Focus Topic Awards
| Fundamental Discoveries in Heterogeneous Catalysis (HC) Focus Topic
Fundamental Discoveries in Heterogeneous Catalysis (HC) Focus Topic
The Fundamental Discoveries in Heterogeneous Catalysis (HC) Focus Topic is pleased to announce The Graduate Student Presentation Awards (GSPA),
supported by The Journal of Physical Chemistry. These are competitive awards that will be given to the top graduate student (or PhD work) presentations in the Heterogeneous Catalysis Focus Topic sessions at the Annual Symposium. Awardees will be announced at the end of the final HC Focus Topic session and will receive an award certificate and a cash prize.
In addition to submitting an abstract to the Annual Symposium, students should email both a copy of their submitted abstract and a 1-paragraph statement of why they are excited about their PhD work to: firstname.lastname@example.org
, by May 17, 2019.
Finalists will be selected from the applications submitted by the deadline. The student presentations will be judged based on the scientific merit of the presented work, the presentation, and the post-presentation discussion. The award committee consists of members of the HC committee and other senior members of the community present during the meeting. The HC Focus Topic Committee gratefully acknowledges The Journal of Physical Chemistry, an ACS journal, for sponsoring the award. The award will be offered for the third time at the 2019 meeting in Columbus, OH.
The 2018 Winners were sponsored by Hiden, the Journal of Chemical Physics, and the Journal of Physical Chemistry A/B/C.
Sara Blomberg, Lund University
Sara Isbill, University of Tennessee Knoxville
Timothy Gorey, University of Utah
Pictured left to right are Dan Killelea (HC Chair), Sara Blomberg, Sara Isbill, Pat Thiel (J. Chem. Phys.), Ashleigh Baber (HC Chair)
The 2017 Winners were sponsored by Surface Science and RHK Technology:
Wei Chang, Univ. Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Jacob Fester, Aarhus University
Dipna Patel, Tufts University