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Nomination Guidelines

We invite eligible candidates to participate in the "International Research Awards on High Energy Physics and Computational Science" by following these simple nomination steps:

Step 1: Access the Nomination Form

Step 2: Complete the Online Submission Form

  • Fill out the online submission form with your details and credentials. Ensure that all required fields are accurately completed.

Step 3: Submit Your Nomination

  • After completing the form, click the "Submit" button to officially submit your nomination.

Nomination Process Overview:

  1. Document Screening:
    • Once nominations are received, our team will review the submitted documents.
  2. Acknowledgment:
    • Nominees will receive an acknowledgment email to confirm the successful submission of their nomination.
  3. Verification of Credentials:
    • The team may request proof of the credits and achievements mentioned in your CV or nomination form.
  4. Review by the Committee:
    • Nomination documents will be cross-verified and forwarded to the award committee for evaluation.
  5. Selection Announcement:
    • Selected candidates will be notified via email. Additionally, the list of selected nominees will be accessible on the website under the "Track My Submission" section.
  6. Event Registration:
    • Award winners will be invited to register for the event and celebration.
  7. Winners Announcement:
    • The official list of award winners will be released on our website.
  8. Award Presentation Ceremony:
    • Winners will be honored during an award presentation ceremony.
  9. Profile Report Release:
    • A comprehensive profile report of each award winner will be made available.

Thank you for your interest in recognizing and celebrating excellence in the field of High Energy Physics and Computational Science. Your nomination is a valuable contribution to honoring outstanding individuals in the industry.

If you have any questions or require further assistance with the nomination process, please feel free to reach out to us at physicsquery@sciencefather.com.

Nomination Process

1. Visit the HEPCS Awards Official Website: Start by visiting the official website of the International Research Awards on High Energy Physics and Computational Science. You can access the website here: HEPCS Awards Website.

2. Navigate to the Nomination Section: Locate the "Nominate Now" section on the home page of the HEPCS Awards website. You can access the nomination page directly using this link: Nomination Page.

3. Provide Your Primary Details:

  • Title: Choose your title from the available options (e.g., Dr, Mr, Mrs, etc.).
  • First Name: Enter your first name in the provided field.
  • Last Name: Enter your last name.
  • Category: Select the relevant category from the options provided.
  • Designation: Input your current job title or designation.
  • Institution/Organization: Specify the name of your company, institution, or organization.
  • Country: Choose your country from the provided list.
  • Email: Enter your email address.
  • Phone: Input your phone number, including WhatsApp if applicable.
  • Full Postal Address: If you want to receive a printed brochure, provide your complete postal address.
  • Queries & Comments: If you have any inquiries or comments, you can include them here.

4. Provide Subject Details:

  • Domain: Choose the domain that aligns with your expertise or the nominee's expertise.
  • Subdomain/Subject/Service Area: Enter the specific subdomain or subject area within the chosen domain.

5. Professional Details:

  • Upload your Resume (CV) /Filled Application form: Upload the relevant document containing your resume or filled application form. You can download the application form here: Download Application Form
  • Webpage links (optional): If applicable, provide links to your websites, profiles, blogs, videos, or social media pages where your research work is explained.

6. Research Awards: Select the specific award category you wish to be considered for from the available options.

7. CAPTCHA Verification: Complete the CAPTCHA verification process to confirm your status as a human user.

8. Submit Your Nomination: Once all the required fields are completed and any necessary files are uploaded, click the "SUBMIT" button to finalize your nomination.

9. Confirmation: Upon submission, you may receive a confirmation message or email acknowledging the receipt of your nomination.

