Luminescence and Display Materials Division Outstanding Achievement Award

The Luminescence and Display Materials Division Outstanding Achievement Award was established in 2002 to encourage excellence in luminescence and display materials research and outstanding technical contributions to the field. For the purposes of this award, luminescence and display materials science is defined as that area of knowledge that encompasses the physics, chemistry, and materials technology of luminescence and display materials and devices.

Nomination Deadline: January 1, even years
Presented: Fall meeting, even years

Recipient qualifications

The recipient will have made significant technical contributions to the field of luminescence and display materials science.

Award

The award consists of a scroll, and a $1,000 prize. The recipient is required to attend the Society meeting to receive the award and give a lecture to the LDM Division. The recipient will receive up to $1,000 in travel expenses to facilitate meeting attendance. In the event that the award is made jointly to no more than two co-recipients, the award to each of the co-recipients will comprise an appropriately worded scroll and a check for an amount to be decided by the L&DM Division Executive Committee, but not to exceed $1,000.

Past recipients

2016 – 2004
Baldassare Di Bartolo
(2016)
Not awarded
(2014)
Hajime Yamamoto
(2012)
David J. Lockwood
(2010)
H. Guedel
(2006)
A. Meijerink
A. Srivastava
(2004)