestigious prize is awarded annually to an individual for fundamental contributions to performance analysis of computer- and communication networks.

Borst's contributions to areas like wireless networks, polling systems, heavy-tailed asymptotics, heavy-traffic analysis, random-access algorithms, channel-aware scheduling and load balancing are widely acknowledged for their impact on both theory and practice, leading to many high-impact publications in top journals and conferences, and 28 patents.

 

Sem Borst: “I feel delighted and extraordinarily honored with this award, and am grateful for the opportunities that TU/e and Nokia Bell Labs have offered me. Above all, however, it is a time when I feel extra privileged and thankful for the collaboration with my colleagues and PhD candidates at TU/e, but also at Nokia Bell Labs and beyond. Without the wonderful collaboration with them, I would not have had the honor of receiving this award.”

 

See the ACM SIGMETRICS website for the full article