|Name||Number Available||Amount||Selection Criteria||Closing Date||Sponsor/Donor|
|The Advanced Operating Systems Alumni Prize||1||$2,000||Best performance in COMP9242 Advanced Operating Systems||N/A||
|The Amadeus COMP9322 Prize||1||$500||Best performance in COMP9322 Service-Oriented Architectures||N/A|
|The Anita Borg Award||1||$2,000||
Female students who have completed two years full time study at CSE by the end of the year prior to the closing date, undergraduate or postgraduate, in any Program offered by CSE including combined Programs.
1. Contribution to the promotion or enhancement of the benefits of computing to society, including encouraging or facilitating the participation of women in computing.
|31 January||Gernot Heiser and Trudy Weibel|
|The Ben Rudzyn Memorial Prize in Microprocessors & Interfacing||1||$750||Best performance in COMP2121 Microprocessors & Interfacing||N/A||Susan and Joseph Rudzyn|
|The CISRA Best Research Paper Award||1||$2,000||Awarded on the recommendation of a judging panel, comprised of nominated UNSW academics.||Announced via email to students.|
|The CiSRA Project Award||2||$2,000||All undergraduate students in a CSE Program including combined Programs. Both group and individual project presentations are eligible. The project will be judged on:
* Commercial and industrial potential
* Size and complexity of development
* Depth of Concept
* and, to a lesser extend, the quality of the presentation.
Project judged by a panel.
|Announced via email to students.|
|The CSE Postgraduate Performance Prize||10||$0||Best performance for 24 units of Group D courses by a pgrad||N/A||The School of Computer Science and Engineering|
|The CSE Undergraduate Performance Prize Year 1||10||$0||Best performance from COMP1711 and 1721||N/A||The School of Computer Science and Engineering|
|The CSE Undergraduate Performance Prize Year 2||10||$0||Best performance from 18 UoC or more COMP Courses||N/A||The School of Computer Science and Engineering|
|The CSE Undergraduate Performance Prize Year 3||10||$0||Best performance from 24 UoC or more COMP Courses||N/A||The School of Computer Science and Engineering|
|The CSE Undergraduate Performance Prize Year 4||10||$0||Best avearge COMP WAM for (COMP|SENG|BINF)(4911|4931) plus any 12 units of COMP||N/A||The School of Computer Science and Engineering|
|The Google Third Year Prize||1||$1,000||Best 3 from:
3111, 3121, 3141, 3131, 3151, 3171, 3231, 3411, 3421, 3821, 3891, 4001, 4121, 9153, 9243, 9283, 9801, 9814, 9242
|The IMC Pacific COMP3121 Prize||3||
|Best three performances in COMP3121 Algorithms and Proramming Techniques||N/A|
|The Macquarie Performance Prize for Year 1||3||
|Top three students of the The CSE Undergraduate Performance Prize Year 1||N/A|
|The Macquarie Performance Prize for Year 2||3||1st $500
|Top three students of the The CSE Undergraduate Performance Prize Year 2||N/A|
|The Macquarie Second Year SENG2020 Award||1 team||$2,000||Selected from SENG2020 project presentations.||N/A|
|The Microforte COMP4431 Prize||1 team||$500||Selected from COMP4431 Game Design Workshop project presentations.||N/A|
|The Microsoft Performance Prize - Year 3||2||1st $300
|Top two students of the The CSE Undergraduate Performance Prize Year 3||N/A|
|The Murray Allen Award in Computer Science||1||$3,000||Best overall WAM student entering the honours year of Computer Science||N/A||Professor Murray Allen|
|The NICTA Performance Prize||1||$1,000||Top student of the The CSE Undergraduate Performance Prize Year 4||N/A|
|The Optiver COMP4001 Prize||1||$500||Best performance in COMP4001||N/A|
|The Optiver SENG3020 Prize||1 team||$2,000||Best team performance in SENG3020 Software Engineering Workshop||N/A|
|The OzLabs Operating System Award||1||$2,000||All students undertaking Operating Systems Courses. Not offered in 2011||N/A|
|The QuantumLinx COMP2111 Prize||1||$500||All students undertaking COMP2111||N/A|
|The UNSW COMPUTING John Lions Prize for Contribution to Open Software||1||$1,000||Australian High School and University Students. Enter Here||TBA||The School of Computer Science and Engineering|
** Prizes ($500-$1,999): Prizes have no application procedure, but reward students on work already performed.
** Awards ($2,000-$4,999): Awards may have an application or shortlisting procedure.
** Scholarships ($5,000 + ): Sponsors can outline the selection process (either from high school or from our current cohort) for selecting Scholars. Scholarships sometimes have an internship built into them.
Information on sponsoring can be found here on the CSE Industry Website