Lab on a Chip and Dolomite are proud to sponsor the twelfth Pioneers of Miniaturization Lectureship, to honour and support the up and coming, next generation of scientists who have significantly contributed to the understanding or development of miniaturised systems. This year’s Lectureship will be presented at the µTAS 2017 Conference in Savannah, Georgia, USA with the recipient receiving a prize of US$2,000.
Who should you nominate?
Early to mid-career scientists (maximum 15 years post completion of PhD).
Scientists who have demonstrated extraordinary contributions to the understanding or development of miniaturised systems.
How do you nominate?
Submit your nominations to Lab on a Chip Editor Sam Keltie at LOC-RSC@rsc.org
Nominations should include:
- Full contact and affiliation details of the person making the nomination.
- A letter of nomination with the candidate’s accomplishments and why the lectureship is deserved. (The nominee must be aware that he/she has been nominated for this lectureship.)
- A list of the candidate’s relevant publications or recent work (all work should be original).
- Candidate’s scientific CV stating PhD completion date; address; and full contact details.
Nomination Deadline: 15 May 2017
Who has won the Pioneers of Miniaturization Lectureship in the past?
- 2016: Professor Daniel Irimia, Massachusetts General Hospital, USA
- 2015: Professor Dino Di Carlo, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
- 2014: Professor Sangeeta N. Bhatia, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
- 2013: Professor Shuichi Takayama, University of Michigan, USA
- 2012: Professor Andrew deMello, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
- 2011: Professor Ali Khademhosseini, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
- 2010: Professor Stephen Quake, Stanford University, USA
- 2009: Professor Abe Lee, University of California, Irvine, USA
- 2008: Dr Patrick Doyle, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
- 2007: Dr Manabu Tokeshi, Nagoya University, Japan
- 2006: Dr David Beebe, University of Wisconsin, USA
Terms and Conditions
The Lectureship consists of the following elements:
- A prize of US$2,000. No other financial contribution will be offered
- A certificate recognising the winner of the lectureship
- The awardee is required to give a short lecture at the 2017 µTAS Conference
The award is for early to mid-career scientists (maximum 15 years post completion of PhD).
The award is for extraordinary or outstanding contributions to the understanding or development of miniaturised systems. This will be judged mainly through their top 1-3 papers and/or an invention documented by patents/or a commercial product. Awards and honorary memberships may also be considered.
The winner will be expected to submit at least two significant publications to Lab on a Chip in the 12 months after the lectureship is awarded.
Nominations from students and self-nominations are not permissible.
The decision on the winner of the lectureship will be made by a panel of judges coordinated by the Editor, and this decision will be final.
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Lab on a Chip
Lab on a Chip provides a unique forum for the publication of significant and original work related to miniaturisation, at the micro- and nano-scale, of interest to a multidisciplinary readership. The journal seeks to publish work at the interface between physical technological advancements and high impact applications that are of direct interest to a broad audience.