NASI Young Scientist Award

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Introducing the award


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India has one of the worlds largest scientific and research workforces with a large number of published papers to their credit. Recognizing India's contribution to world science, ScopusTM instituted the SCOPUS YOUNG SCIENTIST AWARDS in 2006 to recognize and reward the Indian researcher's talent, knowledge and expertise.

Elsevier partnered with the National Academy of Sciences in 2009, which has taken these awards to newer heights amongst the Indian scientific community.

Winners

Winners of 2012

Winner of the Agricultural Category
 
Dr. Mukesh Jain

Staff Scientist
National Institute of Plant Genome Research, New Delhi
Winner of the Biological Sciences Category

Dr. Sathyanarayana N. Gummadi

Associate Professor, Department of Biotechnology,
Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai
Winner of the Chemistry Category

Dr. Tapas Kumar Maji

Associate Professor, Chemistry and Physics of Materials Unit
Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore
Winner of the Earth, Oceanographic & Environmental Sciences Category

Dr. Supriyo Mitra
Associate Professor, Department of Earth Sciences
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata
Winner of the Engineering Category

Dr. Yogesh M. Joshi

Associate Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering,
Indian Institute of Technolgy Kanpur
Winner of the Mathematics Category

Dr. L. Sunil Chandran

Associate Professor, Computer Science & Automation Department
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
Winner of the Medicine Category

Dr. Surinder Singh Rana
Assistant Professor, Department of Gastroenterology
Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh

Winner of the Physics Category

Dr. Soma Venugopal Rao
Associate Professor, Advanced Centre of Research in High Energy Materials,
University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad

Winner of the Social Sciences Category

Dr. K. Jaishankar
Senior Assistant Professor & Member Syndicate, MSU,
Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice,
Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu

Background

Background

In its 7th year of inception, Nasi-Scopus young scientist award attracted more than 600 applications from multiple premier research institutions across the country. The selection of the winner involves both quantitative and qualitative measures. Scopus (www.scopus.com) provides quantitative analysis of the work of the applicants and quality is judged by the esteemed subject experts from across the country. As continuous efforts are being made towards taking these awards to higher levels, we would want to heartily thank all those who contributed to the success story of these awards, starting with the National Academy of Sciences, India for their continued support and association with the awards. We are extremely thankful to all the subject experts who have provided their invaluable time and expertise for the selections. But the real heroes of this event are the young scientist who took time out to apply for this recognition.


In 2013, we are honoring nine excellence from nine fields as below :

Engineering
Mathematics
Medicine
Physics
Social Sciences
Agriculture
Biological Sciences
Chemistry
Earth, Oceanographic &
Environmental Sciences

Application Process

Application Process

The nomination process for the Elsevier research awards is executed based upon agreement between Elsevier and the sponsoring organization in the country or region where the award is issued. The nomination process of researchers or institutions is subject to the timing defined in the rules and regulations for each individual award.

Selection criteria for awards maybe based on the following factors:

  • Researcher/author's number of publications
  • Number of citations
  • H-index from the world's largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature – Scopus
  • Social impact


The selection of winners among nominated researchers or institutions for awards and their related prizes is carried out according to the rules and regulations for the specified award.

To see a list of FAQs about the application process visit:

http://www.scopusawards2012.com/Faq.aspx

Contact

Contact

If you would like more information about the NASI-Scopus Young Scientist of the year award please get in touch with:

Manik Sethi
Customer Development Manager
Elsevier-Science and Technology
m.sethi@elsevier.com

Award partners

The National Academy of Sciences, India