[CRYOLIST] IACS 2015 Early Career Scientist Prize

fierz fierz at slf.ch
Sun Nov 2 11:12:49 PST 2014

Dear colleagues,

The International Association for Cryospheric Sciences (IACS) is proud to announce its 2015 Early Career Scientist Prize.

The IACS Early Career Scientist Prize is an annual cash prize of € 1000 awarded to a nominated early career scientist who is assessed as having published the best scientific paper on a cryospheric subject during the previous calendar year. The objective of the prize is to recognize excellence in cryospheric science by honouring and promoting someone in the early-stages of her or his career, and to draw attention to the work of IACS.

IACS now welcomes nominations of scientific papers satisfying the eligibility criteria (see guidelines on-line at http://www.cryosphericsciences.org/iacsAwards.html).

Please submit nomination packages until 13 February 2015 the latest to ecsaward.iacs (at) slf.ch with the subject line labeled as "IACS: 2015 ECS Prize". All submissions will be acknowledged. If in doubt, please contact the Chair of the Selection Committee (ian.allison (at) utas.edu.au).

The Selection Committee will announce the winner late-March 2015 and the 2015 Prize will be formally presented during the IACS Plenary Administrative Session at the XXVI IUGG General Assembly in Prague in June 2015.

Best regards,
Dr Charles Fierz, physicist
WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF, Davos
Research Unit Snow and Permafrost, http://www.slf.ch/ueber/organisation/schnee_permafrost/index_EN

Team Snow Cover and Micrometeorology, http://www.slf.ch/ueber/organisation/schnee_permafrost/Mikrometeorologie/index_EN 

International Association of Cryospheric Sciences IACS,  

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