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International Symposium on Advanced Complex Inorganic Nanomaterials Poster Prizes

EES was delighted to sponsor three poster prize awards at the International Symposium on Advanced Complex Inorganic Nanomaterials which was held in Namur, Belgium on 11-14 September 2011.

The meeting was a great success with around 270 participants from 37 different countries. The three EES poster prizes were awarded to:

1) Experimental and theoretical study of TiO2 anatase nanoparticles surfaces properties

Olivier Durupthy, Fabien Dufour, Asmae Bouzoubaa, Yuheng Wang, Sophie Cassaignon and Corinne Chaneac, Université P. M. Curie, Paris, France

2) Synthesis and formation process of e-Fe2O3 magnetic nanowire

Marie Yoshikiyo, Shunsuke Sakurai, Kotaro Tomita, Asuka Namai, Shin-ichi Ohkoshi, University of Tokyo, Japan

3) Optimization and characterization of synthesis of Ce doped Tatanium oxide nanotubes

Shunta Sakai, Takashi Oba, Cao Wai, Hani E. Elsayed-Ali and Takuya Suzuk, University of Kitakyushu, Japan


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Poster Prizes at ICCDU XI

ICCDU winnerRSC Publishing was delighted to award three PhD Poster Prizes at the recent International Conference on Carbon Dioxide Utilization (ICCDU XI) held in June 2011, Dijon, France.

The winners were presented with RSC Prize certificates and either a free subscription to the journal or a financial award.

RSC Publishing journals will be awarding further Poster Prizes over the summer so watch this space!

The prize winners at ICCDU were:

Energy & Environmental Science Award:
Isabel VILLAFÁN-VIDALES
Title: THERMOCHEMICAL CO2 SPLITTING BASED ON FE3O4/FEO REDOX REACTIONS USING CONCENTRATED SOLAR ENERGY
Stéphane ABANADES and H. Isabel VILLAFÁN-VIDALES (CNRS-PROMES, France)

Green Chemistry Award:
Stephanie WILSON
Title: COUPLING REACTIONS OF CO2 AND UNEXPLORED EPOXIDES : POLYCARBONATE VS. CYCLIC CARBONATE FORMATION
Stephanie WILSON and Donald J. DARENSBOURG (Department of Chemistry, Texas A&M University, USA)

Journal of Materials Chemistry Award:
Mohd Bismillah ANSARI
Ttle: TRIAZINE BASED POROUS FRAMEWORKS FOR METAL FREE CO2 ACTIVATION
Mohd Bismillah ANSARI and Sang-Eon PARK (Department of Chemistry, Inha University, Republic of Korea)

Energy & Environmental Science and Green Chemistry will also be publishing a special web-theme collection of articles from the ICCDU conference.

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EES Poster Prize: Würzburg OPV Conference

Energy & Environmental Science was delighted to award Poster Prize at the recent Würzburg OPV Conference held in June 2011.

We are pleased to announce the winning poster was by Hannes Kraus and Andreas Sperlich form the University of Würzburg, entitled Magnetic Resonance Study of Organic Solar Cells and the Influence of Morphology on Organic Solar Cells.

OPV conference prize

Prize winners (left to right): Prof. Magerle, Andreas Sperlich, Hannes Kraus and Prof. Dyakonov.

The winners were presented with an Energy & Environmental Science Prize certificate, as well as a financial award. Energy & Environmental Science will be awarding further Poster Prizes over the summer so watch this space!

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EES Poster Prize: solar summer school

Energy & Environmental Science was delighted to award Poster Prize at the recent international summer school on “Frontiers in Organic, Dye-Sensitised and Hybrid Photovoltaics” held in Krutyn, Poland from 14-20 June 2011. The summer school was jointly organized by Edinburgh University, Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Polish Supramolecular Chemistry Network Foundation.

