A Johns Hopkins University astrophysicist and computer scientist who is a national leader in the advancing understanding of the role of computing in discovery across a wide range of scientific disciplines was today recognized by the Microsoft Corporation with a Jim Gray eScience Award. Alexander Szalay, the Alumni Centennial Professor at The Johns Hopkins University and director of the university's Institute for Data Intensive Engineering and Science, will receive the award this week during Microsoft's annual eScience Workshop, held this week in Stockholm, Sweden. Established in 2008 as a tribute to the late Jim Gray, a Technical Fellow for Microsoft Research who disappeared at sea in 2007, the award recognizes a researcher who has made outstanding contributions to the field of data-intensive computing.
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