Nominations Open for 8th Polymer International-IUPAC Award

This award highlights creativity in applied polymer science or polymer technology. Recognize the achievements of your colleagues by nominating them.  

The award will be presented at IUPAC World Polymer Congress – MACRO 2022, 17- 21 July 2022 in Winnipeg, Canada. The winner will be awarded $5,000 plus travel and hotel accommodation expenses up to $3000, if required, to attend MACRO 2022, where they will present an award lecture. The lecture at MACRO 2022 will either be in person, or online if travel is not permitted. The winner will also submit a Review article to Polymer International based on their lecture.

The winner will be selected by the Scientific Committee, representing Polymer International and the IUPAC Polymer Division.

Nominees must be up to 10 years post-PhD* on 31st December 2021, and must be available to present an award lecture at MACRO 2022. The winner will receive the approved travel expenses after the MACRO 2022 Conference, and the prize money will be given when a Review article is submitted to the Journal.

Requirements

Please include a current resumé for the nominee including the following information in your nomination:

  • Your name and address
  • Full name and address of nominee
  • Business address of nominee
  • Nominee’s academic background and education
  • Nominee’s employment history (position, organization, duties, dates)
  • Nominee’s publications, patents, unpublished reports, papers presented at meetings
  • Nominee’s honors and awards
  • Scientific achievements for which the candidate is nominated for this award

Self-nominations will not be accepted.

 

Deadline & Decision

Please send your nominations by email to Polymer Internationalpolyint@wiley.com before 31st October 2021. Nominees must be up to 10 years post-PhD* on 31st December 2021, and must be available to present an award lecture at MACRO 2022.

The winner will be selected by members of the scientific committee representing Polymer International and the IUPAC Polymer Division.

*career breaks will be considered on an individual case basis

Previous PI-IUPAC Award Winners

2020: Guihua Yu
2018: Cyrille Boyer
2016: Richard Hoogenboom
2014: William Dichtel
2012: Ali Khademhosseini
2010: Molly Stevens
2008: Zhenan Bao

MORE details @https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10970126/award