IPSJ/ACM Award for Early Career Contributions to Global Research
The Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ) and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) established a joint award in 2018 to honor early career researchers in the field of computing for their outstanding contributions through their international and collaborative research as well as high expectations of their continuing global research.
The award will be presented at a national convention or other event organized by the IPSJ. The awardee will be invited to the ACM Award Banquet.
Next Deadline To be Announced
The awardees should have their achievements through their international and collaborative research and high expectations of further collaboration which are contributing to the field of computing. The awardees should be in the early stage of their career (e.g. 10 years or less from their doctor's degrees) at the point of the award. The awardees should be the members of the IPSJ.
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