At every ACME conference a number of prizes are awarded to young researchers presenting their work at the conference. These include:
The best post-doctoral research paper.
Congratulations to Mr Chun Hean Lee (Swansea University) for his presentation entitled An entropy-based stabilised Petrov-Galerkin formulation for linear tetrahedral elements in compressible, nearly incompressible and truly incompressible fast solid dynamics
The best postgraduate research paper.
Congratulations to Mr Dirk Ekelschot (Imperial College London) for his presentation entitled P-adaption for compressible laminar flow problems using a goal-based error estimator
The best PhD thesis
The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) is sponsoring a student prize. This will be awarded to the best presentation of the Conference by a PhD student with particular emphasis on Applied Mathematics.
Congratulations to Mr Rogelio Ortigosa (Swansea University) for his presentation entitled A variational framework for large strain polyconvex dielectric elastomers
The National Research Network for Advanced Engineering and Materials (NRN) is sponsoring a prize. This will be awarded to the best presentation of the Conference with particular emphasis on Industrial Applications.
Congratulations to Dr Susanne Claus (Cardiff University) for her presentation entitled CutFEM: a stabilised Nitsche XFEM method for multi-physics problems
Best research image competition
The Conference organisers launched a competition trough the ACME2015 twitter account to select the best research image.
Congratulations to Lucas Franceschi (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil) who won free registration to the conference. The winner image can be seen here.