The Raman Awards were established in ICORS 2014, Jena, in order to honor leading scientists for their outstanding achievements in the field and we will continue these awards in ICORS 2016. The steering, program and organization committees of the ICORS 2016 will be responsible for and electing the awardees.
- The Raman Lifetime Award: it aims to honor the creative output of a scientist who constantly worked for the further development of the Raman Spectroscopy and its applications.
- The Raman Award for the Best Junior Researcher: it aims to award a young scientist that caught the attention of the scientific community by outstanding research findings at the wide field of Raman Spectroscopy.
- The Raman Award for the most Innovative Technological Development: it aims to recognize the important accomplishments in the development of new scientific procedures and technical equipments. The candidates for the Junior researcher and the innovative technology award will be chosen from the submissions to the ICORS2016 program and award ceremony will be on Friday, August 19th.
- Raman Lifetime Award: Prof. Shulin Zhang, Peking University, China
- Raman Award for the Best Junior Researcher: Dr. Yuki Nojima, Saitama University, Japan
- Raman Award for the most Innovative Technological Development: Prof. Volker Deckert, Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology at Jena, Germany
- Raman Lifetime Award: Prof. Wolfgang Kiefer, University of Würzburg, Germany
- Raman Award for the Best Junior Researcher: Dr. Dmitry Kurouski, Northwestern University, United States of America
- Raman Award for the most Innovative Technological Development: Prof. Nick Stone, University of Exeter, United Kingdom