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Shell India Computational Talent Prize
Rising global energy demand and difficult-to-access oil and gas, coupled with environmental and social issues form the crux of the energy challenge.
Energy production in the future needs to become 'smarter' and more efficient, with a smaller environmental footprint. Computational research is increasingly used to deliver such innovative technology solutions.
Shell recently set up the Computational Centre of Excellence in Bengaluru, India to foster cutting-edge Computational R&D. The Shell India Computational Talent Prize (SICTP) has been established to recognize outstanding computational research by students in Indian academia. The annual award will be given to a recent paper published by the student, with impactful and innovative computational contribution. The award aims to encourage computational efforts in every field of science. Shell India Computational Talent Prize will be presented yearly at a ceremony held during the HiPC conference.
Each year the intention is to have up to three high quality papers recognized through an award upto Rs. 100,000.
Winners will also receive travel expenses to attend the HiPC.
|SICTP Gold Award||Rs. 50,000.00|
|SICTP Silver Award||Rs. 30,000.00|
|SICTP Bronze Award||Rs. 20,000.00|
Shell India Computational Talent Prize 2014
The 2014 competition was open for paper submission from Oct 1, 2014 to Nov 1, 2014. We received about 100 high quality papers, and our jury then ranked these papers based on criteria of Novelty, Presentation and Expected Impact. The SICTP Gold, Silver and Bronze awards were given out during a prize distribution ceremony in the HiPC (www.hipc.org) conference held during Dec.18-21 at Goa.
The prize winning papers for the SICTP 2014 award are:
||Wrinkling of Atomic Planes in Ultrathin Au Nanowires
||Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore|
||A deterministic thermostat for controlling
temperature using all degrees of freedom
|Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
||Parallel Bayesian Network Structure Learning for
Genome-Scale Gene Networks
|Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai
Competition Jury also nominated two papers for Honorable Mention:
|Name of Recipient||Title of Paper||Affiliation|
|Nipun Arora||Lift-drag and flow structures associated with the "clap and fling" motion||Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi|
|Saikishan Suryanarayana||Free turbulent shear layer in a point vortex gas as a problem in nonequilibrium statistical mechanics||Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced
Scientific Research, Bangalore