- Milestones in Computer Algebra
Conference held celebrating the research of Erich Kaltofen,
University of Waterloo, Canada,
July 16-18, 2016
- ACM Fellow,
- ACM SIGSAM's ISSAC 2005 Distinguished Paper Award
for my paper ``On the complexity of factoring bivariate supersparse (lacunary) polynomials''
with Pascal Koiran
presented at the International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation
in Beijing, China in July 2005.
- Early Career Award, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, April 1989.
- IBM Faculty Development Award, July 1985.
- Joaquin B. Diaz Prize for best graduate student in Mathematical Sciences
at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, May 1982.
- Fulbright Exchange Student Award, July 1977.
- Bronze Medal
at the International Mathematical Olympiad
1972 and 1974.
- Top ranked author in Scientific Computing,
Microsoft Academic Search,
- Remarks on the Rubik's Cube problem
cited by Pat Greenhouse
Boston Globe June 25, 2007.
- Listed among
``Most cited authors in Computer Science,''
- Appeared in the video ``Invitation to Discover'' promoting the
Mathematical Sciences Research Institute at Berkeley;
the interview was filmed by George Csicsery
in the Treasurer's office at the National Academy of Sciences
in Washington, D.C. on October 29, 2001.
- Remarks on the US government's ``Clipper Chip'' proposal cited
by I. Clements in ``Proposed Decoding Device Generates Debate,''
The Sunday Gazette, December 26, 1993.
- Observations on symbolic computation technology cited by D. Bjerklie
in ``Crunching Symbols,''
in the Trends section of Technology Review 95/3, pp. 15-16,
- Work on randomized algebraic algorithms cited by T. A. Heppenheimer
in ``Symbolic Manipulation Computer Algebra,'' MOSAIC 22/4,
p. 34, Winter 1991.
- Remarks on cryptography cited by O. Anderson in the Special
Report ``Encryption affords highest security for computers,''
Capital District Business Review, December 7-13, 1988,
- Listed in American Men and Women of Science, two most recent editions.
- Listed in Who's Who in the East, 24th edition.
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