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Announcing 1996 Undergraduate Computational Science Education Awards

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  • Subject: [mg4647] Announcing 1996 Undergraduate Computational Science Education Awards
  • From: tlm at (Dr. T. L. Marchioro II)
  • Date: Thu, 22 Aug 1996 03:55:03 -0400
  • Organization: Ames Laboratory
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at

1996 UGCSA Winners 

As part of its charter to promote excellence in CSE education, the
Undergraduate Computational Engineering and Science project sponsors
national awards programs to reward innovative contributions to the
field.  Foremost among these is the Undergraduate Computational
Science Education Awards (UGCSA) which recognizes outstanding
contributions to undergraduate CSE education by faculty.

The cycle for the 1996 competition was recently completed.  In an
extremely competitive year with many fine submissions, the judging
committee chose seven submissions as being particularly worthy of
recognition. Two more were given honorable mention.  A list of the
award winners and honorable mentions is appended below, including
name, address and institution of the winners, and the title of
their proposal. Details of their submission will appear within the
next month at

On Friday, September 20th, a presentation session will
be held for the winning entries in Washington, DC. 

The presentation session will be held at

Holiday Inn Capitol
550 C Street, SW, 
Washington, DC

from approximately 1-4:30 pm.  This session is open to the public
and interested parties are invited to attend. If you will be in
the DC area, or know of someone in the area who would be interested
in seeing these innovative contributions to CSE education, please
try to make the session.  If you plan to attend, please RSVP to
ugcsa at

The UGCSA, including profiles of the 1995 winners, and other UCES
sponsored awards programs were covered in an article which appeared
in the Winter issue of the IEEE Computational Science & Engineering

The schedule for the 1997 awards cycle has not yet been set, but
will be announced in this forum when it is determined.

Please join me in extending congratulations to all of the award
winners.  I hope to see many of you next week in Washington DC.
Please feel free to address any questions about this, or the other
UCES awards programs, to me at uces at

Yours ---- Tom


Terry G. Anderson
Appalachian State University
Mathematical Sciences Dept.
Boone, NC  28608

tga at

"Thomson's Jumping Ring:  A Nonlinear Integro-Differential Equation


Bruce A. Finlayson
University of Washington
Dept. of Chemical Engineering
Box 351750
Seattle, WA  98195-1750

finlayson at

"Problem-Centered Course in Numerical Methods"


David D. Riley
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Computer Science Dept.
134 Morris Hall
La Crosse, WI  54601

riley at

"Computational Science Academic Minor"


Mariusz Jankowski
University of Southern Maine
Dept. of Electrical Engineering
37 College Avenue
Gorham, ME  04038

mjkcc at

"Teaching Digital Image Processing with Mathematica"


Joe Zachary
University of Utah
Dept. of Computer Science
Salt Lake City, UT  84112

zachary at	

"Engineering Computing:  An Introductory Course in Scientific
Programming Using Maple and C"


Manavendra Misra
Colorado School of Mines
Dept. Math and Computer Sciences
Golden, CO  80401

mmisra at

"A Course in Parallel Computing for Scientists and Engineers"


Brian P. Coppola
University of Michigan
930 North University Ave.
Rm. 2403, Chemistry Bldg.
Ann Arbor, MI  48109-1055

bcoppola at

"A Fully Integrated Computational Chemistry Component Within a
Large First Year Honors Program"



Craig S. Henriquez
Duke University
Biomedical Engineering
PO Box 90281
Durham, NC  27708

ch at

"Computer-Based System Design and Visualization in Biomedical


Janet S. Anderson
Union College
Dept. of Chemistry
Schenectady, NY  12308

andersoj at

"Integration of Computational Chemistry and 
Mathematica into Quantum Chemistry"

Dr. Thomas L. Marchioro II      Two-wheeled theoretical physicist
Applied Mathematical Sciences   515-294-9779
Ames Laboratory                 515-432-9142 (home)
Ames, Iowa 50011                tlm at
Project Coordinator: Undergraduate Computational Engineering and Sciences


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