Junior award from the European Rare Earth and Actinide Society for Eteri Svanidze
Congratulations to Eteri Svanidze, who was awarded the 7th ERES Junior award from the European Rare Earth and Actinide Society (ERES) for “her talented contributions to the solid-state chemistry and physics of f-elements“. The award was presented at ICFE-11, which was held in Strasbourg (France) last August.
This award is bestowed every three years to an awardee of any nationality, who may be located in an academic, governmental or industrial institution. The award is given for an innovative contribution to the science and/or technology of the f-elements and is meant to highlight a young investigator who shows great scientific potential.
Previous winners of this award include Koen Binnemans (KU Leuven, Belgium, 2000), Zhiping Zhen (University of Arizona, USA, 2003), Daniel Jaque Garcia (U Autonoma Madrid, Spain, 2006), Tiziano Montini (University of Trieste, Italy, 2012), Ka-Leung Wong (Baptist University, Hong Kong, 2015), and Matteo Cargnello (Stanford University, USA, 2018). The prize was not bestowed in 2009 none of the nominees meeting the expected standards.