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Agilent Early Career Professor Award
The purpose of the Agilent Early Career Professor Award is to:
- Promote and encourage excellent research enabling measurements of importance to Agilent Technologies and the world
- Establish strong collaborative relationships between Agilent researchers and leading professors early in their career
- Build the prominence of Agilent as a sponsor of university research
Nomination deadline – February 23, 2024
Areas of Interest
- Focus Topic: Contributions to environmental sustainability through development of green analytical technologies, methods, or laboratory working environments.
- Professor must hold a tenure-tracked faculty position
- Must have completed Ph.D. or M.D. residency within 12 years of award year
(additional extensions may apply, please see FAQ)
- An unrestricted research award of $120K to be distributed in 2 years to university in the professor's name.
- Option to use all or part of award to obtain Agilent products at 50% discount.
- Option to accelerate payments for equipment with list price over $120K.
- Winner will receive an engraved plaque commemorating award, presented in a suitable ceremony.
- Winner is invited to make a presentation at an Agilent site (at Agilent's expense).
- Winner's name, photo and research highlights will be featured on the AECPA website.
Q: Do you accept multiple applicants from the same university?
A: We accept all relevant applications from world-leading early career professors at top universities globally that meet the published selection criteria. However, the Agilent Early Career Professor Award is a highly competitive award so we encourage applicants to follow the pre-selection process at their universities prior to applying. A discriminating filter on the university side will help to protect the valuable time of their most talented young faculty. For this reason we typically receive only one candidate application per university each year. Of course, if your university is so fortunate as to have two world-leading early career professors working on research relevant to the current Focus Topic, we would gladly accept both applications.