Brown University offers two special graduate fellowships that were established in memory of Paris Kanellakis, a Brown computer science faculty member who died in a tragic plane accident on December 20, 1995. A special web page is maintained at Brown as a memorial to Paris and his family. The Kanellakis fellowships are the result of a generous donation from General and Mrs. Kanellakis, Paris' father and mother. They are awarded to students accepted into the PhD program in computer science. In keeping with the wishes of General and Mrs. Kanellakis, we prefer to award these fellowships to students from Greece whenever possible.
The Kanellakis family also made a donation to MIT, where Paris received his PhD in computer science, to support graduate student fellowships. A web page describes the MIT program.
Previous Kanellakis Fellowship Recipients
2012-13 Michail Michailidis
2011-12 Alexandra Papoutsaki 2010-11 Arjun Guha
2009-10 Foteini Baldimtsi
Shay Mozes (summer)
Warren Schudy (summer)
2008-9 Charalampos Papamanthou
2007-8 Charalampos Papamanthou
2006-7 Daniel Acevedo Feliz
Glencora L. Borradaile
Eric Ely Rachlin
2005-6 Aris Anagnostopoulos 2004-5 Aris Anagnostopoulos
2003-4 Christos Amanatidis
2002-3 Olga Papaemmanouil 2001-2 Aris Anagnostopoulos
2000-1 Aris Anagnostopoulos
1999-0 Costas Busch
Emmanuel Manos Renieris
1998-9 Ioannis Tsochantaridis 1997-8 Emmanuel Manos Renieris
- Recipients of Kanellakis Fellowships are chosen by a committee of the faculty. For more information, contact Prof. Maurice Herlihy.