Professor Srinivasan Keshav of the Cheriton School has been named a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) for his contributions to computer communication networks and systems. He holds the Canada Research Chair in Tetherless Computing and is the Cisco Chair in Smart Grid.
"I am very pleased that Prof. Keshav has received this well-deserved recognition for his research in computer networks,” says David Taylor, Director of the School. “As the fifth ACM Fellow in the School, he joins a distinguished group of colleagues whose accomplishments have been recognized by the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society."
Over the next several years, Prof. Keshav plans to apply his computer networking expertise to the energy sector. Working with fellow academics and industry partners, he will be looking at solutions to large-scale problems in energy systems. Prof. Keshav’s research aims to have impact in Canada and around the world.