International Sustainable Aviation and Energy Research Society (SARES)
Lifetime Achievement – Science – Gratitude – Young Scientist – Young Researcher and Company Awards
The International Sustainable Aviation and Energy Research Society (SARES) (www.sares.org) will give awards to scientists and researchers who work in the sustainable aviation area and document their research, innovation, commercialization and implementation of services to strengthen their work and train scientists and practitioners with the aim of encouraging the demonstration of purpose. Awards will be given in the following categories:
- Lifetime Achievement Award
- Science Award
- Gratitude Award
- Young Scientist Award
- Young Researcher Award
- Company Award
Awards will be given every year in the International Symposium on Sustainable Aviation – ISSA. (www.2021.issasci.org)
Lifetime Achievement Award
This award will be given by the Organizing Committee to scientists or practitioners who work on Sustainable Aviation themes in consideration of their contribution to this area. This award will be given to a selected person or persons during the Symposium determined by the Organizing Committee, and award winners can make a speech on a topic they want.
This award will be given to scientists whose scientific studies on issues of sustainable aviation have contributed significantly at the international level. The selection will be based on the applicant’s or nominee’s articles, h index, project issues and project outcomes.
The Gratitude Award will be given to those who have contributed their research potential to the sustainable aviation area, significantly contributed to technological and economic development, and performed investigations transferred into the industry, contributed to efficiency and sustainability, made important contributions related to sustainable aviation. Applicants or nominees of this award must be 50 years old or older on the application date.
Young Scientist Award:
This award will be given to scientists who have made a difference in one of the issues pertaining to Sustainable aviation at the international level or who have made important contributions to future science on one of the issues related to Sustainable aviation at the international level and proved that he has high research qualities. Applicants or nominees of this award must be 40 years old or younger on the application date.
Young Researcher Award:
This award will be given to PhD or MSc students who have made a difference in one of the issues pertaining to Sustainable aviation at the international level or who have made important contributions to future science on one of the issues related to Sustainable aviation at the international level and proved that he has high research qualities. Applicants or nominees of this award must be 30 years old or younger on the application date.
The Company Awards will be given to companies which operate in the aerospace area in two classes: SME (Small and medium-sized enterprises) and Large Business companies. The company which wants to apply for the SME class award should have the SME status. The SME class award will be given to companies which developed products, system or technology in the aviation sector. The Large Business Award will be given to companies according to the work they have done within the scope of sustainability.
Award categories will be determined by the SARES and will be announced by the Symposium Organizer to the relevant institutions. Companies can apply for the Company Award themselves.
The candidates themselves, nominated by the institutions or organizations, and scientists receiving one of these awards, can make an application to the awards except for “The Lifetime Achievement Award”.
Nominations can be delivered by e-mail to the SARES 6 weeks before the date of the Symposium.
SARES e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The package of candidate’s documents will consist of which award he wants to be nominated for, the curriculum vitae of the candidate, and a list of publications. For the Science Award and Young Scientist Award, the candidate should additionally submit the print of Scopus h index and separately the list of Science Citation Index publications to the Award Commission of the SARES. For the Company Award, SME’s should make a presentation as an abstract with 3000 words of their developed technology, service, product or system. Large enterprises should prepare a report up to 3000 words about the scope of work on sustainability they have done and the results they have gained.
Candidates will be evaluated by the Award Commission, which will determine the most appropriate scientist or practitioner as an Award Winner. The Award Commission will be determined by the SARES.
The decision of the Award Commission will inform the Award winner before the date of the Symposium.
Awards will be given to winners in the International Symposium on Sustainable Aviation days as an Award Sculpture and Award Certificate. (If the symposium organized Online, then Sculpture Award and Certificate will not be presented physically. They’ll be sent as a picture and certificate through e-mail)
This regulation was set up by the decision of the Management Board of SARES and carried out by the President of Society.
The schedule of award dates are determined every year depends on the ISSA symposium dates and announced at SARES web site.