The "Paul J. Crutzen Award for Early Cateer Scientists of the International Commissions on Atmospheric Chemistry and Global Pollution" is granted for an outstanding research contribution in atmospheric sciences by an early career scientist. The purpose of the award is to promote scientific innovation in atmospheric sciences for the protection of the environment.
The person nominated for the Award should be the first author of at least one cited paper with significant innovation and impact. An early career scientist is defined for this award as a researcher within 7 years of completing a Ph.D. or equivalent degree. If parental leave falls into this period, up to one year may be added per child where appropriate. The nominee should meet the above criteria by the first of June of the year when the award is competed.
A complete nomination packages must be e-mailed in one e-mail to the two following e-mail addresses: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org under the subject heading: ‘Nomination for the iCACGP Paul J. Crutzen Award 2018’