Zoran Obradovic has been named a Distinguished Speaker for the ACM

Prof. Zoran Obradovic has been named a Distinguished Speaker for the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). His term as a Distinguished Speaker is for three years. ACM's Distinguished Speaker Program (DSP) is a highly visible way for ACM members to engage with emerging professionals, students and, in some cases, the public on a range of topics in computing. The DSP Committee votes on the acceptability of a nominated speaker, based on his or her CV, most recent three years' talks/speeches/short courses/presentations, and minimum of five years experience.