Rozenberg Tulip Award
The “Rozenberg Tulip Award” recognizes a prominent scientist annually, the DNA Computer Scientist of the Year, who has shown continuous contributions, pioneering, original contributions, and who has influenced the development of our field. The person awarded with this recognition is revealed at the meeting during the awards ceremony.
The DNA23 conference and the International Society for Nanoscale, Computation, and Engineering will award two prizes: “DNA23 Best Student Paper Award” and “ISNSCE Best Student Presentation Award”. For eligible papers, a brief recommendation letter (such as from the student’s advisor) should be emailed to email@example.com. Recipients of the prize will be notified at the time of the conference award ceremony.
Student Travel Award (Tracks A, B & C)
A limited number of student travel awards are available. All students attending the conference who are oral/poster presenters or co-authors are eligible to apply. Students who wish to be considered for a travel award should submit their completed applications no later than July 28, 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org. The application (PDF/DOC) must contain a letter of recommendation from your student advisor or supervisor (<200 words). Award recipients will be selected based on multiple factors, such as the quality of the submitted work (based on the reviews) and student/postdoc status. Selected recipients will be notified on a specific date.