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Early Career Analytical Electrochemistry Prize of ISE Division 1


Sponsored by OrigaLys ElectroChem SAS, RillIeux la Pape, France

Rules for the Early Career Analytical Electrochemistry Prize of ISE Division 1

SUBMISSION OF AWARD APPLICATION: All correspondence, whether by mail or email and including that for awards joint between ISE and other societies, should be sent to the ISE Office. Unsuccessful candidates can re-apply in a subsequent year, provided that they still meet the age requirements.

 

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The 'Early Career Analytical Electrochemistry Prize of ISE Division 1' is supported by ISE Division 1 “Analytical Electrochemistry” and by a commercial sponsor. It may be awarded annually to a scientist of less than 35 years of age on January 1st of the year of the award, in recognition of her/his recent achievements in Analytical Electrochemistry.

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The prize consists of a certificate and the sum of 750 Euro. Since 2014 the sponsor is OrigaLys ElectroChem SAS, Rillieux-la-Pape, France.

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Candidates must be ISE members in good standing should apply on their own behalf.

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The application should consist of the following items:

  1. curriculum vitae

  2. list of publications

  3. maximum of five of the most relevant publications

  4. statement of no more than 1000 words highlighting the applicant's contributions to analytical electrochemistry.

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The curriculum vitae must include the names of two referees who may be contacted by the selection committee. The application should be uploaded via the Submission Site. All documents uploaded must be in PDF format.

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The prize winner is selected by a committee chaired by the chairperson of Division 1 "Analytical Electrochemistry" and comprising two other members, one appointed by the officers of Division 1, and one appointed by the sponsor. These members must be distinguished scientists active in the field of Analytical Electrochemistry. Re-appointment in successive editions of the Prize is possible.

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The prize is presented to the recipient at the Awards Session of the Annual ISE Meeting in the following year. The winner is expected to give a 20-minute lecture at a symposium which is organized or co-organized by ISE Division 1 “Analytical Electrochemistry” during this Annual Meeting. ISE will pay for her/his registration and banquet fees.

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Previous winners of the Prize may not apply. Unsuccessful candidates may re-apply in a subsequent year, provided that they still meet the requirements.



Submission site



Previous winners
Jan Vacek (2014), Bryan McCloskey (2015), Kosuke Ino (2016)