ILAS-Net 2022
Message Archive

2022 January 12
ILAS-NET Message No. 2380
SUBJECT: Call for Nominations, Householder Prize for Best PhD Thesis

The 2022 Householder Award for the best PhD thesis in numerical linear algebra, for a PhD earned between 1 January 2020 and 31 December 2021, will be presented at the XXI Householder Symposium on Numerical Linear Algebra held from 12-17 June 2022 at hotel Sierra Silvana, Selva di Fasano, Italy. The deadline for nominations is 31 January 2022. The PhD supervisor must submit the PhD dissertation, an appraisal and one or more external letters of recommendation supporting the nomination. For more information, see
2022 January 05
ILAS-NET Message No. 2379
SUBJECT: ILAS Election Voting Is Now Open

On January 5th, 2022, each current member of ILAS was e-mailed an individual link, username, password and instructions for electronic voting, and voting is open.

The ballot is self-explanatory, with instructions. You may vote for Vice President (one) and members of the Board of Directors (two). Note that all candidates on the ballot were nominated by the ILAS Nominating Committee but there has been a slate change since the prior ILAS-Net announcement.

If you did not receive an e-mail and think you are a member, please verify that you are indeed an ILAS member (remember, receiving ILAS-Net messages does not imply you are an ILAS member). You can determine whether or not you are a member of ILAS by consulting the website:

If you are a member and did not receive an e-mail, please contact Minerva Catral, ILAS Secretary/Treasurer, at to obtain your username and password.

If you have received your instructions but have not yet voted, you may vote any time through 11:59 PM GMT January 25, 2021 (ILAS operates on Greenwich Mean Time) but it is recommended to vote by January 24 because the election ends at 11:59 PM GMT regardless of the time zone you are in.