4-9 September 2022
Virtual Meeting - Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
4-9 September 2022
Virtual Meeting - Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal

Awards

Franzosini Award:

Nominations are invited for the Franzosini Award  in recognition of a promising young contributor. The recipient should be no more than 40 years of age at the time of the award presentation. The application can only be made by a sponsor(s). Each nomination should be completed online and accompanied by a letter of support providing a brief statement of the nominee's achievements, supporting their nomination, including a list of recent publications.

Link to the call for nomination

About Franzosini

Paolo Franzosini, professor of Physical Chemistry at the University of Pavia, Italy was an enthusiastic supporter of the Solubility Data Project. He had almost completed Volume 33 of the Solubility Data Series when he died suddenly on 24 January 1985. His colleagues Paolo Ferloni, Alberto Schiraldi, and Giorgio Spinolo efficiently completed the volume.

In 1988, Franzosini’s wife, with the encouragement of his colleagues, very generously donated the payments for Volume 33 to the Solubility Data Commission to establish the Franzosini Award.

The recipients of the Franzosini Award as well as the year, the venue, and the name of the proponent are compiled here.

Announcement

The Franzosini Award winner(s) will be announced during the conference and will be then expected to provide a brief report summarising the highlights of their presentation and achievements, for publication in Chemistry International and IUPAC website.

ISSP Young Scientist Flash Presentation Award:

This award is presented to a participant aged 35 or below who is judged to have made the best contribution at the ISSP20 conference meeting through a flash presentation. To be eligible for this award, the applicant should be the lead and presenting author on the submitted abstract, with their name underlined.

The SSED Committee will select five judges in advance of the meeting and adjudication will encompass both the scientific content, and clarity of the presentation. Eligible persons should be undergoing postgraduate or postdoctoral research in connection with a University or Higher Education College at the time of deliberation. This includes those working in the industry registered for a higher qualification with an external educational institution.

This award consists of:

  • A certificate.

  • Up to € 250 towards travel, registration and accommodation expenses at an IUPAC international meeting, where the recipient is to present a poster or platform presentation (see the list of events).

  • The possibility to publish their work in Pure and Applied Chemistry.

ISSP Young Scientist Poster Awards:

These are awarded to ISSP participants aged 35 or below who have been judged to have presented outstanding posters. Adjudication will be by the same judges selected for the ISSP Young Scientist Presentation Award, and the same criteria will apply.

During this meeting, three poster awards will be announced and each of them consists of:

  • A certificate.

  • A Prize provided by one of our sponsors (IUPAC, Springer, etc.).

  • The possibility to publish their work in Pure and Applied Chemistry.

Announcement

Each winner will be announced during the closing session and will be then expected to provide a brief report summarising the highlights of their presentation and achievements, for publication in Chemistry International.