Shafi Goldwasser

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    •    The Simons Foundation: Simons Investigator (2012)
    •    IEEE: Emanuel R. Piore Award (2011)
    •    Franklin Institute: Benjamin Franklin Medal (2010)
    •    ACM: Athena Lecturer, Committee on Women in Computing (ACM-W) (2008)
    •    International Association or Cryptologic Research (IACR): Fellow (2007)
    •    University of California Berkeley| CS Division: Distinguished Alumni Award (2006)
    •    National Academy of Engineering: Member (2005)
    •    National Academy of Sciences: Member (2004)
    •    International Congress of Mathematics at Beijin: Invited to give the plenary talk (2002)
    •    International Symposium on Information Theory: Plenary Talk (2002)
    •    Gödel: Gödel Prize in Theoretical Computer Science (2001)
    •    American Academy of Arts and Sciences: Fellow (2001)
    •    RSA: Mathematics Award (1998)
    •    ACM: Grace Murray Hopper Award (1996)
    •    Gödel: Gödel Prize in Theoretical Computer Science (1993)


Shafi Goldwasser is the RSA Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in MIT, a co-leader of the cryptography and information security group and a member of the complexity theory group within the Theory of Computation Group and the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.