Awards at the ENC
Postdocs & Grad Student Awards Applications Due January 12
All awards and funding below require an application. For all, the applicant must submit an abstract for presentation at the conference (separate from the award / funding application). Deadline to apply for all awards and funding below is January 12, 2024.
The Anil Kumar Travel Award of $1,000 for ENC conference travel recognizes a postdoctoral fellow or late stage graduate student whose research and submitted abstract of the applicant shows work with significant involvement in the development and applications of advanced NMR techniques or methods.
The Melanie Rosay Young Academic Support Program honors two awardees with $1,000 each for ENC conference support. These awards recognize graduate students or postdoctoral fellows whose research and submitted abstract show work in the development and application of advanced DNP-NMR techniques or methods.
The Manrao-Rastogi Travel Awards honors four awardees with $500 each for ENC conference travel support. Open to any student or postdoc studying in India with an accepted abstract for the conference.
The Shimon Vega Travel Award honors a single awardee with $1,000. Open to any student or postdoctoral fellow researching in the fields of solid state NMR and/or DNP.
The Student Travel Stipends are available to full-time students. Stipend funds vary but are typically a minimum of $300 for North American-based students and $500 for international plus free conference registration.
Learn About the 2023 Award Recipients
VIEW the Laukien Prize Recipients
VIEW the Varian Young Investigator Award (VYIA) Recipient
VIEW the Anil Kumar Travel Award Recipient
VIEW the Melanie Rosay Young Scientist Support Program Recipients
VIEW the Manrao-Rastogi Travel Awards for Young Scientists Recipients
VIEW the Shimon Vega Travel Award Recipient
Laukien Prize Nominations Due October 31
The Gunther Laukien Prize carries a monetary award of $20,000 funded by Bruker and is intended to recognize cutting-edge experimental NMR research with a high probability of enabling beneficial new applications. Nomination deadline is October 31.