JIPAM Prize - 2000
|JIPAM, Journal of Inequalities in Pure and Applied Mathematics, is a
peer-reviewed electronic journal which aims to foster and develop further growth
in all areas of mathematics relating to inequalities. To encourage the
submission of manuscripts of the highest quality the JIPAM management will
award an annual prize to the best published paper.
The assessment criteria for the judging of the papers is:
Does the paper have, or is it likely to have a major impact in its field of
Does the paper explain its relevance in regards to previous documented
Is the paper well presented. Is it clear, logical, succinct and concise. Pay
some attention to the quality of its English.
Is the technique applied to the problem appropriate, or would another
approach be more fruitful.
Ex-Officio Members for the JIPAM prize
Prof. S.S. Dragomir
Assoc. Prof. P. Cerone
Assoc. Prof. N.S. Barnett
Dr. A. Sofo
Dr. J. Roumeliotis
ex-officio members will have no voting rights and will also be ineligible for
Judging Panel for 2000 Volume
The judging panel for 2000 is as follows:
|Prof. L. Losonczi
|Prof. J.E. Pečarić
University of Zagreb,
Prof. Z. Pale
Prof. L.E. Persson
Luleć University of Technology
|Prof. C.E.M. Pearce
The University of Adelaide,
|The members of the judging panel will be ineligible for the prize.
- The 2000 JIPAM best paper award
- A small monetary reward
Nominations for the Prize
The five papers below have been nominated by the judging panel.
The judging panel for 2000 have decided that the inaugural JIPAM prize should be
The Editor-in-Chief, Professor S.S. Dragomir together with the judging panel
congratulate the five worthy nominated papers and the winner:
Professor C.P. Niculescu