Call for Nominations: EnSM Award and EnSM Young Scientist Award

The scientific journal, Energy Storage Materials (EnSM), is requesting written nominations from the international community for its 2021 EnSM Award (1 awardee) and EnSM Young Scientist Award (3 awardees).

The purpose of the EnSM Award is to recognize an outstanding scientist in the field of energy storage materials and devices who has made significant contribution and whose work shows significant innovation in the field.

The purpose of the EnSM Young Scientist Award is to recognize three very promising young scientists in the field of energy storage materials and devices who have shown great potential from their work with significant innovation in the field (the candidates for this award should be born after Jan. 1, 1981).

Each nomination should contain the following:

  • the name and affiliation of your nominee
  • a curriculum Vitae/resume of your nominee
  • a summary (of no more than 50 words) of his/her scientific merit and contribution
  • a brief supporting summary of how s/he fulfills the conditions of the award
  • two supporting letters from experts in your nominee’s research field
  • Please note that the award is open to anyone in the field, although self-nominations cannot be accepted.

The winners will be invited to write a paper for the journal Energy Storage Materials, and to join the Editorial Board of the journal. The winner of the EnSM Award will receive a certificate and an award of 1000 USD and the winners of the EnSM Young Scientist Award will receive a certificate and an award of 500 USD.

Nominations can be submitted to the Publishing Support Manger, Miss Catarina Pires (c.pires@elsevier.com) until September 30th, 2021.

The winners will be informed personally, and their name will appear on the website of the journal. The winners of the previous year can be found here: https://www.journals.elsevier.com/energy-storage-materials/awards/2020-winners-announced-ensm-achievement-award-and-ensm-young

Yours sincerely,

Prof. Hui-Ming Cheng, Editor-in-Chief, Energy Storage Materials

Lauren Ashby, Executive Publisher