Eligibility Criteria for International Research Awards on High Energy Physics and Computational Science

Last Updated: October 01, 2023

  1. Award Categories: Each award category may have specific eligibility requirements. Nominees must review and meet the criteria specified for their chosen category.
  2. Individual Eligibility: Individual nominees must be professionals, researchers, innovators, or contributors actively engaged in the field of High Energy Physics and Computational Science.
  3. Organization Eligibility: Organizations, institutions, companies, or research groups nominated for awards must have a significant presence and contribution in the field of High Energy Physics and Computational Science.
  4. Nomination Process: Nominations must be submitted through the official nomination platform provided. Self-nominations are allowed. Organizations may nominate themselves or be nominated by third parties.
  5. Publication-Based Awards: For awards based on publications, the nominated publications must have been published within a specified time frame, typically within the last [number] years. Publications must be relevant to the field of High Energy Physics and Computational Science.
  6. Compliance with Rules and Regulations: Nominees must comply with all rules and regulations governing the award nomination process. Any violation of these rules may lead to disqualification.
  7. Multiple Nominations: Nominees may submit nominations in multiple award categories if they meet the eligibility criteria for each category.
  8. Conflict of Interest: Judges and evaluators involved in the selection process must declare any potential conflicts of interest with nominees or their organizations. Steps will be taken to ensure unbiased evaluations.
  9. Transparency: Nominees must provide accurate and truthful information during the nomination process. Any attempt to provide false or misleading information may result in disqualification.
  10. Communication: Nominees should provide valid contact information for communication purposes. All communication regarding the award nomination process will be sent to the provided contact details.
  11. Award Ceremony Attendance: Award winners may be invited to attend the award ceremony or event to receive their recognition. Nominees should be willing and able to attend if selected as winners.
  12. Verification: Nominees may be required to provide additional documentation or evidence to verify their eligibility or the authenticity of their contributions.
  13. Disqualification: The organizing committee reserves the right to disqualify any nomination that does not comply with these eligibility criteria or the submission guidelines.

Terms & Conditions for Award Nomination

Last Updated: October 01, 2023

By participating in the Award Nomination process, you agree to the following Terms & Conditions. Please read them carefully:

1. Eligibility

  • Nominees must meet the eligibility criteria specified for each award category.
  • The award nomination process is open to individuals and organizations worldwide.

2. Nomination Process

  • All award nominations must be submitted through the official nomination platform provided.
  • Nominees are responsible for providing accurate and authentic information in their nominations.

3. Submission Requirements

  • Nominees must adhere to the submission guidelines and requirements specified for each award category.
  • Incomplete or incorrectly submitted nominations may be disqualified.

4. Evaluation Process

  • Award nominations will be evaluated by a panel of experts in the field, based on the criteria outlined for each award category.
  • The decision of the evaluation panel is final and binding.

5. Privacy

  • The personal information collected during the award nomination process will be used solely for the purpose of processing nominations and communicating with nominees.
  • For more details, please refer to our Privacy Policy.

6. Announcement of Winners

  • The announcement of award winners will be made on our official website within the specified time frame.
  • Winners will also be notified via email or other contact information provided during the nomination process.

7. Awards Ceremony

  • Winners may be invited to participate in an awards ceremony or event to receive their recognition.

8. Award Usage

  • Award winners are encouraged to use their recognition for promotional and professional purposes, with appropriate acknowledgment.

9. Changes to Terms & Conditions

  • We reserve the right to make changes or updates to these Terms & Conditions as necessary.
  • Any changes will be communicated to nominees through the official website or other means.

10. Disqualification

  • We reserve the right to disqualify nominations that do not comply with the Terms & Conditions or submission guidelines.

11. Liability

  • We are not liable for any errors or inaccuracies in the award nomination process.
  • We are not responsible for any technical issues or disruptions that may affect the submission process.

12. Contact Information

  • For inquiries or assistance related to award nominations, please contact us at physicsquery@sciencefather.com.

By participating in the award nomination process, you agree to abide by these Terms & Conditions. Failure to comply with these terms may result in the disqualification of your nomination.

Privacy Policy for Award Nomination

Last Updated: October 01, 2023

1. Information Collection

We collect the following information during the award nomination process:

  • Personal Information: This includes your name, email address, affiliation, contact details, and any additional information required for nomination.
  • Submission Data: Information related to your award nomination, including the content of your submission and any supporting materials.
  • Usage Information: We may collect data about your interactions with our nomination platform, including IP addresses and device information.

2. Use of Information

We use the information you provide during award nomination for the following purposes:

  • To process your award nomination and communicate with you regarding your submission.
  • To send updates and notifications related to the award nomination process.
  • To evaluate award nominations and select winners.
  • To improve and analyze our award nomination platform.

3. Data Sharing and Disclosure

We do not share your personal information with third parties, except for the purposes of managing the award nomination process.

4. Data Security

We take reasonable measures to safeguard your personal information from unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, or destruction.

5. Your Choices

You have the right to:

  • Review and update your personal information.
  • Opt-out of receiving award-related communications.
  • Request the deletion of your personal information, subject to legal requirements.

6. Cookies and Tracking Technologies

We may use cookies and similar technologies to enhance your experience on our award nomination platform. You can manage cookie preferences through your browser settings.

7. Changes to This Privacy Policy

We may update this Privacy Policy as necessary. Any significant changes will be communicated to you.

8. Contact Information

If you have questions or concerns about your privacy or this Privacy Policy, please contact us at physicsquery@sciencefather.com.

9. Terms & Conditions

Please note that by participating in the award nomination process, you agree to our Terms & Conditions. To review our Terms & Conditions, please visit website.

10. Responsibility

Delegates are personally responsible for the accuracy and authenticity of the information provided during the award nomination process.

11. Disclaimer

All award nominations are subject to review and evaluation. Nominees are responsible for the accuracy and authenticity of their submissions.

Publication-Based Awards Explanation:

Publication-based awards are a category of recognition within the "International Research Awards on High Energy Physics and Computational Science" that specifically acknowledge and honor outstanding contributions to the field made through published research, papers, or publications. These awards are designed to celebrate the significant impact of scholarly work and its contribution to the advancement of High Energy Physics and Computational Science.

Key Components of Publication-Based Awards:

  1. Eligibility Criteria:
    • To be eligible for publication-based awards, nominees must have authored or co-authored research papers, articles, or publications related to High Energy Physics and Computational Science.
    • The publications must be relevant to the field and have been published within a specific time frame, typically within the last [number] years.
  2. Nomination Process:
    • Nominees or their peers can submit publications for consideration in this award category.
    • The nomination process may require submitting the publication title, authors, publication date, and a brief summary of the research's significance and impact.
  3. Evaluation Process:
    • A panel of expert judges or evaluators with expertise in High Energy Physics and Computational Science will review the nominated publications.
    • The evaluation process considers factors such as the quality of research, innovation, impact on the field, and contribution to solving real-world problems.
  4. Recognition and Awards:
    • Publications that meet the criteria and are selected by the judging panel may receive awards or recognition during the award ceremony.
    • Winning publications are typically acknowledged for their excellence and impact on the field.
  5. Benefits of Publication-Based Awards:
    • Recognition: Winners of publication-based awards gain recognition and credibility in the academic and research communities.
    • Networking: Award ceremonies and events provide opportunities for networking and collaboration with peers.
    • Career Advancement: Such awards can enhance the professional reputation of researchers and open up new career opportunities.
  6. Promotion of Research:
    • Publication-based awards encourage researchers and scholars to publish high-quality work and contribute to the dissemination of knowledge in the field.
    • They promote excellence in research and innovation in High Energy Physics and Computational Science.
  7. Transparency and Fairness:
    • The selection process for publication-based awards is typically transparent and conducted by a panel of experts, ensuring fairness and impartiality.
  8. Publication Categories:
    • There may be multiple publication-based award categories, such as Best Research Paper, Best Journal Article, Best Conference Presentation, etc., each with its specific criteria.

Publication-based awards serve as a way to acknowledge the critical role that research plays in advancing the field of High Energy Physics and Computational Science. They motivate researchers to produce impactful work and contribute to the ongoing growth and development of the discipline.

