New Talent Award


Terms of the award

We invite applicants to submit their papers to be considered for the New Talent Award. The topic of the paper has to be in a field that is covered by the SciCADE conference.

See  https://sites.google.com/site/scicade2017/ for more details.

The winner of the best paper will be invited to give a plenary talk at SciCADE 2017 in Bath. 

All local expenses will be covered for this speaker, and the registration fee will be waived as well.

Who is eligible to apply

The recipient must be a graduate student, or should have obtained a PhD or equivalent degree within the four calendar years prior to the year of the award, i.e. they must have obtained their PhD no later than January 1, 2013. The committee may consider exceptions to the four-year rule, for career interruptions or delays occurring, e.g., for child bearing or child rearing, or military service. The award can be received only once in a lifetime."

Submission guidelines for New Talent Award

1. Those wishing to be considered for the New Talent Award are invited to email a electronic manuscript and a note giving the date when their PhD was completed (and any reason for an exception to the four year rule) to: Chris Budd email:  mascjb@bath.ac.uk

2. Deadline for New Talent submission is 31 May 2017.


3.
Any submitted manuscript should have been accepted in a scientific journal. Proof of acceptance should be submitted, together with the paper, if it is not yet published.

4. A candidate may submit a jointly-authored paper, but the entry must primarily be the original work of the candidate. In this case, we ask that the manuscript be sent along with a statement from the co-authors agreeing to the submission and detailing the candidate's contribution to the paper. 

All entries for the New Talent Award will be considered by the prize committee:

Chris Budd (Chair), Ernst Hairer, Sebastian Reich and Nilima Nigam