The Intel Research Impact Medal
The Intel Research Impact Medal acknowledges researchers whose work benefits Intel and the broader industrial and academic community. It is open to fulltime faculty from universities and research institutes worldwide. Candidates must be nominated by an Intel employee, preferably one with firsthand knowledge of the candidate’s work. Eligible candidates are encouraged to contact their Intel collaborators about submitting Intel Research Impact Medal nominations.
The Intel Research Impact Medal is a direct monetary award ($10,000 or equivalent in local currency). Nominations are due August 12, 2011. Eligible nominees will be notified soon after, at which point an up-to-date curriculum vitae will be requested. Nominations will be reviewed by a panel of senior Intel technologists. Award selection is based on demonstrated impact of the candidate’s research within Intel, its benefit to Intel customers and end-users, and its influence within the broader academic community. Awards will be announced in September 2011.
The Intel Research Impact Medal is administered by the Intel Academic Research Office. Please click here to download the nomination form. Please direct questions about the award to IRIMemail@example.com.
2011 Award Winner
Please join us in congratulating our 2011 winner—Andre Seznec of IRISA/INIRA (Institut de Recherche en Informatique et Systèmes Aléatoires) in France. His exemplary work on high-performance computer micro-architectures, branch prediction, and cache architecture, have been of tremendous benefit to Intel, the industry, and the academic community as a whole.