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Awards


Thursday, 3:30 - 5:00pm
Room: Ballroom 2/3/5

A variety of achievements will be recognized and honored at SC2001. We are expecting the third annual IEEE Computer Society Seymour Cray Computer Engineering Award to be presented in recognition of innovative contributions to high performance computing systems that best exemplify Seymour Cray's creative spirit. This award includes a $10,000 honorarium and is funded from an endowment provided by SGI. SC2001 will also host the IEEE Computer Society Sidney Fernbach Memorial Award given for an outstanding contribution in the application of high performance computers using innovative approaches.

For more information on IEEE Computer Society Awards, please see:
http://computer.org/awards

The Gordon Bell Prizes were established to reward practical uses of parallel processing and are given for the best performance improvement in an application. These awards are made in several categories relating to hardware and software advancement. Cash prizes accompany these recognitions and are funded by the award founder, Gordon Bell.

In addition, the SC2001 Conference will select several outstanding award winners. Special recognition will be given for the best technical paper of the conference ($1000), the best student technical paper ($500), the best research poster ($250), and the Network Challenge Awards funded by Qwest.

Horst Simon, Awards Coordinator
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory


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