WCI Call for Nominations
The World Council on Isotopes(WCI) has the honor to announce that it would like to invite all WCI members to nominate any individual, organization or company that has directly and exceptionally contributed to advancing the WCI’s mission, objectives and activities, according to Article B7 of the WCI Bylaws.
The categories of the Awards are shown as follows;
- The WCI President’s Award recognizes (1) outstanding contributions to the promotion of isotope technologies and the use of isotopes to benefit mankind, or (2) exceptional contributions to the activities of the Council through, for example, sharing and dissemination of relevant information, active cooperation in promoting the peaceful applications of isotope technologies, provision of technical/policy advice or training, and technology transfer. The number of the WCI President’s Award will be restricted to 6 Awards.
The ICI Chair’s Award recognizes exceptional contributions to the successful organization of the International Conference on Isotopes (ICI). The number of the ICI Chair’s Awards will be restricted to 2 Awards.
The number of awards is a maximum and fewer could be awarded as required. The suitability of a nominee is not impacted by their gender. Awards may be made every 2 to 3 years at the International Conference on Isotopes(ICI) venue. The coming Award will be given during February 3-7, 2020, at the 10th ICI venue, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
On these matters, WCI solicits the nomination of suitable candidates for each of WCI President’s and ICI Chair’s awardee(s) until November 20, 2019.
November 20, 2019: to receive the nomination
December 16, 2019: to finalize the evaluation by the EC members
February 2, 2020: to be approved by the WCI EC Meeting
February 3-7, 2020: to give Awards to Awardee(s)
The nomination form should be sent to the Director of the WCI Secretariat, Mr. Woo-Geun Song, by November 20, 2019. Attached please find the Nomination Form (including a copy of the relevant Bylaw) for the two awards.
Electronic/digital submissions are preferred (to: firstname.lastname@example.org), although they may consist of a combination of formats (e.g., Word, jpg and pdf) as most convenient.