[hpc-announce] PRACE HPC Excellence Award - Call for nominations are open

Marjolein Oorsprong m.oorsprong at staff.prace-ri.eu
Wed May 4 09:29:22 CDT 2022

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** Call for nominations to the PRACE HPC Excellence Award **

The newly created PRACE HPC Excellence Award recognises an outstanding individual or team for ground-breaking research that leads to significant scientific advances through the usage of HPC. The award can be given to any individual or team that demonstrates that the work has been communicated and peer-reviewed within five years preceding the nomination deadline.

The winner will receive a prize sum of 20 000 EUR, and a plenary speaking slot at the PASC22 conference in Zurich, where the 2022 edition of the Award will be presented.

Nominations should not exceed more than 6 pages and will be accepted until 20 May. The winner will be notified by 6 June.

The members of the Prize Committee are:

* Dr Laura Grigori, INRIA (Chair of the Prize Committee, and former Chair of the PRACE Scientific Steering Committee)
* Prof. George Biros, University of Texas at Austin
* Prof. Jack Dongarra, University of Tennessee
* Prof. Erik Lindahl, Stockholm University
* Prof. Nathalie Reuter, University of Bergen (Chair of the PRACE Scientific Steering Committee)
* Prof. Matej Praprotnik, National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana (Member of the PRACE Scientific Steering Committee)

More information and details on how to submit nominations here: https://prace-ri.eu/about/prace-awards/pracedaysawards/prace-hpc-excellence-award/


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