Turin Academy of Sciences 2022 Prizes24 February 2022
The Turin Academy of Sciences invites nominations for their scientific prizes.
The Turin Academy of Sciences will award this year the following Prizes:
- Gili Agostinelli International Prize, amounting to € 10.000, to a scientist who has achieved distinction in the field of Applied Mathematics to Physical or Natural Sciences or Engineering. The prize cannot be awarded to members of Turin Academy of Sciences and to scholars who have already received the Panetti Prize or the Panetti Ferrari Prize.
- Panetti Ferrari International Prize, amounting to € 10.000, to a scientist who is particularly distinguished for his/her research in the field of Applied Mechanics during the last ten years. The Prize is indivisible and cannot be awarded to members of Turin Academy of Sciences and to scientists already honored with a similar national or international prize except for new works or discoveries.
- Herlitzka national Prize, amounting to € 5.000, to an Italian scientist who has achieved distinction in the field of Physiology during the last ten years. The Prize is indivisible and cannot be awarded to members of Turin Academy of Sciences.
To express an interest in being nominated for one of these prizes by the Royal Irish Academy please submit the following to email@example.com by midday on 18 March 2022: a letter explaining your suitability, a short curriculum vitae, and a list of your most important publications.
This opportunity is publicly advertised by the Royal Irish Academy.
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As women are underrepresented in the Academy’s participation in international collaborative activities, nominations of women are particularly welcome.
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