Best Paper Award
The IES is pleased to announces the 2022 IES Best Paper Award competition. The IES looks forward to highlighting exciting advances and breakthrough development in the broad area of EPR and ESR. This award will be given to up 2 publications per year (from Mar. 2021 to Mar 2022), and the first author recognized with this award. The expectation is that the first author is a young scientist. Nomination can be made by any ACTIVE IES member (namely – dues must be paid for 2022), faculty or student. If self-nomination is made, it can be made only by the first author or the corresponding author. Nomination by first author should be accompanied by letter from the corresponding author explaining the role of the first author. Deadline for this Award is March 31 2022.
The application material that includes the following items should be packed into a single PDF document and emailed to the IES secretary firstname.lastname@example.org .
a. Cover letter not exceeding 1 page with your name, role and affiliation, full citation of the paper and explanation as to why this paper represents an exciting advance and breakthrough development in the broad area of EPR and ESR.
b. PDF of the nominated publication.
c. Letter from the corresponding author, collaborator and/or advisor, explaining the role of the nominated first author.
IES Best paper Award, 2021/2021
Best paper award for 2022 goes to Katherine Richardson from Maxie Roessler’s lab at Imperial College London for the following paper:
Katherine H. Richardson, John J. Wright, Mantas Šimėnas, Jacqueline Thiemann, Ana M. Esteves, Gemma McGuire, William K. Myers, John J. L. Morton, Michael Hippler, Marc M. Nowaczyk, Guy T. Hanke & Maxie M. Roessler
Functional basis of electron transport within photosynthetic complex I
Nat. Commun. 2021, 12, 5387
IES Best paper Award, 2020/2021
We are happy to announce that the “IES best paper Award” winners for 2020-21 are:
- Luis Fábregas Ibáñez (ETH Zuerich)”DeerLab: a comprehensive software package for analyzing dipolar electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy data”, J. Magn. Reson. 1, 2020 (DOI: 10.5194/mr-1-209-2020). (additional authors: Gunnar Jeschke, and Stefan Stoll)
- Michal Kern (University of Stuttgart)”Hybrid Spintronic Materials from Conducting Polymers with Molecular Quantum Bits”, Adv. Funct. Mater. 31, 2020 (DOI: 10.1002/adfm.202006882). (additional authors: Lorenzo Tesi, David Neusser, Nadine Rußegger, Mario Winkler, Alexander Allgaier, Yannic M. Gross, Stefan Bechler, Hannes S. Funk, Li-Te Chang, Jörg Schulze, Sabine Ludwigs, and Joris van Slageren)
- Nandita Abhankar (University of Maryland, NIST)”Scalable microresonators for room-temperature detection of electron spin resonance from dilute, sub-nanoliter volume solids”, Science Advances 6, 2020 (DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abb0620 ). (additional authors: Amit Agrawal, Pragya Shrestha, Russell Maier, Robert D. McMichael, Jason Campbell, and Veronika Szalai)
IES Best paper Award, 2019/2020
We are happy to announce that the “IES best paper Award” winners for 2019-20 are:
- Dr. Fei Kong from University of Science and Technology of China, for the paper “Kilohertz electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy of single nitrogen centers at zero magnetic field”, Science Advances 27 May 2020 Vol. 6, no. 22, eaaz8244 (additional authors Pengju Zhao, PeiYu, Zhuoyang Qin, Zhehua Huang, Zhecheng Wang, Mengqi Wang, Fazhan Shi, and Jiangfeng Du)
- Dr. Jason W. Sidabras from MPI Mulheim, for the paper ““Extending electron paramagnetic resonance to nanoliter volume protein single crystals using a self-resonant microhelix”, Science Advances 04 Oct 2019: Vol. 5, no. 10, eaay1394 (additional authors Jifu Duan, Martin Winkler, Thomas Happe, Rana Hussein, Athina Zouni, Dieter Suter, Alexander Schnegg, Wolfgang Lubitz, and Edward J. Reijerse)
IES Best paper Award, 2018/2019
We are happy to announce that the inaugural “IES best paper Award” winner is Daphné Lubert-Perquel from London Centre for Nanotechnology and Department of Materials, Imperial College London, (corresponding author Christopher W.M. Kay) for the paper: Identifying triplet pathways in dilute pentacene films, “Nature Communications 9, Article number: 4222 (2018)”.