- Nominator’s letter of recommendation for candidate
- Candidate’s CV
- Two or three letters of support from experts in the field

Université Pierre Et Marie Curie

North Carolina State University

Robert Lipton

Louisiana State University

Louisiana State University

Kirsten Morris

University of Waterloo

University of Waterloo

Helena J. Nussenzveig Lopes

Universidade Federal Do Rio De Janeiro

Universidade Federal Do Rio De Janeiro

The W. T. and Idalia Reid Prize includes a $10,000 monetary prize and an engraved medal. The recipient will be invited to deliver a plenary lecture at the meeting where the award is made. SIAM will reimburse the recipient for reasonable travel expenses incurred in giving the lecture.

The W.T. and Idalia Reid Prize will next be awarded at the 2023 SIAM Conference on Control and Its Applications.

When the prize is awarded at the SIAM Annual Meeting, the prize will be presented by the President at the Prizes and Awards Luncheon. The announcement of the award will appear in *SIAM News*, the SIAM website, and appropriate electronic media.

The initial funds for this prize were contributed from the estate of Idalia Reid.

The 2022 W.T. and Idalia Reid Prize is awarded to Enrique Zuazua for fundamental theoretical and computational contributions to the Control, Numerics and Analysis of nonlinear PDEs and multi-physical systems with impactful scientific and industrial applications.

Lorenz Biegler (Chair)

Alina Chertock

Jean-Michel Coron

Robert Lipton

Helena J. Nussenzveig Lopes

The 2021 W.T. and Idalia Reid Prize is awarded to Karl Kunisch for his fundamental and lasting theoretical, numerical and computational contributions to nearly all aspects of PDE control theory, infinite dimensional optimization and applications to complex systems.

Maria Esteban (Chair)

Lorenz Biegler

Alina Chertock

Jean-Michel Coron

Robert Lipton

The 2020 W.T. and Idalia Reid Prize is awarded to Roland Glowinski for seminal and fundamental contributions to the controllability for hyperbolic problems, indicating the need for developing efficient filtering methods to attenuate the effect of high frequency spurious components, and explaining how this could be done using a Tychonoff regularization procedure of the discrete models and a two-grid approach in the finite element setting.

Maria Esteban (Chair)

Lorenz Biegler

Jean-Michel Coron

Alina Chertock

Robert Lipton

The 2019 W.T. and Idalia Reid Prize is awarded to Miroslave Krstić for outstanding contributions to control and stabilization of nonlinear deterministic and stochastic dynamical systems governed by ordinary differential, functional differential, and partial differential equations. In addition to high-level theoretical work, he has developed applications in engineering, mechanics, and industry.

Boris Mordukhovich (Chair)

Lorenz Biegler

Suncica Canic

Jean-Michel Coron

Maria Esteban

The 2018 W. T. and Idalia Reid Prize is awarded to Volker Mehrmann for his fundamental contributions to the broad area of differential-algebraic equations, their control and optimization,and their practical applications. Volker Mehrmann is a specialist in numerics and theory related in particular to the vast area of differential-algebraic equations and their control and optimization. He has been linked to important efforts to study numerical pencils and design performant algorithms for the approximation of nonlinear eigenvalue problems. He has been part of the very important SLICOT project and also of other projects leading to important toolboxes in MATLAB, addressing issues related to differential-algebraic problems and control systems theory. His impact and influence on a very large community is spectacular. Coming from the field of algebra, he has evolved towards the study of differential-algebraic equations, being one of the main founders of the corresponding theory, and also towards the search for efficient and important algorithms linked to the control of linear systems, matrix pencils, etc. Together with a large group of students, post-docs, and collaborators, he has interacted strongly with industry, being able to solve concrete problems posed mainly by German and European industry.

Boris Mordukhovich (Chair)

Maria Esteban

Kirsten Morris

The 2017 W. T. and Idalia Reid Prize is awarded to Jean-Michel Coron for fundamental contributions with lasting impact to both the analysis and control of nonlinear ordinary and partial differential equations, and in particular the Coron return method for feedback stabilization of nonlinear systems using time-varying controls, as well as applications of control theory to practical problems.

Ricardo Nochetto (Chair)

Peter Benner

Suncica Canic

Maria Esteban

Boris Mordukhovich

The 2016 W. T. and Idalia Reid Prize is awarded to Ioannis G. Kevrekidis for his pioneering work on the "equation-free" framework for computational study of complex dynamical systems, and for his many contributions to control theory and its applications.

Michael Weinstein (Chair)

Peter Benner

Suncica Canic

Boris Mordukhovich

Ricardo Nochetto

The 2015 W.T. and Idalia Reid Prize is awarded to Francis Clarke for his pioneering and influential work on the analysis of generalized derivatives and subdifferentials and for its applications in PDE optimization and control of nonsmooth systems.

Suzanne Lenhart (Chair)

Peter Benner

Boris Mordukhovich

Ricardo Nochetto

Michael Weinstein

The 2014 W. T. and Idalia Reid Prize is awarded to Alain Bensoussan for his fundamental contributions in partial differential equations, deterministic as well as stochastic, including applications in filtering, stochastic and impulsive control, optimal stopping, variational inequalities and mean field game theory.

Suzanne Lenhart (Chair)

Peter Benner

Irena Lasiecka

Ricardo Nochetto

Michael Weinstein

Gang George Yin (Chair)

Alain Bensoussan

Suzanne Lenhart

Ricardo Nochetto

Michael Weinstein

Jim Cushing (Chair)

Alain Bensoussan

Suzanne Lenhart

Gang George Yin

John Mallet-Paret (Chair)

Alain Bensoussan

Jim M. Cushing

Suzanne Lenhart

Gang George Yin

H. T. Banks

Chris Byrnes

Jim Cushing

Terry Herdman

John Mallet-Paret

H. T. Banks

Chris Byrnes

Jim Cushing

Terry Herdman

John Mallet-Paret

Chris Byrnes

Jim Cushing

Terry Herdman

John Mallet-Paret

H. T. Banks

Terry Herdman

James Keener

Alan Laub

John Mallet-Paret

H. T. Banks (Chair)

Max Gunzburger

Terry Herdman

James Keener

Alan Laub

John Burns (Chair)

H. T. Banks

Max Gunzburger

James Keener

Alan Laub

John Burns (Chair)

H. T. Banks

Max Gunzburger

James Keener

Alan Laub

John Burns (Chair)

H. T. Banks

Max Gunzburger

James Keener

Alan Laub

John Burns (Chair)

Ruth Curtain

James Glimm

Max Gunzburger

Arthur Krener

John Burns (Chair)

Ruth Curtain

James Glimm

John Guckenheimer

Arthur Krener

John Burns

H. T. Banks

James Glimm

John Guckenheimer

Arthur Krener

John Burns

H. T. Banks

Wendell Fleming

Franz Kappel

Richard Miller

John Burns

Wendell Fleming

Franz Kappel

Richard Miller

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