The Nanotechnology Forum for Indian Scientists is delighted to announce that Dr. Mandar Deshmukh from TIFR, Mumbai is the winner of the 3rd ‘Oxford Instruments Young NanoScientist India Award 2019′.
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The Young Nanoscientist India Award 2019, sponsored by Oxford Instruments, will recognise and encourage young scientists in India.
Nanotechnology Forum for Indian Scientist has a Committee comprising of 5 senior professors. This committee will select the winner from those candidates who have been nominated for the award.
The award will comprise of a commemorative certificate, a trophy, a cash prize of INR ₹200,000 and a unique opportunity to give invited lectures at selected foreign University.
(* Age would be considered as of 31st December 2018, which means you should be born on or after 1st January 1974.)
To support and recognise the novel work of young Indian scientists conducting research in the fabrication and characterisation of nano materials and structures in physical or bio nanotechnology.
The prize will be awarded for outstanding research in the fabrication and characterisation of nano materials and structures in physical or bio nanotechnology.
Candidates should be producing work in theory or research to a post-doctoral level (up to the age of 45). Nominations for individuals who are conducting work at an equivalent level who have not undertaken a PhD are also welcome. The work should be at least peer reviewed and preferably published.
The Nanotechnology Forum committee members will review all nominations and select the winner of the Young Nanoscientist India Award. The winner will receive a cash prize of INR ₹200,000, a trophy and a commemorative certificate. The Award will also include an invitation to present at an invited lecture in a foreign university to be agreed between Oxford Instruments and the winner.
• Nominations: Nominations should be recommended by a recognised expert in the field of Nano Science and Nano Technology. Self nomination is not acceptable. Candidates can be of any nationality and research should have been predominantly conducted in an Indian Institute. Submission can be based on work conducted in work placement in last 5 years. Entrants must be lead author of work. Applicants can re-enter the same work for one term only.
• Application process: Send the completed nomination form together with details of 2 referees to the Secretariat of Nanotechnology Forum for Indian Scientists by email to email@example.com
• Nomination Method : Nominations should be in writing using the appropriate nomination form. All references and papers should be in English language.