EuChems Lecture Award
Each year, the major achievements of one junior scientist working in Chemistry in a country with a EuChemS member organisation will be rewarded.
Who is eligible for a nomination?
Nominees for the EuChemS Lecture Award should be scientists who have made major contributions to any area of Chemistry and significantly advanced our understanding of a particular discipline. Nominees must be working in a country with a EuChemS member organisation at the time of the nomination. The Award is generally meant for scientists within 10 years of their PhD. Eligible career breaks that can be considered for the extension of the eligibility window are maternity or paternity leave after PhD award.
The winner will be offered to give a plenary invited lecture at the next European EuChemS Chemistry Congress (ECC). During the Award ceremony the awardee will be presented with a commemorative statuette and a certificate. The awardee’s travel, accommodation and registration fee will be covered in accordance with EuChemS regulations i.e. equally shared between the ECC organiser and EuChemS Budget.
EuChemS Award for Service
The EuChemS Award for Service acknowledges outstanding commitment with regard to fostering Chemistry and molecular sciences in Europe and the goals of EuChemS.
Céline Wittwer, SCS