30.01.2024

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2023 ACM Fellows

MCML PI Albrecht Schmidt among the selected individuals

The 2023 ACM Fellows were recently announced by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM): MCML PI Albrecht Schmidt is one of them. Recognized for their pioneering contributions to computing science and technology, he joins a select class of ACM Fellows. Less than one percent of all worldwide ACM members are recognized as ACM Fellows for their outstanding achievements each year since 1993.

Albrecht Schmidt, who serves as a professor of Computer Science at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) in Munich and holds the Chair for Human-Centered Ubiquitous Media, was chosen for his significant impact in the areas of human-computer interaction, ubiquitous computing, and implicit interaction, as well as for his leadership within ACM SIGCHI.

Find more information about this year's fellows

«ACM Fellows are selected and appointed directly from within the research community. This acknowledgment is incredible for me. Thinking more about it, it reflects a professional life of amazing mentors, working with many supportive and inspiring colleagues, and being very lucky with the many students, postdocs, and interns, I could work with and learn from."»

Albrecht Schmidt

Albrecht Schmidt
MCML PI and Professor at LMU

About

Albrecht Schmidt is a German computer scientist at LMU and Principal Investigator and Strategy Board member of the MCML. He deals with questions of cooperation between humans and computers. His work is concerned with expanding the human mind through digital technologies. Albrecht Schmidt conducts research at the intersection of human-computer interaction, in media technology and ubiquitous computer systems.

30.01.2024


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