Poster Prizes

Participants can apply for the following poster prizes. Application is done simply by hanging sticker(s) of the desired poster prize(s) above your poster. Stickers will be provided at the poster desk on-site.

No advance registration of your poster prize application is necessary.

The best poster submitted by a student and describing macromolecular structure.

The best student poster related to macromolecular crystallography.

3. 3 CCDC Poster Prizes for Younger Scientists

Original research in the field of chemical crystallography or the application of crystallographic information to structural chemistry.  This definition shall include advances in instrumental, experimental, theoretical or computational techniques that contribute to this field.
Candidates for CCDC Poster Prizes shall not be more than 35 years of age on 1st January of the year in which the Meeting is held, and should normally be the first named author on the poster.

4. SIG 4 Electron Crystallography Poster Prize sponsored by Calidris

Poster about Electron Crystallography

5. SIG 4 Electron Crystallography Poster Prize sponsored by NanoMEGAS

Poster about Electron Crystallography

6. SIG 6 Jacek Grochowski Poster Prize sponsored by SRS Daresbury Laboratory and the University of Manchester

This Prize is given in memory of Professor Jacek Grochowski who was greatly involved in SIG 6 and in ECA and is open to all relevant contributions in the domains of instrumentation and experimental techniques.

7. IUCr Journals Poster Prizes

The IUCr Executive Committee is pleased to continue the series of IUCr Journals awards to be presented at meetings of the Regional Associates. A prize will be awarded to the best poster from a graduate or undergraduate student in each of the following three categories: structural biology, chemistry and applied crystallography, and will consist of an IUCr Journals open-access voucher, a copy of A Little Dictionary of Crystallography and a certificate.

Any crystallographic study with an emphasis on temperature effects.

Crystallography in Biochemistry

For excellence in research on dynamics of molecular, protein and materials structure, enabled by the emerging new instruments (e.g. XFELs, electron sources, etc.) and new experimental and theoretical methodologies. It is open to students (graduate and undergraduate) and post-docs.

Poster must display electron density as primary evidence for any ligand or part of the structure discussed and important for the story.

12. Swiss Crystallographic Association Poster Prizes for Young Scientists

The Swiss Society of Crystallography is pleased to announce 5 prizes for the best posters presented at ECM30. Applications from all poster presenters are welcome, in particular from younger scientists.

13. SIG12 Poster Prize "Crystallography of Functional Materials" sponsored by STOE & Cie. GmbH (Darmstadt, Germany)

Any student before completing a PhD.