42nd International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography
and 15th GCxGC Symposium
...with particular emphasis on all Comprehensive Separation Technologies and MS Hyphenation


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AWARDS



We are pleased to announce two awards that will be presented at RIVA 2018

LESLIE S. ETTRE AWARD

Modern high resolution, high performance gas, thin-layer, and liquid chromatography is a little over 50 years old, and within a period of less than two decades it completely transformed our knowledge of the composition of our environment and food, by providing methods to establish their composition and to detect trace residual impurities. Reports by chromatographers presented at the yearly international symposia greatly help in dissipating this information to everybody involving in such measurements. 

Leslie S. Ettre, March 14, 2008


The symposium series “International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography” and PerkinElmer are pleased to announce that the 6th Leslie S. Ettre Award, will be presented on the occasion of the 42nd International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography and the 15th GCxGC Symposium to be held in Riva del Garda, Italy, May 13-18, 2018. The award is a cash grant of $2,500 US, a scroll with the winner’s name, $500 US travel contribution to attend the next ISCC meeting and free registration at the next meeting. The winner will also be invited to give an oral presentation at ISCC 2020. The Jury for the Award chaired by Ruben Garnica, includes 6-8 prominent scientists identified by the Scientific Committe plus previous winners. The winner will be annouced at the Closing Session of the Symposium. 

All presenters of oral and poster contributions related to capillary gas chromatography who are less 35 years of age or younger at the time of the lecture or poster presentation are eligible for consideration. Candidates will be required to provide evidence of eligibility (e.g., copy of passport or driver’s license). If you wish to be considered for the Leslie S. Ettre Award please indicate as such in your registration for the event.

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Previous Leslie Ettre Award Winners

2017  Stevenson Keisan  University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

2016

Cagliero Cecilia

University of Turin, Italy

2015

Dr. Sander Jespers

Chemical Engineering VUB, Vrije University, Brussell, Belgium

2014

Dr. Kari L. Organtini

Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology, and Molecular Biology, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, USA

2013

Dr. Anastasiia Kanatyeva

Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis, Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow, Russia

2012

Dr. Danilo Sciarrone

University of Messina, Messina, Italy

2011

Ms. Dan Li

Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, USA

2010

Dr. Giorgia Pucaro

University of Messina, Messina, Italy

2009

W. Christopher Siegler

University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA

2008

Dr. Chiara Cordero

University of Turin, Turin, Italy

 


 

 MARCEL GOLAY AWARD

The Marcel Golay award was instituted in honor of Marcel Jules Eduard Golay, the inventor of capillary columns. Dr. Golay, one of the pioneers of gas chromatography, introduced the theory of dispersion in open tubular columns (capillary columns) and demonstrated their efficacy at the second International Symposium on Gas Chromatography in 1958. Dr. Golay joined PerkinElmer in 1962 as a senior scientist, and invented the Golay infrared sensor, which, at the time was the most sensitive infrared sensor available. Golay's invention helped establish PerkinElmer as a major source of infrared technology. He also extended the theory of preparative columns and examined the properties of various chromatography sampling systems. The open tubular gas chromatography column is the most popular analytical gas chromatography column in use today. Dr. Golay worked as was a senior scientist at PerkinElmer up until his death in 1989. The Marcel Golay award is presented to a scientist in recognition of a lifetime of achievement in capillary chromatography. 

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Marcel Golay Award History. For more detail click here

Previous Award Winners  
 

2017

Luigi Mondello

University of Messina, Italy

2016

Robert Synovec

Washington, USA

2015

Harold M. McNair

Thomas Welch

VirginiaTech, Blacksburg, VA, USA

Ulm University, Ulm, Germany

2014

Daniel Armstrong

University of Arlington, New Texas, USA

2013

Tyge Greibrokk

University of Oslo, Norway

 

2012

Robert Kennedy

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

2011

Paul Haddad

University of Tasmania, Sandy Bay TAS, Australia

2010

Janusz Pawliszyn

University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada

2009

Barry L. Karger

Northeastern University, Boston, MA, USA

2008

Nobuo Tanaka

Kyoto Institute for Chromatography, Kyoto, Japan

2007

Peichang Lu

Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Dalian, People’s Republic of China

2006

Edward S. Yeung

Iowa State University, Ames, IA, USA

2005

Frantisek Svec

University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA

T. Tsuda

University of Gifu, Gifu, Japan

2004

Wilfried H. König

University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany

Volker Schurig

University of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany

2003

D. Jed Harrison

University of Alberta, Alberta, Canada

A. Manz

University of Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany

James G.H. Ramsey

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA

2002

Keith D. Bartle

University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom

Stellan Hjerten

University of Uppsala, Uppsala, Sweden

2001

B. Burger

University of Schellenbosch, Sellenbosch, South Africa

Fred F. Regnier

Purdue University, Lafayette, IN, USA

2000

Ernst Bayer

University of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany

John H. Knox

University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

1999

Csaba Horváth

Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA

Kiyukatsu Jinno

Toyohashi University of Technology, Toyohashi, Japan

Sigeru Terabe

HimeiInstitute of Technology, Himei, Japan

1998

Milton E. Lee

Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, USA

Hans Poppe

University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

1997

Karel A. Cramers

Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

1996

Fabrizio Bruner

University of Urbino, Urbino, Italy

Walter G. Jennings

J&W Co., Folsom, CA, USA

1995

Pat J. Sandra

University of Ghent, Ghent, Belgium

1994

James W. Jorgenson

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA

1993

Konrad Grob

Kantonales Labor, Zürich, Switzerland

1992

Leslie S. Ettre

Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA

1991

Milos V. Novotny

Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA

1990

Daido Ishii

University of Nagoya, Nagoya, Japan

Gerhard Schomburg

Max Planck Institut für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim, Germany

1989

Raymond D Dandeneau

Hewlett Packard, Inc., Avondale, PA, USA

Rudolf E. Kaiser

Institut für Chromatographie, Bad Dürkheim, Germany

Ernest H. Zerenner

Hewlett-Packard Inc., Avondale, PA, USA

 


GIORGIO NOTA AWARD

The Giorgio Nota Award award was instituted in honor of Giorgio Nota, who first introduced open tubular LC.
The Giorgio Nota award is presented to a scientist in recognition of a lifetime of achievement in capillary liquid chromatography.

 

Previous Girogia Nota Awards

2017

Purnendu Dasgupta

University of Texas at Arligton, TS, USA

2016

Pavel Jandera

Pardubice Universty, Pardubuce, Czech Republic

2015

Jorgenson James

Univerity of North Carolina at Chapel

2014

Salvatore Fanali

CNR, Rome, Italy

2013

No Award Given

 

2012

Milos Novotny

Toyohide Takeuchi

Indiana University, Bloomington, USA

Gifu University, Gifu, Japan




 

JOHN PHILLIPS AWARD

The John Phillips Award Comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatograpy, or GC x GC, was invented by the late Professor John Bruce Phillips of Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and his then graduate student, Dr. Zaiyou Liu.
The Phillips Prize will be awarded every other year to individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the field of GC x GC analysis.


Previous John Phillips Award

2017 Katie Nizio

University of Technology Sydney, Sydney

2016

Chin Sung-Tong

Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
2015

Giorgia Purcaro

University of Udine, Italy
2014

Chiara Cordero

University of Turin, Italt

2013

Thomas Dutriez

IFP, France

2012

Peter Tranchida

University of Messina, Italy

2011

Jamin Hoggard

University of Washington, USA

2010

No Award Given

 

2009

Dwight Stoll

Gustavus Adolphus College, USA

2008

Leslie Vogt

University of Augsburg, Germany

2007

Samuel Arey

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, USA

2006

No Award Given

 

2005

No Award Given

 

2004

Mikael Harju

Umea University, Sweden

2003

Leo van Stee

Vrije Universiteit, Netherlands

 

 

GCxGC LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

The award honors an experienced GCxGC scientist who has made significant contributions to the field.

 

Previous GCxGC Life Time Achievement Award

2017

Tadeus Gorecki

University of Waterloo, Canada

2016

Luigi Mondello

University of Messina, Italy

2015

John Seeley

Oakland University, Michigan, USA

2014

Glenn Frysinger,

Richard Gaines

 U.S. Coast Guard Academy, USA

2013

Robert Synovec

University of Washington, USA

2012

Philip Marriott

Monash University, Australia

2011

Donald Patterson

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA

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