Awards Categories

  1. Young Scientist Award
  2. Best Researcher Award
  3. Outstanding Scientist Award
  4. Lifetime achievement Award
  5. Women Researcher Award
  6. Best Faculty Award
  7. Best Scholar Award
  8. Most Cited Paper Award
  9. Best Innovation Award
  10. Best Paper Award
  11. Excellence in Innovation
  12. Excellence in Research
  13. Best Extension Activity Award
  14. Best Keynote Speaker
  15. Particle Physics Excellence Award
  16. Computational Science Excellence Award
  17. Innovative Physics Solutions Award
  18. Innovation in Computational Science Award
  19. Academic Excellence in Applied Physics Award
  20. Physics Industry Trailblazer Award
  21. Quantum Physics Innovation Award
  22. Research Innovation Award in Computational Science
  23. Collaborative Physics Research Award
  24. Innovation Catalyst in Physics Award
  25. Physics Entrepreneurial Spirit Award
  26. Cutting-Edge Physics Technology Award
  27. Inclusive Excellence in Physics Award
  28. Industry Pioneer in Computational Science Award
  29. Emerging Researcher in Physics Award
  30. Physics Industry Leadership Award
  31. Applied Physics Innovation Award
  32. Entrepreneurial Physics Achievement Award
  33. Corporate Physics Excellence Award
  34. Academic Innovator in Physics Award
  35. Physics Research and Development Award
  36. Business Excellence in Physics Award
  37. Physics Entrepreneur of the Year Award
  38. Innovation in Physics Education Award
  39. Physics Business Achievement Award
  40. Physics Research Innovator Award
  41. Physics Industry Innovation Award
  42. Cutting-edge Physics Research Award
  43. Computational Science Industry Innovation Award
  44. Physics Innovation Excellence Award
  45. Academic Leadership in Physics Award
  46. Business and Physics Integration Award
  47. Industry Pioneer in Physics Award
  48. Physics Leadership Excellence Award
  49. Research Innovation Award in Physics
  50. Academic Achievement in Physics Award
  51. Physics Entrepreneurship Award
  52. Business Impact Award in Physics
  53. High Energy Physics Excellence Award
  54. Physics Excellence in Industry Award

