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Валерий Васильевич Лунин
(к 70-летию со дня рождения)

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"О присуждении премии имени В.Н. Ипатьева 2009 года"
"О присуждении премии имени A.M. Бутлерова 2009 года"

О.О. Паренаго
V Международная научно-практическая конференция «Сверхкритические флюиды: фундаментальные основы, технологии, инновации»

Е.А. Козлова, О.П. Таран, Л.Я. Старцева
1-й Российско-Индийский симпозиум «Катализ и технологии защиты окружающей среды»

Т.В. Замулина
1-я Всероссийская конференция «Методы исследования состава и структуры функциональных материалов»

Т.В. Замулина, В.А. Яковлев
"Семинар на берегах Атлантики"

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Валерий Васильевич Лунин (к 70-летию со дня рождения)


Постановления Президиума РАН


V Международная научно-практическая конференция


Российско-индийский симпозиум "Каталитические технологии для защиты окружающей среды"


Конференция "Методы исследования состава и структуры функциональных материалов"


Семинар на берегах Атлантики


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The ACS National Awards Program: Recognizing Premier Chemical Professionals in Extraordinary Ways

Selected 2008 ACS National Awards and Respective Award Recipients

Priestley Medal sponsored by the American Chemical Society; Gabor A. Somorjai, University of California, Berkeley. Address to be presented before the general meeting of the American Chemical Society on Tuesday, April 8, at The Sugar Mill, and the Division of Colloid & Surface Chemistry.

Gabor A. Somorjai Award for Creative Research in Catalysis sponsored by the Gabor A. & Judith K. Somorjai Endowment Fund; Avelino Corma Canos, Instituto de Technologia Quimica, UPV-CSIC. Address to be presented before the Catalysis & Surface Science Secretariat.

Congratulations to Gabor Somojai on His Selection as the 2008 Priestley Medalist

ACS Publications would like to extend its most sincere congratulations to Gabor A. Somorjai on his being awarded the 2008 Priestley Medal in recognition of his :”extraordinarily creative and original contributions to surface science and catalysis.” Widely considered as the father of modern surface chemistry, the methods that Somorjai developed have been invaluable for elucidating chemical reaction pathways in heterogeneous (surface) catalysis with his contributions leading to major advances in microelectronics and data storage technologies.

At the time of this publication, Somorjai has contributed 177 articles to ACS journals, which have been cited over 1,600 times. His work spans The Journal of Physical Chemistry, Macromolecules, Nano Letters, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Langmuir, Chemistry of Materials, Accounts of Chemical Research, Chemical Reviews, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research Fundamentals, and Energy & Fuels.

The Journal of Physical Chemistry Festschrift in his honor notes, “Comments must also be made about Gabor’s other, and really overarching, contribution to the development of the field of surface chemistry. That is his contribution as teacher and effective spokesman for the field. Over the past thirty-five years he has trained more than ninety graduate students and more than one hundred postdoctoral associates. These students and research associates have had an enormous impact on the practice of this science and its development as a research field.... Gabor’s unflagging enthusiasm for his science, his devotion to his students, and his ability to clearly express his ideas in the literature and in lectures around the world have really identified the field of surface chemistry with him.”

In addition to his written contributions to ACS, Dr. Somorjai is also the father of Nano Letters Coordinating Editor Dr. Nicole S. Alivisatos, and served as research advisor to The Journal of Physical Chemistry Senior Editor Dr. Francisco Zaera. ACS Publications congratulates Dr. Somorjai for his award and thanks him for his numerous contributions to ACS journals as well as to the advancement of the scientific enterprise.

To view more details about Gabor Somorjai’s research, publications, awards and honors, and mentees see the Gabor Somorjai Festschrift referenced above in The Journal of Physical Chemistry B,Volume 104, Issue 14.

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