2014 Young Scientist Prize in Physics of Semiconductors
Nominations are sought for the Young Scientist Prizes in Semiconductor Physics awarded by the IUPAP C8 Commission on Semiconductors. Two prizes are awarded biennially for outstanding contributions to semiconductor physics and its applications, made by early career scientists with, at the application deadline of Jan. 31, 2014, a maximum of 8 years of research experience (excluding career interruption) following the award of the PhD. The prize will be awarded during the 32nd International Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors to be held in Austin, Texas from 10-15 August 2014. The Prizes include commemorative IUPAP medals and 1000 Euros each, and invited oral presentations at ICPS2014.
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MARCH 31, 2014
Nomination procedure (as at: http://www.iupap.org)Nominees for the Prizes must be nominated by a senior member of the research community. Self-nominations are not accepted. A nomination for the Prizes must contain:
- A cover letter of not more than 1000 words by the nominator evaluating the nominee’s achievements and identifying the specific work to be recognized (up to 4 publications).;
- A citation for the Prize (not more than 25 words);
- A short CV of the nominee (not more than 3 pages);
- A list of publications;
- Two further letters of endorsement of the nomination, at least one of which is not from a former supervisor of the nominee.
The nomination must be prepared in English and combined into a single consolidated PDF file, which is to be sent as an email attachment to the IUPAP-C8 Commission secretary at: email@example.com, with a copy to the Commission Chair at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The extended deadline for submissions of nominations is March 31, 2014.
The winners of the competition will be selected by the members of the IUPAP C8 Commission.
2012 Alberto Amo and Young Woo Son
2010 Pablo Jarillo-Herrero and Yuanbo Zhang
2008 Lieven Vandersypen