We are pleased to announce the three winners of the 2016 ACS Nano Lectureship Awards. The winners are Prof. Lifeng Chi for the Asia/Pacific region, Prof. Christopher Murray for the Americas, and Prof. Andrea Ferrari for Europe/Africa/Middle East. All are frequent contributors and advisors to ACS Nano.
Prof. Lifeng Chi is a professor at Soochow University. Her research focuses on supramolecular chemistry on surfaces, in particular molecular assembly and reactions, molecular patterning, and structured functional surfaces.
Prof. Christopher Murray is a Penn Integrates Knowledge Professor at the University of Pennsylvania. His research focuses on the integration of precise nanocrystals into devices and technologies.
Prof. Andrea Ferrari is Professor and Director of the Cambridge Graphene Centre at the University of Cambridge. His research focuses on carbon nanomaterials and he is a pioneer in the study of graphene.
2015 — Asia/Pacific – Hua Zhang, Nanyang Technological University 2015 — The Americas – Peidong Yang, University of California, Berkeley 2015 — Europe/Middle East/Africa – Maurizio Prato, University of Trieste 2014 — Asia/Pacific – Amanda S. Barnard, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization 2014 — The Americas – Chad Mirkin, Northwestern University 2014 — Europe/Middle East/Africa – Klaus Müllen, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research 2013 — Asia/Pacific – Kian Ping Loh, National University of Singapore 2013 — The Americas – Zhong Lin Wang, Georgia Institute of Technology 2013 — Europe/Middle East/Africa – Itamar Willner, Hebrew University of Jerusalem 2012 — Asia/Pacific – Frank Caruso, University of Melbourne 2012 — The Americas – James M. Tour, Rice University 2012 — Europe/Middle East/Africa – Luis M. Liz-Marzán, University of Vigo (now, Basque Centre of Cooperative Research in Biomaterials CIC biomaGUNE)
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