Young Scientist Award


Young Scientist Award


The EPDIC Award for Young Scientists is assigned at each EPDIC Conference and honors
outstanding scientific achievement by young scientists in the field of powder diffraction.


The award winner is invited to present a plenary talk at the next European Powder
Diffraction Conference. The award has a value of 1.000 Euro and is possible by generous
sponsorship of PANalytical B.V. (Almelo, The Netherlands).


The EPDIC Committee of each EPDIC Conference decides who is the winner. Short
proposals of candidates containing descriptions of the scientific contributions to be
assessed should be addressed to the conference chair via email to pierre.bordet@grenoble.cnrs.fr.
before February 15, 2012. As a rule, an age limit of 35 applies to the candidates.


Recipients of the past EPDIC awards for young scientists:


Maurizio Bellotto (Milano, IT) EPDIC-3, Vienna, 1994
Laszlo Petras (Wien, AT) EPDIC-4, Chester, 1995
Malcom I. McMahon (Liverpool, UK) EPDIC-5, Parma, 1997
Robert E. Dinnebier (Bayreuth, DE) EPDIC-6, Budapest, 1998
David Rafaja (Prague, CZ) EPDIC-7, Barcelona, 2000
Matteo Leoni (Trento, IT) EPDIC-8, Uppsala, 2002
Vincent Favre-Nicolin (Geneva, CH) EPDIC-9, Prague, 2004
Irene Margiolaki (Grenoble, FR) EPDIC-10, Geneva, 2006
Andrew L. Goodwin (Cambridge, UK) EPDIC-11, Warsaw, 2008
Pavol Juhas, (East Lansing, USA) EPDIC-12, Darmstadt, 2010


Award for Distinguished Powder Diffractionists


The EPDIC Award for Distinguished Powder Diffractionists has been assigned for the first
time during the EPDIC11 Conference for outstanding results and/or continued, important
contributions to the field of powder diffraction.
The award winner is invited to present a plenary talk at the next European Powder
Diffraction Conference. The award has a value of 1.000 Euro and is possible by generous
sponsorship of Bruker AXS (Karlsruhe, Germany).
The EPDIC Committee of each EPDIC Conference decides who is the winner. Short
proposals of candidates containing descriptions of the scientific contributions to be
assessed should be addressed to the conference chair via email to pierre.bordet@grenoble.cnrs.fr before February 15, 2012.


Recipients of the past EPDIC awards for distinguished powder diffractionists:

Juan Rodriguez-Carvajal (Grenoble, FR) EPDIC-11, Warsaw, 2008
Hugo Rietveld (Pettern, The Netherlands) EPDIF-12, Darmstadt, 2010


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