International Society of Electrochemistry

 

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Alexander Kuznetsov Prize for Theoretical Electrochemistry


SUBMISSION OF AWARD NOMINATION: 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 be re-nominated in subsequent years.

Rules for the Alexander Kuznetsov Prize for Theoretical Electrochemistry

 

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The Alexander Kuznetsov Prize is awarded every two years to a living individual who has made groundbreaking contribution to the theory of electrochemical phenomena.

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The Kuznetsov Prize is supported by ISE Division 7 “Physical Electrochemistry” in homage to Professor Alexander Mikhailovich Kuznetsov (1938-2009).

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The prize consists of a certificate, and the sum of 1000 Euro.

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Nominations can be made by individuals or institutions. Candidates may not nominate themselves. The nominees must be ISE members in good standing.

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The nomination should consist of no more than 1000 words giving details of the relevant contribution of the individual, with a list of her/his most important original publications justifying the nomination (10 at most). In addition, it should include no more than five letters supporting the nomination. Nominations should be uploaded via the Submission Site. All documents uploaded must be in PDF format.

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The winner is expected to give a 40-minute award lecture at the ISE Annual Meeting at which the award is presented. ISE will pay for his/her registration and banquet fees.

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The prize winner is selected by a committee chaired by the chairperson of Division 7 "Physical Electrochemistry" and comprising four other members. These members must be distinguished scientists active in the field of Theoretical Electrochemistry and are nominated by the officers of Division 7 "Physical Electrochemistry". Re-appointment for successive competitions for the Prize is possible.



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Previous winners
Michael Urbakh (2010), Wolfgang Schmickler (2011), Andrei Kulikovsky (2013), Martin Z. Bazant (2015)