Fluorine Chemistry Award
Nominations for this award close 5pm (GMT) on 31 January 2023
The Fluorine Award, which is awarded every two years, is associated with the RSC Fluorine Chemistry Group.
The Fluorine Award is a fully international award which is not restricted to members of the RSC. The Award will recognise the most meritorious contribution of a younger (under 40 years of age) chemist working in any area of fluorine chemistry as evidenced by their publications. The Award will be judged by an international panel on behalf of the RSC Fluorine Chemistry Group.
Previous winners of the RSC Fluorine Chemistry Award:
- 2021: Dr Pavel Mykhailiuk, Enamine Ltd, Ukraine
- 2019: Professor Abigail Doyle, Princeton, USA
- 2017: Professor Petr Beier, Prague, Czech Republic
- 2015: Professor Xingang Zhang, Shanghai, China
- 2013: Professor Tobias Ritter, Harvard, USA
- 2011: Professor Melanie Sanford, Michigan, USA
- 2009: Professor Jinbo Hu, Shanghai, China
- 2007: Professor Thomas Braun, Berlin, Germany
- 2005: Professor Norio Shibata, Nagoya, Japan
Nominations are invited on behalf of applicants who are Early Career Chemists, typically under 40 years of age as of 31 December 2022 (taking into account any career breaks, please provide motivation).
The Award will consist of a £500 prize and the winner will be invited to give a lecture at the RSC Fluorine Chemistry Group Postgraduate Meeting in 2023.
How to apply
Applicants must be nominated and should not make applications on their own behalf.
Nominators should only send a covering letter (2 pages max), a Curriculum Vitae (CV) and a full publication list by e-mail to the chair of the RSC Fluorine Chemistry Group:
Prof Bruno Linclau, Ghent University, Belgium: firstname.lastname@example.org
No additional letters of support will be taken into account.
The deadline to apply is 31 January 2023, 5pm GMT.