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The IEEE Nanotechnology Council (NTC) announces its solicitation of nominations for the 2014 NTC Individual Awards, due by October 15.
Full information is on the Awards page of the NTC website: sites.ieee.org/nanotech/awards/
1. PIONEER AWARD IN NANOTECHNOLOGY
The Nanotechnology Council Pioneer Award in nanotechnology is to recognize individuals who by virtue of initiating new areas of research, development or engineering have had a significant impact on the field of nanotechnology. The award is intended for people who are in the mid or late portions of their careers, i.e., at least 10 years beyond his or her highest earned academic degree on the nomination deadline date.
2. EARLY CAREER AWARD IN NANOTECHNOLOGY
The Nanotechnology Council has established an Early Career Award (less than 7 years from date of highest degree) to recognize individuals who have made contributions with major impact on the field of nanotechnology.
3. DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD
The Nanotechnology Council established the Distinguished Service Award to recognize an individual who has performed outstanding service for the benefit and advancement of Nanotechnology Council.
Awards consist of an honorarium and plaque and are presented at the annual IEEE NANO conference. NANO 2014 will be held in Toronto (Canada) on 18-21 August.
Note that anyone can nominate someone for an NTC award. However, nominees must be members of the IEEE.
Nominations forms may be downloaded from the NTC website at:
Send nominations plus three reference letters to the Awards Committee Chair: Joseph Lyding, at .
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