SPRING 20: EU-40 Materials Prize
We seek to honor those whose work has already had a major impact in the field, and those young researchers whose work already leads to great expectations for future leadership.
Apply to the 2020 edition of the EU-40 Materials Prize
Nominations should include:
- Curriculum Vitae including birth date.
- List of key publications (including citations and impact factors)
- Letters of support from two well established scientists
- Any additional supporting information relevant to the award
The award consists of a 5,000 Euro cash prize, a certificate, waiver of the meeting registration fee and a plenary talk at the Spring Meeting of the European Materials Research Society where the award will be presented.
The nomination package should not exceed 10 pages (excluding the list of key publications) and should be sent by email at email@example.com (subject: eu40materials) before February 28, 2020.
The nominee shall not have reached his/her 40th birthday in the year in which the nomination is submitted (2019).
2020 winner: Are you the next one?
2019 winner: Laura Na Liu, University of Heidelberg, Germany
2018 winner: Xinliang Feng, Chair of Molecular Functional Materials, TU Dresden, Germany
2017 winner: Bettina V. Lotsch, Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany
2016 winner: Henry J. Snaith, Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, U.K.
2015 winner: Aron Walsh, University of Bath, U.K.
2014 winner: Jordi Arbiol, ICREA & ICMAB-CSIC, Catalonia, Spain
2013 winner: Manuel Bibes, CNRS/Thales, France
2012 winners: Molly M. Stevens, Imperial College, U.K. - Francesco Stellacci, EPFL, Switzerland
2011 winner: Andrea C. Ferrari, Cambridge University, U.K.
Proposals should be sent within the February 28, 2019 by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
They will be evaluated shortly after and the proposers will be informed end of March 2019.