AS&T Outstanding Publication Award
AS&T's Outstanding Publication Award is awarded annually to one paper published in Aerosol Science and Technology (AS&T) without regard to publication date. The award recognizes papers that have had a significant impact on the field. Nominations should include a single letter and a citation of approximately 100 words. The letter is limited to three pages and may be signed by more than one person. The citation is a succinct summary of the significance of the paper, suitable for dissemination with the award announcement. Self-nominations are not permitted.
AS&T's Editor-in-Chief presents the AS&T Outstanding Publication Award at the annual AAAR meeting. It consists of a certificate for each co-author, one plaque to be used at the discretion of the co-authors, and monetary award of $2000.In addition, it is announced in AS&T along with the rationale for its choice.
AS&T Publications recognized by this award:
Judith C. Chow, John G. Watson, Dale Crow, Douglas H. Lowenthal and Thomas Merrifield, Comparison of IMPROVE and NIOSH Carbon Measurements, Aerosol Science & Technology, 34: 23-34 (2001).
M. E. Birch and R. A. Cary, Elemental Carbon-Based Method for Monitoring Occupational Exposures to Particulate Diesel Exhaust, Aerosol Science and Technology 25:3, 221-241 (1996).
J. T. Jayne, D. C. Leard, X. Zhang, P. Davidovits, K. A. Smith, C. E. Kolb and D. R. Worsnop, Development of an Aerosol Mass Spectrometer for Size and Composition Analysis of Submicron Particles, Aerosol Science and Technology 33: 49-70 (2000).
Christopher M. Sorensen, “Light Scattering by Fractal Aggregates: A Review”, Aerosol Science and Technology, 35: 648-687 (2001).
Peng Liu, Paul Ziemann, David B. Kittelson & Peter McMurry. “Generating Particle Beams of Controlled Dimensions and Divergence: I. Theory of Particle Motion in Aerodynamic Lenses and Nozzle Expansions”, Aerosol Science and Technology, 22:3, 293-313. (1995).
Tami C. Bond and Robert W. Bergstrom. "Light absorption by carbonaceous particles: An investigative review," Aerosol Science and Technology 40.1 (2006): 27-67.
Robert McGraw, Description of Aerosol Dynamics by the Quadrature Method of Moments Aerosol Science and Technology 27:2, 255-265 (1997).