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Petro-Canada Young Innovator Awards Program

Dr. Janet Elliott

Established at the University of Alberta in 1999 by a generous endowment from Petro-Canada, the Petro-Canada Young Innovator Awards Program is designed to recognize and help support the work of outstanding young faculty researchers in the Faculties of Business, Engineering, and Science.

More specifically, these awards recognize, promote, and support outstanding and innovative faculty researchers at the University of Alberta whose academic work positively affects the learning environment of the department in which they work and whose research has potential to be of significance to society at large. The program is intended to articulate the commitment of Petro-Canada and the University of Alberta to support these researchers in the launch of their scholarly careers and enable them to carry their research forward.

Dr. Alidad Amirfazli

Past Petro-Canada Young Innovators include:

2006
Michael Lounsbury, School of Business and NINT

2005
Mohamed Gamal El-Din, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

2004
Alidad Amirfazli, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Subir Bhattacharjee, Department of Mechanical Engineering
John Klassen, Department of Chemistry

2003
Dennis Hall, Department of Chemistry
Biao Huang, Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering
Stan Li, Department of Strategic Management and Organization

2002
Daniel Kwok, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Gregory Goss, Department of Biological Sciences
Al Meldrum, Department of Physics

2001
Phillip Choi, Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering
Julia Foght, Department of Biological Sciences
Rik Tykwinski, Department of Chemistry

2000
Neil Branda, Department of Chemistry
Janet Elliott, Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering
Gerald Haubl, School of Business



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