6th BGCE Student Paper Prize
At the 2017 SIAM CS&E Conference, February 27 -- March 3, 2017, in Atlanta, Georgia, the 6th BGCE Student Paper Prize will be awarded for outstanding student work in the field of Computational Science and Engineering.
The PrizeFounder of the prize is the Bavarian Graduate School of Computational Engineering (BGCE), a consortium offering an honors track to the best students of three international Master's programs in Computational Engineering at Technische Universität München (TUM) and Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU).
The prize winner will be invited to spend one week (air fare, accomodation, and local expenses covered) in Bavaria, visiting FAU and TUM and getting in contact with BGCE's educational and research program, one of the most advanced ones in Europe. The main objective is to promote excellent students in CS&E and to foster international exchange at an early career stage. Eligible for the prize will be undergraduate and graduate students prior to receiving their PhD (at date of submission).
ApplicationCandidates are required to summarize their work in a short paper of at most 4 pages. The prize finalists will be asked to present their work at SIAM CS&E 2017 with a talk to be given in a special "CS&E Student Prize Minisymposium" (on February 28, 2017). The papers and talks will be evaluated by an international prize committee. Excluded from the competition are only students from our own universities, FAU and TUM.
SIAM most probably will grant 2 funding aids, which have to be assigned by us, to help with students' costs in attending meetings. So applicants should indicate with their submission whether they are interested in such a grant.
Deadline for submissions to the BGCE Student Paper Prize is December 11, 2016. Submissions should be sent in pdf format via email to
Since we are interested in a broad and high-level competition, as we had it in 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013 and 2015, we ask you to encourage suitable candidates in your group or department to submit a paper and to support their participation in SIAM CS&E 2017.
Previous PrizesThe history of the BGCE Student Paper Prize winners
Hans-Joachim Bungartz, Dietmar Fey, Alexander Ditter, and Tobias Neckel for BGCE