JEWISH RECIPIENTS OF THE EATCS & ACM EDSGER W. DIJKSTRA PRIZE
IN DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING

   (48% of recipients)

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Listed below are recipients of the European Association for Theoretical Computer Science and the Association for Computing Machinery's Edsger W. Dijkstra Prize who are Jewish or of half-Jewish descent, as noted.  The Dijkstra Prize is awarded for an outstanding paper on the principles of distributed computing.  Israelis constitute about one-third of all recipients.   
  • Leslie Lamport (2000)
  • Philip Spira (2004)
  • Leslie Lamport (2005)
  • Robert Shostak (2005)
  • Cynthia Dwork (2007)
  • Baruch Awerbuch (2008)
  • David Peleg (2008)
  • Joseph Halpern (2009)
  • Yoram Moses (2009)
  • Sam Toueg (2010)
  • Hagit Attiya (2011)
  • Amotz Bar-Noy (2011)
  • Danny Dolev (2011)
  • Nir Shavit (2012)
  • Dan Touitou (2012)
  • Nati Linial (2013)
  • Leslie Lamport (2014)
  • Michael Ben-Or (2015)
  • Michael Rabin (2015)
  • Noga Alon (2016)
  • Alon Itai (2016)
  • Elizabeth Borowsky 1 (2017)
  • Eli Gafni (2017)
  • Bowen Alpern 2 (2018)
  • Fred Schneider (2018)
  • Scott Smolka (2021)
  • Michael Ben-Or (2023)
  • David Chaum (2023)
  • Shafi Goldwasser (2023)
  • Tal Rabin (2023)
  • Avi Wigderson (2023)
NOTES
1. Jewish father.
2. Jewish father.

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