Mathématiques de l'Imagerie et de ses Applications
Biennial French-German Mathematics in Imaging Phd Prize
The prize is organized and awarded by GdR CNRS MIA, GAMM-SIP and SMAI SIGMA group.
2018 : Emmanuel Soubiès (Biomedical Imaging Group, EPFL)
Art. 1 – Description
The prize is awarded to a young researcher with oustanding contribution to the field of Mathematics in Imaging.
The prize is awarded every two-year and is to be presented at the occasion of the Mathematical Image Analysis (MIA) conference series.
The award consists of a certificate, financial recognition of 1000 €, and a plenary talk at MIA conference.
The award is attributed annually, generally to a single winner, by the PhD Thesis Award jury.
The first prize has been awarded in January 2018 at MIA conference in Berlin.
Art. 2 – Conditions for application
To be considered for the award, the defense of the PhD thesis should take place between two editions of the MIA conference series .
The applicants must also have carried out and defended their PhD in a French or German institution.
Art. 3 – Application
Their treatment is confidential.
Applications must contain:
The thesis manuscript in digital format. For those who wrote their PhD in French, an extended summary of 4 pages in English must be provided.
A supporting letter from the PhD advisor(s).
The PhD referees reviews.
A curriculum vitae of the student including publication list and conference presentations.
All of the above documents are to be submitted as a single archive in digital on the Submission website.
Art. 4 – Jury
A jury is selected by GdR CNRS MIA and GAMM-SIP.
A jury member cannot be a PhD advisor of a candidate for the award.
The jury may ask for external and independent expertise when necessary.
Decisions are taken by simple majority. In the event of a tie, the Chairman shall prevail. The jury’s decision cannot be appealed.
Alfred Bruckstein (Technion),
Raymond Chan (Chinese University of Hong Kong),
Selim Esedoglu (University of Michigan) and
Rebecca Willett (University of Wisconsin).
Jean-François Aujol (University Bordeaux),
Martin Burger (University of Munster),
Albert Cohen (University Pierre et Marie Curie), Jalal Fadili (Normandy University-ENSICAEN), Michael Hintermuller (Humboldt-University of Berlin), Gabriel Peyré (CNRS-ENS Paris) and
Gabriele Steidl (University of Keiserslautern).