INTERNATIONAL EPR SOCIETY POSTER AWARDS
The International EPR (ESR) Society (http://www.ieprs.org) sponsors student awards for the best poster(s) presented at the Conference. Eligible candidates are graduate students and post docs (not later than 3 years after their PhD.) presenting posters related to EPR. View the List of Former Student Poster Award winners (http://www.ieprs.org/awards-posters.php).
JOURNAL OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE YOUNG SCIENTIST AWARDS
From 2017 onwards Elsevier will sponsor four “Journal of Magnetic Resonance Young Scientist Awards” at the annual EUROMAR conference, consisting each of: a check for US$500.00, a one year electronic subscription to the Journal of Magnetic Resonance, and a Certificate. The awards will be given to graduate students or post-doctoral fellows, whose unsolicited submissions for an oral presentation have been selected based on excellence by the EUROMAR scientific program committee. Before their oral presentations, the awardees are announced as winners of the “Journal of Magnetic Resonance” by the session chair or an editor of JMR (if present).
JMR would like to see these award-winning contributions submitted to the Journal within the 12 months prior to the EUROMAR in question. If that was not the case, we encourage the winners to submit such article to JMR within a year of the award.
MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN CHEMISTRY AWARD FOR YOUNG SCIENTISTS
The Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry Award for Young Scientists consists of three prizes of 500 Euros awarded to young scientists who have submitted an outstanding abstract for the Euromar 2017 conference. The awardees will be invited to give a lecture during the conference. The scientific committee of the conference identifies the awardees.
RAYMOND ANDREW PRIZE
In memory of Professor Dr. Raymond Andrew and to honor his pioneering work in the field of magnetic resonance, the AMPERE Group has founded the Raymond Andrew Prize. The prize is awarded to young scientists for an outstanding PhD thesis in magnetic resonance during the opening and prize session of the Euromar congress.
Download Raymond Andrew Prize call here.
Download Raymond Andrew Prize call here.
Richard Ernst Prize 2017
It is my pleasure and honor to announce the instauration of a new prize to be awarded in a yearly fashion at the European Magnetic Resonance (EUROMAR) conference. The “Richard R. Ernst Prize in Magnetic Resonance” (from here on the “Ernst Prize”) is named after magnetic resonance pioneer and Nobel Laureate Prof. Richard R. Ernst, and will be awarded to recognize ‘recent beneficial applications of Magnetic Resonance’. The Prize comes with a purse of 10,000 Euros; it is sponsored by the Bruker BioSpin Corporation, and it will be awarded at the inaugural session of our upcoming Euromar 2017 conference in July 2016 in Warsaw.
The Ernst Prize is intended to award achievements going beyond fundamental research, for groundbreaking applications of new or of previously known techniques in all areas of magnetic resonance. It is intended for research published within the last three years, although the origins of the ideas and experiments may have been described in previous publications.
In special cases, and at the discretion of the Prize Committee, the award may be for cumulative achievements over a longer period of time. The Ernst Prize is intended to be awarded to a single individual; however, it may be awarded to up to three scientists if the Prize Committee deems that their contributions to the development of the applications are of equal value.
The 2017 Ernst Prize committee is made by Profs. Lucia Banci (chair), Marina Bennati, Lucio Frydman, Patrick Giraudeau, Wiktor Koźmiński, Alex Pines and Thomas Vosegaard.
In preparation for this award, I am hereby contacting you requesting nominations for potential Ernst prize winners. These nominations must include and fulfill the following conditions:
- Nominations must include the nominee's name, affiliation, address, phone number, and e-mail
- Nominations must include the name of the nominator, affiliation, address, phone, and e‐mail
- Nominations must include a brief (ca. 200 words) description of the work serving as the basis for the nomination, and a list of relevant publications (~5)
- Nominees may not have received the Guenther Laukien Prize or the Russell Varian Prize in the preceding five years.
- Self ‐ nominations are not accepted
- Nominations will be received until February 15, 2017.
On behalf of the Euromar Board of Trustees and of the Ernst Prize Committee,
Chair, Euromar Board of Trustees
SURAJ MANRAO STUDENT POSTER PRIZES
The EUROMAR Conference announces that SURAJ MANRAO STUDENT TRAVEL FUND will offer 10 best poster prizes of $ 100 US each for the best posters during the conference. SURAJ MANRAO Student Travel Fund contributes student travel/poster awards for major International NMR Conferences.
VARIAN YOUNG INVESTIGATOR AWARD
It is our pleasure to institute the Varian Young Investigator Award (VYIA), to be awarded biennially at the opening session of the European Magnetic Resonance (EUROMAR) conference. The VYIA is named after a pioneering enterprise in magnetic resonance, and its aim is to recognize a promising scientist within the first 12 years of his/her post-PhD career. In special cases, at the discretion of the VYIA Committee and should exceptional circumstances justify it, the award may be granted to a non-PhD scientist and/or beyond the aforementioned 12-year limit. The VYIA will have a total value of 3,000 Euros, to include the registration and travel costs of attending the conference and the costs associated with a VYIA plaque. The VYIA is generously supported by a group of former Varian employees.
The VYIA is intended to recognize a single investigator, for his/her achievements in any area of magnetic resonance. In order to identify potential awardees the committee is soliciting from the community candidates; nominations should include:
- Name of nominee, with nominee's affiliation, address, phone, and e-mail
- CV of the nominee
- Name of nominator, address, phone, and e-mail
- Brief (no more than 200 words) description of the work serving as the basis for the nomination
- A list of relevant publications (no more than 5).