Alessandro Bozzon has won IBM 2017 Faculty Award

News - 03 October 2017

Alessandro Bozzon (Web Information Systems) has been awarded the IBM Faculty Award, in the section “Cognitive Computing and IoT” for his work on Enterprise Crowdsourcing developed in the context of the IBM-TU Delft CIC collaboration.

The IBM Faculty Award will be used to support curriculum innovation in strategic disciplines, which will include the development of a new professional masterclass on “The Internet of Everything and Everyone”, and other initiatives related to crowd computing.

About the award
The IBM Faculty Award is a competitive worldwide program intended to foster collaboration between researchers at leading universities worldwide and those in IBM research. To qualify for this internationally competitive award, the nominee must be a full-time professor at an accredited university that has a Ph.D. or MBA program in the nominee's field. Candidates must have an outstanding reputation for contributions in their field or, in the case of junior faculty, show unusual promise.