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SIG awards - see full list on web pageACM SIGsDeadlines may varyhttp://bit.ly/2xyhXvw
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List of awards - includes Feigenbaum Prize (2018)AAAIDeadlines may varyhttp://bit.ly/2wK2bA2
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Distinguished ServiceAAAISeptember 28Current members of AAAIThe AAAI Distinguished Service award recognizes one individual each year for extraordinary service to the AI community. Areas of service include: society service, service as an editor, conference organization, representation of AI in other organizations or influential service as a government agency contract monitor or program director, resulting in positive effects on the field of AI.http://bit.ly/2tH5DaS
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Feigenbaum PrizeAAAISeptember 28Outstanding Artificial Intelligence research advances that are made by using experimental methodsThe AAAI Feigenbaum Prize is awarded biennially to recognize and encourage outstanding Artificial Intelligence research advances that are made by using experimental methods of computer science. The Feigenbaum Prize may be given for a sustained record of high-impact seminal contributions to experimental AI research; or it may be given to reward singular remarkable innovation and achievement in experimental AI research.https://bit.ly/2wMIFAT
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Fellows ProgramAAAISeptember 28Significant, sustained contributions to the field of artificial intelligenceUsually only members who have made contributions to the field for a decade or more will be selected in any year. A Fellow may be recognized for individual technical contributions or for having performed significant extended service for the AAAI. Evidence of technical contribution will often be in the form of technical results and publications, but other evidence will also be considered, such as patent awards or statements of longstanding contribution to an industrial group effort.http://bit.ly/1XMzF6K
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Outstanding EducatorAAAI/EAAISeptember 28Major contributions to AI education that provide long-lasting benefits to the AI communityThe annual AAAI/EAAI Outstanding Educator award was created in 2016 to honor a person (or group of people) who has made major contributions to AI education that provide long-lasting benefits to the AI community. Examples include innovating teaching methods, providing service to the AI education community, generating pedagogical resources, designing curricula, and educating students outside of higher education venues (or the general public) about AI.http://bit.ly/2tABJ9M
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Vannevar Bush AwardNSFSeptember 28US Citizen, Involved in public service activities within science and technologyThe Vannevar Bush Award honors truly exceptional lifelong leaders in science and technology who have made substantial contributions to the welfare of the Nation through public service activities in science, technology, and public policy. The award was established in 1980 in the memory of Vannevar Bush, who served as a science advisor to President Franklin Roosevelt during World War II, helped to establish Federal funding for science and engineering as a national priority during peacetime, and was behind the creation of the National Science Foundation.https://bit.ly/2u2eGCQ
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Charles BabbageIEEE Computer SocietyOctober 1Significant contributions in parallel computationEstablished in memory of Charles Babbage in recognition of significant contributions in the field of parallel computation. The candidate would have made an outstanding, innovative contribution or contributions to parallel computation. It is hoped, but not required, that the winner will have also contributed to the parallel computation community through teaching, mentoring, or community service.https://bit.ly/2x0MQcN
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Computer Entrepreneur AwardIEEE Computer SocietyOctober 1Honors the technical and entrepreneurial leaders who are responsible for the growth of the computer industryIn 1982, on the occasion of its thirtieth anniversary, the IEEE Computer Society established the Computer Entrepreneur Award to recognize and honor the technical managers and entrepreneurial leaders who are responsible for the growth of some segment of the computer industry.http://bit.ly/2skMzSr
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Computer Pioneer AwardIEEE Computer SocietyOctober 1Honors individuals whose contributions to the development of the computer field occur at least 15 years earlierThe Computer Pioneer was established in 1981 by the Board of Governors of the IEEE Computer Society to recognize and honor the vision of those people whose efforts resulted in the creation and continued vitality of the computer industry. The award is presented to outstanding individuals whose main contribution to the concepts and development of the computer field was made at least fifteen years earlier.http://bit.ly/2u2seya
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Harlan Mills AwardIEEE Computer SocietyOctober 1Researchers and practitioners who have demonstrated long-standing and sustained contributions to the practice of software engineering through the application of sound theoryEstablished in memory of Harlan D. Mills to recognize researchers and practitioners who have demonstrated long-standing, sustained, and impactful contributions to software engineering practice and research through the development and application of sound theory. This technical award was first given in 1999. The award consists of a $3,000 honorarium, museum-quality memento, and a possible invited talk during the week of the annual International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), co-sponsored by IEEE Computer Society Technical Council on Software Engineering (TCSE).https://bit.ly/1O2dnMy
