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Winners Announced: 2015 IBM Research Pat Goldberg Memorial Best Paper Awards (up to IBM Research Computer Science Blog)
Research papers in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, and Mathematical Sciences, published in refereed conference proceedings and journals in 2015, were submitted by IBM Research authors worldwide to the 2015 Pat Goldberg Memorial Best Paper in CS, EE and Math Competition. From among these submissions, a team of domain experts nominated papers based on their technical significance (depth and breadth) and expected long-term impact. Top scientists from various IBM Research labs reviewed the papers and came up with three winning candidates:
Authors: Cynthia Dwork (Microsoft Research), Vitaly Feldman (IBM Research - Almaden), Moritz Hardt (Google Research), Toniann Pitassi (Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto) Omer Reingold (Samsung Research America) and Aaron Roth (Department of Computer and Information Science, University of Pennsylvania)
Published in: SCIENCE, 7 AUGUST 2015, VOL 349 ISSUE 6248
Authors: Qing Cao (IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center), Shu-Jen Han (IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center), Jerry Tersoff (IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center), Aaron D. Franklin (Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Duke University), Yu Zhu (IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center), Zhen Zhang (Department of Engineering Sciences, Uppsala University), George S. Tulevski (IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center), Jianshi Tang (IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center), Wilfried Haensch (IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center)
Published in: SCIENCE, 2 OCTOBER 2015, VOL 350 ISSUE 6256
Authors: Johann Rudi (The University of Texas at Austin), A. Cristiano, I. Malossi (IBM Research – Zurich), Tobin Isaac (The University of Texas at Austin), Georg Stadler (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University), Michael Gurnis (Seismological Laboratory, California Institute of Technology), Peter W. J. Staar (IBM Research – Zurich), Yves Ineichen (IBM Research – Zurich), Costas Bekas (IBM Research – Zurich), Alessandro Curioni (IBM Research – Zurich) Omar Ghattas (The University of Texas at Austin)