Several ITS ponsored Awards were presented at ICT2009 last month in Freiburg, Germany.
The award is co-sponsored by Marlow Industries, Inc. and carries a cash prize of one thousand dollars ($1000) and a Descriptive Certificate presented at the Banquet of the 28th International Conference on Thermoelectrics and the 7th European Conference on Thermoelectrics (ICT & ECT 2009), in Freiburg, Germany.
In addition, the 2009 Award includes a US$1000 contribution to the awardee to cover travel and fees for attending ICT & ECT 2009, July 26 – 30, 2009 in Freiburg, Germany.
Jong-Soo Rhyee, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Yong-in, South Korea earned the 2009 ITS Young Investigator Award for Excellence in Research in Thermoelectrics by a young investigator.
This award is sponsored by The International Thermoelectrics Society (ITS) and carries a cash prize of two thousand dollars ($2000 in US currency) and a Descriptive Certificate. The 2009 award was presented at the Banquet of the 28th International Conference on Thermoelectrics and the 7th European Conference on Thermoelectrics (ICT & ECT 2009), July 26 – 30, in Freiburg, Germany.
In addition, the recipient of the ITS Young Investigator Award gave an invited talk at the ICT & ECT 2009 to highlight the research leading to the award.
Two papers were awarded Best Scientific Paper Awards at ICT2009:
Tom Nilges, University of Münster, Germany "Highly Dynamic chalcogen chains in silver polychalcogenide halides: A new concept for Thermoelectrics", Full Text:
Jean-Numa Gillet, University of Lille I, France "Self-Assembled Germanium Quantum-Dot Supercrystals in Silicon with Extremely Low Thermal Conductivities", Full Text:
The Best Applied Paper Award at ICT2009 went to:
Mitsuru Kambe, CRIEPI, Japan "Encapsulated Thermoelectric Modules and Compliant Pads for Advanced Thermoelectric Systems", Full Text: