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for outstanding contributions to the development of instrumentation for mass spectrometry by a person under the age of 45 at the time of the award.
2020 Curt Brunnée Award winner
Assistant Professor in the Chemistry Department at the University of Texas at Austin, Livia Eberlin is the recipient of the 2020 Curt Brunnée Award. The award recognizes outstanding contributions to the development of instrumentation for mass spectrometry by a person under the age of 45 at the time of the award. Eberlin will receive the award at the 23rd International Mass Spectrometry Conference in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The previous winners are:
- 2018: Daniel E. Austin, Brigham Young University
- 2016:Yury Tsybin, Spectroswiss Sarl, Lausanne
- 2014:Dimitris Papanastasiou, Fasmatech, Athens
- 2012:Zheng Ouyang, Purdue University
- 2009:Alexander Makarov, Thermo Scientific
- 2006:Roman Zubarev, Uppsala University
- 2003:Michisato Toyoda, Osaka University
- 2000:Scott McLuckey, Purdue University
- 1997:Michael Guilhaus, University of New South Wales
- 1994:Gareth Brenton, Swansea