Name of Award
Best Presentation Award at the 71st Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry
The organizing committee of the 71st Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry awards young scientists that deliver outstanding presentations during the conference.
Applicants should be MSSJ members under 35 years old as of April 1, 2023.
The winners of the Best Presentation Award are requested to submit an “Extended Abstract" (detailed abstract of the main proceedings, 2 pages in A4 size) to the Journal of the Mass Spectrometry Society of Japan (JMSSJ).
Since the review is carried out for the poster presentation, the oral presenter also needs to prepare a poster presentation.
- Originality and future potential of the research (50% of the total points) High novelty and originality of the purpose of the research and originality are clearly stated. The research is useful and has good future potential. Interpretation and discussion of the results are scientific, logical, and thought-provoking.
- Accuracy of presentation and clarity of expression (50% of the total points)
It is possible to understand the main points immediately without listening to the explanation.
Text and figures are of appropriate size and can be easily understood from a certain distance.
Not too much information is presented.
Terminology is correctly used.
The presenter's explanations and answers to questions are concise and easy to understand, and the explanation time is adequate.
Consideration is given to the general audience other than the person to whom the presentation is addressed.
The awards ceremony will be held from 4:00 p.m. on May 17 (Wed.), the last day of the symposium, in Room A.
All entrants are required to attend the ceremony.