[Neutron] Extended deadline-Louis Rosen Prize
aundrea at lanl.gov
Mon Nov 22 18:34:34 CET 2010
The Los Alamos Neutron Science Center (LANSCE) is pleased to announce
the call for the 23rd Louis Rosen Prize. The Prize, consisting of
$1000 and a plaque, is awarded for the outstanding Ph.D. or M.S.
thesis based on experimental or theoretical research performed at
LANSCE. Criteria include the originality and scientific impact of the
research and the students contribution to the research. The thesis
must have been completed between April 1st 2007, and Oct 1st 2010, to
be eligible for the 23rd Prize. A committee of LANSCE User Group
members selected by its Executive Committee will judge the nominations
for the Rosen Prize. The Prize will be presented at a topical
conference at which the recipient will present his/her research. The
recipient will be reimbursed for travel to the conference. To nominate
a thesis for the Rosen Prize, the following information must be
received by December 20th 2010.
1. A PDF of the thesis;
2. The students curriculum vitae;
3. A one page statement from the student describing his/her
contribution to the research, an assessment of the importance of the
research, and publications resulting from the research; and
4. A statement from the students research director describing the
students role in the research and its scientific impact.
Submissions should be emailed to: Aundrea Espinosa, LANSCE User
Office, e-mail: aundrea at lanl.gov.
If you have any questions, you may contact Alan Hurd, Lujan Center
Program Director, at 505-665-0630 or ajhurd at lanl.gov.
Thank you ,
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