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John Coburn and Harold Winters Award

Student Merit Awards recognize meritorious achievements by students in an area fostered and encouraged by the Plasm Science and Technology Division, while also encouraging student participation in the Division. The John Coburn and Harold Winters Award is given in recognition of outstanding research achievements and an oral presentation given by a Student Merit Award winner at the AVS International Symposium. The following materials are required to apply for the Award:
 
  1. A curriculum vitae of the nominee
  2. A one-page letter of recommendation from the student's research advisor/mentor,
  3. A copy of the nominee's submitted abstract for the AVS International Symposium.
An eligible nominee must have their abstract accepted to the AVS International Symposium for the year they are nominated and be a registered student at the time of the earliest deadline for abstract submission. Only one student from a given research group may be nominated in each year and previous winners of the Coburn and Winters Award are not eligible.

A maximum of six (6) Student Merit Award winners will be selected by the PSTD Awards Committee on the basis of technical/scientific merit and originality of research. Each Merit Award winner will receive a cash award and an official certificate and must present their research in a private session of the PSTD Awards Committee. This private presentation will be in addition to the regularly scheduled PSTD oral session at the AVS Symposium.

The Coburn and Winters Award winner will be selected from the Student Merit Awardees based on the quality of both the research and oral presentation. The overall winner will receive an additional cash prize and certificate.

All materials should be submitted on the awards application link below and must be received on or before May 3, 2021.

Awards Application

List of Recipients

 
1994 Bruce Kellerman 2004 Jun Belen 2014 Bastien Bruneau
1995 Not Given 2005 Joseph VĂ©gh 2014 Paul Rumbach
1996 Jane Chang 2006 Lin Xu 2015 Hu Li
1997 Mikhail Malyshev 2007 Joydeep Guha 2016 Souvik Ghosh
1998 Catherine Labelle 2008 Emile Despiau-Pujo 2017 Hyun-Joon Roh
1999 Erwin Kessels 2009 Yang Yang 2018 Tahsin Faraz
2000 Siva Kanakasabapathy 2010 Bhavib Jariwala 2019 Adam Pranda
2001 Nicholas Fuller 2011 Harald B. Profijt 2020 Ryan Gasvoda
2002 Lin Sha 2012 Joe Lee    
2003 Jan Benedikt 2013 Rohan Chaukulkar