Global Award

Introducing the award

The Solid State Ionics Best Paper Award is sponsored by the Solid State Ionics and awarded to an author to recognize his or her outstanding scientific publications in the field of Solid State Ionics

The Solid State Ionics Award for the Best Paper in the journal Solid State Ionics in 2012 was awarded to  Nicolaas A. Stolwijk and Manfred Wiencierz for the paper "Systematics of ionic transport and pair formation in amorphous PEO–NaI polymer electrolytes"


Solid State Ionics

2014 winner

The Solid State Ionics Best Paper Award 2014 has been awarded to Guy Lazovski, Ellen Wachtel, Yoed Tsur and Igor Lubomirsky for their paper: "Using ellipsometry with lock-in detection to measure activation energy of ion diff usion in ionic and mixed conductors" Solid State Ionics, Volume 264, 15 October 2014, Pages 7-16

2013 winner

The Solid State Ionics Best Paper Award 2013 has been awarded to Joze Moskon, Janko Jamnik and Miran Gaberscek for their paper: "In depth discussion of selected phenomena associated with intrinsic battery hysteresis: Battery electrode versus rubber balloons" Solid State Ionics, Volume 238, 1 May 2013, Pages 24–29

2012 winner

The Solid State Ionics Award for the Best Paper in the journal Solid State Ionics in 2012 was awarded to Nicolaas A. Stolwijk and Manfred Wiencierz for the paper "Systematics of ionic transport and pair formation in amorphous PEO–NaI polymer electrolytes"

2011 winner

The Best Paper award in 2011 was awarded to Wakako Araki, Masaya Kuribara and Yoshio Arai for the paper: "Effect of uniaxial stress on ionic conductivity of 14 mol%-yttria-stabilized zirconia single crystal"

2008 winner

The Solid State Ionics Award for the Best Paper in the journal Solid State Ionics in 2008 was awarded to: M. Backhaus-Ricoult, K. Adib, T. St.Clair, B. Luerssen, L.Gregoratti, and A. Barinov for the paper "In situ study of operating SOFC LSM/YSZ cathodes under polarization by photoelectron microscopy". Presented at the 17th Conference on Solid State Ionics in Toronto, Canada, 28 June - 3 July 2009.