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SNIC-Prof Lee Soo Ying Awards

SNIC-Prof Lee Soo Ying Awards

SNIC-Prof Lee Soo Ying award is a prominent award that will be presented during every year of Chemistry National Meeting Singapore (ChnmSG) starting 2019. It consists of two types of awards which are SNIC-Prof Lee Soo Ying Young Chemist Award and SNIC-Prof Lee Soo Ying Early Career Research Award.

SNIC-Prof Lee Soo Ying Chemist Award is for candidates that have submitted their thesis or have obtained their Ph.D degrees within 1 years. SNIC-Prof Lee Soo Ying Early Career Research Award is for candidates that have obtained their Ph.D dgrees for more than 1 year and a postdoctoral research fellow/research fellow who work in Singapore for at least 1 year. The works that they carried out must be done in Singapore.

All the winners are required to present in the Chemistry National Meeting Singapore (ChnmSG).

Prof Lee Soo Ying Young Chemist Award

Award terms and conditions for Prof Lee Soo Ying Young Chemist Award:

(1)   Applicants should have already submitted their theses or they should have obtained their PhD degrees within 2 years.

(2)   No restriction on universities which applicants graduated from, but the applicants must now work in Singapore.

(3)   No restriction on nationality

(4)   Excellent publications (quality & quantity)

(5)   A member of SNIC; non-members should submit their SNIC membership applications before applying for this award.

(6)   Applicants will obtain or have already obtained a Ph.D. in chemistry (organic, inorganic, physical, analytical, computation, materials, polymer, bio, medicinal, environmental, radiochemistry or related fields).

SNIC - Prof Lee Soo Ying Early Career Research Award

Award terms and conditions for SNIC - Prof Lee Soo Ying Early Career Research Award:

(1)   Applicants should have obtained their PhD degrees for more than 2 year. They should have been postdoctoral research fellow/research fellow in Singapore for at least 1 year.

(2)   No restriction on universities which applicants graduated from.

(3)   No restriction on nationality

(4)   Excellent publications (quality & quantity)

(5)   A member of SNIC; non-members should submit their SNIC membership applications before applying for this award.

(6)   Applicants must have obtained a Ph.D. in chemistry (organic, inorganic, physical, analytical, computation, materials, polymer, bio, medicinal, environmental, radiochemistry or related fields

Click here to apply. The deadline for application is 30 April 2021.