2018 NVMW Persistent Impact Prize Nominations
The NVMW Persistent Impact Prize is awarded annually to a paper published at least five years prior that has had exceptional impact on the fields of study related to non-volatile memories. The award committee interprets both “impact” and “non-volatile memories” broadly. To be eligible, work must have appeared in major, peer-reviewed, archival conference of journal (i.e., appeared in an official proceedings or journal publication). For conference papers, the date of the conference will be used to determine eligibility. For journals, we will use publication date. There is no requirement for the work to have been presented at the NVMW. The award includes a $1000 cash prize.

Anyone may nominate any paper (including self-nominations). Nominations should include two page extended abstract (pdf). Roughly, the first page should summarize the paper and the second should make the case for its impact since publication. If the paper has had impact beyond conventional metrics (e.g., citation count), be sure to highlight it.

Awarding of the prize is contingent upon one of the main authors attending the NVMW 2018 to accept it.

The website for the award is: http://nvmw.ucsd.edu/#awards.

Email address *
Your Name *
Paper Information
Paper Title *
Publication Venue *
Date of publication *
Link to paper (e.g., in ACM Portal or IEEE Explorer) *
Nominating Statement (2 page max) *
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