Each month the Editors select a paper published in that month’s issues via a rigorous nomination and voting procedure. The winning paper is selected from the twelve finalists by a separate panel of distinguished materials scientists.
The authors of the winning paper receive an award of $5,000.
You can read the 2019 finalists papers each month at springer.com.
The 2018 Journal of Materials Science Robert W. Cahn Best Paper Prize (the “Cahn Prize”) went to the August finalists Martin E. Glicksman and Kumar Ankit for their stellar work detailed in their paper “Measuring solid–liquid interfacial energy fields: diffusion-limited patterns.”
Find the 2018 finalist's papers below
Read the Cahn Finalists 2018 FREE below
Jiahao Wu, Shaolong Huang, Zhengyuan Jin, Jiaqi Chen, Liang Hu, Yaojia Long, Jianguo Lu, Shuangchen Ruan, Yu-Jia Zeng
Zhao Zhenfu, Jing Liang, Wu Zhihai, Cheng Jiong, Zhang Miaomiao, Hou Yafei
Luquan Ren, Xueli Zhou, Qingping Liu, Yunhong Liang, Zhengyi Song, Baoyu Zhang, Bingqian Li
Fumiya Mori, Masatoshi Kubouchi,Yoshihiko Arao
Martin E. Glicksman, Kumar Ankit
Guang Yang, Xueyang Liu, Vitali Lipik
Hanna Lee, Mary J. Glasper, Xinda Li, John A. Nychka, Jane Batcheller, Hyun-Joong Chung, Yi Chen
Wanlin Zhu, Wei Luo, Betul Akkopru-Akgun, Michael Lanagan, Clive A. Randall, Susan Trolier-McKinstry
Ho Shin Kim, Thomas J. Oweida, Yaroslava G. Yingling
A Runa, Shuang Feng, Gehui Wen, Fei Feng, Jun Wang, Li Liu, Pengyu Su, Haibin Yang, Wuyou Fu
Fang Xu, Huaiwu Zhang, Lichuan Jin, Yuanxun Li, Jie Li, Gongwen Gan, Miaoqin Wei, Mingming Li, Yulong Liao
Erwin Peng, Xiangxia Wie, Ulf Garbe, Dehong Yu, Brunet Edouard, Aihong Liu, Jun Ding