Distinguished Career Achievement Award

Description: This award recognizes and honours an individual who has advanced the field of multiscale materials modelling through innovative, career-long research contributions.
Eligibility: An individual who has made significant and lasting impact in multiscale materials modelling and who had a distinguished career of twenty years or more.

Prize: An engraved plaque, a $500 award, economy class travel to, accommodation at, and complimentary registration for the MMM meeting in which the award is presented. The award is typically present at the MMM Conference Banquet.


  • The nominator should be a researcher who has attended at least two of the previous five MMM conferences
  • The nominee should be a researcher who has attended at least two of the previous five MMM conferences
  • All nominations will remain active for up to 2 consecutive MMM conferences (package may be updated or documents replaced upon request from the nominator)
  • The nomination package should include the following materials:
    • The nomination form including a proposed citation of 25 words or less highlighting the major contributions of the nominee. The nomination form can be accessed Here!
    • A nomination letter from the nominator of no more than 2-pages in length
    • The nominee’s curriculum vitae of no more than 10 pages (the complete list of publications should be provided through a link – e.g., to Google Scholar)
    • Up to 3 additional supporting letters from individuals familiar with the nominee’s research contributions and achievements (each letter should be no more than two pages)
    • All documents should be submitted by the nominator as a single PDF file to mmm10@jhu.edu with a subject title “Distinguished Career Award Nomination”.
Evaluation: Nomination packages are due June 17th, 2022. The International Advisory Board will vote within a month after the nomination deadline to select this year’s awardee. The members of the MMM Executive Committee (EC) of the International Advisory Board (IAB) are ineligible to submit nominations or supporting letters. Additionally, IAB members who have nominated or provided nomination support letters may not participate in the selection process.