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View the complete list of current and past winners
The 2012 winner is:
Charles Mims University of Toronto
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This award is presented biennially to an individual who, while resident in Canada, has made a distinguished contribution to the field of catalysis.
Deadline: October 1 on odd numbered years (i.e.2013, 2015, 2017...).
Sponsor: Canadian Catalysis Foundation
Award: A rhodium-plated silver medal and travel expenses to present an award lecture. The recipient will be required to present an award lecture at the Canadian Symposium on Catalysis or the CSC or CSChE conference.
Membership in the Institute is not a prerequisite for receiving this award.
The nomination shall remain in force for three consecutive odd years. Nominators are responsible for keeping the record of the nominee up to date and complete.
- Vice-Chair of the Catalysis Division as non-voting chair
- Past Chair of the CIC Board – as non-voting member
- Three most recent winners of the Catalysis Award
- Substitutions may be made in the event of a conflict of interest
The award shall be presented biannually unless the Committee considers that no suitable candidate has been nominated.JOIN NOW