Awards

 
LeCoq de Boisbaudran Senior Award
LeCoq de Boisbaudran Award, Call 2015
 
Junior Award

Junior Award Call, 2015

Spedding Award (RERC, USA)
 
 

Junior award

1. The Junior award, subsidised by ERES is in principle bestowed every three years during the ERES-sponsored International Conference on f-Elements (ICFE). It amounts to 1000 Euros.
2. The awardee may be of any nationality and may be located in an academic, governmental or industrial institution, or elsewhere. He/She should ideally be under 35.
3. The award is given for an innovative contribution to the science and/or technology of the f-elements. Contributions to other areas of science or technology should not be part of the decision. On the other hand, the potential of the candidate in the field of research and/or technology should be a major consideration in the decision.
4. The call for nominations is published in the ERES Newsletter and on the web site of the association. Nominations can be proposed by any scientist or industry people active in the field of f-elements; they should be accompanied by a full curriculum vitae of the proposed candidate and, whenever possible, they should be backed by seconding letters covering information complementary to the nominating letter.
5. The nomination committee is comprised of the ERES executive committee enlarged by the chair of the ICFE conference and, depending on the candidates proposed, by experts in the relevant fields, appointed by the executive committee.

Approved by the General council, Madrid, September 21, 2000.

 

 

LeCoq de Boisbaudran Award

1. The LeCoq de Boisbaudran award, subsidised by Rhodia Rare Earths is in principle bestowed every three years during the ERES-sponsored International Conference on f-Elements (ICFE).
2. The awardee may be of any nationality and may be located in an academic, governmental or industrial institution, or elsewhere.
3. The award is given for outstanding and long-lasting contribution to the science and/or technology of the f-elements. Major contributions to other areas of science or technology should not be part of the decision. On the other hand, other factors may be considered in the evaluation of the candidates, such as contributions to (i) teaching or graduate training in f-elements, (ii) professional societies, (iii) publications related to f-elements (editorships, etc.).
4. The call for nominations is published in the ERES Newsletter and on the web site of the association. Nominations can be proposed by any scientist or industry people active in the field of f-elements; they should be accompanied by a full curriculum vitae of the proposed candidate and, whenever possible, they should be backed by seconding letters covering information complementary to the nominating letter.
5. The nomination committee is comprised of the ERES executive committee enlarged by one Rhodia representative, by the chair of the ICFE conference and, depending on the candidates proposed, by experts in the relevant fields, appointed by the executive committee.

Approved by the General council, Madrid, September 21, 2000.


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