Faculty Achievement Awards

Luddy Fellows

IU Trustees Teaching Award

Other IU awards

Outstanding Junior Faculty

Distinguished Professor

Institute for Advanced Study Collaborative Research

Bicentennial Medal

Dr. James E. Mumford Excellence in Teaching Award

IU Provost's Award for Undergraduate Research Mentoring

The Mary Bergan Distinguished Service Award

Sonneborn Award

Professional Recognition

This is a listing of significant awards and honors received by Luddy faculty. Listed are those items that are distinctive and based on technical achievement and/or professional service.

OrganizationAward NameRecipient
AdobeAdobe Data Science Research Award
Funds a university faculty research program to promote the understanding and use of data science in the area of marketing.
- Roni Khardon (2019)
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)Fellow of the AAAS
Fellows are recognized for meritorious efforts to advance science or its applications.
- James Glazier (2022)
- XiaoFeng Wang (2022)
- Jean Camp
- Katy Börner - Matthew Hahn
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)e-Poster Competition- Katie Siek (2023)
AMinerAI Most Influential Scholar Annual List
Recognizes outstanding technical achievements of lasting impact that advance scientific understanding.
- Filippo Menczer (2023)
- Alessandro Flammini (2023)
- XiaoFeng Wang (2023)
- Jeffrey Bardzell (2020)*
- Shaowen Bardzell (2020)*
- Filippo Menczer (2020)
- XiaoFeng Wang (2020)
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)ACM Distinguished Member
Members with at least 15 years of professional experience and 5 years of continuous Professional Membership who have achieved significant accomplishments in computing.
- Katie Siek - XiaoFeng Wang - David J Crandall
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)ACM Fellow
Honors outstanding ACM members for their achievements in computer science, information technology, the mission of the ACM.
- XiaoFeng Wang (2023)
-Jean Camp
- Filippo Menczer (2021)
- Katy Börner
Association for Information Science and Technology (ASSIS&T)Watson Davis Award for Service
The Watson Davis Award for Service recognizes an ASIS&T member who has shown continuous dedicated leadership and service to the association, and made substantial and lasting contributions to ASIS&T governance, chapters, special interest groups, committees and publications.
- Howard Rosenbaum (2023)
Asia-Pacific Artificial Intelligence Association (AAIA)AAIA fellows are the world’s renowned AI-related scientists. They have achieved excellence in their fields and have made significant contributions to the advancement of science and technology and the betterment of mankind.- Filippo Menczer (2024)
- XiaoFeng Wang
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers / IEEE Societies (IEEE)Fellow of the IEEE
The IEEE Grade of Fellow is conferred by the Board of Directors upon a person with an extraordinary record of accomplishments in any of the IEEE fields of interest.
- Jean Camp (2017)
- XiaoFeng Wang
- Raj Acharya
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)HPDC Achievement Award
Recognizes individuals who have made exceptional contributions to the field of HPDC.
- Geoffrey Fox (2019)*
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)ACM-IEEE Computer Society's Ken Kennedy Award
Recognizes contributions to programmability and productivity in computing, and substantial community service or mentoring contributions.
- Geoffrey Fox (2019)*
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)Test of Time Award
Recognizes papers published 10 to 12 years in SIGCOMM conference whose contents are still a vibrant and useful contribution today.
- YY Ahn (2022)
- Haewoon Kwak (2022)
Amazon Web ServicesMachine Learning Research Award
Assists faculty, Ph.D. candidates, and graduate students with research to advance the frontiers of machine learning and its application.
- Lantao Liu (2020)
American Physical SocietyFellow
Professional peer recognition of exceptional contributions to physics through research, publications, applications, or leadership and physics education.
- Santo Fortunato (2022)
City of Bloomington, IndianaAda B. Lovelace Award
Ada Lovelace Day, which honors the 19th century mathematician who is credited with writing the first computer algorithm and is regarded as the first computer programmer.
