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European Powder Diffraction Conference
Award for Young Scientists

The EPDIC Award for Young Scientists is assigned at each EPDIC Conference and honours outstanding scientific achievement by young scientists in the field of powder diffraction. The award winner is invited to present a plenary talk at the next European Powder Diffraction Conference. The award has a value of 1,000 Euro and is possible by generous sponsorship of PANalytical B.V. (Almelo, The Netherlands).

The EPDIC Committee of each EPDIC Conference decides who is the winner. Short proposals of candidates containing descriptions of the scientific contributions to be assessed should be addressed to any member of the EPDIC Committee who is asked to make names public within this committee. As a rule, an age limit of 35 applies to the candidates.

The call and the final date for submission of proposals are posted on the web page of each EPDIC Conference and taken up in the corresponding circular.

Recipients of the past EPDIC awards for young scientists:

Award recipient

awarded at

Maurizio Bellotto (CISE SpA, Milano, Italy)

EPDIC-3, Vienna, 1994

Laszlo Petras (TU Wien, Austria) 

EPDIC-4, Chester, 1995

Malcom I. McMahon (Univ. Liverpool, UK)

EPDIC-5, Parma, 1997

Robert E. Dinnebier (Univ. Bayreuth, Germany) 

EPDIC-6, Budapest, 1998

David Rafaja (Charles Univ. Prague, Czech Republic) 

EPDIC-7, Barcelona, 2000

Matteo Leoni (University of Trento, Italy)

EPDIC-8, Uppsala, 2002

Vincent Favre-Nicolin (University of Geneva, Switzerland)

EPDIC-9, Prague, 2004

Irene Margiolaki (ESRF), Grenoble, France)

EPDIC-10, Geneva, 2006

Andrew L. Goodwin (University of Cambridge, UK)

EPDIC-11, Warsaw, 2008

Pavol Juhas (Columbia University, New York, USA)

EPDIC-12, Darmstadt,2010

Kenneth R. Beyerlein (DESY, Hamburg, Germany)

EPDIC-13, Grenoble, 2012

Jan M. Hinterstein (Univ. of New South Wales, Australia)

EPDIC-14, Aarhus, 2014

Kirsten M. O. Jensen (Univ. of Copenhaghen, Denmark)

EPDIC-15, Bari, 2016

 


           

European Powder Diffraction Conference
Award for Distinguished Powder Diffractionist

The EPDIC Award for Distinguished Powder Diffractionists was assigned for the first time during the EPDIC-11 Conference for outstanding results and/or continued, important contributions to the field of powder diffraction. The award winner is invited to present a plenary talk at the next European Powder Diffraction Conference. The award has a value of 1,000 Euro and is possible by generous sponsorship of Bruker AXS (Karlsruhe, Germany).

The EPDIC Committee of each EPDIC Conference decides who is the winner. Short proposals of candidates containing descriptions of the scientific contributions to be assessed should be addressed to any member of the EPDIC Committee who is asked to make names public within this committee.

The call and the final date for submission of proposals are posted on the web page of each EPDIC Conference and taken up in the corresponding circular.



Recipients of the past EPDIC awards for distinguished powder diffractionists:
 

Award recipient

awarded at

Juan Rodriguez-Carvajal (ILL, Grenoble, France)

EPDIC-11, Warsaw, 2008

Hugo M. Rietveld (The Netherlands)

EPDIC-12, Darmstadt, 2010

Christian Baerlocher (ETH, Zurich, Switzerland)

EPDIC-13, Grenoble, 2012

Daniel Louer (Rennes, France)

EPDIC-14, Aarhus, 2014

Carmelo Giacovazzo (IC-CNR, Bari, Italy)

EPDIC-15, Bari, 2016

                                                                                 
                                   
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