Student Presentation Awards
Awards will be conferred to students who enter the awards competition and make the best oral or poster presentations at the conference. These awards will be granted in two separate categories:
Awards will be conferred to students who are deemed by the judges to have provided the best presentations related to biological or biomaterial SIMS research.
- Best Biointerphase Oral Presentation: $375
- Best Biointerphase Poster Presentation: $375
- Ms. Kaija Schaepe - Justus Liebig University of Giessen, Germany - Best Biointerphase Oral Presentation (award shared with Mr. Dunham)
- Mr. Sage J B Dunham - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA - Best Biointerphase Oral Presentation (award shared with Ms. Schaepe)
- Mr. Shusuke Nakano - Seikei University, Japan - Best Biointerphase Poster Presentation
The Biointerphase Presentation Awards have been generously sponsored by the Bionterphases journal.
Rowland Hill General Awards
Awards will be conferred to students who are deemed by the judges to have provided the best presentations not related to biological or biomaterial SIMS research.
- Best General Oral Presentation: 1 500 PLN (~$375)
- Best General Poster Presentation: 1 500 PLN (~$375)
- Mr. Maciej Kawecki - Empa, Switzerland - Best General Oral Presentation
- Ms. Hao Sheng Wu - Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany - Best General Poster Presentation
Any postgraduate student selected to give a talk or poster is eligible to be considered for these awards.
Students who wish to enter the competition need to submit a letter of support (1 page max) from her/his immediate supervisor. The letter should be emailed by the supervisor as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org with the Subject Line: "Application for the Best Presentation Award".
Please email your letter of support before 15 May 2017.
The Award ceremony will take place during the Conference Banquet on Wednesday, September 13, 2017.
- Note to supervisors: only one student per category (Biointerphase, General) is allowed to be nominated from a single research group.