Student Prize Competition
To be eligible you must be a student and must be giving an oral presentation or be the presenting author for a poster.
Each of the prizes will be judged by a panel that will do its best to attend all relevant student presentations. We are asking students to self-identify themselves during the registration procedure and let the Conference Organisers know if you wish to be considered.
Three separate competitions will be held for undergraduate and graduate students:
1. The Best AMMCS-2011 Poster. To be eligible, the student must be a co-author of the work presented and a designer of the poster. This competition will include a 10 minute discussion related to the content of the poster with a judging panel. The scheduling for the poster presentations will appear in the final program.
2. The Best AMMCS-2011 Student Paper in a Special Session. To be eligible, the student must be a co-author of the work and present it during one of the Special Sessions or Minisymposia.
3. The Best AMMCS-2011 Student Paper in a Contributed Session. To be eligible, the student must be a co-author of the work and present it during one of the Contributed Sessions.
The prizes consist of a Diploma, a monetary prize of $200 and a Maple 15 Box (courtesy of Maplesoft).
Several other awards are available for Young Researchers, including postdoctoral fellows. Follow this link for more details.