2002 AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN CATALYSIS
Presented by The Catalysis Society of Metropolitan New York
REQUEST FOR NOMINATIONS
The Catalysis Society of Metropolitan New York is seeking nominations for its twenty-first annual “Award for Excellence in Catalysis.” The award, sponsored by ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company, consists of a plaque and a $1,200 gift. It is granted to an individual or a research team from North America to recognize outstanding contributions in either applied or basic research in either homogeneous or heterogeneous catalysis. Particular effort is made to identify worthy individuals or teams who have not received sufficient recognition for their work.
This award will bring due recognition to the recipient(s), and we appreciate your help in seeking first-rate candidates. We especially need to fortify our active nomination list! Nominations are solicited from anyone who is currently, or has been previously, active in the field of catalysis. Nominations previously submitted as well as new ones will remain active for a period of three years.
Those wishing to submit a nomination should write a letter of recommendation for the individual nominee or team, including pertinent biographical information and a specific description of the impact of the nominee’s achievements in catalysis. The maximum length of the letter should be no more than two pages. It may be accompanied by copies of no more than two items presenting important documentation, such as papers or patents.
Deadline for receipt of nominations is January 18, 2002.
Past Recipients of the Award
- 1982 J.A. Rabo (Union Carbide)
- 1983 K. Klier (Lehigh)
- 1984 W. Kaeding, et al (Mobil)
- 1985 A. Vannice (U. of Pennsylvania)
- 1986 J. Lunsford (Texas A&M)
- 1987 F.J. Karol, et al (Union Carbide)
- 1988 S.J. Tauster (Engelhard)
- 1989 Bruce C. Gates (Delaware)
- 1990 W. Keith Hall (Pittsburgh)
- 1991 N.Y. Chen (Mobil)
- 1992 H.S. Gandi (Ford)
- 1993 Gary L. Haller (Yale)
- 1994 James A. Dumesic (Wisconsin)
- 1995 Gary McVicker (Exxon)
- 1996 Israel Wachs (Lehigh)
- 1997 John Newsam (Molecular Simulations Inc)
- 1998 Terry Baker (Northeastern)
- 1999 Shun Fung (Exxon)
- 2000 Henry C. Foley (Delaware)
- 2001 J.F. Brazdil, et al (BP Chemical)
2002 Spring Symposium
Catalysis Society of Metropolitan New York
Friday, April 26, 2002
Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey
FIRST CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
The Catalysis Society of Metropolitan NY invites you to submit abstracts of papers for oral or poster presentation at the 2002 Spring Symposium. As a heading of the abstract please list the title, author(s) (underline the speaker) and affiliation. The length of the abstract should not exceed one page, single-spaced. Twenty minutes will be allotted for each oral presentation, followed by a ten-minute discussion period. Times will be strictly monitored so as to encourage a thorough discussion. In addition, two $125 awards will be given to the best student posters. All members are urged to reserve the date and participate in the Spring Symposium.
The deadline for receipt of abstracts is February 1, 2002. You will be notified of consideration for the Symposium by February 22, 2002.
Those submitting an award nomination and/or paper(s)/poster(s) for consideration for the Spring Symposium should send or e‑mail them to:
ExxonMobil Research & Engineering
1545 Route 22 East
Annandale, NJ 08801