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Sloan Research Fellows (AAU)

The Sloan Research Fellowships seek to stimulate fundamental research by early-career scientists and scholars of outstanding promise. These two-year fellowships are awarded yearly to 118 researchers in recognition of distinguished performance and a unique potential to make substantial contributions to their field.

Candidates for Sloan Research Fellowships are required to: i) hold a Ph.D. (or equivalent) in chemistry, physics, mathematics, computer science, economics, neuroscience or computational and evolutionary molecular biology, or in a related interdisciplinary field; ii) be members of the regular faculty (i.e., tenure track) of a college or university in the United States or Canada; and iii) be no more than six years from completion of the most recent Ph.D. or equivalent, unless they have held a faculty appointment for less than two years or unless one of the following special circumstances apply: military service, a change of field, or child rearing. If any of the above circumstances do apply, the nomination letter should provide a clear explanation.

While Fellows are expected to be at an early stage of their research careers, there should be strong evidence of independent research accomplishments. Candidates in all fields are normally below the rank of associate professor and do not hold tenure, but these are not strict requirements. The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation welcomes nominations of all candidates who meet the traditional high standards of this program, and strongly encourages the participation of women and members of underrepresented minority groups.

Previous UH Winners:

Vassily Lubchenko, 2011
Assistant Professor
Department of Chemistry
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Olafs Daugulis, 2007
Associate Professor
Department of Chemistry
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Valery Kalatsky, 2005
Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Engineering
Kevin Bassler, 2001
Associate Professor
Department of Physics
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
David Hoffman, 1992
Professor
Department of Chemistry
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
B. Montgomery Pettitt, 1989
Professor
Department of Chemistry
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
John Miller, 1987
Professor
Department of Physics
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Thomas Albright, 1982
Professor
Department of Chemistry
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Donald Kouri, 1972
Professor
Department of Chemistry
Natural Sciences and Mathematics