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Most Influential Paper Award of ACM SIGPLAN SLE conference for Tijs van der Storm and others

Tijs van der Storm and a team of 20+ authors received the Most Influential Paper Award of the 2023 ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on Software Language Engineering (SLE) for their article on …

2023 SLE MIP Award for Tijs van der Storm et al (with focal area).

2023 NEC C&C Prize for Python

The 2023 C&C Prize will be awarded to a group of researchers, represented by Guido van Rossum, for programming language Python. He started developing this at CWI in 1989. The ceremony will …

Guido van Rossum 2019 (foto 397, met focus area)

Conference on trust in a digital society

CWI hosts a multi-disciplinary conference on trust and trust management in a digitalized society. Topics will focus on social, economic and behavioral aspects of trust, trust in networks, mobile systems and cloud …


CWI Researcher Silvia Rossi Invited to the Dutch Media Week

During the Dutch Media Week, postdoctoral researcher Silvia Rossi was one of the speakers at the program Cross Media Café on Spatial computing. She brought a scientific perspective talking about her work …


INFORMS Khachiyan Prize for Monique Laurent

The INFORMS Optimization Society announced that Monique Laurent won the 2023 Khachiyan Prize for outstanding life-time achievements in optimization.

Monique Laurent (NB please keep focal area)

Call semester programme development 2024/2025

CWI Research Semester Programmes entail a coherent set of activities over a longer period of time to allow researchers to expand their network for further collaborative initiatives.

CWI Algemeen 2022 09 15-013

New software detects money laundering faster than ever before

Computer scientists have developed a new tool that enables quicker and more accurate detection of money laundering, with the ability to scan 50 million transactions in less than a second. The tool …

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Tristan van Leeuwen appointed as Professor of Computational Inverse Problems

Utrecht University has announced the appointment of Tristan van Leeuwen as professor of Computational Inverse Problems, starting from 1 October.

Tristan van Leeuwen