Lefebvre prize

Terms
This award will be judged on the significance of the contribution and difficulties overcome, intended to be awarded every two years. The prize is £250 and shall be accompanied by a certificate.

Eligibility
Any PhD thesis published or examined by a UK or Irish University from 1 January 2016 to 31 December 2017 is eligible for the award.

The PhD can be in any field of combustion physics: diagnostics, measurements, computation, etc.

Nominations process
Supervisors of the PhD theses make the nominations and should send the thesis abstracts and a supporting letter (200 words max.) to: Konstantina Vogiatzaki <K.Vogiatzaki@brighton.ac.uk>, quoting “Lefebvre Award Nomination” in the subject field. Electronic copies of only the shortlisted theses would be requested by the prize committee for assessment at the final stage

Deadline for nominations: 30 September 2018

Selection process
The selection will be by a sub-committee of the Combustion Physics Group committee.

The winner will be announced at a Combustion Physics Group meeting.