Awards

 

1. Best Poster Award for 2019 conference

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2. Best Paper for 2017

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3. Kuriki Award

The “Kuriki Award for Young Professionals” (Kuriki Award) was announced to the Electric Rocket Propulsion Society (ERPS) community in November of 2016 and will be presented at each International Electric Propulsion Conference (IEPC) in honor of Dr. Kyoichi Kuriki’s tremendous contributions to the advancement of Electric Propulsion (EP). The nomination, submission, and award process is shown briefly below and full details on the award are available on the ERPS website (Kuriki Award).

Candidates for the Kuriki Award must be nominated by a member of the EP community through the submission of an application package that includes:

  1. A current, one page Curriculum Vitae including the candidate’s birth date showing that the candidate will be under the age of 35 at the time of the IEPC;
  2. A detailed description of the nominee’s contributions to the field of EP (not to exceed 5 pages);
  3. Copies of up to five technical publications relating to EP from scientific Journals and/or Conference Proceedings.

Submissions: Nomination packets must be received by the Kuriki Award Chairman (Dr. Stéphane Mazouffre) at stephane.mazouffre@cnrs-orleans.fr no later than July 12, 2019. All questions or comments should be directed to Dr. Mazouffre.

Award Value: The successful nominee will receive a certificate of achievement endorsed by the IEPC General Chairman, the Kuriki Award Chairman, and the ERPS President along with a $1000 stipend at the 36th IEPC Awards Banquet.

 

4. Stuhlinger Medal

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