  1. Young Scientist Award:
    • Eligibility:
      • Working professionals can nominate individuals.
      • Nominees must be under 35 years of age as of the conference date.
    • Publication Required:
      • Nominees must demonstrate recognized and documented success in research contributions, including collaborations and publications.
    • Additional Information:
      • This award aims to recognize and promote young researchers who show exceptional promise in their fields.
  2. Best Researcher Award:
    • Eligibility:
      • Working professionals can nominate individuals.
      • There is no age limit for Best Researcher Award category..
    • Publication Required:
      • Nominees must have a proven track record of significant research contributions, including collaborations, contracts, and publications.
    • Additional Information:
      • This award celebrates individuals who have made outstanding contributions to their field of expertise.
  3. Outstanding Scientist Award:
    • Eligibility:
      • Working professionals can nominate individuals.
      • Nominees must be under 55 years of age as of the conference date.
    • Publication Required:
      • Nominees must demonstrate an exceptional research record with significant contributions, including grants, patents, collaborations, contracts, books, and publications.
    • Additional Information:
      • This award recognizes exceptional achievements and contributions to the institute or company.
  4. Lifetime Achievement Award:
    • Eligibility:
      • Working professionals can nominate individuals.
      • Nominees must be under 60 years of age as of the conference date.
    • Publication Required:
      • Nominees must have an outstanding research record with significant contributions, including grants, patents, collaborations, contracts, books, and publications.
    • Additional Information:
      • This award acknowledges a lifetime of remarkable achievements in research and contributions to the institute or company.
  5. Women Researcher Award:
    • Eligibility:
      • Working professionals can nominate individuals.
      • Nominees must be under 60 years of age as of the conference date.
    • Publication Required:
      • Nominees must have a significant research record with documented contributions, including collaborations, contracts, and publications.
    • Additional Information:
      • This award celebrates the achievements of outstanding women researchers in various fields.
  6. Best Faculty Award:
    • Eligibility:
      • Working professionals can nominate individuals.
      • Nominees must be under 45 years of age as of the conference date.
    • Publication Required:
      • Nominees must demonstrate significant contributions to their field through research and academic achievements, including collaborations, contracts, and publications.
    • Additional Information:
      • This award recognizes the exceptional contributions of faculty members to their respective fields of expertise.
  7. Best Scholar Award:
    • Eligibility:
      • Scholars or students can nominate themselves.
      • Nominees must be under 35 years of age as of the conference date.
    • Publication Required:
      • Nominees must demonstrate recognized research contributions, such as publications.
    • Additional Information:
      • This award aims to identify and support young scholar or student researchers with the potential to become leaders in their fields.
  8. Excellence in Innovation Award:
    • Eligibility:
      • Working professionals, institutes, or organizations can nominate individuals or entities.
    • Publication Required:
      • Nominees must demonstrate recognized and documented success in research contributions, including collaborations and publications related to their innovative work.
    • Additional Information:
      • This award recognizes outstanding innovation in various fields and aims to identify and honor those with the potential to lead in their respective areas through innovation.
  9. Best Extension Activity Award:
    • Eligibility:
      • Working professionals, institutes, or organizations can nominate individuals or entities.
    • Publication Required:
      • Nominees must demonstrate recognized and documented success in extension activities, including collaborations and publications related to their outreach efforts.
    • Additional Information:
      • This award acknowledges excellence in extension activities that contribute to the dissemination of knowledge.
  10. Best Keynote Speaker Award:
    • Eligibility:
      • Working professionals can nominate individuals.
    • Publication Required:
      • Nominees must have a history of delivering exceptional keynote speeches at conferences, events, or academic gatherings.
    • Additional Information:
      • This award honors speakers who inspire and enlighten audiences with their presentations.
  11. Best Paper Award:
    • Eligibility:
      • Papers presented at the conference or journal may be eligible for this award.
    • Publication Required:
      • The paper should demonstrate outstanding quality and contribution to the respective field.
    • Additional Information:
      • This award acknowledges excellence in paper presentations at the conference.
  12. Excellence in Research Award:
    • Eligibility:
      • Working professionals can nominate individuals.
    • Publication Required:
      • Nominees must have a strong research track record, including significant contributions, collaborations, contracts, and publications.
    • Additional Information:
      • This award celebrates individuals who have made exceptional contributions to the advancement of knowledge in their fields.
  13. Best Innovation Award:
    • Eligibility:
      • Working professionals can nominate individuals.
    • Publication Required:
      • Nominees should have a record of innovative contributions in their field, including patents, collaborations, contracts, publications, and successful innovations.
    • Additional Information:
      • This award celebrates innovators who have significantly advanced their respective fields.
  14. Excellence in  (Your Subdomain/Subject/Service area):
    • Eligibility:
      • Working professionals can nominate individuals.
    • Publication Required:
      • Nominees must have made significant contributions to the fields of High Energy Physics and Computational Science, including recognized research, collaborations, contracts, and publications.
    • Additional Information:
      • This award acknowledges excellence in the areas of High Energy Physics and Computational Science
    1. Most Cited Paper Award:
      • Eligibility:
        • Papers presented at the conference or journal may be eligible for this award.
      • Publication Required:
        • The paper should have received a high number of citations, indicating
    • Additional Information:
      • This award recognizes papers that have made a substantial impact in their respective areas.
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Subject Tracks

Track 1: Chiral spinors and helicity amplitudes

Track 2: Chiral symmetry breaking

Track 3: Effective field theory and renormalization

Track 4: Experimental methods

Track 5:  Free particle wave equations

Track 6: High energy physics

Track 7:  Interactions and fields

Track 8: Invariance principles and conservation laws

Track 9: Lepton and quark scattering

Track 10: Particle physics and cosmology

Track 11: Particles and antiparticles

Track 12:  Quark interactions

Track 13:  Spontaneous symmetry breaking

Track 14: The matter particles

Track 15: Weak interactions

Track 16: Particle Experiments

Track 17: Quantum Field Theory

Track 18: Computational Methods

Track 19: Higgs Boson Research

Track 20: Quantum Computing

Track 21:  Nuclear Physics

Track 22: Machine Learning in Physics

Track 23: Data Analysis Techniques

Track 25: Gravitational Waves

Track 26: High-Energy Astrophysics

Track 27: Quantum Technologies

Track 28: Electroweak Physics

Track 29: Supersymmetry

Track 30: Advanced Computing

Track 31: Dark Sector Research

Track 32: Quantum Information

Track 33: Computational QCD

Track 34: Hidden Particles

Track 35: Theoretical Advances

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The International Research Awards on High Energy Physics and Computational Science is an esteemed recognition program that celebrates excellence and innovation in the fields of High Energy Physics and Computational Science, particularly based on outstanding publications.

The awards are open to both individuals and organizations worldwide who have made significant contributions to the field of High Energy Physics and Computational Science through exceptional publications.

The awards feature various categories that encompass a wide range of achievements and contributions to High Energy Physics and Computational Science, primarily focusing on outstanding publications. The specific criteria for each category can be found on our website.

Nominations and applications, which include outstanding publications, can be submitted through our website. Please visit [Website URL] for detailed submission guidelines and deadlines.

Yes, self-nominations and nominations for your own organization are welcome.

Nominations, including publications, are evaluated by a distinguished panel of experts in the field of High Energy Physics and Computational Science. They assess nominees based on the criteria outlined on our website.

  • The announcement of award winners, including the publication-based awards, will be displayed on our website within less than 10 days after the nomination. Additionally, the winners will be honored at our annual award ceremony. Please refer to our website for the event date and detail

Winning an award in High Energy Physics and Computational Science, especially for outstanding publications, provides recognition and credibility for your research and contributions in the industry. It can also open up networking and collaboration opportunities.

You can find information about past award winners and their success stories, including their outstanding publications, on our website.

If you have any questions or need assistance, please feel free to reach out to our support team through the contact information provided on our website.

These awards are highly regarded in the industry and serve as a prestigious recognition of excellence and innovation in the field of High Energy Physics and Computational, particularly based on outstanding publications.

Yes, there is an awards ceremony where the winners, including those recognized for their publications, will be honored. Details about the ceremony can be found on our website.

There are no geographic restrictions; nominations, especially those based on outstanding publications, are open to individuals and organizations worldwide.

The judging criteria are based on various factors, including the quality and impact of publications, innovation, and contributions to the advancement of High Energy Physics and Computational. Detailed criteria are available on our website.

Tips for a Successful Nomination

  1. Review the Award Categories:
    • Before submitting a nomination, carefully review the available award categories to ensure you are applying for the most suitable one that aligns with your work or contributions.
  2. Read the Guidelines:
    • Familiarize yourself with the submission guidelines and eligibility criteria for the specific award category you intend to apply for.
  3. Prepare a Strong Submission:
    • Craft a well-structured nomination that highlights the significance and impact of your contributions to the field of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics.
    • Clearly articulate the problem you addressed, the methodology you employed, and the results achieved.
  4. Supporting Documentation:
    • Include any relevant supporting materials, such as research papers, project reports, or evidence of innovations, to strengthen your nomination.
  5. Accuracy and Authenticity:
    • Ensure that all information provided in your nomination is accurate and authentic. Any attempt to provide false or misleading information may result in disqualification.
  6. Publication-Based Awards (if applicable):
    • If you are submitting for a publication-based award, make sure the nominated publication(s) meet the specified criteria and are directly related to High Energy Physics and Computational Science.
  7. Contact Information:
    • Provide accurate contact information to ensure you can be reached for updates, notifications, and further communication related to your nomination.
  8. Proofread and Edit:
    • Carefully proofread and edit your submission for clarity, coherence, and correctness. A well-presented nomination enhances your chances of being recognized.
  9. Highlight Impact and Innovation:
    • Emphasize the real-world impact of your work and any innovative aspects that distinguish your contributions from others.
  10. Recommendation Letters (if applicable):
    • If the nomination process requires recommendation letters or endorsements, ensure that they are provided by reputable sources who can speak to the quality and significance of your work.
  11. Deadline Adherence:
    • Submit your nomination well before the deadline to avoid any last-minute technical issues or delays.
  12. Professional Networking:
    • Consider networking with peers and experts in the field of High Energy Physics and Computational Science. Building professional relationships can lead to valuable endorsements and support for your nomination.
  13. Award Ceremony Attendance (if applicable):
    • If you are selected as a winner, make plans to attend the award ceremony or event to receive your recognition and connect with fellow professionals in the field.
  14. Learn from Past Winners:
    • Study the profiles and submissions of past award winners to understand what made their nominations successful.
  15. Seek Feedback:
    • If your nomination is not successful, consider seeking feedback from the award organizers or evaluators to improve your future nominations.