The ACM SIGGRAPH Awards program recognizes individuals
who have made a significant contribution to the computer graphics
community through their research, teaching, service, or writing.
The Computer Graphics Achievement Award
Awarded annually to recognize a major accomplishment that:
The award is accompanied by an honorarium. Past recipients
of the Computer Graphics Achievement Award are:
- Provided a significant advance in the state of
the art of computer graphics
- Is still significant and apparent
James F. Blinn, James H. Clark, Loren Carpenter, Turner Whitted, Robert
L. Cook, Alan H. Barr, John E. Warnock, Richard Shoup, Alvy Ray Smith,
James T. Kajiya, Henry Fuchs, Patrick Hanrahan, Kenneth E. Torrance,
Kurt Akeley, Marc Levoy, Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz, Michael F. Cohen,
Anthony D. DeRose, David Salesin, Andy Witkin, and David Kirk.
The Steven Anson Coons Award for Outstanding Creative Contributions
to Computer Graphics
This award, presented during odd-numbered years, recognizes long-term
creative impact on the field of computer graphics through a personal
commitment over an extended period of time.
The Steven Anson Coons Award has been presented to:
Ivan E. Sutherland, Pierre Bézier, Donald P. Greenberg, David
C. Evans, Andries van Dam, Edwin Catmull, Jose Encarnação,
James D. Foley, James F. Blinn, and Lance Williams.
The Significant New Researcher Award
The Significant New Researcher Award is awarded annually to a researcher
who has made a recent significant contribution to the field of computer
graphics and is new to the field. The intent is to recognize people
who, though early in their careers, have already made a notable contribution.
The Significant New Researcher Award has been presented to Paul Debevec and Steven J. Gortler.
The scope of the areas of accomplishment for award recipients encompasses
both theory and application including, but not limited to, works of
art, development of algorithms, hardware design, and innovative application
of computer graphics. These awards, however, are not intended solely
to recognize service to SIGGRAPH.
Please send nominations to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: 31 December 2002
ACM SIGGRAPH Outstanding Service Award
This award, presented for the first time at SIGGRAPH 98, is given
on even-numbered years to recognize outstanding service to ACM SIGGRAPH
by a volunteer. It recognizes persons who have given extraordinary
service to ACM SIGGRAPH, both in the trenches and in positions of
more responsibility or visibility, over a significant period of time.
The ACM SIGGRAPH Outstanding Service Award has been presented to Maxine
Brown, Thomas DeFanti, Copper Frances Giloth, and Bertram Herzog.
Nominees for this award should be willing to work behind the scenes,
push new ideas until they become a reality, help other volunteers,
and devote a large part of their lives to serving ACM SIGGRAPH and
Please send Outstanding Service Award nominations to: