URCS Alumni Bryan Lyles and Ricardo Bianchini named ACM Fellows

December 8, 2016

The Association for Computing Machinery, the leading professional organization for computer science, has named 53 of its members as ACM Fellows — its highest honorary class of membership.  Among those named are URCS Ph.D. alumni Bryan Lyles (’83) and Ricardo Bianchini (’95).  Lyles, who did his thesis work with Jerry Feldman, currently serves as a Research and Development Manager at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.  He was cited “For contributions to Internet infrastructure technology, measurement and research.”  Bianchini, who did his thesis work with Tom LeBlanc, currently serves as Chief Efficiency Strategist at Microsoft.  He was cited “For contributions to power, energy and thermal management of servers and datacenters.”  Further information can be found in the ACM press release.