The ICIAM Prize Committee for 2023 calls for nominations for the six ICIAM Prizes to be awarded in 2023: the Collatz Prize, the Lagrange Prize, the Maxwell Prize, the Pioneer Prize, the Su Buchin Prize, and the Industry Prize. Each ICIAM Prize has its own special character, but each one is truly international in character. Read about the prizes at http://www.iciam.org/iciam-prizes.
Nominations are therefore welcomed from every part of the world. A nomination should take into account the specifications for a particular prize, and should contain the following information:
- Full name and address of person nominated
- Web home page if any.
- Name of particular ICIAM Prize.
- Justification for nomination (cite nominator’s reason for considering candidate to be deserving, including explanations of the scientific and practical influence of the candidate’s work and publications).
- Proposed citation (concise statement about the outstanding contribution in fewer than 250 words).
- CV of the nominee.
- 2–3 letters of support from experts in the field and/or 2–3 names of experts to be consulted by the Prize Committee.
- Name and contact details of the proposer.
Nominations should be made electronically through https://iciamprizes.org/. The deadline for nominations is September 1st, 2021.
Please contact Ya-xiang Yuan, ICIAM President (email firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any question regarding the nomination procedure.
ICIAM, the International Council for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, is the world organization for applied and industrial mathematics. It is a “society of societies,” with members from all around the world, based in more than 30 countries. The IMS is an associate member (we have other interests, but significant activity in applied and/or industrial mathematics). Read more at www.iciam.org.
The next ICIAM Congress, ICIAM 2023, will take place at Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan, August 20–25, 2023. Organizers say, “We have begun organizing ICIAM 2023. Despite the recent surge of Covid-19 cases in Japan, organizing committee members are working with high spirits. The Congress website will soon be opened, where you will find more details.”