Deadline for applications: January 17th, 2020
The 2019 Awardees are Dr. Julien Nicolas, CNRS, University Paris-Sud/Paris-Saclay and Prof. Ilja K. Voets, Eindhoven University of Technology!
The ACS Macro Lett./Biomacromolecules/Macromolecules Young Investigator Award recognizes two individuals, early in their careers, who have made a major impact on the field of polymer science. This award was established in 2013 and is administered and supported by the POLY division of the ACS, Biomacromolecules, Macromolecules, and ACS Macro Letters. The award is presented annually at the fall at the national ACS meeting during the POLY/PMSE award program.
Award: Awardees receive a plaque, an honorarium of $3,000, and travel expenses up to $1,500 to attend the National ACS Meeting at which the award is presented. The recipient is expected to present at a symposium in his/her honor at the National ACS Meeting. The award shall be granted to an individual without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, or sexual orientation.
Eligibility: A nominee cannot be an Editor-in-chief, Deputy Editor, or Associate Editor of the sponsoring journals, nor a member of the selection committee in the year the awardee is selected. Self nominations are not allowed. Nominees must be of age 40 years or below on January 1, of the award year. The awardee candidates should have published at least one article in either Biomacromolecules, Macromolecules, or ACS Macro Letters in the previous 2 years. Nominees from academia, industry, and national laboratories are encouraged.
Nomination: (Before making a nomination, you must get the nominee’s consent to share information about them as a part of the nomination process. This is necessary for the American Chemical Society, ACS Publications, and the ACS Division of Polymer Chemistry to comply with laws and rules around the processing of personal data.) Nominations should be submitted at https://americanchemical.co1.
1. A nomination letter highlighting the nominee’s accomplishments as an early-career researcher
2. The nominee’s CV, including a complete publication list
3. A 100-word statement describing the nominee’s primary accomplishments.
4. A list of the nominee’s 10 most-relevant publications, including DOI numbers
||Ilja K. Voets||Julien Nicolas|
|2018||Jeremiah Johnson||Matt Gibson|
|2017||Rachel O’Reilly||Richard Hoogenboom|
|2016||Cyrille Boyer||Andrew Dove|
|2015||Matt Becker||Brent Sumerlin|
|2014||Sebastien Perrier||Zhiyuan Zhong|
|2013||Raffaele Mezzenga||David Michael Lynn|
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