SIAM Fellows Program. Honor SIAM members who are recognized by their peers as distinguished for their contributions to the discipline. Help make outstanding SIAM members more competitive for awards and honors when they are being compared with colleagues from other disciplines.
Charu C. Aggarwal | IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
For contributions to knowledge discovery and data mining algorithms.
Ann S. Almgren | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
For contributions to the development of numerical methods for fluid dynamics and applying them to large-scale scientific and engineering problems.
Aharon Ben-Tal | Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
For contributions to continuous optimization, both theory and applications, including the field of robust optimization.
Vincent D. Blondel | Université catholique de Louvain
For contributions to analysis and algorithms for graphs and networks and computational complexity analysis of control problems.
Stephen P. Boyd | Stanford University
For fundamental contributions to the development, teaching, and practice of optimization in engineering.
Fred Brauer | University of British Columbia and University of Wisconsin - Madison - Professor Emeritus
For contributions to differential equations, predator-prey systems and harvesting, mathematical epidemiology of infectious diseases, and applied mathematics education.
Franco Brezzi | Istituto Universitario di Studi Superiori di Pavia
For fundamental contributions to the theory, development, and practice of finite element methods, including mixed, hybrid, discontinuous, and virtual element Galerkin methods.
Fan Chung Graham | University of California, San Diego
For contributions to combinatorics, graph theory, and their applications.
Tyrone E. Duncan | University of Kansas
For contributions to stochastic optimal and adaptive control, filtering theory, and stochastic analysis.
Charles M. Elliott | University of Warwick
For contributions to the numerical analysis of nonlinear partial differential equations.
Anne Greenbaum | University of Washington
For contributions to theoretical and numerical linear algebra.
William W. Hager | University of Florida
For contributions to optimal control, optimization theory, and numerical optimization algorithms.
Per Christian Hansen | Technical University of Denmark
For contributions to algorithms for rank-deficient and discrete ill-posed problems and regularization techniques.
Tamara G. Kolda | Sandia National Laboratories
For contributions to numerical algorithms and software in multi-linear algebra, optimization, and graph analysis.
Petros Koumoutsakos | ETH Zurich
For pioneering work in numerical methods and high-performance computing, multiscale modeling and computational fluid dynamics, and computational biology.
Miroslav Krstic | University of California, San Diego
For seminal contributions to control of nonlinear and distributed parameter systems.
Rachel Kuske | University of British Columbia
For contributions to the theory of stochastic and nonlinear dynamics and its application, and for promoting equity and diversity in mathematics.
Charles E. Leiserson | Massachusetts Institute of Technology
For enduring influence on parallel computing systems and their adoption into mainstream use through scholarly research and development.
Qun Lin | Chinese Academy of Sciences
For contributions to numerical methods for partial differential equations and integral equations.
Esmond G. Ng | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
For contributions to the development, analysis, and application of sparse matrix algorithms for solving large-scale scientific and engineering problems.
Hinke M. Osinga | The University of Auckland
For contributions to theory and computational methods for dynamical systems.
Christopher C. Paige | McGill University - Professor Emeritus
For contributions to matrix computations and numerical stability analysis, including fundamental insights into the Lanczos process.
Rodolphe Sepulchre | University of Cambridge
For contributions to nonlinear control theory and nonlinear optimization.
Halil Mete Soner | ETH Zurich
For contributions to the theory of stochastic optimal control, viscosity solutions and mathematical finance.
Panagiotis E. Souganidis | The University of Chicago
For contributions to the theory and numerical solution of both deterministic and stochastic partial differential equations and their applications.
Ping Tak Peter Tang | Intel Corporation
For contributions to scientific computing infrastructure including floating-point arithmetic and elementary-function computations and in transferring technology from academia to industry.
Moshe Y. Vardi | Rice University
For contributions to the development of logic as a unifying foundational framework and a tool for modeling computational systems.
Charles W. Wampler | General Motors Company
For his pioneering work in kinematics and the numerical solution of polynomial systems.
Clarence Eugene Wayne | Boston University
For contributions to the theory of dynamical systems and partial differential equations.
Henry Wolkowicz | University of Waterloo
For contributions to convex optimization and matrix theory.
Gang George Yin | Wayne State University
For contributions to stochastic systems theory, modeling, computational methods, and applications.