College Park, Maryland June 6 - 10 , 2004
NSSA Prize for Outstanding Student Research
Congratulations to Owen P. Vajk (Stanford University) and Timothy J. Rappl (University of California, Berkeley) for being selected to receive the inaugural NSSA Prize for Outstanding Student Research.
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An NSSA Prize for Outstanding Student Research has been established by a generous private donation, and will be awarded at each ACNS meeting starting with the 2004 meeting in College Park. To qualify for the award, the student presenting their work at the ACNS must be no later than 2 years past their graduation date, and the work submitted for consideration must come from their thesis research. It is not necessary that you have already graduated.
The work must be presented in poster format at the meeting. Students should indicate during the abstract submission to the conference that they are requesting that their poster presentation be considered for the award. This will allow the student posters to be grouped together during the same poster session (tentatively scheduled for Monday).
The candidate will be asked to certify that they performed the majority of the actual neutron scattering work, and will be asked to provide contact information for their advisor. A subcommittee of the overall conference programming committee will judge the work and decide the winner. The winner will be announced during the latter part of the conference.
The award consists of a certificate, plaque, and $500 cash.
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