For the fourth time, the French Chemometrics Society (GFC) is making the GFC award in honour of the late Professor Jean-Pierre Huvenne for his early contribution to chemometrics in vibrational spectroscopy in France.
This GFC Award will be granted to the best PhD thesis defended in the two years preceding the award ceremony that will take place at the next annual GFC congress in Nantes (France), 2–3 February 2021 (https://chemom2021.sciencesconf.org).
If you have just defended your thesis or if it is scheduled to take place before 1 December 2020, you may wish to apply using the application form at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeMcVQJ6iFrup9cgzY8TRmRYnvpuQU-...
- This competition is open to PhD students worldwide who defend their thesis between 30 November 2018 and 1 December 2020.
- The PhD thesis is expected to show significant chemometrics results in analytical chemistry.
- The winner of the Jean-Pierre Huvenne GFC Award in Chemometrics will be invited to present his / her work at the next annual GFC congress in Nantes, 2–3 February 2021 (a free registration will be offered to the winner and travel expenses will be reimbursed by the GFC).
- Applications for the Jean-Pierre Huvenne GFC Chemometrics Award must be submitted by 1 December 2020.