The Canadian Catalysis Foundation is pleased to announce that Dr. Marten Ternan is the winner of the 2001 Canadian Catalysis Lectureship Award. He is currently working with a team at the University of Ottawa (Bourgault, Conway, and Psofogiannakis) on modeling direct hydrocarbon fuel cells using computational fluid dynamics. The award consists of an honorarium along with funding so that the winner can provide a series of lectures across Canada. The Canadian Catalysis Lectureship Award is made to a researcher who is recognized as a leader in a particular field of catalysis, or someone who has just completed a new and interesting/controversial piece of work that is not widely recognized. It is restricted to Canadians who are currently working in Canada in the area of catalysis, and is intended to provide exposure to Canadian scientists and engineers.