IChemE Early Career Researcher of the Year Award 2024

CHoPS, Edinburgh, September 2nd-4th, 2024

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The IChemE Early Career Researcher of the Year Award will be held in conjunction with CHoPS 2024.
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JP Morrissey

Colin Hare

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November 30, 2023

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December 11, 2023

Early Career Researcher of the Year Award

We are very pleased to be announcing that the IChemE Particle Technology Special Interest Group will host its Early Career Researcher of the Year Award in conjunction with the CHoPS conference.

The Early Career Researcher of the Year Award celebrates excellence in communicating research outcomes in the field of Particle Technology.

Shortlisted candidates will give a full oral presentation at CHoPS 2024 and a judging panel will rank the finalists. Prizes of £500/£250/£100 will be awarded respectively to the first, second and third place.

The winner will be announced and presented with their award at the CHoPS Gala Dinner which will be held in the National Museum of Scotland

Eligibility

Ph.D. Students and Early Career Researchers who have received a Ph.D. award after 31st August, 2022 can apply for the IChemE Early Career Researcher Award. Proof of eligibility may be requested.

Further details on the award and submission process can be found here.

Previous Winners

The award has been presented to talented young researcher for over 20 years, historically at the UK Particle Technology Forum but in conjunction with other major conferences since 2014. Some of the recent winners are listed below.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity of adding your name to this list!

Previous IChemE Early Career Researcher Award Winners
Name Affiliation Year
Qixuan Zhu University of New South Wales 2023
Francesca Alfano University of Calabria 2021
Fatemeh Alemi Imperial College London 2019
Fabio Fulchini University of Leeds 2017
Selasi Dogbe University of Leeds 2016
Colin Hare University of Leeds 2012
Sarah Germana University College London 2007
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