The Raman Awards were established in 2014 (ICORS 2014, Jena, Germany), in order to honor leading scientists for their outstanding achievements in the field. In ICORS 2018, we will continue this program.

Awards

The Raman Lifetime Award

The award aims to honor the spectroscopists for their lifetime achievement in the Raman Spectroscopy and its applications.

The Raman Award for the Best Junior Researcher

The award aims to honor the young spectroscopist for their outstanding recent scientific achievements.

The Raman Award for the most Innovative Technological Development

The award aims to the scientist for their achievements in the new instrumentation and methods in Raman spectroscopy.

Note

* If you would like to recommend The Raman Lifetime Award, please send the below proposal and CV (two pages maximum).

* The Raman Award for the Best Junior Researcher is only for the person who is in five years or less after PhD graduation (within a maximum of five years after the graduation).

Recommend the candidate of Raman Awards

In order to honor leading scientists for their outstanding achievements in the field, the Raman Awards were established in ICORS 2014, Jena, and we are going to continue the awards in ICORS 2018. The International Steering Committees of the ICORS are responsible for electing the awardees.

Awards ICORS 2014 Awardees ICORS 2016 Awardees
Raman Lifetime Award Prof. Wolfgang Kiefer
(University of Würzburg, Germany)
Prof. Shulin Zhang
(Peking University, China)
Raman Award for the Best Junior Researcher Dr. Dmitry Kurouski
(Northwestern University, USA)
 Dr. Yuki Nojima
(Saitama University, Japan)
Raman Award for the most Innovative Technological Development Prof. Nick Stone
(University of Exeter, UK)
 Prof. Volker Deckert
(Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology at Jena, Germany)