IACS 2020 Awards
The recipients of the IACS 2020 AWARDS were
- 2020 Heinz Heinemann Award of IACS: prof. Avelino Corma, for his ground-breaking achievements in transitioning from the molecular design of solid catalysts to their industrial applications
- 2020 International Catalysis Award of IACS: prof. Xile Hu, for the creative and high-impact work in combining material development, electrochemistry and concepts of homogeneous catalysis for the production of solar fuels
IACS 2024 Awards
The procedure is still not yet defined. Below the procedure for the IACS 2020 Awards.
The awards – the International Catalysis Award and the Heinz Heinemann Award - present a lecture at next ICC. The recipients of these awards will be selected by the IACS Awards Committee and be announced in due time.
The nomination package, in addition to the nomination form reported below, should contain the following elements:
1. A nomination letter with the identification and evaluation of the accomplishments on which the nomination is based (maximum of two double spaced pages).
2. Curriculum Vitae and Publication list (including books and patents). Maximum 3 pages, with no more than 10 publications relevant to the nomination.
3. List of selected plenary and keynote lectures. Maximum 1 page.
IACS 2020 AWARD NOMINATION FORM
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IACS AWARDS Instructions (old for IACS 2020 awards)
The International Association of Catalysis Societies (IACS) will present two awards at the 17th ICC in San Diego (June 14-19, 2020) - the International Catalysis Award and the Heinz Heinemann Award. Please note that the deadline for nominations is September 30, 2019. All nominations should be submitted to the Secretary of the IACS by email to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. The recipients of these awards will be selected by the IACS Awards Committee, and it is planned to inform the recipients by January 15, 2020. Both recipients will be invited to present an award lecture at the 17th ICC in San Diego.
1) International Catalysis Award
The International Catalysis Award will be given to recognize and encourage individual contributions by a young person in the field of catalysis, such as the discovery of the significant improvement of a catalytic process, or an important contribution to the understanding of catalytic phenomena. The recipient must not have passed her/his 45th birthday by May 1 of the award year. The Award consists of a plaque and a check for $5,000.
2) Heinz Heinemann Award
The Heinz Heinemann Award will be given to an individual or a group for significant contributions to catalysis science and technology achieved during past 8-10 years. The Award consists of a plaque and a check for $5,000.
3) Nomination Procedure
Nomination of the awards should be made at least 8th months in advance with respect to the date of the International Congress on Catalysis (e.g. September 30, 2019, for the awards made at the 17th ICC), and should include a critical evaluation of the significance of the nominee`s published work and related Citation Report , as well as a statement about the particular contribution on which the nomination is based. Nominations should also include the nominee's qualifications, accomplishments and biography. Nomination documents, along with no more than four letters of support, should be submitted electronically as a single PDF file to the Secretary of the International Association of Catalysis Societies (email@example.com).The recipient will be required to give an award lecture on her/his research as part of the International Congress on Catalysis at which the award is conferred (i.e. 17th ICC, San Diego US, June 14-19, 2020).
4) Selection of Award Recipients
Selection of the award recipients will be made by an International Committee composed of renowned scientists or engineers. This Committee will be appointed by the President of the International Association of Catalysis Societies, subsequent to proposals from the Executive Committee of the International Association of Catalysis Societies. Posthumous awards will be made only when knowledge of the winner's death is received after the announcement of the International Committee's decision.
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IACS Heinz Heinemann Award past recipients:
- 2020: Avelino Corma
- 2016: Paolo Fornasiero
- 2012 Graham Hutchings,
- 2008: James A. Dumesic
- 2004: Can Li
IACS International Catalysis Award past recipients:
- 2020: Xile Hu
- 2016: David Farrusseng
- 2012: Bert M. Weckhuysen
- 2008: John F. Hartwig
Young Researcher Support for attenting ICC2024
for 18ICC 2024 (Lyon, France)
Young Researchers are awarded by the International Association of Catalysis Societies to facilitate their partecipation to ICC2024.
- for young researchers below 35 age at the time of ICC2024 meeting (no distinction if before or after PhD); they need to have presented an abstract that has been accepted to ICC2024
- 50 young researchers will be granted for an amount covering the registration fee (early registration), that will be paied directly to ICC2024 organizers (they will receive a code for free registration)
- the young researchers will receive an additional certificate given during an award ceremony in Lyon
- the selection will be made in two steps: IACS Council delegates (one per country) will made 3-4 max nominations (from their country, and in ranking order), and then a Board Committee will made the selection. The nomination should contains 1) name and age of the nominee, 2) status (PhD, post-doc etc.), 3) title and code of the accepted abstract, 4) few lines of motivations for each nominee. Based on indications received, a ranking will be made, giving priority to PhD students and from less favoured regions or with less participation to ICC.
For the ICC2020 (San Diego) meeting, 87 nominations from the IACS Council have been received, one of which not eligible (above the age of 35 years). Of these, the following 50 have been selected by the Selection Committee for the ICC2020 Young Scientists Travel Support Prize . Due to ICC17 cancellation, the travel contribution was cancelled, but below the list of those that have been selected.
List in alphabetical order of recipients of the ICC2020 Young Scientists Travel Support Prize
Koen Wynand Bossers
Hyun Seung Jung
Samira Fatma Kurtoglu
Liliana Patrícia Lima Gonçalves,
Sinqobile V. L. Mahlaba
Aryane Azevedo Marciniak
Carla Alexandra Orge Fonseca
Mateus Freitas Paiva
Matthew E. Potter
Helena Yuan Wang
Eike Sebastian Welter