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HP Outstanding Junior Faculty Award
The HP Outstanding Junior Faculty Award program provides $1,000 to each of four outstanding tenure-track junior faculty members to present their work in COMP symposia at ACS National Meetings. The Awards are designed to assist new faculty members in gaining visibility within the COMP community. Award certificates and $1,000 prizes will be presented at the COMP Poster session. While special consideration will be given to Assistant Professors presenting work in the area of algorithm and methods development, applications for HP Outstanding Junior Faculty Awards are invited from all current tenure-track junior faculty who are members of ACS and the ACS Division of Computers in Chemistry. Postdoctoral researchers in transition to faculty appointments may also be considered. Selection criteria will include the novelty and importance of the work to be presented, as well as the level of Departmental support as indicated by a letter of support by the Chair or Chair designee.
To apply for an award for the ACS National Meeting In Philadelphia, PA, Aug. 17-21, 2008, an extended abstract of the work (no more than 2 pages) and the letter of departmental support should be sent to:
IMPORTANT: EXTENDED ABSTRACT AND SUPPORT LETTER MUST BE RECEIVED BY 5PM EASTERN TIME ON MARCH 7, 2008.
Applicants will receive email confirmation of receipt of materials. If you do not receive confirmation by March 10, 2008, please contact the organizer immediately by telephone (see below).
In addition, you must submit your normal abstract to the "HP Outstanding Junior Faculty Award" symposium on the OASYS system (the COMP OASYS deadline is March 17, 2008 for the Philadelphia ACS Meeting)
More information on awards offered by the ACS COMP division can be found
on the web site at:
Carlos Simmerling Professor, Department of Chemistry Stony Brook University Stony Brook, NY 11794-3400
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