To acknowledge the authors’ continued support, we are pleased to announce the “Inorganics Best Paper Awards 2018” for two research articles and one review paper published between 1 January 2018 and 31 December 2018, which will be assessed by an Evaluation Committee presided by the Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Dr. Duncan H. Gregory.
Eligibility for the Awards:
- Two research articles and one review paper published in Inorganics from 1 January 2018 to 31 December 2018;
- Both regular and Special Issue submissions will be considered.
The papers will be selected by the Evaluation Committee according to the following criteria:
- Originality and novelty;
- Citations and downloads in 2019;
- Data Source: Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics).
- The award will consist of a certificate and a quota of publishing an additional paper in Inorganics with all publication fees waived, in open access format, after the standard peer-review procedure
When will the winner be announced?
- The winners will be announced early in 2020 on the journal website.
Travel Award 2018
On behalf of the Evaluation Committee, I am pleased to announce the winner of the 2018 Inorganics Travel Award. This award was granted to Marta Falcone, a PhD student in Professor Marinella Mazzanti’s group at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). Ms. Falcone is planning to present her work “Small Molecule Activation at Multimetallic Uranium Nitrides” at the Gordon Inorganic Chemistry Conference “Innovative Advancements and Technical Challenges that Span the Periodic Table”. The award consists of 800 Swiss Francs towards attending this conference.
The final decision was extremely difficult to make given the extraordinary number of high quality applications that were received. We would particularly like to thank all the applicants for their submissions and congratulate Ms. Falcone on her success.
Prof. Dr. Duncan H. Gregory
Travel Award 2017
Dr. Franz’s research interests focus on the isolation of low-coordinate and electron deficient main group metal complexes, as well as molecular higher-coordinate metal hydrides. He is planning to present his work “Coordination chemistry and applications of N-heterocyclic imino complexes of boron and silicon” at the International Conference on Phosphorus, Boron and Silicon—PBSI 2017. The award consists of 800 Swiss Francs towards attending this conference.
The final decision was extremely difficult to make given the extraordinary number of high quality applications that were received. We would particularly like to thank all the applicants for their submissions and congratulate Dr. Franz on his success.