Medal of Achievement in Carbon Science and Technology: outstanding contributions to the discovery of novel carbon products or processes.
SGL Carbon (Skakel) Award: overall contributions and achievements that have significantly influenced the progress of carbon science and/or technology. Nomination Form
Charles E. Pettinos Award: recent outstanding research accomplishments of an individual or group in carbon science and/or technology. Nomination Form
Peter A. Thrower Award: distinguished contributions that have significantly influenced the advancement of research in carbon science and/or technology and have contributed to the collaboration of carbon researchers worldwide. Nomination Form
AmCarbSoc Fellow Award: Nomination Form
Mrozowski Award: best oral presentation by a student at international carbon conferences organized and/or sponsored by the American Carbon Society.
Walker Award: best poster presentation by a student at international carbon conferences organized and/or sponsored by the American Carbon Society.
Robert A. Meyer Award: travel grant for a graduate student or research associate to present a paper at an American Carbon Conference, preferably on carbon fibers or filamentous carbon, with special emphasis on characterization of their micro- or nano-structure. Nomination Form (Nominations due March 15, 2019)
Carbon Journal Prize: awarded by the journal Carbon and its publisher Elsevier for “an outstanding Ph.D. thesis in carbon material science and technology”. The journal is now accepting written nominations for this award, which is open to researchers who have successfully defended a Ph.D. thesis in the calendar year 2018 (the date of the thesis defense, rather than the graduation date, is to be used as the criterion for eligibility). Entry Instructions
The following awards are offered by external groups, so the contact information will be different from those listed above. Please refer to the links for each award below for their contact information.
Young Scientist SFEC Award 2019 – This award is open to any French-speaking researcher wherever he or she works, and to any researcher working in a laboratory in a French-speaking country/region. Complete award details and application information can be found here. The deadline for nominations is February 15, 2019.
Latin-American Carbon Federation Award – This award is for the best work submitted to the international carbon conference by a young researcher concerning the scientific aspects and/or the technological applications of carbon. The Award consists of a diploma of honor and waived registration for the next Latin-American Workshop on Carbonaceous Materials (TLMC), where they will be honored with a Keynote Lecture. Nominations for the award should be addressed to:
Prof. Dr. Juan Carlos Moreno-Piraján, Universidad de los Andes (Colombia)
President, Latin-American Carbon Federation
The Brian Kelly Award – This annual award was established in 1996 by the British Carbon Group in memory of Brian Kelly, a leading authority on graphite physics. The award is intended as a travel grant for students and early career researchers with up to ten years postdoctoral experience to attend the annual International Carbon Conference. Anyone living or working, at the time of that conference, in the country where the conference is held is not eligible. As a consequence, applications will not be accepted from the USA on this occasion, as the meeting will be held in Lexington, KY. Click here for complete award information.