- Katy Börner (2019)
GoogleGoogle Faculty Research Award
Supports technical research in computer science, engineering, and related fields to develop new technologies.
- David Crandall (2020)
- Apu Kapadia (2020)
Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans (ASSIS&T)Horatio Alger Award- Fred Luddy (2023)
Institute of Museum and Library ServicesIMLS Junior Career Award
Supports professional development, graduate education, and continuing education to help libraries and archives develop a diverse workforce.
- Kahyun Choi (2022)
Institute of Museum and Library ServicesLaura Bush 21st Century Librarian
- Donald Williamson (2019)*
International Association for the Advancement Of Artificial IntelligenceTest of Time Award
- Filippo Menczer (2021)
MacArthur FoundationMacArthur Fellow
Referred to as the “genius grant,” is a $625,000 no-strings-attached award to “extraordinarily talented and creative individuals as an investment in their potential.”
- Mary L. Gray (2020)
MetaMeta Research Award
Meta AI teams have reached out to institutions to boost innovation and to support academics seeking to further explore codesign opportunities across a number of new dimensions.
- Dingwen Tao (2022)
- Luyi Xing (2021)
- Xiaojing Liao (2021)
MetaBug Bounty
The Bug Bounty program helps the technology giant detect and fix vulnerabilities while spotting new security trends.
- Luyi Xing (2020)
National Center for Women in TechnologyUndergraduate Research Mentoring Award
For outstanding mentorship, high-quality research opportunities, recruitment of women and minority students, and efforts to encourage and advance undergraduates in computing.
- Katie Siek (2019)
National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS)ASPIRE Design Challenge
A Specialized Platform for Innovative Research Exploration to reward innovative approaches toward solving the opioid crisis.
- David Wild (2019)
National Science Foundation (NSF) AwardsCAREER Awards
Supports early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in leadership, research and education.
Xiaojing Liao (2024)
Prateek Sharma (2024)
Ariful Azad (2024)
- Christina Chung (2023)
- Dingwen Tao (2023)
- Patrick Shih (2022)
- Alexander Gumennik (2022)
- Luyi Xing (2022)
- Fan Chen (2022)
- Minje Kim (2021)
- Donald Williamson (2020)*
- Vikram Jadhao (2019)
- Sameer Patil (2019)*
- Qin Zhang (2019)
- Norman Su (2019)*
- Filippo Menczer (2002-2007)
National Science Foundation (NSF) AwardsComputer and Information Science and Engineering Research Initiation Initiative (CRII)
Supports research for early career academics to launch their research careers.
- Dana Habeeb (2019)
- Donald Williamson (2019)*
National Science Foundation (NSF) AwardsExpeditions in Computing
Supports long-term, multi-institutional research with the potential to transform computer and information science and engineering.
- Geoffrey Fox (2020)*
- Judy Qiu (2020)*
Network Science SocietyFellow
Awarded to members of the community for their exceptional lifelong individual contributions to network science research.
- Santo Fortunato (2022)
Neural Information Processing SystemsTrojan Detection Challenge
Competition challenging scholars to detect and analyze Trojan attacks on deep neural networks.
- XiaoFeng Wang (2023)
- Haixu Tang (2023)
Public Library of Science (PLoS) Computational BiologyResearch Prize
Recognizes the journal’s most outstanding research articles published the previous year.
- Paul Macklin (2019)
Scholar GPSHighly Ranked Scholar - ScholarGPS celebrates Highly Ranked Scholars™ for their exceptional performance in various Fields, Disciplines, and Specialties. Your prolific publication record, the high impact of your work, and the outstanding quality of your scholarly contributions have placed you in the top 0.05% of all scholars worldwide.- Santo Fortunato (2024)
Society for Mathematical BiologyJohn Jungck Prize for Excellence in Education
Awarded every two years to a member of the mathematical biology community who demonstrates significant contributions to education in mathematic biology.
- Paul Macklin (2023)

*- Is not a current Luddy School faculty but was at the time of receiving the award.

If you have a professional award or recongition that you feel should be listed on this page, or if an item is incorrect in the list, please contact the Assistant Dean for Research office by emailing luddyadr@iu.edu.