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“Seattle Business” lauds Etzioni, Fridgen, Ceze, Tan, and Anokwa

The December issue of Seattle Business magazine identifies “The Good, The Bad, and The Stupid” for 2011.

“The Good” include:

  • Oren Etzioni & Mike Fridgen, Decide.com.  The gurus behind Farecast have done it again …
  • Luis Ceze, UW/Corensic.  Computer architect Luis Ceze is revamping the philosophy of computing by devising new programming techniques that save energy …
  • Desney Tan, Microsoft [and UW CSE Affiliate Professor].  Driven by his varied background—aerospace engineer, philosopher, theologian, computer scientist—Desney Tan has been working with collaborators at Microsoft, Carnegie Mellon and the University of Washington to transform human-computer interactions …
  • Yaw Anokwa, University of Washington.  As a Ph.D. candidate at the UW, Yaw Anokwa made waves by collaborating with colleagues to address technological “leapfrogging” …

Blessedly, we did not find ourselves cited among “The Bad” or “The Stupid.”

Read the key segment here.  Full article here.

December 6, 2011