Early Career Award
Nanophotonics is delighted to present an annual award to early career scientists whose research has contributed to advancements in the field of nanophotonics.
Submit a nomination
ABOUT THE AWARD
The Early Career Award is an annual award presented to 4 early-career-stage scientists who have contributed significantly to advancements in the field of nanophotonics. The award winners will be awarded a prize of 1000 EUR and will have their Article Processing Charges waived for a period of two years. This award is fully sponsored by the Nanophotonics journal.
Submissions are now close for the 2022 edition. Winners will be announced in January 2023.
DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS
Nominations Open: 1 July 2022
Nominations Deadline: 30 November 2022
The individual submitting the nomination should be an author of at least 3 papers in the field of nano-optics or photonics.
1. Nominees do not need to have previously published in the Nanophotonics journal
The following information should be submitted via the online form or via an email to Tara Dorrian, Nanophotonics Assistant Editor, email@example.com
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 JUDGING COMMITTEE
Prof. Stefan Maier, Monash University, Australia (Editor-in-Chief)
Dr. Dennis Couwenberg, ScienceWise Publishing, The Netherlands
Prof. 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
Prof. Kian Ping Loh, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Dr. Matthew A. Pelton, University of Maryland, USA
Prof. Junsuk Rho, Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea
Prof. Lei Zhou, Fudan University, China
Dr. Jia Zhu, Nanjing University, China