SCIEX Microscale Separations Innovations Medal and Award (previously the Arnold O. Beckman Award)
The SCIEX Microscale Separations Innovations Medal and Award (previously the Arnold O. Beckman Award) is an annual award given to an individual for remarkable career achievements, with particular consideration being given to the development of new methods, techniques and high-impact applications in the field of electrodriven separations. The award is supported by SCIEX, a key driver in capillary electrophoresis technology and comprises a medal, a diploma and a monetary prize.
The 2023 SCIEX Microscale Separations Innovations Medal and Award will be presented to:
Professor Christian Neusüß
Aalen University, Germany
Christian Neusüß is Professor in the Faculty of Chemistry at Aalen University. He received his diploma from University of Heidelberg and his PhD from University of Leipzig. His research interests include coupling and application of (electromigrative) separation techniques with mass spectrometry. He is focusing on technical developments such as nanoESI interfaces and miniaturized two-dimensional separations in combination with high resolution mass spectrometry as well as method development and applications for the analysis of proteins, metabolites and contaminants. He is co-author of more than 110 peer-reviewed publications (h-Index=41).
Trainee Awards (formerly Young Scientist Award)
The MSB Trainee Award(s) are intended to give talented trainees extra encouragement.
Depending on availability, the award(s) will be presented to a graduate student(s) or postdoctoral fellow(s) whose outstanding work sets an example for other scientists. All presenters who are graduate students or postdocs at the end date of the meeting are eligible for consideration (proof of status as will be required). An international jury of scientists will judge the qualified presentations and choose a winner.
Criteria for the Selection of the Trainee Awardee:
A limited number of DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion) Awards are available to strengthen the community at MSB 2023. All trainees who identify as a member of a group that is underrepresented in the scientific workforce are eligible for financial support, as long as funds are available. For more details on underrepresentation in STEM, please refer to the definition provided by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Briefly, this definition includes those from historically underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, those with disabilities, and those from disadvantaged backgrounds, including low socioeconomic status. Consideration for this award must be selected during the abstract submission process.
Awards will be given in the form of a discounted registration.