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Awards

1. The Acharya Vinova International Award

The Acharya Vinova International (AVI) award is honoured annually by the VBRI Press, Vinova Bhave Research Institute starting from 2010 for notable and outstanding research, applied or fundamental, in Materials Science and Technology which may relate to Biological, Chemical, Earth, Atmosphere, Ocean and Planetary, Engineering, Mathematical, Medical and Physical Sciences. The purpose of the award is to recognize outstanding international research work in the Materials Science and Technology. The award is named after the Vinayak Narahari Bhave, an Indian advocate of Nonviolence and human rights and is known as the Acharya Vinova International award for Materials Science and Technology. Across the world any professor/scientist/researcher engaged in research in any field of the Materials Science and Technology up to the age of 70 years is eligible for this Award. The Prize is awarded on the basis of contributions made through work done during the five years proceeding the year of the Prize.

The AVI award comprising a citation, a plaque and cash award of One Lakh Fifty One Thousand in Indian Rupees (INR 151,000). The final selection for the award has been done by a duly constituted committee and the award used to be given at annual award assembly in each year.

The last date for receiving application is 1st May every year. All correspondences should be made through e-mail to: 

Chairman AVI Award committee

E-mail: president@vbripress.com

List of AVI Awardee

In 2012-13

Prof. Li-Chyong Chen

National Taiwan University, Taiwan

In 2011

Prof. Anthony P. F. Turner

Linkoping University, Sweden

In 2010

Prof. Hisatoshi Kobayash

National Institute for Materials Science, Japan

2. The Nano Award

The Nano Award is honoured annually by the VBRI Press, Vinova Bhave Research Institute starting from 2011 for notable and outstanding research in the field of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology. The purpose of the award is to recognize outstanding international research work in Nanoscience & Nanotechnology. Across the world any researcher engaged in research in the field of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology up to the age of 70 year is eligible for this Award. The Prize is awarded on the basis of contributions made through work done during the five years preceding the year of the Prize.

The Nano Award comprising a citation, a plaque and cash award of One Lakh Fifty One Thousand in Indian Rupees (INR 151,000). The final selection for the award will be done by a duly constituted committee and the award used to be given at annual award assembly in each year.

The last date for receiving application is 1st May every year. All correspondences should be made through e-mail to:

Chairman The Nano Award committee

E-mail: president@vbripress.com

List of The Nano Awardee

In 2013

Prof. Jean-Pierre Aime

CNRS-University Bordeaux, France

In 2012

Prof. Arben Merkoci

Catalan Institute of Nanotechnology, Spain

In 2011

Prof. Ashutosh Tiwari

Linkoping University, Sweden

3. AML Award

The Advanced Materials Letters (AML) award is honored annually by the VBRI Press (www.amlett.com) for notable and outstanding research contribution to the Advanced Materials Letters.

Eligibility of Award

1. The Advanced Materials Letters Award is a prestigious international award which is limited to candidates whose work was reported in the Advanced Materials Letters.

2. The candidate for the award must have made the major contribution to the work reported.

3. Any author of a paper published in the Advanced Materials Letters during current calendar year is eligible for this prestigious year award.

Selection Procedure

The final selection for the award will be done by a duly constituted committee headed by the Editor-in-Chief, Advanced Materials Letters.

The AML award comprising a citation with a plaque and the award will be given during the annual award assembly in end of each year.

List of AML Award Winner

In Volume 4, 2013

1. Prof. Arnold E. Kiv

Department of Materials Engineering

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

2. Prof. Yoshiaki Hirano

Department of Chemistry and Materials Engineering

Kansai University, Japan

3. Dr. Wei Wu

School of Printing and Packaging and School of Chemistry and Molecular Science

Wuhan University, China

4. Prof. S. B. Kondawar

Department of Physics

RTM Nagpur University, India

In Volume 3, 2012

1. Prof. Alan M. Russell

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Iowa State University, USA

2. Dr. Jie Cai

The R&D Center of Wuhan Iron and Steel Co. Ltd. Wuhan, China

3. Dr. S. K. Shukla

University of Delhi, India

In Volume 2, 2011

1. Prof. Katsuyuki Kida

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan

2. Prof. Manjusri Misra

School of Engineering

University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

3. Prof. S. J. Dhoble

Department of Physics

RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur, India

4. Dr. Mandeep Singh

Department of Chemical Engineering

Institute of Chemical Technology

Technicka, Prague, Czech Republic

In Volume 1, 2010

1. Prof. Minbo Lan

Shanghai Key Laboratory of Functional Materials Chemistry,

and Research Centre of Analysis and Test, East China

University of Science and Technology, Shanghai, China

2. Dr. Russell Binions

Department of Chemistry, University College London,

Christopher Ingold Laboratories,

London, United Kingdom

3. Dr. S. R. Dhakate

Carbon Technology Unit, Engineering Materials Division,

National Physical Laboratory, CSIR

New Delhi, India