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Lucci Award
AICAT- SETARAM Award 2018


AICAT will provide 4 grants, worth € 200.00 each, covering the registration fees of next AICAT congress to be held in Pisa, from 17 to 19 December 2018. Italian and foreign Post-doc students, aged 35 or less at 15th of September 2018, operating in the field of Calorimetry and/or Thermal Analysis can participate for the applications. The application with curriculum vitae, the scientific titles and the list of publications of the applicant must be sent by e-mail (subject "Grant request for AICAT 2018"), to the

AICAT PRESIDENT
Prof. Giuseppe Arena
Dipartimento di Scienze Chimiche
UniversitÓ degli Studi di Catania
Viale A. Doria 6,
95125 Catania (Italy)
e-mail: garena@unict.it
Tel: +39 095.73.85.071 

WITHIN AND NOT BEYOND 30th of September  2018

The grants will be assigned by a commission set up by the Board of the AICAT Association


"A. Lucci" Award

During the XL National Congress on Calorimetry, Thermal Analysis and Applied Thermodynamics, which will be held in Pisa from 17th to 19th December 2018, AICAT with the support of the Lucci family will offer the Alberto Lucci Award. Italian researchers, aged 35 years or less on the expiry date of the call, operating in the field of Calorimetry and/or Thermal Analysis, will be eligible for the grant.

The applications, together with the curriculum vitae, scientific titles and the list of publications must be send by e-mail, with acknowledgment of receipt, to the

AICAT President

Prof. Giuseppe Arena
Dipartimento di Scienze Chimiche
UniversitÓ degli Studi di Catania
Viale A. Doria 6,
95125 Catania (Italy)
e-mail: garena@unict.it
Tel: +39 095.73.85.071

WITHIN AND NOT BEYOND 30th September 2018



AICAT-TA Award 2018

The AICAT Award was established in 2006 as an initiative of AICAT with the financial support of SETARAM, and since 2016 is sponsored by TA Instruments. It is offered to a scientist in recognition of outstanding scientific achievements in the field of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry. The Award recipients are selected by the Scientific Committee of AICAT.

The 2016 AICAT-TA Instrument Award recipient was Professor Tina Giancola.

Has been selected as the 2016 AICAT-TA Instrument Award winner for her outstanding contribution to the study of interactions and stability of biomolecules by means of calorimetric techniques. The Award has be presented at the XXXVIII National Congress on Calorimetry, Thermal Analysis and Applied Thermodynamics in Ischia (Naples). The Award Lecture of Prof. Tina Giancola has given after the Opening Ceremony and was dedicated to the memory of prof. Guido Barone, a pioneer in the diffusion of biocalorimetry in Italy and in the world. He passed away in June 2016, after a life devoted to the research and to his family that included, in addition to his beloved wife and son, his pupils.

The previous recipients of the AICAT Award were Prof. Peter Privalov (2006), Prof. Jacques E. Desnoyers (2007), Prof. Jean-Pierre Grolier (2008), Prof. Alberto Schiraldi (2009), Prof. Christoph Schick (2010), Prof. Attilio CesÓro (2011), Prof. Manuel A.V. Ribeiro da Silva (2012), Prof. Jean Rouquerol (2013), Prof. Adriana Saccone (2014).

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