The Raymond and Beverly Sackler International Prize in the Physical Sciences
The Raymond and Beverly Sackler International Prize in the Physical Sciences, awarded at Tel Aviv University, was established through the generosity of Dr. Raymond and Mrs. Beverly Sackler. The prize is awarded alternatively in the fields of Chemistry and Physics, and is intended to encourage dedication to science, originality and excellence by rewarding outstanding young scientists.
This year an amount of $100,000 will be presented in the field of Chemistry. The prize will be awarded at TAU, during a mini-conference that will be held in honor of the laureates, in November 2016.
The research field for 2016 is MAGNETIC RESONANCE.
Age limit: 45 years, or completion of PhD degree not before June 1st 2001.
Closing date for nominations: July 1st, 2016
Nominations for the Sackler Prize can be made by individuals belonging to one or more of the following categories:
- Presidents, Rectors, Vice-Presidents, Provosts, Deans in the Natural Sciences and Professors of Chemistry, Physics, or disciplines of Life Sciences, in recognized institutions of higher learning and research in Israel and abroad.
- Members of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities and Members of the TAU Senate.
- Sackler Prize Laureates.
A complete nomination will include:
- Nomination form
- At least two recommendation letters
- Nominee’s CV (including date of birth or date of receiving PhD degree)
- List of publications
- Brief research summary
Members of TAU faculty are not eligible to receive the prize. An individual may not nominate oneself.
All completed nominations should be submitted by mail or email until 1/6/16 to: Ms. Ronit Weingarten, Raymond and Beverly Sackler School of Chemistry, Faculty of Exact Sciences, Tel-Aviv University, Israel 6139001.
Fax: +972-3-640-9293, Email: Ronitwe@tauex.tau.ac.il
Coordinators for the year 2016: Professor Yoram Cohen and Professor Amir Goldbourt