Radiation Effects Steering Group News – New Award The Radiation Effects Steering Group (RESG) is excited to announce a new award – The Radiation Effects Early Achievement Award. The purpose of this award is to recognize an individual early in his or her career whose technical contributions and leadership have had a significant impact on the field of radiation effects. A $1500 cash award and plaque will be presented at the IEEE Nuclear and Space Radiation Effects Conference each year. Additional Information and the nomination form can be found on the IEEE RESG Awards website. Janet L. Barth Chairwoman, Radiation Effects Steering Group
Radiation Effects Early Achievement Award Award Description The purpose of this award is to recognize an individual early in his or her career whose technical contributions and leadership have had a significant impact on the field of radiation effects. Nominations are being accepted for this award. The deadline for submitting nominations is January 29 of each year. Selection Criteria The basis of the award is for individuals whose technical contributions and leadership during the first ten years of the recipient’s career that have had a major impact on the Radiation Effects Community. Examples include work that provides a solution to important technical problems in radiation effects or work that identifies significant new issues in the field. Other factors are cumulative research contributions over the first part of the career, internationally recognized leadership, and mentorship. It is the intent of the RESG to give special consideration for this award to members of the community who are IEEE/NPSS members. Award Presentation A $1500 cash award and plaque will be presented at the IEEE NSREC each year. Nomination Form DOWNLOAD NOMINATION FORMS. Nomination forms are available electronically in PDF or Microsoft Word format 2019-Rad-Effects-Early-Achievement-Award-Form (pdf) 2018-Rad-Effects-Early-Achievement-Award-Form (doc) Nominations, Inquires, and Correspondence Additional information can be obtained from Ethan Cannon from the Radiation Effects Steering Group. Ethan can be reached at Ethan.Cannon@boeing.com or +1-253-657-5104. Past Recipients The award will be presented for the first time in 2019; there are no past recipients.