SIGDA - Design Automation

SIGDA Outstanding Ph.D. Dissertation Award in Electronic Design Automation

Endowed by SIGDA, this Award is given annually to the author of an outstanding Ph.D. dissertation that makes the most substantial contribution to the theory and/or application in the field of electronic design automation.

SIGDA IEEE/ACM William J. McCalla ICCAD Best Paper Award

Presented at ICCAD each November, this Award is jointly sponsored by ACM/SIGDA, IEEE/CASS, and IEEE/CS. Papers are selected by the ICCAD Program Committee through a rigorous and multi-stage review process. This Award is given in the memory of William J. McCalla, for his contributions to ICCAD and his CAD technical work throughout his career.

SIGDA Outstanding New Faculty Award

The SIGDA Outstanding New Faculty Award recognizes a junior faculty member early in her or his academic career who demonstrates outstanding potential as an educator and/or researcher in the field of electronic design automation. The award is presented annually at the Design Automation Conference, and currently consists of a $1,000 award to the faculty member, along with a citation.

ACM/IEEE A. Richard Newton Technical Impact Award in Electronic Design Automation

Presented annually at the ACM/IEEE Design Automation Conference to an individual or a group which has made an outstanding technical contribution in the scope of electronic design automation through a paper published at least ten years before the award is presented.  The award includes a plaque and $1,500 honorarium.

 

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