INNS Awards – Call for Nominations

 
Each year, the International Neural Network Society presents several awards recognizing outstanding contributions in the field of neural networks. Any active member of INNS may nominate an individual for one or more awards. The nominee does not have to be a member of INNS.
Information on the nomination process is available at the INNS Award Nomination page.
 
Nominations must be submitted through the nomination form and the submitter should have received an email acknowledgement from the system by December 31, 2021.
 
 
 
Lifetime Contribution Awards 
Lifetime Contribution Awards recognize outstanding individuals whose scientific life contributions to the field of neural networks have proven to be paradigm-changing and long-lasting. The program confers three awards recognizing achievements in different areas: 
  • Donald O. Hebb Award. This award recognizes outstanding contributions to research in biological learning.
  • Hermann von Helmholtz Award. This award recognizes outstanding contributions to research in perception.
  • Dennis Gabor Award. This award recognizes outstanding contributions to engineering applications of neural networks.
Each of these awards is accompanied by a plaque and a check for $1,000.
 Aharon Katzir Young Investigator Award
The Aharon Katzir Young Investigator Award is conferred on up to two exceptionally promising young investigators in the field of neural networks.
This award is accompanied by a plaque and a check for $500 for each awardee.



Click here for the INNS Award Nomination form.  All nominations must be submitted through our online form.
View the list of INNS Award Recipients.
 

INNS Doctoral Dissertation Award

Description

Presented annually to the author(s) of the best doctoral dissertation(s) in neural networks, machine learning, and related fields by INNS members in recognition of his/her high-quality, excellent, and outstanding research work.

How to Nominate

INNS established the Doctoral Dissertation Award program to recognize and encourage high-quality, excellent, and outstanding research and writing by doctoral candidates in computer science and engineering among its members. The award is presented at the IJCNN Awards Banquet and is accompanied by a prize of 500​ USD.


Details of how to nominate can be downloaded at this link



For information on making a nomination, please review the INNS Award Nomination page.     

 
Click here for the INNS Award Nomination form.  All nominations must be submitted through our online form.
 
View the list of INNS Award Recipients.