The winning poster was:
Tris-thiocyanate Ru(II) Sensitizers with Functionalized Dicarboxy Terpyridine for Dye Sensitized Solar Cells
Kuan-Lin Wu, Shen-Han Yang, Yun Chi,* Yi-Ming Cheng, Pi-Tai Chou*

The winner was presented with an Energy & Environmental Science Prize certificate, as well as a financial award. Energy & Environmental Science will be awarding further Poster Prizes over the summer so watch this space!

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EMRS Energy & Environmental Science Poster Prize

We are delighted to announce that Energy & Environmental Science awarded a Poster Prize at the Spring EMRS meeting in Nice, France.

PrizeThe Poster Prize was awarded to the best student from the ‘Advanced inorganic materials and concepts for photovoltaics’ symposium, as part of the Bilateral Energy Conference.

Congratulations to the winner – Myriam Paire (IRDEP, Paris) – who received a prize certificate, as well as a financial award, for her work on microscale polycrystalline thin film solar cells.
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Energy & Environmental Science Poster Prize Awarded at EMRS

An Energy & Environmental Science Poster Prize was awarded during the EMRS Awards Ceremony yesterday.

The Poster Prize was awarded to the best student from the ‘Advanced inorganic materials and concepts for photovoltaics’ symposium, as part of the Bilateral Energy Conference at the Spring EMRS in Nice, France.

Congratulations to the winner – Myriam Paire (IRDEP, Paris) – who received a prize certificate, as well as a financial award, for her work on microscale polycrystalline thin film solar cells.

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Environment, Sustainability & Energy 2011 Awards – last chance to nominate!

***Nominations close Monday 31 January 2011 – nominate today!***

The 13 RSC Prizes and Awards dedicated to Environment, Sustainability & Energy represent the outstanding achievements and excellence in this dynamic and cutting-edge area of the chemicals sciences.

The Prizes and Awards including the Sustainable Energy Award, Beilby Medal and Prize, Interdisciplinary Prizes and the three Centenary Prizes.

The RSC currently presents around 60 prestigious Prizes and Awards annually to scientists in all the main chemical science disciplines allowing for the greatest range of scientists to be recognised for their work; individuals, teams and organisations working across the globe.

Do you know someone who has made a significant contribution to advancing the chemical sciences?

View our full list of Prizes and Awards and use the online system to nominate yourself or colleagues.

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Environment, Sustainability & Energy 2011 Awards – Nominations close 31 January 2011

The 13 RSC Prizes and Awards dedicated to Environment, Sustainability & Energy represent the outstanding achievements and excellence in this dynamic and cutting-edge area of the chemicals sciences.

Nominate yourself or your colleagues before 31 January 2011!

The Prizes and Awards including the Sustainable Energy Award, Beilby Medal and Prize, Interdisciplinary Prizes and the three Centenary Prizes.

The RSC currently presents around 60 prestigious Prizes and Awards annually to scientists in all the main chemical science disciplines allowing for the greatest range of scientists to be recognised for their work; individuals, teams and organisations working across the globe.

Do you know someone who has made a significant contribution to advancing the chemical sciences?

View our full list of Prizes and Awards and use the online system to nominate yourself or colleagues.

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Environment, Sustainability & Energy 2011 Awards- Nominations now open

The RSC currently presents around 60 prestigious Prizes and Awards annually to scientists in all the main chemical science disciplines allowing for the greatest range of scientists to be recognised for their work; individuals, teams and organisations working across the globe.

Environment, Sustainability & Energy is one of the nine categories of awards, which has 13 Prizes and Awards including the Sustainable Energy Award, Beilby Medal and Prize, Interdisciplinary Prizes and the three Centenary Prizes.

Our Prizes and Awards represent the dedication and outstanding achievements in the chemicals sciences and are a platform to showcase inspiring science to gain the recognition deserved.

Do you know someone who has made a significant contribution to advancing the chemical sciences?

View our full list of Prizes and Awards and use the online system to nominate yourself or colleagues.

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