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-=='''Principal guideline'''==+=='''2019 Call for Nominations'''==
 + 
 +==='''[http://www.siam.org/prizes/nominations/nom_siag_agearlycareer.php Deadline: October 15, 2018]'''===
 + 
 +==='''Required Materials'''===
 + 
 +<ul>
 +<li> Nominator’s letter of recommendation for candidate (no more than two pages) including citation of 25 words or less
 +<li> Candidate’s CV
 +<li> Bibliographic citation for candidate’s key contributing paper
 +<li> One letter of support from an expert in the field
 +</ul>
 + 
 +=='''Principal Guideline'''==
The SIAM Activity Group on Algebraic Geometry (SI(AG)<sup>2</sup>) Early Career Prize, established in 2016, is awarded to an outstanding early career researcher in the field of algebraic geometry and its applications, for distinguished contributions to the field in the three calendar years prior to the year of the award. The SIAM Activity Group on Algebraic Geometry (SI(AG)<sup>2</sup>) Early Career Prize, established in 2016, is awarded to an outstanding early career researcher in the field of algebraic geometry and its applications, for distinguished contributions to the field in the three calendar years prior to the year of the award.
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The term "algebraic geometry" is interpreted broadly in the spirit of the Rules of Procedure of SI(AG)<sup>2</sup>, and includes among others algebraic geometry, commutative algebra, noncommutative algebra, symbolic and numeric computation, algebraic and geometric combinatorics, representation theory, and algebraic topology; as well as their applications in areas such as biology, coding theory, cryptography, computer graphics, quantum computing, control theory, geometric design, complexity theory, machine learning, optimization, robotics, computational geometry, and statistics. The term "algebraic geometry" is interpreted broadly in the spirit of the Rules of Procedure of SI(AG)<sup>2</sup>, and includes among others algebraic geometry, commutative algebra, noncommutative algebra, symbolic and numeric computation, algebraic and geometric combinatorics, representation theory, and algebraic topology; as well as their applications in areas such as biology, coding theory, cryptography, computer graphics, quantum computing, control theory, geometric design, complexity theory, machine learning, optimization, robotics, computational geometry, and statistics.
-==='''Eligibility for 2017 prize'''===+==='''Eligibility for 2019 Prize'''===
-The overlap in eligibility periods is intended to ensure that no candidate will fail to be considered due to the nomination deadline. The 2017 award will have the following scenarios: +The overlap in eligibility periods is intended to ensure that no candidate will fail to be considered due to the nomination deadline. The 2019 award will have the following scenarios:
<ol> <ol>
-<li> 2011 PhD and 2014 paper+<li> 2013 PhD and 2016 paper
-<li> 2012 PhD and 2014-15 paper+<li> 2014 PhD and 2016-17 paper
-<li> 2013-2017+ PhD and 2014-16 paper.+<li> 2015-2019+ PhD and 2016-18 paper.
</ol> </ol>
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If a committee member accepts nomination for the award, the SIAG officers will appoint a replacement upon notification by the committee chair and with the approval of the SIAM VP. If a committee member accepts nomination for the award, the SIAG officers will appoint a replacement upon notification by the committee chair and with the approval of the SIAM VP.
-==='''2017 Prize Committee'''===+==='''2019 Committee'''===
<ol> <ol>
-<li> Jan Draisma (Chair) - Universitat Bern, Switzerland, +<li> [http://mate.dm.uba.ar/~krick/ Teresa Krick] (Chair) - University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
-<li> Sandra Di Rocco - KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden+<li> [https://eallman.github.io/ Elizabeth Allman] - University of Alaska Fairbanks, AK
-<li> Seth Sullivant - North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC+<li> [http://math.mit.edu/~cohn/ Henry Cohn] - Microsoft Corporation, Cambridge, MA
-<li> Rekha Thomas - University of Washington, Seattle, WA+<li> [http://page.math.tu-berlin.de/~joswig/ Michael Joswig] - Technical University of Berlin, Germany
-<li> Charles Wampler - General Motors Research and Development Center, Warren, MI+<li> [https://aszanto.math.ncsu.edu/ Agnes Szanto] - North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
-<li> Lihong Zhi - Academia Sinica, Beijing, China+
</ol> </ol>
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==='''Award Type'''=== ==='''Award Type'''===
