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Eni Award 2013

Eni Award 2013

The Eni Award was officially established in July 2007 in order to develop innovative ideas for a better use of energy sources, promote environmental research and to valorize new generations of researchers.
The award is launched annually and has an established and prestigious network of researchers in the field of energy and the environment.
Its target is to monitor and promote the best research and the best scientists in the world in the field of energy, with the ambition to become a sort of Nobel Prize for Energy.

 

 

Eni Award has four distinct prizes:

• New Frontiers of Hydrocarbons;
• Renewable and Non-conventional Energy;
• Protection of the Environment;
• Debut in Research (2 prizes).

Three other awards will be given for Eni Innovation with the aim of encouraging and rewarding innovative and applied research in the fields of energy and the environment developed within Eni.

The 2013 winners are:

New Frontiers of Hydrocarbon – Downstream Section
Rajamani Krishna - University of Amsterdam (NL)
Improving Process Technologies with Molecular Insights

New Frontiers of Hydrocarbon – Upstream Section
Philip G. Jessop - Queen's University (CA)
CO2-Triggered Control of Oil/Water Mixtures

Renewable Energy Section
Frances Arnold - California Institute of Technology (USA)
Directed Evolution of Enzymes and Pathways for Renewable Fuels and Chemicals Protection of the Environment Section

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Renewable Energy Section
James Liao - University of California (USA)
Synthesis of isobutanol and other higher alcohols as biofuels

Protection of the Environment Section
Roberto Danovaro - Università Politecnica delle Marche (I)
Marine viruses play a key role in global climate change and in the functioning of the global oceans

Debut in Research Section
Matteo Cargnello - University of Pennsylvania (tesi discussa presso l’Università di Trieste)
Tailored nanoarchitectures based on transition metals for heterogeneous catalysis
Damiano Genovese - Università di Bologna
Supramolecular approaches towards organized luminescent nanostructures for sensing, labeling and imaging applications

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Last updated on 24/06/13