SIGGRAPH - Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques

SIGGRAPH Steven A. Coons Award

Given to an individual who has made a significant lasting contribution to the field of computer graphics, both directly and through others over an extended period of time, and includes a prize of $6,000. The award is given in odd numbered years.

SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics Achievement Award

Given to recognize an individual for an outstanding achievement in computer graphics and interactive techniques. The award includes a prize of $2,000.

SIGGRAPH Outstanding Service Award

Given in even-numbered years to recognize outstanding service to SIGGRAPH by a volunteer and recognizes persons who have given extraordinary service both in the trenches and in positions of more responsibility or visibility, over a significant period of time.

SIGGRAPH Significant New Researcher Award

This annual award is given to a researcher who has made a recent significant contribution to the field of computer graphics and is new to the field. The intent is to recognize people very early in their careers who have already made a notable contribution and are likely to make more.

SIGGRAPH Distinguished Artist Award for Lifetime Achievement in Digital Art

Awarded annually to an artist who has created a substantial and important body of work that significantly advances aesthetic content in the field of digital art.

SIGGRAPH Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award

Awarded annually to recognize a recent doctoral candidate who has successfully defended and completed his or her Ph.D. dissertation in computer graphics and interactive techniques.



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