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ISE-Elsevier Prize for Applied Electrochemistry


Description
The ISE-Elsevier Prize for Applied Electrochemistry may be awarded annually to a scientist of less than 35 years of age on January 1 of the year of the award, for recent achievements in the field of applied electrochemistry.

Rules for the ISE-Elsevier Prize for Applied Electrochemistry

SUBMISSION OF AWARD APPLICATION: All correspondence, whether by mail or email and including that for awards joint between ISE and other societies, should be sent to the ISE Office. Unsuccessful candidates can re-apply in a subsequent year, provided that they still meet the age requirements.

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The ISE-Elsevier Prize for Applied Electrochemistry may be awarded annually to a scientist of less than 35 years of age on January 1st of the year of the award, for recent application-oriented achievements in the field of applied electrochemistry.

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The prize consists of a certificate and the sum of 2000 EURO, inclusive of a contribution towards travel expenses for the winner to attend the ISE Meeting where the award will be presented.

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Candidates must be ISE members in good standing and should apply on their own behalf.

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The application should consist of the following items: a curriculum vitae, a publication record, a maximum of five of the most relevant publications and a statement by a senior electrochemist concerning the scientific contribution of the candidate to any joint publications. The application should be uploaded via the Submission Site. All documents uploaded must be in PDF format.

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The prize winner is selected by a committee chaired by a distinguished scientists active in the field of applied electrochemistry, appointed by the Executive Committee of ISE, and consisting of the Chairpersons of ISE Divisions 3, 4 and 5 and an additional member appointed by the Executive Committee.

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The prize is presented to the recipient at the Awards Session of the Annual ISE Meeting in the following year. The winner is expected to give a 20-minute lecture at a symposium of this Annual Meeting. ISE will pay for his/her registration and banquet fees.

 


Submission site


Previous winners
Shaojun Guo (2016)

ISE-Prize for Applied Electrochemistry
Adam Z. Weber (2008), Dan Brett and Charles Delacourt (2009), Marian Chatenet (2010), Frederic Maillard (2011), Karl Mayrhofer (2012), Naoaki Yabuuchi (2013), Yonggang Wang (2014), Prabeer Barpanda (2015)