EMU Grants

Since 2010, EMU awards grants at relevant international conferences to young scientists working in Mineralogical Sciences and allied disciplines. Young scientists include undergraduate and graduate students and young researchers within 4 years after completion of their PhD. EMU usually delegates the choice of the recipients of the prize to the convenors of the sessions; applicants should contact them directly once they submit their abstract. Prizes consist of financial support in a sum predefined by the Executive Committee of EMU. They are handed to the recipients by EMU representatives at the conference and photographs and a brief description of the recipient and the awarded contribution are posted on this web page.

2017 Goldschmidt Conference in Paris, France
2016 European Mineralogical Conference EMC2016, Rimini, Italy
EMU School on Mineral Reaction Kinetics, Vienna, Austria
2015 International Diamond School, Brixen-Bressanone, Italy
Goldschmidt Conference, Prague, Czech Republic
European Conference on Mineralogy and Spectroscopy, Rome, Italy
2014 IMA General Meeting, Johannesburg, South Africa
EMPG conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands
European Crystallographic School, Pavia, Italy
EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria
2013 Goldschmidt Conference, Florence, Italy
2012 First European Mineralogical Conference – EMC2012, Frankfurt, Germany
ECM27 – Satellite meeting on “Methods of high-pressure single-crystal X-ray diffraction”, Bergen, Norway
2012 EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria
14th EMPG Meeting, Kiel, Germany
2011 European Geosciences Union – General Assembly 2011, Vienna, Austria
7th European Conference on Mineralogy and Spectroscopy ECMS2011, Potsdam, Germany
International school ‘Diamonds, the mantle petrologist’s best friends‘, Brixen-Bressanone, Italy
GEOMED2011, 4th International Conference on Medical Geology, Bari, Italy
School ‘Minerals and biosphere, Campiglia Marittima, Italy
2010 European Geosciences Union – General Assembly 2010, Vienna, Austria
Experimental Mineralogy, Petrology and Geochemistry, Toulouse, France
International Mineralogical Association, Budapest, Hungary