David Sinclair Award

The David Sinclair Award recognizes sustained excellence in aerosol research and technology by an established scientist still active in his/her career. The individual's research must have a lasting impact in aerosol science.

The award memorializes David Sinclair, one of aerosol science's great innovators, known for his knowledge, ingenuity and energy. Sinclair distinguished himself as a pioneer in aerosol science through his work with Victor LaMer at Columbia University.

Eligibility for the 2022 Award

The letters must state the particular reasons for nominating the individual. The curriculum vitae should include a list of published work.

Nominations for the David Sinclair Award, in one PDF file and in the order listed above, are due by May 15 to: jwu@aaar.org.

List of Recipients

1988 — Virgil A. Marple
1989 — Kvetoslav R. Spurny
1990 — Morton Lippmann
1991 — E. James Davis
1992 — James R. Brock
1993 — Richard C. Flagan
1994 — James H. Vincent
1995 — Sudarshan K. Loyalka
1996 — Peter H. McMurry
1997 — Howard Reiss
1998 — Heinz Fissan
1999 — Daniel E. Rosner

2000 — James W. Gentry 2001 — Richard A. Dobbins
2002 — David Y.H. Pui
2003 — Christopher Sorensen
2004 — Philip K. Hopke
2005 — Richard K. Chang
2006 — Juan Fernandez de la Mora
2007 — George M. Hidy
2008 — Paul A. Baron
2009 — William C. Hinds
2010 — Barbara J. Turpin
2011 — Michael Zachariah

2012 — Roger O. McClellan
2013 — Pratim Biswas
2014 — Constantinos Sioutas
2015 — Sonia Kreidenweis
2016 — Spyros Pandis
2017 — Lidia Morawska
2018 — Allen Goldstein
2019 — Tiina Reponen
2020 — Allen Robinson
2021 — Peter Buseck

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