SIAM Student Paper Prize
The SIAM Student Paper Prizes are awarded every year to the student author(s) of the most outstanding paper(s) submitted to the SIAM Student Paper Competition. This award is based solely on the merit and content of the student's contribution to the submitted paper.
The purpose of the Student Paper Prizes is to recognize outstanding scholarship by students in applied mathematics or computing.
Eligibility is restricted to students in good standing who do not yet hold the degree of PhD on the application deadline.
A student may submit only one paper for consideration in any year.
Submissions may be based on co-authored papers, provided that each PhD-holding co-author writes a letter attesting to the student's (students') pivotal role and contributions to the results.
Papers entered in the competition must have already been submitted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal in English. Papers do not need to be published at the time of submission.
Requirements for Submission
To enter the competition, each student author must submit.
(1) an extended abstract in English of the paper. The total length of the submitted abstract (including bibliography) may not exceed five pages.
(2) a short vitae (at most two pages).
(3) the complete paper.
(4) a letter from the Department Chair or Advisor attesting to the fact that the student(s) meet the conditions of the award.
(5) proof that the paper has been submitted for publication.
The student's advisor also must submit a letter that:
(1) describes and evaluates the paper's contribution to the literature and the student's role in the scholarship;
(2) verifies that the student meets the conditions of eligibility for the
Notification of Prize Winners
The SIAM president will notify the recipient(s) at least six weeks before the award date.
Each recipient is required to present his or her paper at the meeting where the prizes are awarded; if attending the meeting poses a serious hardship, an exception may be granted by the SIAM president.
Description of the Award
Each recipient of the SIAM Student Paper Prize shall receive a framed certificate and reimbursement of up to $500 toward travel expenses. A cash prize of $1,000 per paper will be awarded. Up to three awards will be made each year.
Please direct your submission and any questions you may have to Joanna
Littleton at SIAM, 3600 Market Street, 6th Floor, Philadelphia, PA
19104-2688; telephone (215) 382-9800; e-mail to email@example.com.
Revision approved by SIAM Board and Council, July 2005, New Orleans.
- Dirk Gillespie, Rush Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois
"Analytic Current/Voltage Relations of Ion Channels"
- Traian Iliescu, University of Pittsburgh
"Genuinely Nonlinear Models for Convection Dominated Problems"
- David Lutterkort, Purdue University
"Computing Linear Envelopes for Uniform B-Spline Curves"
- Robert Scheichl, University of Bath, United Kingdom
"A Decoupled Iterative Method for Mixed 3D Problems Using Divergence-Free Finite Elements"
- Raphael Hauser, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
"Target Directions for Primal-Dual Interior-Point Methods for Self-Scaled Conic Programming"
- Jian Deng, Brown University, USA
"On the Steady State of Weakly Reversible Chemical Networks"
- Rogério Martins, University of Lisbon, Portugal
"Period Solutions for Second-Order Differential Equations with Singularities and the Strong Force Condition"
- Matthew I. Smith, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
"A Stable Algorithm for Computing Matrix pth Roots"
- Mason A. Porter, Cornell University, USA
"An Introduction to Quantum Chaos"
- Pierre-Antoine Absil, University of Liege, Belgium
"A Grassmann-Rayleigh Quotient Iteration for Computing Invariant Subspaces"
- Dong Eui Chang, California Institute of Technology
"Controlled Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Systems"
- Andreas Waechter, Carnegie Mellon University
"Global and Local Convergence of Line Search Filter Methods for Nonlinear Programming"
- Chek Beng Chua, Cornell University
"A Primal-Dual Second-Order Cone Approximations Algorithm for Symmetrical Cone Programming"
- Michiel Hochstenbach, Utrecht University, Netherlands
"Harmonic and Refined Extraction Methods for the Singular Value Problem with Applications in Least Squares Problems"
- Melvin Leok, California Institute of Technology
"Foundations of Computational Geometric Mechanics"
- Silas D. Alben, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New
"How Flexibility Induces Streamlining in a Two-Dimensional Flow"
- Alfonso Bueno Orovio, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
"Spectral Methods for Partial Differential Equations in Irregular Domains: The Spectral Smoothed Boundary Method"
- Martin Kleinsteuber, University of Würzburg, Germany
"Jacobi's Algorithm on Compact Lie Algebras"
- Boyce E. Griffith, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University
"On the Order of Accuracy of the Immersed Boundary Method: Higher Order Convergence Rates for Sufficiently Smooth Problems"
- Rachel Levy, North Carolina State University
"Kinetics and Nucleation for Driven Thin Film Flow"
- Carolina Cardoso Manica, University of Pittsburgh
"Convergence of Time Averaged Statistics of Finite Element Approximations of the Navier-Stokes Equations"
- Laurent Demanet, California Institute of Technology
"The Curvelet Representation of Wave Propagators is Optimally Sparse "
- Emanuele Viola, Harvard University
"Pseudorandom Bits for Constant Depth Circuits with Few Arbitrary Symmetric Gates "
- Hongchao Zhang, University of Florida
"A New Active Set Algorithm for Box Constrained Optimization "
- Thomas T. Bringley, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University
"Validation of a Simple Method for Representing Spheres and Slender Bodies in an Immersed Boundary
Method for Stokes Flow on an Unbounded Domain"
- Nir Gavish, Tel Aviv University
"Singular Ring Solutions of Critical and Supercritical Nonlinear Schroedinger Equations"
- Kristoffer G. van der Zee, Delft University of Technology
"An H1(Ph)-Coercive Discontinuous Galerkin Formulation for the Poisson Problem: 1-D Analysis"
- Jeremy Brandman, University of California at Los Angeles
"A Level-Set Method for Computing the Eigenvalues of Elliptic Operators Defined on Closed Surfaces"
Roland Griesmaier, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany
"An Asymptotic Factorization Method for Inverse Electromagnetic Scattering in Layered Media"
- David Ketcheson, University of Washington
"Highly Efficient Strong Stability Preserving Runge-Kutta Methods with Low Storage Implementations"
- Awad H. Al-Mohy, University of Manchester, UK
"A New Scaling and Squaring Algorithm for the Matrix Exponential"
- Jie Chen, University of Minnesota
"On the Tensor SVD and the Optimal Low Rank Orthogonal Approximation of Tensors"
- Shun Zhang, Purdue University
"Recovery-Based Error Estimator for Interface Problems: Conforming Linear Elements"
- Bubacarr Bah, University of Edinburgh, UK
"Improved Restricted Isometry Constant Bounds for Gaussian Matrices"
- Russell Carden, Rice University
"A Simple Algorithm for the Inverse Field of Values Problem"
- Karin Leiderman, University of Utah
"Grow with the Flow: A Spatial-Temporal Model of Platelet Deposition and Blood Coagulation
- Necdet Serhat Aybat, Columbia University
"Unified Approach for Minimizing Composite Norms"
- Sungwoo Park, University of Maryland, College Park
"Portfolio Selection Using Tikhonov Filtering to Estimate the Covariance Matrix"
- Xiangxiong Zhang, Brown University
"On Maximum-Principle-Satisfying High Order Schemes for Scalar Conservation Laws"
- Brittany D. Froese, Simon Fraser University, Canada
"Convergent Finite Difference Solvers for Viscosity Solutions of the Elliptic Monge-Ampere Equation in Dimensions Two and Higher"
- Stefanie Hollborn, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany
"Reconstructions from Backscatter Data in Electric Impedance Tomography"
- Marina Moraiti, University of Pittsburgh
"On the Quasistatic Approximation in the Stokes-Darcy Model of Groundwater-Surface Water Flows"
- Joscha Gedicke, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany
“An Adaptive Finite Element Eigenvalue Solver of Asymptotic Quasi-Optimal Computational Complexity”
- Keiichi Morikuni, The Graduate University for Advanced Studies (Sokendai), Japan
“Inner-Iteration Krylov Subspace Methods for Least Squares Problems”
- Vladislav Voroninski, University of California, Berkeley
“PhaseLift: Exact and Stable Signal Recovery from Magnitude Measurements via Convex Programming”
- Sean P. Cornelius, Northwestern University, USA
"Realistic Control of Network Dynamics"
- Carlos Fernandez-Granda, Stanford University, USA
"Towards a Mathematical Theory of Super-Resolution"
- Iain Smears, Oxford University, United Kingdom
"Discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element Approximation of Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman Equations with Cordès Coefficients"
- Andrii Dmytryshyn, Umeå University, Sweden
“Coupled Sylvester-type Matrix Equations and Block Diagonalization”
- Yura Malitsky, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine
“Projected Reflected Gradient Methods for Monotone Variational Inequalities”
- Giang Thi Tra Tran, University of California Los Angeles
“An L1 Penalty Method for General Obstacle Problems”
- Mario Berljafa, University of Manchester, UK
“Generalized Rational Krylov Decompositions with an Application to Rational Approximation”
- Natalie Stanley, UNC at Chapel Hill
“Clustering Network Layers with the Strata Multilayer Stochastic Block Model”
- Fatma Terzioglu, Texas A&M University
“Some Inversion Formulas for the Cone Transform”
- Zachary J. Grant, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
“Explicit Strong Stability Preserving Multistage Two-Derivative Time-Stepping Schemes”
- Bamdad Hosseini, Simon Fraser University
“Well-posed Bayesian Inverse Problems: Priors with Exponential Tails”
- Shuyang Ling, University of California Davis
“Self-Calibration and Biconvex Compressive Sensing”
The next award will be made in 2017.