Lixia's Honors and Awards


2018

Acknowledged as one of the top 100 US computer scientists based on publication H-Index.

2015

Selected to be on the N2Women list of "10 Women You Should Know In Networking and Communications"

2014

"The Shape and Size of Threats: Defining a Networked System's Attack Surface" received Best Paper Award from IEEE Workshop on Secure Network Protocols 2014.

Featured on the 4 of Diamonds in the Playing Card Deck of Notable Women in Computing.

2012

Named to Jonathan B. Postel Chair in Computer Science

2010

"Investigating occurrence of duplicate updates in BGP announcements" received Best Paper Award from PAM 2010 (Passive and Active Measurement Conference).

2009

IEEE Internet Award

2006

ACM Fellow

IEEE Fellow

2005

"Timer Interaction in Route Flap Damping" received Best Paper Award at IEEE International Conference On Distributed Computing Systems.

2002

"RSVP: A New Resource ReSerVation Protocol"selected by the IEEE Communication Society as one of the ten Landmark articles for reprint in the 50th Anniversary Issue of IEEE Communication Magazine.

1998

Okawa Foundation Research Award

1994

Xerox Excellence in Science and Technology Award

1986

"Why TCP Timers Don't Work Well" received ACM SIGCOMM 1986 Best Student Paper Award.