This prestigious award recognizes distinguished achievement in the field of thermal analysis, including but not restricted to thermogravimetry, differential thermal methods, and effluent gas analysis. The nominee must have performed outstanding work in the utilization, creation, or refinement of thermal techniques of generally wide interest and impact. This award represents the highest honor bestowed by the Society.
The nomination packet should include (1) a letter describing the nominee’s outstanding contributions in the field of thermal analysis, (2) a letter of consent to the nomination by the candidate, (3) curriculum vita, (4) list of publications, (5) up to two additional letters of support, and (6) other relevant supporting materials.
Send all nominations and supporting document in a single PDF file to the Award Committee Chair by April 1.
NATAS Award Committee Chair,
University of Pennsylvania
The Laboratory for Research on the Structure of Matter
3231 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6202