The IMMA is pleased to call for nominations for the IMMA Award and the IMMA Lifetime Achievement Award. The nomination deadline is 10th June 2018.
The IMMA Lifetime Achievement Award is for a single individual with "The most significant lifetime contribution to Mesostructures Materials Science and Technology".
The nomination, from the IMMA membership, should be accompanied by a complete Curriculum Vitae with publication list, a list of the ten most important publications and a 2-page summary outlining in detail the lifetime achievements of the nominee. The nomination must be endorsed by at least five established scientists active in the field of mesostructured materials
The IMMA Award is awarded to an individual or group for "The most significant contribution to Mesostructured Materials Science and Technology" made in the past four years, until December 31st 2017.
To nominate a candidate, a 2-page summary outlining in detail the contribution by the nominee(s) and its scientific merit with a list of references should be submitted by a member of the IMMA. The nomination must be endorsed by at least five established scientists active in the field of mesostructured materials.
The awards will be presented at the IMMS-10 conference in Los Angeles, (10-13th Sept 2018, http://www.chem.ucla.edu/IMMS10/ ).
Nomination(s) should be emailed to Professor Karen Edler: [email protected]
2004, IMMS-4, Cape Town
The IMMA Award: Galen D. Stucky
2006, IMMS-5, Shanghai
The IMMA Award: Thomas J. Pinnavaia
2008, IMMS-6, Namur
The IMMA Award: Dongyuan Zhao
2010, IMMS-7, Sorrento (merged with IZC)
IZA Award: Ryoo Ryong (no separate IMMA award was issued)
2013, IMMS-8, Japan
The IMMA Award: Max Lu
2015, IMMS-9, Brisbane
The IMMA Lifetime Achievement Award: Kazuyuki Kuroda
The IMMA Award: Shunai Che
For more information on the nomination process and criteria for these awards, please refer to the Rules for these awards online at https://www.mesostructured.org/