Nomination Guidelines for SFRR-I Trevor Slater Award Lecture


The Trevor Slater Award is the highest award of the Society and is awarded on a biennial basis to a scientist who, in the judgement of the International Committee, has made an outstanding contribution to the field. It was set up in memory of Trevor Slater, a founder and first President of the Society.

The award consists of a medal and certificate, and it is a requirement that the recipient present a lecture at the Biennial meeting where the award is made.

The awardees are: