The 2020 Call for Nominations will begin in January 2019.
The The Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh (SACP) is accepting nominations for the 43rd annual Pittsburgh Analytical Chemistry Award, which will be presented at Pittcon 2020. The award is established in recognition of an individual’s significant contributions to the field of analytical chemistry including:
- introduction of a significant technique, theory or instrument
- providing exceptional training or a fertile environment for progress in analytical chemistry
The winner will receive a cash award and travel costs to Pittcon 2020 in Chicago, Illinois and will be included as a speaker in the Pittsburgh Analytical Chemistry Award Symposium in his/her honor.
The Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh (SSP), a sponsor of the Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy, is the sponsor of the annual Pittsburgh Spectroscopy Award. This award is for recognition of outstanding contributions in the field of applied spectroscopy and will be presented at Pittcon 2020.
- letter of recommendation listing the candidate’s accomplishments
- candidate’s vitae
- letter seconding the nomination from another person
- and if convenient, a letter from a third person supporting the nomination
Nominations should include:
The Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh (SACP) ) solicits nominations for the 2020 Pittsburgh Conference Achievement Award. The Award is presented annually at Pittcon to recognize individuals for outstanding achievements in the fields of analytical chemistry and/or applied spectroscopy within 10 years after completion of their Ph.D. work.
- An invitation to be included as a speaker in the Pittsburgh Conference Achievement Award Symposium.
- An invitation to the SACP/SSP Awards Reception and Dinner during the Conference.
- Presented with a scroll and a cash award in an amount to be determined by the SACP chairman.
The award winner will receive:
The Ralph N. Adams Award in Bioanalytical Chemistry will be presented at Pittcon 2020, and includes a cash award and travel expenses. The award recognizes significant contributions to the field of bioanalytical chemistry, broadly defined. The recipient will have introduced a significant technique, theory, instrument or application important to the life sciences, and provided an exceptional environment to educate bioanalytical chemists. Ralph N. Adams (1924 – 2002) exemplified these characteristics as a distinguished professor of chemistry at the University of Kansas.
- A nomination letter
- Four to five supporting letters
- An abbreviated biosketch
Previous nominations will be considered for a total period of three years. Nominations should include: