Organometallics Distinguished Author Award Lectureship
The annual Organometallics Distinguished Author Award recognizes the author of exceptional articles that are published in Organometallics. An article that emphasizes advance organometallic chemistry, profoundly impacts on organic and inorganic chemistry, and exhibits creativity and originality will be favorably reviewed.
Sponsorship of the Award:
The award is sponsored by Organometallics, the ACS Division of Organic Chemistry, and the ACS Division of Inorganic Chemistry.
Nature of the Award:
The awardee will receive an 1) an award plaque, 2) an honorarium of US $2,000, and 3) travel funds to attend and present at the ACS Fall National Meeting.
- Nominated articles must have been published in Organometallics within the current or previous calendar years.
- Self-nominations and nominations of work authored by Organometallics Editors will not be accepted.
- Co-authors are eligible to submit nominations.
- Preference will be given to faculty and other investigators who are in the early phases of their independent careers.
Nominations and Additional Info:
See the 2023 Award Page (for publications in 2021 or 2022). The nomination deadline is January 22, 2023.
- 2023 – Jesús Campos Manzano, University of Seville, Spain, for work on
“Metalla-Frustrated Lewis Pairs (FLPs), elegantly bridging late-transition-metal chemistry with main-group chemistry and catalysis for impactful developments in organic synthesis, Pub1, Pub2.”
- 2022 – Josep Cornella, Max Planck Institute for Kohlenforschung, for work including “Ni(4-tBustb)3: A Robust 16-Electron Ni(0) Olefin Complex for Catalysis“
- 2021 – Robert J. Gilliard, Jr., University of Virginia, for publications such as: “N-Heterocyclic Carbene-Mediated Ring Opening of Reduced Diazamagnesacycles”
- 2020 – Viktoria H. Gessner, Ruhr University Bochum, for “Cooperative Bond Activation Reactions with Nickel and Palladium Carbene Complexes with a PCcarbeneS Pincer Ligand”
- 2019 – Ian Tonks, University of Minnesota, for “Generation of TiII Alkyne Trimerization Catalysts in the Absence of Strong Metal Reductants”
- 2018 – Tianning Diao, New York University, for “Nickel-Catalyzed Reductive Cycloisomerization of Enynes with CO2”
- 2017 – Alexander J. M. Miller, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, for “Modulating the Elementary Steps of Methanol Carbonylation by Bridging the Primary and Secondary Coordination Spheres”
- 2016 – Valentine P. Ananikov, Russian Academy of Sciences, for “Can We Predict the Future of Organometallic Chemistry?”