Professor Jaideep Vaidya is named a distinguished scientist by Association for Computing Machinery

Monday, November 30, 2015

Jaideep Vaidya, a professor of management science and information systems, has been named a distinguished scientist by the Association for Computing Machinery.

The award recognizes ACM members who have made a significant impact on the computing field and the knowledge base within the field of computer science.

The association is the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society, uniting computing educators, researchers and professionals to inspire discussion and resource-sharing in an effort to address the field’s biggest challenges.

Professor Vaidya and Nabil Adam, a distinguished professor of computers and information systems at Rutgers Business School and a vice chancellor for research and collaborations at Rutgers University-Newark, were contributing authors on "Preserving Privacy in Collaborative Business Process Composition,” which received the best paper award at the 12th annual International Conference on Security and Cryptography in July.

The two Rutgers Business School professors were among six authors who contributed to the paper.

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