Phillips Prize

Comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatograpy, or GC x GC, was invented by the late Professor John Bruce Phillips of Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and his then graduate student, Dr. Zaiyou Liu.  GC x GC has become a focus of international research in the field of chemical separations, and finds extensive application in modern industrial settings.

The Phillips Prize will be awarded every other year to individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the field of GC x GC analysis. Awards will be made by the Prize Committee of the GC x GC Round Robin Group.

The nature of the prize, nomination procedures, eligibility requirements, award procedures, and the composition of the Prize Committee will be posted here following the first organizational meeting of the GC x GC Round Robin Group.

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