-The award will consist of a certificate containing the citation. Additionally, for the first five awards (2017, 2019, 2021, 2023, 2025), a 3D-printed algebraic surface will be presented to the winner in a trophy case, donated by Jonathan Hauenstein. The surface is [Seepferdchen or ''Sea horse''](https://homepage.univie.ac.at/herwig.hauser/gallery/seepferdchen.jpg), which has been used in many publications and notices about algebraic geometry. There is one singular point at the origin. The print is emblazoned with the name of the surface *Seepferdchen*; the equation *x^4-2.5x^2 y^3 - xz^3 +y^6 -y^2 z^3 = 0*; the names of the modelers, D. Brake and J. Hauenstein; and the name of the computational algebraic geometry program used to compute the model, [Bertini_real](http://bertinireal.com).+The award will consist of a certificate containing the citation. Additionally, for the first five awards (2017, 2019, 2021, 2023, 2025), a 3D-printed algebraic surface will be presented to the winner in a trophy case, donated by [http://www.nd.edu/~jhauenst Jonathan Hauenstein]. The surface is [https://homepage.univie.ac.at/herwig.hauser/gallery/seepferdchen.jpg Seepferdchen (''Sea horse'')], which has been used in a variety of publications about algebraic geometry. This surface has one singular point at the origin. The 3D print is emblazoned with
- +<ul>
-As part of the award, the recipient will be invited to give a talk at the conference. SIAM will make travel funds available to reimburse the recipient for reasonable travel expenses incurred in attending the award ceremony and giving the talk.+<li> the name of the surface ''Seepferdchen'';
- +<li> the equation ''x^4 - 2.5x^2y^3 - xz^3 + y^6 - y^2 z^3 = 0'';
- +<li> the names of the modelers, [http://danielthebrake.org D. Brake] and [http://www.nd.edu/~jhauenst J. Hauenstein]; and
- +<li> the name of the computational algebraic geometry program used to compute the model, [http://bertinireal.com Bertini_real].
 +</ul>
As part of the award, the recipient will be invited to give a talk at the conference. SIAM will make travel funds available to reimburse the recipient for reasonable travel expenses incurred in attending the award ceremony and giving the talk. As part of the award, the recipient will be invited to give a talk at the conference. SIAM will make travel funds available to reimburse the recipient for reasonable travel expenses incurred in attending the award ceremony and giving the talk.
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The prize is awarded every second year at the biennial SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry. The prize is awarded every second year at the biennial SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry.
-==='''The Prize Fund'''===+==='''Prize Fund'''===
Since there is no cash award, there will be no prize fund. Since there is no cash award, there will be no prize fund.
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The SI(AG)<sup>2</sup> Chair and the Chair of the Prize Committee will announce the award at the SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry and present the award to the recipient. An announcement of the award will appear in SIAM News, on the SI(AG)<sup>2</sup> website, and in the SI(AG)<sup>2</sup> Newsletter. The SI(AG)<sup>2</sup> Chair and the Chair of the Prize Committee will announce the award at the SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry and present the award to the recipient. An announcement of the award will appear in SIAM News, on the SI(AG)<sup>2</sup> website, and in the SI(AG)<sup>2</sup> Newsletter.
 +
 +=='''Previous Recipients'''==
 +
 +* 2017:
 +[http://pierre.lairez.fr/ Pierre Lairez]: Finding One Root of a Polynomial System [https://sites.google.com/site/grrigg/siam-ag17/Lairez.pdf Slides], [https://mediaspace.gatech.edu/playlist/dedicated/75216871/1_lvc40qv9/1_p00ehooq Video]
 +
 +Selection committee
 +
 +<ol>
 +<li> [https://mathsites.unibe.ch/jdraisma/ Jan Draisma] (Chair) - Universitat Bern, Switzerland
 +<li> [https://people.kth.se/~dirocco/ Sandra Di Rocco] - KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
 +<li> [http://www4.ncsu.edu/~smsulli2/ Seth Sullivant] - North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
 +<li> [https://www.math.washington.edu/~thomas/ Rekha Thomas] - University of Washington, Seattle, WA
 +<li> [http://www3.nd.edu/~cwample1/ Charles Wampler] - General Motors Research and Development Center, Warren, MI
 +<li> [http://www.mmrc.iss.ac.cn/~lzhi/ Lihong Zhi] - Academia Sinica, Beijing, China
 +</ol>

