Scientific Award in Zoosystematics for Postdocs

Haszprunar Gerhard haszi at ZSM.MWN.DE
Fri Jul 25 16:07:46 CDT 2003


Dear colleagues,

I am pleased to announce the 5th RJH Hintelmann Scientific Award for
post-docs in zoosystematics (taxonomy, biogeography, phylogeny). Find below
the conditions for applications .

Please note the the Award has been substantially raised to now  5.000,--
(five-thousand !) Euro  (at present about 5.600,- US$) , so we expect the
best of the best among the competitors. Please transfer this message to all
who might have interest to apply.

DEADLINE  OF  APPLICATION  IS  OCTOBER  6TH  2003 !!!

With kind regards

Gerhard Haszprunar

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                                                          5th R. J. H.
Hintelmann Scientific Award
for Zoological Systematics



Established by Mrs. Elisabeth Hintelmann in memory of her husband Robert J.
H. Hintelmann


For outstanding achievements in zoological systematics, phylogenetics,
faunistics or zoogeography the association Freunde der Zoologischen
Staatssammlung München e.V. has the pleasure to announce the 5th R.J.H.
Hintelmann Scientific Award (the first prize was awarded 2000 to Dr. M.-O.
Rödel, Würzburg - the second in 2001 to Dr. M. Jaschhof, Greifswald - the
third in 2002 to Dr. J. Spelda, Stuttgart - the fouth in 2004 to Dr. M.
Balke, London). The prize has the value of EURO 5.000.- its target group are
preferably young post-graduate scientists.

This prize is awarded not only in appreciation of the previous scientific
performance of the applicant, but the prize-holder will also be given the
opportunity to continue his/her research work in coordination with the
Zoologische Staatssammlung. This may be carried out either by visiting the
Zoologische Staatssammlung or by being provided with Staatssammlung
materials for work elsewhere. The 5th R.J.H. Hintelmann Scientific Award
will be presented in January 2004 during a ceremony at the Zoologische
Staatssammlung in Munich, where the prize-holder should provide a short
lecture on his/her research topics.

Nominations may name any post-graduate scientist with outstanding
performance in the fields mentioned above. The pertaining proposal or
application should mainly provide an account of the candidate’s scientific
achievement. In addition, curriculum vitae, list of publications and
selected reprints (not more than five) have to be submitted. The submitted
documents remain with the awarding association.

Candidates may be nominated by any zoologist; self-nomination and repetitive
application in several years is also possible.

The prize-holder is elected on absolute majority basis by a jury appointed
by the executive committee of the Freunde der Zoologischen Staatssammlunge
e.V. Depending on the quality of applications the association reserves the
right to withhold the award in any given year.

Please send applications or nominations until October 6th  2003 to the
following address:

Freunde der Zoologischen Staatssammlung e.V.

R. J. H. Hintelmann-Wissenschaftspreis

Münchhausenstrasse 21

D-81247 München, Germany



            For further information please contact: freunde at zsm.mwn.de



Munich, July 2003


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Prof. Dr. Gerhard Haszprunar

Systematische Zoologie, GeoBio-Center/LMU

Direktor, Zoologische Staatssammlung München

Münchhausenstrasse 21

D-81247 München, Germany

Tel.: (089) 8107-104, Fax: (089) 8107-300

e-mail: haszi at zsm.mwn.de

http://www.zsm.mwn.de/Direktor



NEW JOURNAL IN SYSTEMATICS:

Organisms, Diversity and Evolution

http://www.urbanfischer.de/journals/ode

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