Nominations are invited for the award of the “Richard R. Ernst Prize in Magnetic Resonance” (The Ernst Prize),named after magnetic resonance pioneer and Nobel Laureate Prof. Richard R. Ernst. The award will be presented at EUROMAR 2023 in Glasgow (Scotland, UK) to recognize ‘recent beneficial applications of Magnetic Resonance’.
The Ernst Prize is intended to award achievements going beyond fundamental research, for ground-breaking applications of new or of previously known techniques in all areas of magnetic resonance. It is intended for research published within the last three years, although the origins of the ideas and experiments may have been described in previous publications. In special cases, and at the discretion of the Prize Committee, the award may be for cumulative achievements over a longer period of time.
The Ernst Prize is intended to be awarded to a single individual; however, it may be awarded to up to three scientists if the Prize Committee deems that their contributions to the development of the applications are of equal value. Former prize recipients include Alex Pines (2016), Robert Griffin (2017), Claudio Luchinat (2018), Daniella Goldfarb and Angela Gronenborn (2019), Clare Grey (2020), Lucio Frydman and Jan-Henrik Ardenkjaer-Larsen (2021) and Harald Schwalbe (2022).
The Prize comes with a purse of 10,000 Euros; it is sponsored by the Bruker BioSpin Corporation, and is awarded annually at the EUROMAR conference. The 2023 Ernst Prize committee is made by Profs. Lucio Frydman (Chair), Daniella Goldfarb, Angela Gronenborn, Clare Grey, Jan-Henrik Ardenkjaer-Larsen, Marc Baldus, John Parkinson and Óscar Millet.
How to Nominate
Nominations must include and fulfill the following conditions:
PhD students and postdoctoral fellows are encouraged to apply!
The Shimon Vega Travel Award was established by the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel in memory of Prof. S. Vega, who for many decades was an active lecturer and participant at EUROMAR. The travel award consists of $1,000 and will be given to a PhD student or postdoctoral fellow researching in the fields of solid-state NMR and/or DNP. The applicant must attend the EUROMAR 2023 conference in Glasgow, (Scotland, UK) to accept the award and make either an oral or poster presentation of the lauded work.
Deadline: March 15th 2023
In memory of Professor Dr. Raymond Andrew and to honour his pioneering work in the field of magnetic resonance, the Groupement AMPERE awards the Raymond Andrew Prize. The prize is given to young scientists for an outstanding PhD thesis in magnetic resonance.
For the Raymond Andrew Prize 2023 the AMPERE Prize Committee is seeking your help in searching for qualified candidates who completed their dissertation during the period of 2021/2022. The prize will be presented during EUROMAR 2023 in Glasgow (Scotland, UK) 9-13 July 2023.
You are kindly invited to submit nominations by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Nominate
Nominations must be received by 15th February 2023 and should include the following documents:
The thesis should be written in English. In exceptional cases, the thesis may also be submitted in triplicate as a hardcopy to the AMPERE secretariat. Submissions that arrive too late will automatically be transferred to the next year. The prize committee will reconsider excellent contributions for two years in a row.
For a list of past Andrew Prize winners see: www.ampere-society.org
Ampere Prize for Young Investigators
The Ampere Prize for Young Investigators is awarded biannually. The prize is intended for an early-career independent researcher less than ten years after graduating with a PhD degree in recognition of his/her achievements in the field of Magnetic Resonance. Candidates are nominated by established group leaders. Nominations need to be received biannually by 15th February 2023.
Nominations should be sent by e-mail to: email@example.com
JMR/JMRO YOUNG INVESTIGATOR AWARDS
Elsevier sponsors four JMR/JMRO Young Scientist Awards at the annual EUROMAR conference, consisting each of a cheque for US $ 500, a one-year electronic subscription to the Journal of Magnetic Resonance, and a Certificate. The awards will be given to graduate students or post-doctoral fellows, whose unsolicited submissions for an oral presentation have been selected based on excellence by the EUROMAR scientific program committee. Before their oral presentations, the awardees are announced as winners of the “JMR/JMRO Young Scientist Awards” by the session chair or an editor of JMR/JMRO.