George Klinzing Best PhD Award

This award recognizes an outstanding dissertation by an individual who has earned a doctoral degree. The dissertation can be in any discipline in the physical, biomedical or engineering sciences, but must be in particle science and engineering.

Selection criteria include: (i) an outstanding original dissertation, with relevance to particle technology, and (ii) the candidate must have received a doctoral degree within the last three calendar years prior to the year the award is given.

Deadline: Initial nomination: March 23, 2014; Complete package: May 11, 2014
Deadline: 
March 23, 2015
Award Administrator(s): 
Award: 

Plaque and $500 USD Honorarium

Presentation: 
Instructions: 

Nominations should include:

  1. A letter of nomination. The letter of nomination should include a critical review stating the value of the dissertation in terms of its originality, significance, and potential applications in the field of particle science and technology. The supporting letters may focus on any of these attributes.
  2. An extended abstract of up to six pages including a list of refereed publications resulting directly from that dissertation,
  3. No more than three supporting letters, all of which must be from institutions outside the one granting the dissertation, and
  4. At least one letter from industry.

Submit nominations to: Dr. Reza Mostofi; UOP, A Honeywell Co., 25 E. Algonquin Rd. Des Plaines, IL 60017; Phone: 847-391-1171; E-mail: reza.mostofi@honeywell.com.

Initial nomination can be submitted here.

Nomination Packet (Documents): 

Award Winners

Asep Nandiyanto
2014
Jia Wei Chew
2013
Mayank Kashyap
2012
Deliang Shi
2011
Fanxing Li
2010
Luis Hakim
2009
Janine Galvin
2008
Mahesh Iyer
2007
Griselda Bonilla
2006
Stephen Conway
2005
Ecevit Bilgili
2004
Stephen Tallon
2003
Himanshu Gupta
2002
H.Shinto
2000
R. Agnihotri
1999
Patrick Spicer
1998
Christine Hrenya
1997