CAIMS-Fields Industrial Mathematics Prize
The CAIMS-Fields annual industrial mathematics prize is to be awarded to a researcher in recognition of exceptional research in any branch of industrial mathematics, interpreted broadly. The nominee’s research should have been conducted primarily in Canada. This Prize is a high honour to bestow upon an individual, and acknowledges industrial mathematics as a fundamental and vibrant discipline within the research culture of Canada.
The award will consist of a cash prize of $1,000 and a commemorative plaque that will be presented at the CAIMS Annual Meeting. The recipient will be invited to deliver a lecture at the CAIMS Annual Meeting in the year of the award. A travel allowance will be provided.
Nominations shall consist of:
- a cover letter explaining the basis of the nomination,
- up to three additional letters of support.
- a curriculum vitae,
- a publication list if not included in the CV.
Unsuccessful nominations which continue to meet the eligibility criteria will be automatically considered for a second year.
To submit an application for this award, go to Open Nominations page.
The Fields Institute began co-sponsoring this prize in 2015. The prize was formerly known as the CAIMS-Mprime Industrial Mathematics Prize, during which time Mprime was the co-sponsor.
2019 Prize Winner: Jianhong Wu
The Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society and the Fields Institute are pleased to announce that Prof. Jianhong Wu of York University has been awarded the 2019 CAIMS-Fields Industrial Mathematics Prize in recognition of their many contributions to dynamical systems in mathematical epidemiology and in particular, their collaborative research with public health professionals in government and industry: applying their expert knowledge to infectious disease mitigation strategies and preparedness.