The Adam Kondorosi Academia Europaea Early-Career Investigator Award
Academia Europaea and the European Nitrogen Fixation Conference are proud to announce a call for nominations for the Adam Kondorosi Academia Europaea Early-Career Investigator Award. The award is given in memory of Adam Kondorosi´s many outstanding scientific contributions and lifelong dedication to science. The award consist of an Academia Europaea diploma and a donation.
The Early-Career Investigator Award recognizes a young scholar for an outstanding scientific contribution.
The early-career investigator award is presented every second year at the European Nitrogen Fixation Conference and was presented for the first time in 2016. The awardee will give an award lecture at the European Nitrogen Fixation Conference in Naples 27 – 30 of August 2020.
Current and former scientists from the world community performing research in plant-microbe symbiosis, nitrogen fixation, and allied fields are eligible for the award and nominees from any country can be considered for the awards.
Any member of the scientific community can make nominations. Nominations should include a brief, maximum 2 page, description of the candidate’s contributions, a CV, and a publication list highlighting major contributions, and should be signed by at least two members of the scientific community.
Please submit your nominations as a single PDF to the chairman of the award committee by e-mail before March 27th 2020.
On behalf of the award committee
Eva Kondorosi, ENFC board
Sharon Long, Stanford University
Graham O´Hara, Murdoch University
Klaus Palme, Academia Europaea
Mart Saarma, Academia Europaea
Luis M. Rubio, ENFC board
Jens Stougaard, ENFC president