

Awards and Prizes SIGSAM administers the Jenks Prize for Software Engineering applied to Computer Algebra, as well as Distinguished Paper awards at the annual ISSAC meeting. Several SIGSAM members have been named ACM Fellows since the ACM Fellows Program was established in 1993. SIGSAM actively seeks to promote members for ACM awards and other prizes. If you see an opportunity to recognize excellent work in computer algebra and scientific computation, please bring it to the attention of the SIGSAM Chair. Richard D. Jenks PrizeAdministered by SIGSAM, the ACM SIGSAM Richard Dimick Jenks Memorial Prize is awarded for Excellence in Software Engineering applied to Computer Algebra. The purpose of the Jenks Prize is to recognize outstanding software engineering contributions in the field of computer algebra and to encourage future excellence in such research and development. The prize is named in memory of Richard Dimick Jenks who, during his life and professional career, provided leadership to the computer algebra community and made important contributions to software engineering; applied to algebraic computation. The prize is given out every two years, at the International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation (ISSAC).
For more information see the Jenks Prize webpage. ISSAC AwardsSIGSAM sponsors awards for Distinguished Papers and Distinguished Student Authors at the annual International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation (ISSAC). The latest award winners are below. For a record of all previous winners, the award citations, links to papers and details of other prizes awarded: see the ISSAC Awards webpage. ISSAC 2014
