GSNP invites nominations for the GSNP Postdoctoral Speaker Award. This award seeks to recognize the best contributed talk at the APS March Meeting by a postdoctoral researcher in the area of Statistical and Nonlinear Physics.
Up to five finalists will be selected. Up to $500 travel funding will be provided to chosen finalists presenting their talk in person. The first-place winner will receive an additional $500 award. Prizes will be announced at the GSNP Business meeting.
Nominations for the 2023 March Meeting are due November 1st 2022
Candidates must be nominated by a senior researcher, such as a mentor, former advisor, or collaborator.
Each nomination must include:
A letter from the nominator commenting on the presentation skills of the candidate and the significance of the work in the area of statistical and nonlinear physics
Abstract of the candidate's talk, which should be a verbatim copy of the abstract submitted as a contributed talk to the APS March Meeting.
Candidate's curriculum vitae.
Eligible candidates must:
be a GSNP member
be holding a non-tenure track position at the time of the meeting
have received their Ph.D. degrees no more than 5 years prior to the March Meeting
submit their abstract for the March Meeting in one of the GSNP sessions (see dropdown in the nomination form) and give an oral presentation in person at the meeting
Submit your nomination
Please contact Daphne Klotsa, Secretary/Treasurer, GSNP.
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