Deadline for Receipt: Friday, April 15, 2011, 23:59 EDT (+4 GMT)
for the 2011
JENKS PRIZE IN COMPUTER ALGEBRA SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
Send the nominations by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
and to email@example.com
This form is meant to be a guide for nominators. The information that it
requests should be supplied as completely, accurately, and effectively
(i.e., effective in support of the nomination) as possible. However, the
form is not intended to preclude the inclusion of other relevant information.
The impact of
the software is of particular importance and the nomination packet should
clearly indicate that to the committee. Careful preparation of good
nomination packets is important.
- Name of Nominator:
- Nominator's Institution:
- Nominator's E-mail Address:
- Full Name of Nominee(as it should appear on the award plaque):
- Nominee's Affiliation:
- Nominee's Postal Address:
- Nominee's E-mail Address:
- DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION:
A bibliography of three to five papers that describe the work for which
this person is nominated. If there are no formal publications, please list any
other work that is available or can be made available to help the
prize committee evaluate the software.
A list of documentation sources for users of the software.
- APPLICATIONS AND IMPACT:
A list of publications that cite the use of the software and will help
the committee judge its scientific/technical impact. Refeered publications
are most helpful, but all will be considered. Other evidence of the impact
of the software should be listed and described as well.
- A 1-3 page description of the nominee's accomplishments in software
engineering applied to computer algebra and an assessment of the importance
and impact of the work for which this person or team is nominated.
- A list of three-five persons who are being asked to write letters in
support of this nomination. It is the nominator's responsibility to contact
these persons and see to it that the letters are received by the committee
by the nomination deadline.