IUGG Early Career Scientist AwardDSM-J2023-10-26T20:59:53+02:00
IUGG Early Career Scientist Awards 2015 – 2023
This Award honors early career scientists for their outstanding research in Earth and space sciences and for their international research cooperation. IUGG Early Career Scientist Awards are presented at the IUGG General Assembly following the announcement of the awards. The awardees are bestowed a certificate. IUGG supports travel of the awardees to attend the General Assembly. The awardees will be invited to give a talk at the General Assembly. Details on the award can be found here.
The 2023 IUGG Early Career Scientist Award is awarded to: Natalya Gomez
for her seminal contributions to our understanding of the connections between the cryosphere and sea level change, at the border of geophysical and climate sciences.
for revolutionizing the interpretation of seismic data by developing a unique holistic interdisciplinary approach based on Bayesian methodology, incorporating geophysical, geochemical and petrophysical datasets.
The 2019 IUGG Early Career Scientist Award is awarded to: Emilie Capron
for her outstanding contributions to the characterization of climate dynamic from ice core analyses through a collaborative international approach involving links with other archives and modelling.
The 2019 IUGG Early Career Scientist Award is awarded to: Marie Dumont
for her seminal work on radiative properties of snow and ice leading to an improved understanding of the mass and energy budget of Earth’s snow, glaciers, and ice sheets.
for his contribution to understanding geo and planetary dynamos through numerical simulations, and to international collaboration in geodynamo benchmark and planetary exploration.
The 2015 IUGG Early Career Scientist Award is awarded to: Ben Marzeion
for developing a glacier–climate model, which demonstrates that well informed and carefully controlled modelling of relevant processes can help ameliorate the problem of inadequate data.
The 2015 IUGG Early Career Scientist Award is awarded to: Ben Kravitz
for advancing understanding of observed and expected responses of the Earth system to natural and human-induced perturbations to climate forcing and coordination of the international GeoMIP project.
The 2015 IUGG Early Career Scientist Award is awarded to: Matthias Huss
for his outstanding contributions to the measurement and modelling of glacier mass balance leading to an increased understanding of the sensitivity of glaciers to climate change and their potential contribution to future sea level rise.
The 2015 IUGG Early Career Scientist Award is awarded to: Ilona Riipinen
for advancing our knowledge of new particle formation in the atmosphere, the contribution of organic vapors to the global aerosol population and the role of organic aerosols in the climate system.
for significant contributions to our understanding of impact structures, and for fundamental research in palaeomagnetism and rock magnetism.
Further IUGG Awards
The International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics honors distinguished scientists and outstanding early career researchers for their contribution to the field of Earth and space sciences and to international research cooperation in geodesy and geophysics.