The Constantin Caratheodory Prize of the International Society of Global Optimization is awarded bi-annually to an individual (or a group) for fundamental contributions to theory, algorithms, and applications of global optimization. The Prize named after mathematician Constantin Caratheodory is awarded for outstanding work that reflects contributions that have stood the test of time. The criteria include scientific excellence, innovation, significance, depth, and impact. The winner will receive an award of $2,000, and a certificate.
The Constantin Caratheodory Prize was established by the International Society of Global Optimization in 2011, and was first awarded at the Second World Congress on Global Optimization, held in Chania, Greece during July 3-7, 2011.
Nominations for The 2019 Constantin Caratheodory Prize are open. The deadline for nominations is January 15, 2019. Nominations should be sent to the Chair of the Committee Prof. Panos Pardalos, email@example.com
Selection Committee for the 2019 Constantin Caratheodory Prize:
- Dolores Romero Morales, Denmark
- Panos Pardalos, USA (Chair)
- Yaroslav Sergeyev, Italy
- Alexander Strekalovsky, Russia
- Julius Zilinskas, Lithuania
2013 Award (Sponsored by Anhui University of Science and Technology)
Panos Pardalos, University of Florida, USA
The Young Researcher Prize of the International Society of Global Optimization is granted to researchers demonstrating outstanding research performance. The award aims to inspire early stage researchers (received their PhD degrees within five years) to incorporate theory, algorithms, and applications of global optimization into their PhD thesis and research.
2013 Award (Sponsored by Izmir University of Ecnomics, Turkey )
Dr. Vittorio Latorre, Sapienza University of Rome, in recognition his excellent work on application of the canonical duality theory for solving challenging problems in neural network optimization and affine quasi-variational inequalities (jointly with Simone Sagratella).
The iSoGO Student Paper Prize is awarded to the student author(s) of the most outstanding paper(s) submitted to the WCGO. This award is based solely on the merit and content of the student’s contribution to the submitted paper. The purpose of the Student Paper Prizes is to recognize outstanding scholarship by students in global optimization.
2013 Award (Sponsored by Collaborative Research Network (CRN) grant from Australian Government)
Mr Yi Chen, University of Ballarat, for his paper entitled “Global Solutions to Large-Scale Spherical Constrained Quadratic Minimization via Canonical Dual Approach”.