Awards

The IAG Early Career Researcher Award for 2014

The International Association of Geoanalysts, in conjunction with the 2014 Goldschmidt Conference, is sponsoring an award for the abstract which most closely reflects the goals of our society as submitted by a young scientist. Specifically, we are looking for research reporting advances in the following key areas of geoanalysis:

  • The characterization of new geochemical Reference Materials
  • The development and / or validation of new geoanalytical methods
  • The demonstration of new or refined statistical methods as applied to geochemical data

In order for an abstract to be eligible for consideration, each of the following three criteria must be fulfilled by the first author:

  1. The first author must have conducted the majority of the work being reported in the abstract
  2. The first author must currently be studying for a higher degree or have received his/her most recent degree after June 2009
  3. The first author must be attending the Goldschmidt meeting to present his/her talk/poster personally and shall accept the award at the Goldschmidt awards ceremony

The IAG Early Career Researcher Award consists of a certificate recognizing the winner's contribution to the field of geoanalysis, a cash award of US$ 750 and an 18 month free membership to our society. Early career scientists wishing to apply for this award should check the appropriate box when submitting their abstract via the Goldschmidt conference web site.

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