C6 Young Scientist Prize-call for nominations

IUPAP C6 2014 YOUNG SCIENTIST PRIZE

IN BIOLOGICAL PHYSICS

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

Purpose:

The IUPAP C6 Young Scientist Prize recognizes exceptional achievement in the field of Biological Physics by scientists at a relatively junior stage of their career. The recipient must be no more than ten years post PhD (excluding career interruptions) by the deadline of the competition, and is expected to have displayed significant scientific achievement and exceptional promise for future achievement in Biological Physics. One Medal cannot be shared between several candidates. Up to the number of three winners would be considered on the prize of 2014.

The Prize:

The Prize will consist of 1,000 Euro and a Medal and Certificate.

Prize Selection:

The prize selection committee will consist of C6 commission members.

Prize Presentation:

The IUPAP C6 Young Scientist Medal will be awarded in 2014 at 8th IUPAP International Conference of Biological Physics, ICBP2014 (June 18-22, 2014 at Beijing, China), and will have the opportunity of invited oral presentation at the Conference.

ICBP2014: http://icbp2014.iphy.ac.cn/icbp/index/home

Application Documents:

• A brief statement on the achievement for which the nominee is to be recognized.

• Curriculum vitae including all publications.

Self-nominations are not permitted, but a candidate could ask a mentor or colleague to provide a nomination.

The entire package should be bundled into a single pdf file called Surname_ysm.pdf, where Surname is the candidate’s name. The file must not exceed 2MB in size. Nominations should be sent to the Chair of the Award committee, Helmut Grubmuller, Secretary of C6 by e-mail, together with cc’s to Kenichi Yoshikawa, Chair of C6, and Aihua Xie, Vice-Chair of C6.

Contact details:

Helmut Grubmuller   hgrubmu@gwdg.de

Kenichi Yoshikawa   yoshikaw@scphys.kyoto-u.ac.jp

Aihua Xie           aihua.xie@okstate.edu

 

Deadline: November 30, 2013.

IUPAP welcomes applications from outstanding women and other underrepresented groups.