Amori Doctoral Prize in CMS Established


The Amori Prize was established in 2017 by Caltech alumnus Michael Amori (MS 2007) to honor outstanding dissertations in the computing and mathematical sciences during the current academic year. Awardees are selected by a committee of computing and mathematical sciences faculty each spring. The first winner of this prize was Rachel Cummings whose advisor was Professor Katrina Ligett. [Read Dr. Cummings Thesis]

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Best Paper in Distributed Computing


The paper, “Speed faults in computation by chemical reaction networks,” written by graduate student Rachel A. Cummings who is advised by Professor Katrina Ligett, Senior Research Fellow David Doty working in Professor Erik Winfree’s lab, and colleagues has received the best paper award at this year’s International Symposium on Distributed Computing. [Read the paper]

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