CS Professor Kevin Leyton-Brown Named 2018 ACM Distinguished Member

UBC Computer Science Professor Kevin Leyton-Brown is named a 2018 ACM Distinguished Member for his 'outstanding scientific contributions to computing'.  The 49 Distinguished Members for 2018 are selected from leading universities, corporations and research institutes around the world, based on their professional experience and for their significant achievements in the computing field. These members not only have made significant contributions to various areas in computing, they have also demonstrated a commitment to advancing computer science as a profession.

"By honoring these individuals, we highlight the professional achievements behind the technologies that have transformed both our daily lives and society in general,” explains ACM President Cherri M. Pancake. 

Congratulations, Kevin!

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