EAIP Young Scientist Award

The Young Scientist Award has been  proposed by Alemdar Hasanov during his term  as Chair of biennial conferences “Inverse Problems: Modeling and Simulation” (since 2002), in order to promote young scientists. The Young Scientist Award is awarded to a young scientist who has done outstanding research in inverse problems and applications. The award has been established of the during the 4th International Conference “Inverse Problems: Modeling and Simulation” in May 2008.

One year after the establishment of the Eurasian Association on Inverse Problems (EAIP), in 2015, the award has been renamed  as the EAIP Young Scientist Award.

EAIP Young Scientist Award(s) will be presented to young scientists of ages below 40  at the time  of the  biennial conference IPMS, with particular merits in inverse problems analysis and its applications. Candidates for the awards may be nominated by their organizations as well as may apply themselves. The deadline for submission of nominations for Young Scientist Award – two month before the date of each IPMS  conference.

 The awardees will be selected by the Award Committee and awards will only be given to participants. The award, including free social program and valuable gifts, will be presented during the Opening Ceremony of the conference. 

EAIP Award Committee

2008 Awardees

2010 Awardee

2014 Awardees