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All 64 of the inductees are longstanding members of the Association for Computing Machinery and were selected by their peers for their significant accomplishments that have moved the computing world forward. | Image: Texas AM Engineering

Two faculty members from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University were named 2020 distinguished members of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) for their outstanding scientific contributions to computing. The two inductees were Dr. Tracy Hammond and Dr. Shuiwang Ji.

All 64 of the inductees are longstanding members of the ACM and were selected by their peers for their significant accomplishments in the field of computing, computer science or information technology that have moved the computing world forward. 

Hammond is a professor and director of both the Institute for Engineering Education and Innovation and the Sketch Recognition Lab. She also serves as chair of the engineering education faculty. Hammond is an international leader in artificial intelligence, data science, machine learning, haptics, intelligent fabrics, smartphone development and computer-human interaction research.

Ji is an associate professor and director of the Data Integration, Visualization and Exploration Lab. He is also an associate editor for the journals Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, ACM Transactions on Knowledge Discovery from Data and ACM Computing Surveys. Ji’s research interests include machine learning, deep learning, data mining and computational biology.

View the full list of the 2020 ACM distinguished members inductees.