ICSI Foosball Champions Dominate Tournament

July 16, 2004

(Foosball Champions: Pedro Ruiz and Abhishek Kumar)

ICSI to Host EARS Retreat

July 8, 2004
ICSI is the host of the 2004 EARS Novel Approaches retreat. This year's retreat is at the Bodega Bay Lodge and Spa from August 4-7, 2004.

ICSI Associate to be Director of Institute of International Studies

July 1, 2004
ICSI Faculty Associate Steve Weber was appointed Director of the Institute of International Studies at UC Berkeley on July 1, 2004. Institute of International Studies home page. >>

Jerry Feldman Appointed to Program Director

June 24, 2004
Jerry Feldman, of ICSI's Artificial Intelligence Group and BCIS, was selected to be the Program Director of Cognitive Science at UC Berkeley starting in July, 2004.

Krste Asanovic Named ICSI External Fellow

June 17, 2004
ICSI alum Krste Asanovic, a member of the Computer Science faculty at MIT, was selected to become an External Fellow of ICSI in June, 2004. Professor Asanovic said that he is delighted to accept the invitation and looks forward to future collaborations with ICSI researchers.

Dr. Barry Chen Receives Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering

May 19, 2004
Congratulations to Dr. Barry Chen who received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from UC Berkeley in May, 2005. While working toward his doctorate, Barry was also a graduate student researcher with ICSI's Speech Group. Congratulations, Dr. Chen.

Nicholas Weaver Quoted in New Scientist

May 14, 2004
Nicholas Weaver, network security expert at ICSI was quoted in an article on worm attacks on instant messaging in New Scientist. The article appears on page 26 of the May 14, 2005 issue, and is also available online here >>

Ion Stoica Receives Presidential Award

May 7, 2004
President Bush announced in May, 2004 that ICSI Faculty Associate Ion Stoica is one of 57 recipients of the 2002 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE). More. >>

ICSI Trustee Selected by American Academy of Arts and Sciences

May 3, 2004
ICSI Trustee Shankar Sastry has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAAS). He is one of seven UC Berkeley professors selected this year.
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