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International Aerosol Fellow Award

Call for Nominations, Deadline 1 April 2018
International Aerosol Fellow Award 2018

This year, the International Aerosol Research Assembly bestows the international aerosol fellow award. The ceremony will take place at the International Aerosol Conference in Saint Louis, Missouri, USA (2-7 September 2018). The deadline for nominations is 1 April 2018.

International Aerosol Fellow Award is granted to recognize outstanding contributions to Aerosol Science and Technology through research, technical development, education and service. Nominations of candidates for the award are invited. The nominator must be a member of an IARA member society, but the nominee can be any individual, both inside and outside IARA member societies. Nominations should be submitted directly to the Committee Chair by 1 April 2018. The Committee encourages all aerosol scientists to nominate persons for this outstanding award.

Details of the Nomination Procedure


1. AWARD
  1. The International Aerosol Fellow Award is granted by the International Aerosol Research Assembly (IARA) to recognize outstanding contributions to Aerosol Science and Technology through research, technical development, education and service.
  2. The award is given once every two years to up to two individuals. The award is presented by the President of IARA or his/her representative at the International Aerosol Conference or at the annual meeting of an IARA member society.

2. NOMINATION
  1. Nominations of candidates for the award are invited by public announcements and by letters to individuals and institutions with interests in Aerosol Science and Technology. The nominator must be a member of an IARA member society, but the nominee can be any individual, both inside and outside IARA member societies.
  2. Nomination is made by a full letter of justification, including a curriculum vitae and a bibliography. A maximum of five supporting letters will be considered.
  3. Nominations will not be carried over to the following award period. Only living nominees will be considered.
  4. The nomination material is to be submitted to the Committee chair by 1 April 2018.

 

3. SELECTION

  1. The Award committee consists of six members selected by the IARA delegates and appointed by the IARA President. The committee may include one or more IARA delegates and other individuals drawn from IARA member societies. The committee reviews all nominations in a closed session on a one vote per member basis.
  2. The award committee has the discretionary power to not select winners of the award in any given period.
  3. The award consists of a certificate and a citation.


Questions concerning the award can be addressed to the chair of the IAF Award Committee:
Professor Murray Johnston
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of Delaware
Newark, Delaware 19716
USA
Tel.: + 1 302 831 8014
Fax: + 1 302 831 6335
E-mail: mvj@udel.edu

 



Past award recipients:

1990 Heinz Fissan (co-winner)
1990 Kanji Takahashi (co-winner)
1992 Wolfgang Schikarski
1994 David Shaw (co-winner)
1994 Werner Stöber (co-winner)
1996 James W. Gentry (co-winner)
1996 Klaus Willeke (co-winner)
1998 David Y.H. Pui (co-winner)
1998 Roger O. McClellan (co-winner)
1999 Taisto Raunemaa
2002 Helmuth Horvath (co-winner)
2002 Denis Boulaud (co-winner)
2004 Markku Kumala
2006 Chuen-Jinn Tsai (co-winner)
2006 Philip K. Hopke (co-winner)
2008 Gerhard Kasper (co-winner)
2008 Charles Clement (co-winner)
2010 E. James Davis
2012 William C. Hinds
2014 Pratim Biswas
2016 Junji Cao (co-winner)
2016 Kaarle Hämeri (co-winner)

    
Award Committee Chair:


1990-1994 Taisto Raunemaa (FAAR)
1995-1998 Heinz Fissan (GAeF)
1999-2002 Michael Shapiro (IAAR)
2003-2010 Heimuth Horvath (GAeF)
2012-2016 Ian Colbeck (AS)
2016- Murray Johnston (AAAR)


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