To recognize outstanding contributions by a young researcher to the field of soft matter.
The Emerging Soft Matter Excellence (ESME) Award recognizes an exceptional graduate student pursuing research in soft matter physics.
Organizers of non-APS conferences, symposia and workshops are invited to apply to DSOFT for sponsorship of up to $500 for their event and for advertisement on the DSOFT website.
DSOFT invites student, postdoc and early-career DSOFT members who are presenting their soft matter research at professional conferences to apply for Future Investigator Travel (FIT) grants of up to $500 to support conference travel and registration fees.
The Gallery is intended to showcase the aesthetic and elegance of soft matter systems, to be shared both with fellow researchers and the general public. Teams led by students or postdocs are invited to submit videos or posters. Winners are are chosen for their combination of striking visual qualities and scientific interest. This competition is distinct from the regular Soft Matter Poster competition, which focuses on more technical content.
To recognize the winners of the poster prize at the APS March Meeting.
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