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Contents

[edit] 2019 Call for Nominations

[edit] Deadline: October 15, 2018

[edit] Required Materials

  • Nominator’s letter of recommendation for candidate (no more than two pages) including citation of 25 words or less
  • Candidate’s CV
  • Bibliographic citation for candidate’s key contributing paper
  • One letter of support from an expert in the field

[edit] Principal Guideline

The SIAM Activity Group on Algebraic Geometry (SI(AG)2) Early Career Prize, established in 2016, is awarded to an outstanding early career researcher in the field of algebraic geometry and its applications, for distinguished contributions to the field in the three calendar years prior to the year of the award.

[edit] Eligibility

The nominee's work must be a significant research contribution to algebraic geometry and its applications. At least one of the papers containing this work must be published in English in a peer-reviewed journal or conference proceedings bearing a publication date within the three calendar years prior to the year of the award. Moreover, either the recipient must be a graduate student or the paper's publication date must be no more than three (3) calendar years later than the year in which the author received the PhD or equivalent degree. The committee may consider exceptions to the three-year rule, for career interruptions or delays occurring, e.g., for child bearing, child rearing, elder care, or backlog in journal publication. The award can be received only once in a lifetime.

The term "algebraic geometry" is interpreted broadly in the spirit of the Rules of Procedure of SI(AG)2, and includes among others algebraic geometry, commutative algebra, noncommutative algebra, symbolic and numeric computation, algebraic and geometric combinatorics, representation theory, and algebraic topology; as well as their applications in areas such as biology, coding theory, cryptography, computer graphics, quantum computing, control theory, geometric design, complexity theory, machine learning, optimization, robotics, computational geometry, and statistics.

[edit] Eligibility for 2019 Prize

The overlap in eligibility periods is intended to ensure that no candidate will fail to be considered due to the nomination deadline. The 2019 award will have the following scenarios:

  1. 2013 PhD and 2016 paper
  2. 2014 PhD and 2016-17 paper
  3. 2015-2019+ PhD and 2016-18 paper.

[edit] Prize Committee

[edit] Formation

The recipient will be selected by the SI(AG)2 Prize Committee on the Early Career Prize. This committee will consist of a panel of at least five SI(AG)2 members. The SI(AG)2 Chair, in consultation with the other officers, will form a list of at least five SI(AG)2 members to serve on the prize selection committee, will designate the chair, and will submit the list to the SIAM Vice President at Large (SIAM VP) for approval prior to inviting the committee members to serve. The SI(AG)2 officers will seek to ensure a diverse composition of the prize committee in research area, gender, geography, employment sector (industry, national laboratories, universities), and under-represented groups.

[edit] Tenure

The term of office will be from the date of appointment until the date of the award.

[edit] Rules of Operation

The Prize Committee will solicit nominations for the prize from the general membership of the SI(AG)2, using SIAM office resources as needed. If a committee member accepts nomination for the award, the SIAG officers will appoint a replacement upon notification by the committee chair and with the approval of the SIAM VP.

[edit] 2019 Committee

  1. Teresa Krick (Chair) - University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
  2. Elizabeth Allman - University of Alaska Fairbanks, AK
  3. Henry Cohn - Microsoft Corporation, Cambridge, MA
  4. Michael Joswig - Technical University of Berlin, Germany
  5. Agnes Szanto - North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC


[edit] Selection Procedures

[edit] Prize Committee's Recommendation

The Prize Committee will notify the SIAM VP of its selection at least six months prior to the award date. The notification must be accompanied by a written justification and a citation not exceeding 25 words that can be used for a certificate to be read at award time. The SIAM VP will accept or reject the committee's recommendation within one month of notification. If the recommendation is accepted, the award presentation will be made according to the procedure below. If the recommendation is not accepted, the SIAM VP and the Prize Committee will select an acceptable individual at least four months prior to the award date. The Selection Committee has the authority to choose to abstain from giving the award if there is not an acceptable individual, i.e., not enough nominations. If the award is not given, a new Selection Committee will be selected for the next award cycle.

[edit] Notification of Award

The Chair of the Prize Committee will notify the recipient of the award at least four months in advance of the award date. As part of the notification, an invitation will also be extended to the recipient to attend the award ceremony at the SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry to receive the award. The recipient will also be offered the opportunity to give a talk at this conference about the work for which the award is given.

[edit] Description of Award

[edit] Award Type

The award will consist of a certificate containing the citation. Additionally, for the first five awards (2017, 2019, 2021, 2023, 2025), a 3D-printed algebraic surface will be presented to the winner in a trophy case, donated by Jonathan Hauenstein. The surface is Seepferdchen (Sea horse), which has been used in a variety of publications about algebraic geometry. This surface has one singular point at the origin. The 3D print is emblazoned with

  • the name of the surface Seepferdchen;
  • the equation x^4 - 2.5x^2y^3 - xz^3 + y^6 - y^2 z^3 = 0;
  • the names of the modelers, D. Brake and J. Hauenstein; and
  • the name of the computational algebraic geometry program used to compute the model, Bertini_real.

As part of the award, the recipient will be invited to give a talk at the conference. SIAM will make travel funds available to reimburse the recipient for reasonable travel expenses incurred in attending the award ceremony and giving the talk.

[edit] Award Date

The prize is awarded every second year at the biennial SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry.

[edit] Prize Fund

Since there is no cash award, there will be no prize fund.

[edit] Award Presentation

The SI(AG)2 Chair and the Chair of the Prize Committee will announce the award at the SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry and present the award to the recipient. An announcement of the award will appear in SIAM News, on the SI(AG)2 website, and in the SI(AG)2 Newsletter.

[edit] Previous Recipients

  • 2017:

Pierre Lairez: Finding One Root of a Polynomial System Slides, Video

Selection committee

  1. Jan Draisma (Chair) - Universitat Bern, Switzerland
  2. Sandra Di Rocco - KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
  3. Seth Sullivant - North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
  4. Rekha Thomas - University of Washington, Seattle, WA
  5. Charles Wampler - General Motors Research and Development Center, Warren, MI
  6. Lihong Zhi - Academia Sinica, Beijing, China
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