Call for ACM SIGKDD Award Nominations

From: Osmar Zaiane (zaiane@cs.ualberta.ca)
Date: Fri Apr 05 2002 - 04:57:53 MEST

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    ACM SIGKDD, the leading professional organization of data miners,
    invites your nominations for

    1. SIGKDD Innovation Award, and
    2. SIGKDD Services Award.

    SIGKDD Innovation Award
    One SIGKDD Innovation Award will be given to one individual or one
    group of collaborators who has made significant technical innovations
    in the field of Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery that have been
    transferred to practice in significant ways, or that have
    significantly influenced direction of research and development in the
    field.
    Rakesh Agrawal was the winner of SIGKDD Innovation Award in 2000.

    SIGKDD Services Award
    One SIGKDD Services Award will be given to one individual or one group
    who has performed significant services to the field, that include
    professional volunteer services in disseminating technical information
    to the field, education, research funding, etc.
    Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro was the winner of SIGKDD Services Award in 2000.

    Nomination Process
    Each nomination should be co-sponsored by at least 3 people. Email
    co-sponsorship is accepted. Nominations should include a 200-500 word
    statement to justify the nomination, and other supporting materials.
    At most one award will be given each year in each category.

    Please send all materials by email by May 1, 2002 to Gregory
    Piatetsky-Shapiro, awards@kdnuggets.com.

    Important dates:
    Deadline for nominations: May 1, 2002.
    Recommendation to ACM SIGKDD Chair: May 31, 2002.
    Announcement of the Awards at ACM SIGKDD-2002 conference: July 26, 2002.
    Exclusion: People on the ACM SIGKDD Awards Committee or SIGKDD
    Chairman Won Kim are not eligible to be nominated.
    ACM SIGKDD Awards Committee
    Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro (KDnuggets), Chair
    Rakesh Agrawal (IBM)
    Daryl Pregibon (AT&T)
    Jiawei Han (U. Illinois Urbana Champaign)
    Foster Provost (New York University)
    Thomas G. Dietterich (Oregon State University)

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