Following a recent review of our ANBUG awards at the 2018 AGM, ANBUG will be recognising the achievements of our members annually in the following areas:
ANBUG Career Award – for sustained contribution throughout the recipient’s career to a scientific subfield, or subfields, using neutron scattering techniques.
ANBUG Neutron Award – for outstanding research in neutron science and leadership promoting the Australian neutron scattering community (>10 years post PhD).
ANBUG Young Scientist Award – for outstanding research utilising neutron scattering by scientists within 10 years of PhD conferral when accounting for significant career breaks.
ANBUG Outstanding PhD Prize – for a PhD thesis on research using neutron scattering techniques. The prize will be awarded at the ANSTO User Meeting 2019 and the PhD thesis must have been submitted after 1st January 2018 to an Australian or New Zealand University.
Nominations for these awards are now open and should be submitted to the ANBUG Secretary (Andrew Clulow) by close of business on Friday 20th September 2019 for awards at the ANSTO User Meeting 2019 in Sydney on 2nd-3rd December 2019. The nomination form can be downloaded here.
Outstanding PhD Prize – Grace Causer
Career Award – Rob Robinson
Award for Outstanding Research – Chris Ling
Award for Outstanding Research – Ross Piltz
Award for Sustained Contribution – Ian Gentle
Award for Outstanding Research – Maxim Avdeev
Sustained Contribution – Chris Howard
Award for Outstanding Research – not awarded
Sustained Contribution – Margaret Elcombe
Award for Outstanding Research – Prof. Erich Kisi (Newcastle University)
Sustained Contribution – Prof. Brian O’Connor