ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering and the ACS Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Division and the ACS Cellulose and Renewable Materials Division are seeking nominations for the 3rd annual ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering Lectureship awards.
The awards will recognize and honor the contributions of three early career investigators from around the world who are doing exceptional research that impacts sustainability, green chemistry, or green engineering. The awards are intended to be global in scope, reflecting the global author base and readership of ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering. One recipient will be chosen from each of the following three regions: The Americas, Europe/Middle East/Africa, and Asia/Pacific.
These ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering Lectureship awards will be presented in a special symposium session of the ACS Industrial & Engineering Chemistry and ACS Cellulose and Renewable Materials Divisions at the 257th ACS National Meeting in Orlando, FL (March 31 – April 4, 2019) to honor the recipients. The Lectureship award winners will each receive an award plaque, $1,000 USD honorarium, and assistance with travel and lodging costs.
*Only the materials listed here will be considered by the selection committee
The selection committee will consist of ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering editors as well as representatives from the CELL and I&EC Divisions. The committee primarily assesses research achievements and contributions that impact sustainability and green chemistry and/or green engineering, as well as service to the field and community and engagement with the journal. The winners will be announced in early Fall 2018.
Complete nomination packages and questions regarding the lectureship should
be sent to: Award.ACSSustainable@acs.org.
2018 – Ning Yan, National University of Singapore (Asia and the Pacific)
2018 – Rafael Luque, University of Cordoba (Europe, the Middle East or Africa)
2018 – Fengqi You, Cornell University (The Americas)
2017 – Jinlong Gong, Tianjin University (Asia and the Pacific)
2017 – Helen Sneddon, GlaxoSmithKline (Europe, the Middle East or Africa)
2017 – Gregg Beckham, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (The Americas)
American Chemical Society Publications 2018