Paris Kanellakis Prize

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The Paris Kanellakis Award ( Paris Kanellakis Theory and Practice Award ) is a computer science Price of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) for theoretical achievements that have a significant impact on the practice of computing. It is named after the computer scientist Paris Kanellakis (1953 to 1995), professor of computer science at Brown University , who died in a plane crash in South America in 1995 (American Airlines Flight 965), and was donated by his family. The $ 5000 prize has been awarded since 1996.

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