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Maple Founders’ Award

The Maple Founders’ Award is given annually to an outstanding student in the area of computational science and engineering. It is awarded to a junior or senior in the Department of Computer Science who shows potential for teaching or advanced work in computational or computer science.

This award is sponsored by Maplesoft , the company behind the Maple computer algebra system. This award builds on the department’s strengths in symbolic computation, use of computer algebra systems in education, and the long relationship between the department and Maplesoft.

Award Winners

  • 2013: Kristian Calhoun
  • 2012: Patrick Lockner
  • 2011: Daniel Zollers
  • 2010: Aaron Rosenfeld
  • 2009: Nam Pham
  • 2008: Vito Salerno
  • 2007: Kyle C. Binder
  • 2006: Sean T. Durkin
  • 2005: Aliaksei U. Sandryhaila
  • 2004: Lenard Anthony Sieger
  • 2003: Yevgen Voronenko
  • 2002: Lisa Anthony
  • 2001: Mitch Peabody
  • 2000: Ross Snyder
  • 1999: Martin Traverso
  • 1998: Joel Eden
  • 1997: Clinton V. Hepner
  • 1996: Igor Vodov
  • 1995: Hoi Man Chang
  • 1994: Octavian Belcea
  • 1993: Andrew Porebski