Global Award

The Electrochimica Acta Travel Awards for Young Electrochemists are aimed at encouraging the participation of young electrochemists in the ISE Annual Meetings. The applicants must be ISE members. They must have obtained their Ph.D. not earlier than 6 years before the deadline for applications.

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2016

Dr. Dejun Chen
Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA

Dr. Maria Cuartero Botia
University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland

Dr. Vlastimil Vyskocil
Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

2015

Dr. Klaus Mathwig
Groningen Research Institute of Pharmacy, University of Groningen, Netherlands

Dr. Wenjing Hong
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Bern, Switzerland

2014

Dr. Gabriel Loget-Hüsken
University of California, Irvine, United States of America

Dr. Gaston Crespo
Université de Genève, Switzerland

2013

Serhiy Cherevko
Interface Chemistry and Surface Engineering, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung, Germany

Fabio La Mantia
CES - Analytische Chemie, Ruhr Universität Bochum, Germany

2012

Doris Elda Grumelli
Chemical Physics, Max Plank Institute of Solid State Research, Germany

Vanesa Ruiz
Novel oriented energy materials, CIN2-CSIC, Bellaterra, Spain

2011

Laurence Hardwick
School of Chemistry, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom

Debbie Silvester
Department of Chemistry, Curtin University, Perth, Australia

2010

In-Su Park
Georgetown University, USA

Luhua Jiang
Dailan Institute, China

2009

Petra Cameron
University of Bath, United Kingdom

Frank Nelson Crespilho
Centro de Ciências Naturais e Humanas, Federal University of ABC, Brazil

Nuria Garcia Araez Garcia del Valle
Departamento de Quimica-Fisica, Universidad de Alicante, Spain

2008

Ignacio Sires Sadornil
Universitat de Barcelona (Facultat de Quimica), Spain

Di Wei
Centre for Advanced Photonics and Electronics, University of Cambridge, UK

2007

Alexander Oleinick
Mathematical and Computer Modelling Laboratory, Kharkov National University of Radioelectronics, Kharkov, Ukraine

Nick Birbilis
Monash University, Department of Materials Engineering, Melbourne

2006

Miguel Angel Pasquale
Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas, Argentina

Alexander Bondarenko
Belarusian State Pedagogical University, Belarus

The Electrochimica Acta Travel Awards for Young Electrochemists are presented annually and aimed at encouraging the participation of young electrochemists in the ISE Annual Meetings. The applicants must be ISE members. They must have obtained their Ph.D. not earlier than 6 years before the deadline for applications. The award is presented in association with the International Society of Electrochemistry.

Rules for the Electrochimica Acta Travel Awards for Young Electrochemists

SUBMISSION OF AWARD APPLICATION: All applications must be submitted through the site: http://iseawards.ise-online.org/tra. Unsuccessful candidates can re-apply in a subsequent year, provided that they still meet the requirements.

  • The Electrochimica Acta and ISE Travel Awards for Young Electrochemists are donated by Elsevier Ltd. The ISE Travel Awards for Young Electrochemists are donated by the ISE. A maximum of three Electrochimica Acta travel grants and a maximum of eight ISE travel grants are attributed every year to young electrochemists who intend to participate in the ANNUAL MEETING of the Society.
  • The applicants must be ISE members. They must have obtained their Ph.D. not earlier than 6 years before the deadline for applications.
  • The value of a single Electrochimica Acta Travel Award is € 1000. The value of a single ISE Travel Award is € 1000. Payments are made after the ISE Annual Meeting.
  • Candidates should apply on their own behalf; their applications will be considered for both Electrochimica Acta and ISE Travel Awards. The application should be uploaded via the Submission Site and consist of the following items: a curriculum vitae (maximum 5 pages, including list of publications), title and abstract of the research paper the applicant will submit for an oral presentation at the ISE ANNUAL MEETING (maximum 1 page), a maximum of 3 copies of recent research papers, a copy of the Ph.D. diploma (or equivalent) and a maximum of 3 supporting letters. All documents uploaded must be in PDF format.
  • Evaluation of the applicants will be made by the four vice-presidents of ISE. The applicants ranked first and second will receive Electrochimica Acta Travel Awards, the applicants ranked third or lower, at most up to tenth, will receive ISE Travel Awards.
  • The winners will give oral presentations at the ISE ANNUAL MEETING in the same year in which the award is received. Awardees who fail to present their communications to the ANNUAL MEETING lose their right to the award.
  • Recipients of awards are encouraged to submit a manuscript based on their presented research to Electrochimica Acta for publication, subject to peer review.

The value of a single Electrochimica Acta Travel Award and an ISE Travel Award is € 1000. Payments are made after the ISE Annual Meeting. The winner also receives a certificate which is presented to them at the annual ISE.