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Funding, Grants & Competitions
Call for Nominations: Ackermann Award 2020Deadline: Wednesday 1 July 2020
The Ackermann Award is the EACSL Outstanding Dissertation Award for Logic in Computer Science. Nominations are now invited for the 2020 Ackermann Award. PhD dissertations in topics specified by the EACSL and LICS conferences, which were formally accepted as PhD theses at a university or equivalent institution between 1.1.2018 and 31.12.2019 are eligible for nomination for the award. The 2020 Ackermann award will be presented to the recipient(s) at the annual conference of the EACSL, CSL 2021.
E. W. Beth Outstanding Dissertation Prize 2020Deadline: Wednesday 15 April 2020
Since 2002, the Association for Logic, Language, and Information (FoLLI) has been awarding the annual E.W. Beth Dissertation Prize to outstanding Ph.D. dissertations in Logic, Language, and Information, with financial support of the E.W. Beth Foundation Nominations are now invited for outstanding dissertations on current topics in philosophical and mathematical logic, computer science logic, philosophy of science, philosophy of language, history of logic, history of the philosophy of science and scientific philosophy in general, as well as the current theoretical and foundational developments in information and computation, language and cognition.
Dissertations with results more broadly impacting various research areas in their interdisciplinary investigations are especially solicited. The nominations should be for the Ph.D. degree awarded in 2019.
The Ulam ProgrammeDeadline: Wednesday 15 April 2020Foreign scientists may stay in Poland for 6 to 24 months, and they may be accompanied by members of their closest family, and in the case a Programme participant is a disabled person, by their assistant. An application under the Programme shall be submitted by an individual scientist who holds a doctoral degree awarded in a country other than Poland, does not hold Polish citizenship1 and has not lived, worked or studied in Poland since at least 2017. Scientists visiting Polish scientific institutions under the Programme will receive a monthly Scholarship for the duration of their stay and a mobility allowance, which will allow them to cover the travel costs.For more information, see https://nawa.gov.pl/en/scientists/the-ulam-programme or contact Magdalena Kowalczyk at magdalena.kowalczyk at nawa.gov.pl.
Call for Nominations: 2020 Alonzo Church Award for Outstanding Contributions to Logic & ComputationDeadline: Wednesday 1 April 2020
An annual award, called the Alonzo Church Award for Outstanding Contributions to Logic and Computation, was established in 2015. The award is for an outstanding contribution represented by a paper or by a small group of papers published within the past 25 years. This time span allows the lasting impact and depth of the contribution to have been established. The award can be given to an individual, or to a group of individuals who have collaborated on the research.
Nominations for the 2020 award are now being solicited. The contribution must have appeared in a paper or papers published within the past 25 years. Thus, for the 2020 award, the cut-off date is January 1, 1995. In addition, the contribution must not yet have received recognition via a major award, such as the Turing Award, the Kanellakis Award, or the Gödel Prize. While the contribution can consist of conference or journal papers, journal papers will be given a preference. Self-nominations are excluded. The 2020 award will be presented at CSL 2021, the annual conference of the European Association for Computer Science Logic, which is scheduled to take place in Athens in January 2021.
Call for Nominations: Lakatos Award 2021Deadline: Tuesday 1 September 2020
The Lakatos Award is given annually for an outstanding contribution to the philosophy of science, widely interpreted, in the form of a book published in English during the current year or the previous five years.The Lakatos Award is in memory of Imre Lakatos and has been endowed by the Latsis Foundation. Nominations are invited for the 2021 Lakatos Award, with a strict deadline of Tuesday 1 September 2020.
The 2021 award will be for a monograph in the philosophy of science broadly construed, either single authored or co-authored, published in English with an imprint from 2015 to 2020, inclusive. Anthologies and edited collections are not eligible. Any person of recognised standing within the philosophy of science or an allied field may nominate a book. Nominations must include a statement explaining the nominator?s reasons for regarding the book prizeworthy. Self-nominations are not allowed.