The InSIS Young Scientist Award is instituted to recognize young scientists from India who has made significant and outstanding contribution to the broad area of Structural Integrity. There will two awards, one for person from academic institutes and the other from either industry or R & D Laboratories. The award carries a cash prize of Rs 50,000, and a citation. Award will be presented to selected candidates during the conference

    Any individual who is under 40 years of age as on June 30, 2018 and working in an academic institute, industry or R & D Laboratory from any part of India

    The InSIS Young Scientist should have made outstanding contributions to the broad area of Structural Integrity. This contribution can be in the form of theory, analysis, applications, education or other ways that advance the broad area of Structural Integrity and benefit the society. The award is meant to recognize the accomplishment of the nominee for work of note over the past 5 years.

    Nominations are invited from any of the following:
    1. Member of InSIS
    2. Head of the Institution of the Nominee, or
    3. Fellows of the Indian Science or Engineering Academies

The nominator should fill out the standard InSIS Young Scientist Award Form and should send this filled form along with the latest CV, and the scanned photograph of the nominee by e-mail to the Prof. S. Gopalakrishnan, Chair of the InSIS award committee, Department of Aerospace Engineering at latest by May 31, 2018