Analytical Chemistry and the Chemical and Biological Microsystems Society are pleased to invite nominations for an award that honors the contributions of an individual who has demonstrated exceptional technical advancement and innovation in the field of micro- or nanofluidics in his or her early career. To be eligible a nominee must be within 15 years of receiving his or her doctoral degree and must have made an outstanding contribution to the field of micro- or nanofluidics.
The award will be presented at μTAS (MicroTAS) 2010 in Groningen, The Netherlands, October 3-7, 2010. The award consists of $2,500, a plaque, and reimbursement of up to $1,500 of travel expenses to the meeting.
Nominators should send the CV of the nominee and a nomination letter including:
Name, affiliation, and e-mail address of the nominee
- Name, affiliation, and e-mail address of the nominator
- Alma mater and graduation date of the nominee
- Description of the nomineeās accomplishments (one page maximum)
- Citation of a specific technical achievement (to be printed on the award certificate)
- List of key publication(s) relevant to the nomination
Nominations may also include up to two seconding letters. Self-nominations are allowed. Nominations are carried over for two additional years. Nominee is expected to be present at the meeting at which the award is presented. Nominations should be sent to email@example.com.
Dr. Royce Murray
Editor-in-Chief, Analytical Chemistry
Department of Chemistry
Venable and Kenan Laboratories
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3290
Phone: (919) 962-2541
Fax: (919) 962-2542
- 2009, Jongyoon Han, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
- 2008, Joel Voldman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)