Young Researcher Award

Information-Based Complexity Young Researcher Award


2014 Award nomination deadline: September 30, 2014


This new annual award is for significant contributions to information-based complexity by a young researcher. The prize will consist of $1000 and a plaque and will be awarded at a suitable location.

Any researcher who has not reached their 35th birthday by September 30th the year of the award is eligible.

The members of the Award Committee would appreciate nominations. These can be sent to Joseph F. Traub via email at traub@cs.columbia.edu. However, a person does not have to be nominated to win the award.

The award can be for work done in a single year or a number of years. The work can be published in any journal, number of journals or monographs.


2003  INFORMATION-BASED COMPLEXITY
YOUNG RESEARCHER AWARD

Dr. Frances Kuo, School of Mathematics, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia is the first winner of this new annual award.  It is  given for significant contributions to information-based complexity by a young researcher who has not reached their 35th birthday by September 30th the year of the award. The prize consists of $1000 and a plaque.  The award was presented at Workshop on Algorithms and Complexity for Continuous problems at Schloss Dagstuhl in September 2004.

2004  INFORMATION-BASED COMPLEXITY
YOUNG RESEARCHER AWARD

Christiane Lemieux, Department of Mathematics, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and Josef Dick, School of Mathematics, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia are the co-winners of this annual award. Each recipient of the award will receive $500 and a plaque.

2005  INFORMATION-BASED COMPLEXITY
YOUNG RESEARCHER AWARD

Friedrich Pillichshammer, Institute for Financial Mathematics, University of Linz, Austria, is the winner of this annual award. The prize consists of $1000 and a plaque.  The award will be presented at the Algorithms and Complexity for Continuous Problems Workshop, Schloss Dagstuhl, Germany, in September 2006.

2006  INFORMATION-BASED COMPLEXITY
YOUNG RESEARCHER AWARD

Jakob Creutzig, TU Darmstadt, Germany and Dirk Nuyens, Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium, are the co-winners of this annual award.  The award carries a prize of $1000 and a plaque. The prize will be divided between the winners and the plaques will be presented at a suitable location.

2007  INFORMATION-BASED COMPLEXITY
YOUNG RESEARCHER AWARD

Andreas Neuenkirch, Department of Mathematics, University of Frankfurt, Germany, is the winner of this annual award. The award carries a prize of $1000 and a plaque. The award will be presented on a suitable occasion.

2008  INFORMATION-BASED COMPLEXITY
YOUNG RESEARCHER AWARD

Jan Vybiral, University of Jena, Germany, is the winner of this annual award. The award carries a prize of $1000 and a plaque. The award will be presented at the Algorithms and Complexity for Continuous Problems Workshop, Schloss Dagstuhl, Germany, in September 2009.

2009  INFORMATION-BASED COMPLEXITY
YOUNG RESEARCHER AWARD

Steffen Dereich, TU Berlin, Germany, is the winner of this annual award. The award carries a prize of $1000 and a plaque. The award will be presented at MCQMC 2010, Warsaw, in August 2010.

2010  INFORMATION-BASED COMPLEXITY
YOUNG RESEARCHER AWARD

Daniel Rudolph, University of Jena, Germany, is the winner of this annual award. The award carries a prize of $1000 and a plaque. The award will be presented at 2011 FoCM, Budapest, in July 2011.

2011  INFORMATION-BASED COMPLEXITY
YOUNG RESEARCHER AWARD

Peter Kritzer, University of Linz, Austria, is the winner of this annual award. The award carries a prize of $1000 and a plaque.

2012  INFORMATION-BASED COMPLEXITY
YOUNG RESEARCHER AWARD

Pawel Przybylowicz, AGH University of Science and Technology, Cracow, Poland, is the winner of this annual award. The award carries a prize of $1000 and a plaque.

2013  INFORMATION-BASED COMPLEXITY
YOUNG RESEARCHER AWARD

Christoph Aistleitner, Department of Analysis and Computational Number Theory, Technische Universitat Graz, Austria, is the winner of this annual award. The award carries a prize of $1000 and a plaque.