ESAS prizes info

The European Society for Applied Superconductivity (ESAS, awards four prizes biannually to researchers under the age of 30 for outstanding work delivered in person both by oral and poster presentation during the EUCAS conference. One prize is awarded in the subject areas of electronics, large-scale, wires and tapes applications and materials, corresponding to the main technical symposia of EUCAS. The main criteria for the award of these prizes are the originality of the work and the general quality of the poster presentation. Each prize-winner receives a printed certificate a monetary award of €500. 

The electronics prize is awarded in the memory of Professor Antonio Barone, who died in 2012 and who made an outstanding contribution to this field of superconductivity. This prize is sponsored by the CNR-SPIN Institute in Genoa, of which Professor Barone was a founding member.
Candidates are required to submit to the Awards Committee;
  1. A short CV (1 page)
  2. A summary of the work with a general statement of capabilities and accomplishments in the field (half a page), and a list of publications.
Successful candidates will be required to present their poster in person at EUCAS.
The deadline for ESAS prize submissions (CV and summary) is September 13, 2013.
The applications must be sent to