Nominations for the Ewald Prize
Nominations for the tenth Ewald Prize are invited.
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The International Union of Crystallography is pleased to invite nominations for the Ewald Prize for outstanding contributions to the science of crystallography. The Prize is named after Professor Paul P. Ewald, in recognition of his significant contributions to the foundations of crystallography and to the founding of the International Union of Crystallography. Professor Ewald was the President of the Provisional International Crystallographic Committee from 1946 to 1948, the first Editor of the IUCr publication Acta Crystallographica from 1948 to 1959 and the President of the IUCr from 1960 to 1963.
The tenth Prize, for which nominations are now being invited, will be presented at the Montreal Congress in August 2014.
Scientists who have made contributions of exceptional distinction to the science of crystallography are eligible for the Ewald Prize, irrespective of nationality, age or experience. The Selection Committee will give careful attention to the nominations of outstanding scientists who have not yet won a Nobel Prize. Either an exceptionally distinguished scientific career or a major scientific accomplishment may be recognized. Current members of the Selection Committee and the President of the IUCr are not eligible. No restrictions are placed on the time or the means of publication of the nominee's contributions. The Prize may be shared by more than one contributor, but not more than three, to the same scientific achievement.
Nominations for the Ewald Prize should be submitted electronically, using the Ewald Prize Nomination Form, to the Executive Secretary of the International Union of Crystallography (email@example.com), from whom copies of the Nomination Form and the names of the Selection Committee can be obtained (these can also be found at http://www.iucr.org/iucr ). The closing date for nominations is 31 August 2013.