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Mathematics | The Springer CSE Prize: Now Accepting Nominations

The Springer CSE Prize: Now Accepting Nominations

In the years 2009 and 2011, Springer has awarded a prize to scientists in the field of computational science and engineering. Now the time has come to send in nominations for the 2013 prize. These should conform to the following guidelines and conditions:

Guidelines, Conditions and More Information: 

1. The Springer CSE Prize will be given to a team of at least two
scientists. The scientific background of the team members should
arise from at least two different fields of science, and they
should not have reached 40 years of age by the date of the proposal
submission deadline. They should have distinguished themselves by
an instance of outstanding research in CSE, possibly documented by
a publication.
2. The prize winning team will be selected by the editors of the book
series Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering.
3 The award amount is US $ 10000.
4. The deadline for the 2013 prize nominations is 31st May,
2013. Nominations should be sent, preferable by e-mail, to Martin
Peters, Springer, Tiergartenstr. 17, 69121 Heidelberg, Germany,
Martin.Peters@springer.com . Nominations should include basic
biographical information on the candidates including the dates of
birth, plus a description of the scientific result on not more than
4 A4-size pages. In particular, the impact that the nominated work
already had and the impact that it will probably have should be
clearly described.Self-nominations are allowed.

Previous Winners 

2009: Phuong Huynh, Ngoc-Cuong Nguyen and Gianluigi Rozza.
2011: Laura Alisic, Carsten Burstedde and Georg Stadler.