This award is to acknowledge independent research on the fundamentals or applications of fluid and multiphase mixing and/or significant contributions to the greater mixing community by a tenure-track faculty.
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The information below is about the 7th NAMF Early Career Award
No prior association with NAMF is necessary and nominees from all disciplines will be considered. Any tenure-track faculty (or equivalent position) at a PhD-granting institution in North America is eligible for this award.
Nominations are due by August 1, 2016. The nomination should include:
- a statement of the nominee’s accomplishments, a 1-2 sentence description of the candidate’s contribution and/or potential,
- the nominee’s curriculum vitae, and
- a 1-2 page description of the candidate’s independent research directions (which can include non-mixing activities.
Nominations from Chairs and faculty colleagues are preferred, but candidates may also self-nominate.
The nomination/application letter should specifically identify at least one peer-reviewed journal paper or conference presentation authored by the nominee in an area directly related to mixing. This publication should be based on work published since the start date of his/her first tenure track appointment. Preference will be given to nominations which show clear evidence of an ongoing component of mixing research in the candidate’s own research program. One independently published paper should be attached to the nomination.
Send nominations to Prof. James Gilchrist at email@example.com or through our online application form below (please attach your nomination as a PDF file).
The awardee will be selected and contacted by August 20, 2016.
Previous award winners:
2013 – Dr. Arun Ramchandran, Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, University of Toronto (2013)
2009 – Dr. Guiren Wang, Mechanical Engineering, South Carolina University
2007 – Dr. James F. Gilchrist, Chemical Engineering, Lehigh University
2005 – Dr. Jeff Morris, City College of New York
2003 – Dr. Abraham D. Strook, Cornell University
2001 – Dr. Johannes Khinast, Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Rutgers University
1999 – Dr. Michael J. Solomon, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan