The Herbert A. Simon Award for Outstanding Research in Computing and Philosophy recognizes scholars at an early stage of their academic career who are likely to reshape debates at the nexus of Computing and Philosophy by their original research.
Nominations for the Herbert A. Simon Award may be proposed either by academic institutions or by colleagues with some expertise in computing and philosophy.
Please note that the Simon Award is intended for “scholars at an early stage of their academic career”. The board will consider around 10 years from obtained PhD as a cutoff for early career. If you think there is any special reason to set the 10-year cutoff aside, please note in comments.
Prior recipients of this award can be found at https://www.iacap.org/awards/
For more senior academics, please consider the IACAP Covey award instead.