Travel Award 2019
As Editor-in-Chief of Chemosensors, I am pleased to announce the winner of the 2019 Travel Award sponsored by Chemosensors. The award was granted to Dr. Yeşeren Saylan, postdoctoral fellow of Hacettepe University. She will be supported with 800 Swiss Francs towards travel expenses to attend the 258th ACS National Meeting to be held in San Diego, CA. Besides, Dr. Yeşeren Saylan and her supervisor will receive an offer to publish a paper free of charge without a fixed deadline in Chemosensors.
Dr. Yeşeren Saylan’s current research focuses on the utilization of nano-sized fingerprint structures of biological entities to develop bio-mimicked and bio-inspired sensors for precisely addressing existing real-world problems in environmental monitoring and medical applications.
Chemsonsors is proud to support this young researcher working in the field of science and technology of chemical sensors and wish her further success in her career. We are grateful to all who submitted applications—thank you for letting us get to know you and your work. We hope all of you continue to pay attention to Chemosensors in the future.
I would like to congratulate the winner and thank the selection committee for their excellent work in selecting the winner from such a large number of excellent candidate profiles.
Dr. Igor Medintz
Chemosensors Editorial Office
Travel Awards 2018
As Editor-in-Chief of Chemosensors, I am pleased to announce the two winners of the Travel Awards 2018 sponsored by Chemosensors. The awards were granted to William J Peveler, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at University of British Columbia, and Maria Mosshammer, PhD student at University of Copenhagen. The awards consist of 800 Swiss Francs each to support attendance at any academic conference in 2018.
Dr. William J Peveler’s research involves small molecule, macromolecule, solvothermal and nanoparticle materials synthesis, etc. He will attend the 2018 Gordon Research Conference State-of-the-Art Bioanalytical Sensing Approaches for Healthcare and Therapeutics, Forensics, and Visualization of Living Systems, from 24–29 June 2018 at Newport, RI, USA.
Maria Mosshammer’s work focuses on optical hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) sensors for environmental and biomedical applications. She will present her university’s new findings at the 2018 Gordon Research Seminar on Oxygen Radicals, which will be held at Ventura, CA, USA from 3–4 February 2018.
Dr. Igor Medintz,
Travel Award 2017
As Editor-in-Chief of Chemosensors, I am pleased to announce the two winners of the Travel Awards 2017 sponsored by Chemosensors. Travel Awards were granted to Dr. Xiangcheng Sun, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Cornell University, and Dr. Kiran Kumar Tadi, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The awards consist of 800 Swiss Francs each to attend any academic conference during 2017.
Dr. Xiangcheng Sun’s research involves single molecule visualization of living polymerization catalysis, fluorescent carbon dots through single molecule methods, and small fluorescent organic molecules synthesis and their polymerization. He will attend the 2017 Materials Research Society (MRS) Fall Meeting and Exhibit Annual Meeting, 26 November–1 December 2017, in Boston, MA, USA.
Dr. Kiran Kumar Tadi’s work focuses on peptide-based sensors, and surface-assembled monolayers. He will present his new findings at the prestigious international conference, Bio-Security and Bio-Sensors Summit 2017, which will be held at Coronado Island, California, USA, 2 October 2017–4 October 2017.
Dr. Igor Medintz