CEDAR email: Nominations for the 2017 CEDAR Prize Lecture due 28 February 2017

Astrid Maute maute at ucar.edu
Wed Jan 25 09:34:09 MST 2017

*CEDAR Prize Lecture nominations*

The CEDAR Prize lecture was instituted in 1989 and honors a recent
outstanding science contribution of importance to the CEDAR community. The
recipient of the award presents an invited plenary lecture at the annual
CEDAR workshop in June on the research contribution for which they were

The CEDAR Prize Lecture is open to non-U.S. citizens as well as U.S.
citizens, provided a strong connection to the CEDAR community can be
demonstrated. The nomination should be based on significant research
reported in a peer-reviewed publication(s) within the four years prior to
the June CEDAR workshop.

A nomination consists of three items:

   1. Name of nominee;
   2. Paper citation(s); and
   3. A maximum 1-page statement of why the research is important and
   relevant to the CEDAR community by, for example, relating the contribution
   to the Strategic Thrusts detailed in the CEDAR: The New Dimension,
   Strategic Vision

Nominations for the 2017 CEDAR Prize Lecture should be emailed to Jonathan
Makela <jmakela at illinois.edu> (jmakela at illinois.edu) and Scott England
<englands at vt.edu> (englands at vt.edu). Nominations will be considered by the
full CEDAR Science Steering Committee and are due 28 February 2017.
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