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  • Bacon, Jean - University of Cambridge - Distributed systems.
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  • Balakrishnan, M. - Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi - CAD for VLSI, Computer Architecture
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  • Ball, Thomas - Microsoft Research - Domain-specific languages, automatic analysis of programs, software visualization.
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  • Banerjee, Subhashis - Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi - Computer Vision, Real-time Systems, Robotics
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  • Banks, David - Florida State University - 3D computer graphics and scientific visualization.
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  • Baquero, Carlos - Minho University - Distributed systems and mobile computing, Concurrent object-oriented programming.
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  • Becker, Simon M. - University of Technology Aachen - Software Engineering, Incremental Integration.
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  • Bednarik, Roman - University of Joensuu, Finland - HCI, Eye movement research, Usability, CS education.
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  • Bennett, Charles H. - IBM Research - Quantum information and computation theory.
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  • Bergamaschi, Sonia - Universities of Modena and of Bologna - Inferential techniques for databases, object oriented methods in knowledge representation and databases.
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  • Bernstein, D. J. - University of Illinois, Chicago - Computer hardware, Data structures, Fast arithmetic, Number theory, Networking
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  • Bernstein, Herbert J. - Dowling College - Bioinformatics, data representation, molecular graphics, laboratory automation, numerical linear algebra, networking and data communications, software engineering.
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  • Bertozzi, Massimo - University of Parma - Computer vision, learning in vision, artificial intelligence.
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  • Bhattacharyya, Pushpak - Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay - Neural Network Theory and Applications, Formal and Empirical Machine Learning, Natural Language Understanding, Distributed Artificial Intelligence.
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  • Blackwell, Alan - University of Cambridge - Human-computer interaction, visual interaction.
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  • Blair, Michael R. - MIT - Dynamically adaptive profile-guided specialization, partial evaluation, program analysis, compilation, type theory, subtyping.
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  • Blelloch, Guy - Carnegie Mellon - Thread scheduling, parallel algorithms, NESL, provably efficient language implementations, multiprocessor garbage collection.
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  • Boisvert, Ronald F. - NIST - Numerical solution of partial differential equations, mathematical software, and information services that support computational science.
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  • Borning, Alan - University of Washington - Human-computer interaction, constraint-based languages and systems, and land use, transportation, and environmental modeling.
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  • Bowen, Jonathan - London South Bank University - Formal methods, history of computing, online museums.
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  • Bradfield, Julian - University of Edinburgh - Verification using temporal logics, computer-aided verification of potentially infinite systems, logics for true concurrency.
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  • Brajnik, Giorgio - University of Udine - Human-computer interfaces for information access, knowledge representation and reasoning about dynamical systems.
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  • Brandt, Felix - Stanford University, California. Multiagent systems, preference aggregation, auctions, voting, cryptographic protocols, mechanism design, artificial intelligence, and game theory.
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  • Brankovic, Ljiljana - University of Newcastle - Security of statistical databases.
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  • Breugel, Franck van - York University, Ontario - Concurrent programming languages, semantics, specification languages.
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  • Briot, Jean-Pierre - Laboratoire d'Informatique de Paris - Object-oriented programming, concurrency/parallelism, distributed programming, flexible and adaptive programs, meta-programming and reflection, artificial intelligence, multi-agent systems, software agents, mobile agents, artificial life, computer music.
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  • Briscoe, Ted - University of Cambridge - Speech and language processing, computational linguistics.
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  • Bruce, Kim B. - Williams College - Semantics and design of programming languages, type theory, object-oriented languages, models of higher-order lambda calculus including subtypes and bounded polymorphism.
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  • Bryant, Barrett R. - University of Alabama at Birmingham - Programming languages, compiler design, formal semantics, object-oriented technology.
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  • Bultan, Tevfik - University of California, Santa Barbara - Computer aided verification, formal methods, static analysis, model checking.
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  • Bundy, Alan - University of Edinburg - Understanding the structure of mathematical proofs using proof plans, automated theorem proving.
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