IACS Young Writer's Scholarship
The IACS Young Writer’s Scholarship is granted to a graduate or undergraduate student working with a faculty member or affiliate of the institute. The scholarship consists of a one-time prize of $500 to celebrate the student’s first paper that is accepted in a peer-reviewed publication or conference proceedings. You do not have to be the first author. Only full-time, fully supported students are eligible to receive this scholarship. Both international and domestic students are eligible.
Students cannot name themselves for selection. Faculty supervisors must propose students for the scholarship based on the faculty member’s assessment of the student’s first significant publication. Faculty must submit the student's name, department, title of paper, name and date of publication to firstname.lastname@example.org. Scholarship winners may be required to present their papers at an annual IACS event in honor of their achievements.
Name Title Piotr Sokol Information Geometry of Orthogonal Initializations and Training Yousef El-Laham Stochastic Gradient Population Monte Carlo Mohammad Javanmard Darius Coelho PeckVis: A Visual Analytics Tool To Analyze Dominance Hierarchies in Small Groups Hossep Dolatian Cyclicity and Prosodic Misalignment in Armenian Stems Jonathan Rawski No Free Lunch in Linguistics or Machine Learning Kiran Eiden Dynamics of Laterally Propagating Flames Vidushi Sharma Qiao Chen Xuebin Wang WLS-ENO Remap: Superconvergent and Non-Oscillatory Weighted Least Squares Data Transfer on Surfaces
Name Title Sergei Kotelnikov Monte Carlo on the manifold and MD refinement Charuta Pethe The Trumpiest Trump? Anjul Kumar Tyagi ICE: An Interactive Configuration Explorer for High Dimensional Categorical Parameter Spaces Bento Goncalves Weakly Labeling the Antarctic Ayush Kumar Dakotah Lambert Sebastian Dick Yipeng Li Chuan Tian ff19SB: Amino-Acid-Specific Protein backbone Parameters Trained against Quantum Mechanics Energy Surfaces in Solution Koushik Kasavajhala ff19SB: Amino-Acid-Specific Protein backbone Parameters Trained against Quantum Mechanics Energy Surfaces in Solution Kellon A. A. Belfon ff19SB: Amino-Acid-Specific Protein backbone Parameters Trained against Quantum Mechanics Energy Surfaces in Solution Lauren Raguette
Name Title Michael Schrimpf population_status_of_the_antarctic_shag_phalacrocorax_atrice Alexander Borowicz multi-modal-survey-of-adeliie-penguin-mega-colonies.pdf Mikhail Ignatov cluspro-fmft-saxs.pdf Meghan Henderson Effects of Spring onset Wenbo Wang Nanocrystalline Al-Mg W. Streit Cunningham Softening due to Grain Boundary Aditi Ghai A Comparison of Preconditioned Krylov Subspace Mohammad Ruhul Amin Re-annotation of 12,495 Prokaryotic Saeed Boor Boor Visualization of Neuronal Structures Cecilia O'Leary Understanding Historical Summer Flounder
Name Title Phillip McDowall Ultra-Fine Scale Spatially-Integrated Mapping of Habitat and Occupancy Using Structure-From-Motion Maureen Lynch Improving the Use of Biological Data in Antarctic Management Longtao Han A path for Synthesis of Boron-nitride Nanostructures in Volume of Arc Plasma Casey Youngflesh Circumpolar analysis of the Adelie Penguin reveals the importance of environmental variability in phenological mismatch Yang Zhang Stress-assisted_grain_growth_in_nanocrystalline_metals.pdf
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Name Title Dan Elton Polar nanoregions in water: A study of the dielectric properties of TIP4P/2005, TIP4P/2005f and TTM3F Pramod Ganapathi The Range 1 Query (R1Q) Problem