Sensor Division Student Research Award

The ECS Sensor Division Student Research Award was established in 2021 to recognize promising students for conducting outstanding research in the field of sensors during their graduate training; and to encourage recipients to continue careers in the field and remain active in the ECS Sensor Division.

Nomination Deadline: March 1, annual
Presented: Fall meeting, annual

Recipient qualifications

Only current (student) members of The Electrochemical Society are considered for the ECS Sensor Division Student Research Award. The recipient should be a lead or contact author in at least one of the ECS journals relevant to the Sensor Division topical interest area (TIA); and enrolled in a college or university at the time of the nomination deadline.

Nomination Submission

A complete nomination package includes:

  • Electronic Nomination Form
  • Nominee curriculum vitae (CV) that includes a record of achievements (e.g., publications, technical presentations, patents, etc.);
  • Recent copy of Nominee’s college/university transcript showing current enrollment;
  • List of Nominee’s key published or accepted paper(s); minimum of one relevant to an ECS Sensor Division TIA in an ECS journal as lead or contact author;
  • Summary of Nominee qualifications that serve as the basis for the award (maximum of 5000 characters required);
  • Nomination Letter from the Nominee’s research supervisor;
  • Optional: up to two additional Letters of Support evaluating the Nominee’s qualifications.

The award consists of a framed certificate; US $200 prize; complimentary meeting registration; and ECS Sensor Division Business luncheon ticket. Multiple awards may be given.