To recognize and encourage excellence in graduate studies in the sciences and technologies of interest to the AVS. The nominee must be a registered graduate student in an accredited academic institution at the time in which the applications are due. The award may be given to a particular individual only once. previous winners of an […]
by American Vacuum Society
American Vacuum Society
Manufacturing Science and Technology Group is pleased to announce and solicit applications to be competitively awarded to up to 2 graduate students who present papers in MSTG sessions. The purpose of the MSTG Fellowships is to both encourage participation of students in the MSTG program and to acknowledge the valuable contributions they make in advancing […]
To recognize and encourage excellence in continuing graduate studies in the sciences and technologies of interest to the AVS. The nominee must be a registered graduate student in an accredited academic institution at the time when the applications are due. Applicants are normally expected not to graduate before the award selection. The student’s area of […]
To recognize and encourage excellence by women in graduate studies in the sciences and technologies of interest to AVS. The nominee must be a registered female graduate student in an accredited academic institution at the time when the applications are due. Applicants are normally expected not to graduate before the award selection. The award may […]
A competition for student posters that describe design, development, and/or use of “student-built vacuum systems.” Although these types of vacuum systems may not represent state-of-the-art technology, they often reflect creative designs that are guided by unique functionality, and/or are constrained by limited resources. Competitive submissions are expected to reveal inspired and/or cost-effective solutions to real-world […]
MEMS and NEMS Technical Group Best Paper Award is pleased to announce a “Best Paper Award” competition at the AVS Symposium and Exhibition. The award includes a cash prize ($500) and a certificate to the well deserving student presenting his/her paper in an oral or poster session of the MN group.
Recognizing outstanding research achievement and oral presentation. These awards are contingent upon acceptance of the abstract for presentation in a PSTD session at the AVS International Symposium.
The Applied Surface Science Division student awards consist of three cash prizes totaling up to $1,000. The winner will be selected based upon presentation skills, scientific merit and originality of their work.
The Thin Film Division’s premier, competitive graduate student award is in honor of James M.E. Harper. The Harper Award will be given for the best oral presentation by a graduate student in a Thin Film Division session at the Annual Symposium.
The Biomaterial Interfaces Division is offering student awards (starting at $500 for first place) for the best Flash Presentation/Poster or oral presentation at one of the BI sessions on their thesis research.