Collaborative Research Grant in Honor of Marcel Loncin

Awarded only in even numbered years

Partner: Endowment Fund in Feeding Tomorrow

Achievement Award Description: To honor and provide research funding for a scientist or engineer conducting basic chemistry/physics/engineering research applied to food processing and improvement of food quality. Prize money is to be used by the recipient in directing and carrying out a proposed research project, and to allow a successful scientist to help a young scientist(s) to also become successful.

Eligibility: Individuals eligible to carry out the research outlined in the description. The nomination should not be a joint research proposal or a laboratory- manager proposal, although collaborative research is encouraged. The applicant may be from academia, industry, or government, and the organization must verify in the application that it will agree to allow the applicant to work on the proposed research.

Award Criteria: Nomination can include anticipated/planned chemistry/physics/engineering research applied to food processing and improvement of food quality.

Materials to Submit:

  • 5 Page Grant Proposal to describe the anticipated/planned research in food processing and food quality. The proposal should follow the format of traditional grant proposals.
  • One Page Biographical Sketch.
  • Reference Letter should speak to the Nominee’s research in food processing and improvement of food quality and reflect award criteria.

The submissions for the 2022 Achievement Awards are now closed.

2020: Julie M. Goddard

2018: Pawan Singh Takhar

2016: Shyam Sablani

2014: Lisa J. Mauer

2012: Wade Yang

2010: D. Julian McClements

2008: Shelly J. Schmidt

2006: José M. Aguilera

2004: Dietrich Knorr

2002: Jozef L. Kokini

2000: Syed S.H. Rizvi

1998: Theodore P. Labuza

1996: John M.V. Blanshard

1994: Werner Bauer