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UW CSE’s David Notkin wins 2013 ACM SIGSOFT Outstanding Research Award

dn.for_.fellowshipSIGSOFT is the Association for Computing Machinery’s special interest group on software engineering.

The SIGSOFT Outstanding Research Award is presented annually to an individual or individuals who have made significant and lasting research contributions to the theory or practice of software engineering.

And the 2013 winner is:  UW CSE’s David Notkin!  Congratulations David!

Here’s a wonderful 30-minute talk by David’s Ph.D. student (and UW CSE professor) Mike Ernst describing David’s many software engineering research contributions.

And here’s information on Notkinfest, an event honoring David held at the University of Washington on February 1.

April 22 2013:  David Notkin succumbed to cancer at 3:30 a.m.