Announcing the Winner of the Wilkes Award for 2016
We are pleased to announce this year's winning and shortlisted papers of the Wilkes Award for Volume 58 (2015).Winning paper
Cost-Aware Capacity Provisioning for Internet Video Streaming CDNs
Huajun He, Yang Zhao, Jinfu Wu and Ye Tian.
The Computer Journal (2015) 58 (12): 3255-3270.
While the award is only presented to the authors of one paper, the judging panel would also like to extend a special commendation and thanks to the authors of:
Minaz Parmar and Marios C. Angelides.
The Computer Journal (2015) 58 (9): 2135-2171.
Explore the shortlist of papers that were selected by the Section Editors for the judging panel's consideration. All papers are freely available.
About The Wilkes Award
The Wilkes Award is given once a year to the authors of the best paper published in the volume of The Computer Journal from the previous year. The Award consists of £150 purchase vouchers from Oxford University Press. The Wilkes Award is named after Sir Maurice Wilkes, who was Director of the Cambridge Computer Laboratory throughout the whole development of stored program computers starting with EDSAC; inventor of labels, macros and microprogramming; with David Wheeler and Stanley Gill, the inventor of a programming system based on subroutines. Criteria for the Award are originality and quality of theme and treatment.
Members of the Judging Panel
- Professor Mostafa A. Bassiouni, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science-Computer Science Division, University of Central Florida, USA
- Professor Mariangiola Dezani-Ciancaglini, Dipartimento di Informatica, Universita' di Torino, Italy
- Professor Fairouz Kamareddine, School of Mathematical and Computer Sciences, Heriot-Watt University, UK
- Professor Steve Furnell, School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics, Plymouth University, UK
Browse previous winners of the Wilkes Award.