Awards

Robert Kellner Lecture

This year’s Robert Kellner Lecture award goes to Luigi Mondello, professor of analytical chemistry at the University of Messina, Italy. The prize is given to a European scientist who has made substantial contributions to the advancement of analytical chemistry research or education in the last five years.

 

 

DAC-EuCheMS Award

The 2017 DAC-EuCheMS Award lecture is given to Lo Gorton, professor of biochemistry and structural biology at Lund University, Sweden. This award is presented to a European scientist who has demonstrated significant and sustained achievements in analytical chemistry research or education throughout his or her career.

 

These awards are sponsored by Springer. Read more here

 

Heinrich Emanuel Merck Award for Analytical Chemistry

Francesco Ricci, University of Rome, Tor Vergata. Read more here

The Heinrich Emanuel Merck Award is given out annually to a chemist doing stellar work developing new analytical methods that aim to improve the quality of human life. Established in 1988, it was named for the man who set the original high standard for quality and purity that is still upheld at Merck today.

 

 

 

Berzelius Medal Award

Gold  recognizes a significant singular or lifetime achievement that affected fundamental or applied mass spectrometry in Sweden.

Silver is awarded to an individual early in his or her career in recognition of significant achievement that influenced Swedish basic or applied mass spectrometry.

The awardees will be announced on Tuesday 29 August at 10:20.


Poster Awards

Award ceremony: Friday 1st September at 11:50 during the closing of Euroanalysis.

Via Springer we can offer the Best Student Poster Award to the two presenters per poster session. The awardees will receive EUR 250 in Springer books + Award Certificate

Please read the guidelines below carefully;
The student should be the first author of the poster and present at the relevant poster session
The posters will be evaluated in terms of: design and layout, coherence, argumentation + methodology, awareness of previous work, attractiveness, message and main points, balance of text and visuals, and overall impression.

 

Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) gives awards to the best poster presentation per session. The awards are one year e-subscription  to either of the journals Analyst, Analytical Methods and Lab on a Chip,