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Harry H. Goode Memorial AwardIEEE Computer SocietyOctober 1Achievements in the information processing fieldA bronze medal and $2,000 are awarded by the Computer Society on the basis of achievements in the information processing field which are considered either a single contribution of theory, design, or technique of outstanding significance, or the accumulation of important contributions on theory or practice over an extended time period, the total of which represent an outstanding contribution. The award nomination requires a minimum of 3 endorsements.http://bit.ly/2s5AwnN
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Hans Karlsson Standards AwardIEEE Computer SocietyOctober 1Outstanding skills in the development or promotion of standards in the computer industryEstablished in 1992 in memory of Hans Karlsson, chairman and father of the IEEE 1301 family of standards. A plaque and $2,000 honorarium is presented in recognition of outstanding skills and dedication to diplomacy, team facilitation and joint achievement, in the development or promotion of standards in the computer industry where individual aspirations, corporate competition, and organizational rivalry could otherwise be counter to the benefit of society. Eligibility is limited to present or past participants in IEEE CS Standards activities. The award nomination requires a minimum of 3 endorsements.http://bit.ly/1rTNvH4
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Lifetime Service to the Computer Science Education CommunitySIGCSEOctober 1Must be nominated by a SIGCE member, Long history of volunteer service to the computer science education communityThe SIGCSE Award for Lifetime Service to the Computer Science Education Community honors an individual who has a long history of volunteer service to the computer science education community. This service, which is not limited to service to SIGCSE, may take many forms, such as professional society leadership, conference organization, outreach efforts, editorial board participation, or any of a number of other types of service to the computer science education community. Awards may recognize service at any level, for example: K-12, college, graduate, or continuing post-college. This award was initiated in 1997.http://bit.ly/2u2sRYy
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Richard E Merwin Distinguished Service AwardIEEE Computer SocietyOctober 1Service to IEEE CSThe highest level volunteer service award of the Computer Society. A bronze medal and $5,000 are given for outstanding service to the profession at large, including significant service to the Computer Society or its predecessor organizations.http://bit.ly/2s5GIw0
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Outstanding Contribution to Computer Science EducationSIGCSEOctober 1Must be nominated by a SIGCE member, Significant contribution to computer science educationThe SIGCSE Award for Outstanding Contribution to Computer Science Education honors an individual or group in recognition of a significant contribution to computer science education. The contribution may take many forms, such as: curriculum design, innovating teaching methods, textbook authorship, development of new teaching tools, or any of a number of other significant contributions to computer science education. The contribution should have had long lasting impact on, and made a significant difference in, computing education. This award was initiated in 1981.http://bit.ly/2u2sRYy
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Taylor Booth Education AwardIEEE Computer SocietyOctober 1Outstanding record in computer science and engineering educationA bronze medal and $5,000 honorarium are awarded for an outstanding record in computer science and engineering education. The individual must meet two or more of the following criteria in the computer science and engineering field: 1. Achieving recognition as a teacher of renown. 2. Writing an influential text. 3. Leading, inspiring or providing significant education content during the creation of a curriculum in the field. 4. Inspiring others to a career in computer science and engineering education. Two endorsements are required for an award nomination.http://bit.ly/2u2sxsO
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W. Wallace McDowell AwardIEEE Computer SocietyOctober 1Outstanding recent theoretical, design, educational, practical, innovative contributions within the computing fieldA bronze medal and $2,000 honorarium are presented for outstanding recent theoretical, design, educational, practical, or other similar innovative contributions that fall within the scope of Computer Society interest. The award nomination requires a minimum of 3 endorsements.http://bit.ly/1iu6OND
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CRA Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher AwardsCRAOctober 15Undergraduate StudentsThis award program recognizes undergraduate students in North American colleges and universities who show outstanding potential in an area of computing research. The award is primarily about research. While it is expected that successful nominees will have excellent academic records and will have engaged in some form of service (e.g., club leadership, teaching, peer tutoring), excellence in research is the primary consideration. https://bit.ly/2nHDoXo
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Technical Achievement AwardIEEE Computer SocietyOctober 22Honors outstanding and innovative contributions to computer and information science and engineering or computer technology, usually within the past 10 years but not more than 15 yrs.A certificate and $2,000 honorarium are presented for outstanding and innovative contributions to the fields of computer and information science and engineering or computer technology, usually within the past ten, and not more than fifteen years. The award nomination requires a minimum of 2 endorsements.https://bit.ly/2MiGGKu
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