Early Career Award
Nanophotonics is proud to support the work of early career scientists who have made an outstanding contribution to advancements in the field of nano-optics and photonics through an annual award.
Every year we award the work of four early career-stage scientists working in the area of nanophotonics. All winners will receive a prize of 1000 EUR and a waiver for publishing their work in Nanophotonics without charge.
We welcome nominations for anyone who has made a contribution to the field of nanophotonics and has completed their PhD within the last 5 years.
All submissions are judged by a committee of subject experts. Four winners will be selected.
All four award winners will receive a prize of:
• 1000 EUR
• A waiver for publishing their work in Nanophotonics without charge. The waiver will be valid for 2 years.
To make a nomination, simply complete the online form where you will need to provide the following details:
1. Nominee’s name, affiliation and primary email address.
2. A list of the nominator's three most recent papers published in the field of nano-optics or photonics.
3. An original, one (1) page narrative/statement describing the nominee's contributions to the field of nanophotonics.
The deadline for submissions is Friday 6th October 2023.
Dr. Stefan Maier, Monash University, Australia (Editor-in-Chief)
Dr. Javier Aizpurua, Center for Materials Physics in San Sebastián (CSIC-UPV/EHU), Spain
Dr. Daniel Brunner, FEMTO-ST Institute, France
Dr. Jonathan Fan, Stanford University, USA
Dr. Kian Ping Loh, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Dr. Matthew A. Pelton, University of Maryland, USA
Dr. Junsuk Rho, Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea
Dr. Giulia Tagliabue, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
Dr. Lei Zhou, Fudan University, China
Dr. Jia Zhu, Nanjing University, China