Martin Fischer: Background Information: Awards & Honors
1986: Rotary Foundation Scholar
1992 to present: Sigma Xi, Member
1993: Dana Adams Griffin Fund Award, Stanford University
1994 to 1997: Research Initiation Award, National Science Foundation
1995 to 1997: Leavell Family Faculty Scholar, Stanford University
1996 to 2000: NSF CAREER Award
1997: Engineering News Record Top 25 Newsmaker in 1996
1997: Hoefer Prize for Excellence in Undergraduate Writing (for guidance of Rahul Young), Stanford University
1997: Charles Lee Powell Foundation Faculty Research Grant, Stanford University
1997: Listed in Marquis Who's Who in Science and Engineering
1997 & 1998: Invited to NAE Annual Symposium on "Frontiers in Engineering"
1998: Hoefer Prize for Excellence in Undergraduate Writing (for guidance of Jon Wells), Stanford University
1998: Advisor of Merit for Exemplary Contributions to Undergraduate Advising, Stanford University
1999: Eugene L. Grant Award for Excellence in Teaching
1999 to 2001: David Filo and Jerry Yang Faculty Scholar
2000: Eminent Scholar, M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of Building Construction, University of Florida
2000: Best Paper Award at AID'00 for the paper:
Haymaker, J., Ackermann, E., and Fischer, M. "Meaning Mediated Mechanism: A Prototype for Constructing and Negotiating Meaning in Collaborative Design," 6th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Design, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 691-715.
2002: JCCE Best Paper Award for the paper:
Akinci, B., Fischer, M., Levitt, R., and Carlson, B. (2002). "Formalization and Automation of Time-Space Conflict Analysis," Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, ASCE, 16(2), 124-135.
2005: Hoefer Prize for Excellence in Undergraduate Writing (for guidance of Laura Surma), Stanford University
2006: Senior Fellow, Design Futures Council  

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