Required: Applicant must attend and register for the International Conference on Food Properties (ICFP). ICFP chair forms award committee for the ICFP conference.
Young Scientist Award (Innovative Paper)
Author(s) from the outstanding paper(s) are awarded as young scientist in the innovative paper categories. The selection criteria depend on the scientific merits of the paper submitted in the ICFP conference. The applicant must have age lower than 40 years. Applicants should apply to the ICFP-Chair with complete manuscripts and a copy of their CV.
Young Scientist Award (Innovation Research in Career)
Participant(s) of ICFP performed significant innovation in his research career. Impacts of his research, such as h-index, citations and journal impact factors will also be considered. The applicant must have age lower than 45 years. Applicants should apply to the ICFP-Chair with a copy of their CV. The CV should include Google Scholar and SCOPUS h-index and total citations and JCR impact factors of the journals he published.
Young Educator Award
Participant(s) of ICFP performed significant innovation in teaching, such as teaching method, textbook, video and case studies for students. The applicant must have age lower than 40 years. Applicant must submit an evidence of achievement.
Best Paper in Track
Numbers of excellent papers submitted in the conference are awarded from each track of food properties categories.
Best Student Paper Award
Numbers of excellent papers submitted in the conference by the students are awarded. Students must apply to the chair with a copy of his/or her complete paper.
Best Support ICFP Award
Participant(s) providing strong support for making ICFP as success will be awarded as “Best Support ICFP Award”.
Best Photographer Award
Participants capturing the best evidence taken by their camera are awarded. Each participants could submit two photos for consideration. This award could be announced in the following ICFP conference.
ICFP Mentoring Scheme
ICFP has launched a mentoring scheme for potential academic writers in the area of food properties. The scheme is competitive and we are accepting 2 participants to work with us to develop their research into a publishable manuscripts. The candidates should be at the final stage of doctoral study and should apply to the ICFP chair with an abstract for a proposed article and a short CV.
The selection will depend on the innovative idea. We will be working with the successful candidates over a 6-12 months period and will guide: (1) how quality writing is essential for communicating quality ideas, (2) understanding review process, (3) build confidence and resilience for their future publications, (4) post-publication metrics, such as article views, downloads, h-index, and citations.
The names of the successful applicants will be announced in the conference and social media. Their articles and books once published will be announced in the ICFP conference. In time we hope that entry into ICFP mentoring scheme will become a mark of esteem for early-career authors in the food properties.
In addition, young faculty members and scientists could also apply in the mentoring program. However, candidate should write maximum of one page indicating why he is interested in the mentoring program and what benefits he is expecting, such concepts or ideas generations, publications of scientific papers and books, and involvement in other intellectual activities.