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GSNP invites nominations for the newly created GSNP Postdoctoral Speaker Award. This award seeks to recognize the best contributed talk at the APS March Meeting 2019 by a postdoctoral researcher in the area of Statistical and Nonlinear Physics.
Eligible candidates are researchers holding a non-tenure track position at the time of the meeting who have received their Ph.D. degrees no more than 5 years prior to March 2019.
Candidates must be nominated by a senior researcher, such as a mentor, former advisor, or collaborator.
Each nomination must include:
Nominations should be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, November 2, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. EST.
*The abstract of the talk must also be submitted to the March Meeting as a regular contributed talk by the deadline on October 26, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. EST.
Five finalists will be selected. Each finalist will present their talk twice at the March Meeting: once in its regular session and once in a special session.
Each finalist will receive travel support up to $500 to attend the March Meeting. The winner will also receive a $1,000 award and each of the other four finalists will receive $500 awards. Prizes will be announced at the GSNP Business meeting.
Questions? Please contact Christian Santangelo, Secretary/Treasurer, GSNP, email@example.com.
Armand Boroman (Yale)
Benjamin Loewe (Syracuse)
Sheng Mao (Princeton)
Dan Sussman (Syracuse)
Winner: Vikram Rathee (Georgetown)
Dibyendu Mandal (UC Berkley)
Oren Raz (U. Maryland)
Matthias Merkel (Syracuse)
Casey Bester (Duke)
Edward Bannigan (Northwestern)
Winner: Matthias Merkel (Syracuse)