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Prizes and Awards

Page content : Lifetime Achievement Award - EPCS Prize - Best Poster Prize

The Lifetime Achievement Award

The ICALEPCS Lifetime Achievement Award is meant to honor an individual (or individuals) who throughout their careers have made invaluable and lasting contributions to the field of control systems for large experimental physics facilities. The scope of this award reaches beyond the successful completion of a single project or even several projects. The aim is to recognize those who through their vision, leadership, technical excellence, and a willingness to think beyond a single laboratory or even a country have influenced the international practice of control system development. Due to the nature of the award, it will not necessarily be presented at every ICALEPCS. This is meant as a recognition and celebration of exceptional and career-long contribution and as such it should be awarded only when such individuals have been clearly identified.

Details about the Lifetime Achievement Award are available at the ICALEPCS.org site.
Candidates must be nominated by at least two members of the ICALEPCS community. Valid nominations must include a letter of recommendation from the nominators providing justification for the award and a CV of the candidate. They should be sent before 1 July 2005 to:

Sharon LACKEY
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
MS 360, Box 500 Batavia
Illinois 60510, USA
tel.: 00 1 630 840 4453
fax : 00 1 630 840 3093
e-mail : slackey @ fnal.gov

The EPCS Prize

The EPS-EPCS Board is calling for nominations for the fourth EPS-EPCS biennial prize, which will be conferred during ICALEPCS 2005, the “International Conference on Accelerators and Large Experimental Physics Control Systems”, Geneva, 10-14 October 2005.

The prize is awarded to one or more young scientists for outstanding achievement in the field of Experimental Physics control systems. It consists of a certificate and a financial contribution of 2'000 Euro. The prize regulations are available at: EPCS site.

Valid nominations include a CV of the candidate, a description of his/her past and current activities in the field of controls together with his/her most significant publications. They should be sent through an EPS-EPCS Official Contact Person before 22 April 2005 to:

Daniele BULFONE
Sincrotrone Trieste
S.S.14 – Km.163.5 in Area Science Park
I – 34012 Trieste, Italy

Tel.: +39 040 3758579
Fax.: +39 040 3758565
E-mail.: daniele.bulfone @ elettra.trieste.it

Related links:
EPS-EPCS home page: http://cern.ch/epcs/
ICALEPCS home page: http://www.icalepcs.org

The Best Poster prize

For each poster session, a prize will be awarded to the two most exceptional presentations.

 

 
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