USC Computer Science Professor Wins Most Influential Paper Award

USC Stevens Center for Innovation | July 12, 2020

Nenad Medvidović receives most influential paper award at SEAMS 2020 for work on privacy and cloud-based systems.

Nenad Medvidović. Photo/USC Viterbi.

USC Professor of Computer Science Nenad Medvidović was recognized with the honor of the Most Influential Paper Award at the 15th International Symposium on Software Engineering for Adaptive and Self-Managing Systems (SEAMS 2020). The award recognizes his 2007 paper, “An Architectural Style for Solving Computationally Intensive Problems on Large Networks,” co-authored with Yuriy Brun.

The award recognizes work published at least ten years prior that has had substantial impact in industry or academia. The award is decided by a committee specially appointed by the organizers of SEAMS, which is the annual symposium for researchers working on software engineering of self-adaptive and self-managing systems.

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