Call for Nominations: 2019 Emerging Leader in Atomic Spectroscopy

Sep 01, 2016
By Spectroscopy Editors
Spectroscopy magazine is seeking nominations for the second annual Emerging Leader in Atomic Spectroscopy Award.
 
The Spectroscopy Emerging Leader in Atomic Spectroscopy Award recognizes the achievements and aspirations of a talented young atomic spectroscopist who has made strides early in his or her career toward the advancement of atomic spectroscopy techniques and applications.
 
The winner must be within 10 years of receiving his or her highest academic degree in the year the award is granted.
 

Spectroscopy magazine is seeking nominations for the 2019 Emerging Leader in Atomic Spectroscopy Award.

The Emerging Leader in Atomic Spectroscopy Award recognizes the achievements and aspirations of a talented young atomic spectroscopist who has made strides early in his or her career toward the advancement of atomic spectroscopy techniques and applications. 

The winner must be within 10 years of receiving his or her highest academic degree.

The award will be presented in a keynote award session at the 2018 Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry (January 8–13, 2018, in Amelia Island, Florida), and the winner will be expected to give a talk in an award symposium at the conference. Spectroscopy will cover the awardee’s expenses for travel to the conference. The winner will also be featured in an article in a print issue of Spectroscopy and in an interview that will be published in our electronic newsletter and on the Spectroscopy website. 

Submission Instructions
To nominate a candidate, please e-mail the following documents to Laura Bush, the editorial director of Spectroscopy, at [email protected]

1. Nomination form
Using this form, please provide the following information about the person you are nominating:

  • Candidate’s full name
  • Current job title
  • Organization
  • Business address
  • Year highest academic degree was earned and from where (list degree, year, institution, and location). Important: Candidates must be within 10 years of receiving their highest degree.
  • Area(s) of focus of work
  • Please list the candidate’s five most important pieces of work (such as papers in peer-reviewed journals, technical reports written for an industrial community, or other) and explain briefly the significance of each.
  • Other key contributions to the field of atomic spectroscopy not captured above
  • Number of publications
  • Number of oral and poster presentations at scientific conferences
  • Service provided to the scientific community, such as volunteer work in scientific societies, work as a journal reviewer, and so on
  • Key awards and honors

2. Letter of support
Please include one letter of support from a member of the atomic spectroscopy community

3. CV
Please provide a current resume or CV of the candidate in a Word or PDF file.

4. Photo
Include a high-resolution headshot of the nominee in a .JPG format

Submission Deadline:        November 3, 2017

Questions about the submission process should be directed to Laura Bush, the editorial director of Spectroscopy, at [email protected] or +1.732.346.3020. 

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