ACS Catalysis Lectureship for the Advancement of Catalytic Science Award
Purpose: The annual award honors the contributions of an individual or collaborative team for groundbreaking research that strengthens connections between catalysis sub-disciplines and has a profound impact on catalysis as a whole. The candidate’s career contributions to catalysis will be considered, but the largest emphasis will be placed on the candidate’s impact on catalysis over the last seven years.
- Nominee must have published at least one paper in ACS Catalysis
- Nominator must be a member of ACS, candidate does not need to be a member
- Teams limited to size of three principal members
- At least 2 letters of support (one letter or nominator must be a member of ACS CATL Division)
Division of Catalysis Science and Technology (CATL)