The EMU Medal Committee calls upon the member societies and all European mineralogists for nominations for the EMU Research Excellence Medal 2023.
The medal is presented to an early career scientist who has made significant contributions to research in mineralogy and whose professional and societal activities contribute to strengthening scientific links in Europe. Nominees will normally have completed their PhDs within 15 years (or equivalent once career breaks have been accounted for) of the closing date for nominations.
The European Journal of Mineralogy (EJM) is pleased to offer to the recipient/recipients the possibility to publish as first author one open access article free of charge.*
The deadline for applications is 5th of June 2023.
Please submit the nomination cover page and all other documents to the Chair of the Medal Committee, Dr. István János Kovács, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The award ceremony is held before the medal talk given during an international meeting of relevance to Mineralogical Sciences selected according to the winner’s expertise. EMU will provide partial support for the travel expenses.
* the manuscript must be submitted no later than 3 years after the date of the announcement of the attribution of the Medal is made.
|Chair||István János Kovács|
Tiziana Boffa Ballaran
|2021||Sylvain Bernard and Matteo Alvaro|
|2013||Diego Gatta and Razvan Caracas|
|2007||Artem R. Oganov|
|2006||Luca Bindi and Bruno Lanson|
|2002||John P. Brodholt and Sergey V. Krivovichev|
|2000||Leonid Dubrovinsky and Björn Winkler|
|1999||Alessandro Pavese and Mihály Pósfai|
|1998||Ross John Angel|
|1997||Simon A.T. Redfern|
|1996||Alan B. Woodland|
|1995||Christian Chopin and Philippe Gillet|