Microsoft researchers earn 2009 Young Innovator award

Microsoft innovators cited recognition from Technology Review magazine for their work in information retrieval and human-computer interaction. “Jaime Teevan, 32, was named a 2009 Young Innovator by the magazine for her work using personal data to help improve search results. Shahram Izadi, 33, earned the same honor for his research into alternatives to using mice and keyboards.” Technology […]

Microsoft innovators cited recognition from Technology Review magazine for their work in information retrieval and human-computer interaction. “Jaime Teevan, 32, was named a 2009 Young Innovator by the magazine for her work using personal data to help improve search results. Shahram Izadi, 33, earned the same honor for his research into alternatives to using mice and keyboards.” Technology Review is published by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and focuses on innovation and new and emerging technologies. The honorees represent disciplines spanning computing, communications, electronics, nanotechnology and medicine, PressPass.