SIAM Fellows Program
Nominations for the 2019 Class of SIAM Fellows are open until November 5, 2018. You can create a nomination at nominatefellows.siam.org.
***Please note that some changes went into effect as of 2016.***
- Instead of requiring 1-3 letters of recommendation, a nomination must now include one letter of nomination and exactly two (2) letters of recommendation.
- And whereas before, a minimum of five years was required for nominee eligibility, now a nominee must have been a SIAM member for 7 of the past 10 years (84 of the past 120 months).
Goals of the SIAM Fellows Program
- To honor SIAM members who are recognized by their peers as distinguished for their contributions to the discipline.
- To help make outstanding SIAM members more competitive for awards and honors when they are being compared with colleagues from other disciplines.
- To support the advancement of SIAM members to leadership positions in their own institutions and in the broader society.
For more information
Frequently Asked Questions about Nomination Procedures
SIAM Fellows Program Specifications [PDF, 90KB]
Contact the Fellows Team at FellowNominations@siam.org
Contact Executive Director Jim Crowley at email@example.com
Bottom Row, L to R: Clint N. Dawson (University of Texas at Austin); Michael C. Reed (Duke University);
Helena J. Nussenzveig Lopes (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro); Françoise Tisseur (The University
of Manchester); Xiaoye Sherry Li (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory); Cynthia A. Phillips (Sandia
National Laboratories); Sabine Van Huffel (KU Leuven); Top Row, L to R: Xiao-Chuan Cai (University
of Colorado Boulder); Gang Bao (Zheijiang University); Chandrajit Bajaj (University of Texas at Austin);
Paul C. Bressloff (University of Utah); Michael Hintermüller (Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and
Stochastics and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin); Bo Kågström (Umeå University); Alan J. Laub (University
of California, Los Angeles); James G. Nagy (Emory University); Andrew Knyazev (Mitsubishi Electric
Research Laboratories (MERL) and Professor Emeritus at University of Colorado Denver); David P. Williamson