Four early career nominees will be selected to speak at the next Schroth Faces of the Future Symposium during the next APS Annual Meeting. Each year the symposium's featured discipline rotates. Selected speakers are given the opportunity to present their research and speculate on the future directions of their discipline. In addition, the speakers will have the opportunity to submit a mini-review based on their talk to be published as a fully citable APS feature. Each speaker will receive $500 to support their travel to the APS Annual Meeting. Funding for this award was generously provided by Milt and Nancy Schroth through the APS Foundation.
The discipline of focus for the next Schroth Faces of the Future Symposium will be announced.
This symposium is designed to acknowledge up-and-coming researchers shaping the future of their respective scientific discipline. We encourage nominations of forward-thinking scientists in the early stages of their careers (within 10 years of graduation) who are perceived to be future leaders in the field. Post-docs are eligible to apply. Nominees must be APS members in good standing.
Applications must include a one-page essay written by the nominee outlining their views on the future of their discipline.
A current curriculum vitae of the nominee must be included in the application.
An abstract of the proposed presentation must be included in the application
A letter of nomination, written by an established scientist, must include an evaluation of the nominees research and address the innovation and the impact that research completed by the nominee has on the discipline and the future of the field. Letters of nomination must be submitted separately by the letter writer using the Letter of Recommendation Form.
Applications are not being accepted at this time.
Please forward questions about the requirements or application process to award contact: Kimberly Cochran, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Speakers will be chosen by a selection committee composed of prominent researchers in the chosen discipline and members of the Early Career Professionals Committee.