SIGMOD - Management of Data
SIGMOD Contribution Award
Given to recognize a significant contribution to the field of database systems through research funding, education, professional services, etc. The award includes a prize of $1,000.
SIGMOD Edgar F. Codd Innovations Award
Given to honor a significant contribution to the field of database systems through research during the past ten years that has been reduced to practice and is in wide use. The award includes a prize of $10,000.
SIGMOD Test of Time Award
Recognizes the best paper from the SIGMOD proceedings 10 years earlier, based on the criterion of identifying the paper that has had the most impact (research, products, etc.) over the intervening decade.The award includes a prize of $1,000.
SIGMOD Jim Gray Doctoral Dissertation Award
Given to recognize excellent research by doctoral candidates in the database field. The award includes a plaque and the opportunity to present the work at the SIGMOD conference. The award includes a prize of $1,000.
PODS Alberto O. Mendelzon Test-of-Time Award
Awarded every year to a paper or a small number of papers published in the PODS proceedings ten years prior that had the most impact in terms of research, methodology, or transfer to practice over the intervening decade. The award includes a plaque and $1,000.
SIGMOD Systems Award
Awarded to an institution or a set of individuals to recognize the development of a software or hardware system that has had significant impact on the theory and practice of large-scale data management systems. The award includes a plaque and a prize of $10,000.
The ACM SIGPLAN Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages is a forum for the discussion of all aspects of programming languages and programming systems. Invited speakers are Derek Dreyer, Max Planck Institute for Software Systems; Gordon Plotkin, University of Edinburgh; and Sarah Lawsky, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law. Tutorials will cover Message-Passing Concurrency and Substructural Logics; Computational Higher Type Theory; and Relational Interpreters for Program Synthesis.