UO computer scientist honored with distinguished membership

The Association for Computing Machinery has selected University of Oregon’s Reza Rejaie, professor and head of the Department of Computer Science, as a distinguished member for "outstanding scientific contributions to computing."

Reza Rejaie Rejaie recently was announced as one of 67 inductees as Distinguished Members for their scientific, engineering or educational contributions this year. Rejaie’s research in network measurement, congestion control, multimedia networking, peer-to-peer networking and social computing have been widely cited, and he has served on the editorial board of several journals, review panels and numerous technical program committees.

He also is a 2017 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers fellow for his contributions to multimedia and peer-to-peer networking and internet measurement. He received a NSF CAREER Award in 2005, and a European Union Marie Curie Fellowship in 2009. 

The association is the world's largest computing society and has more than 100,000 members across the globe.

—By Alyson Johnston, College of Arts and Sciences