The American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV) has announced the 2014 best enology and viticulture paper awards, based on all research articles published in the American Journal of Enology and Viticulture (AJEV) in 2013. The authors will be recognized at the 65th ASEV National Conference on June 23-27, 2014, in Austin, Texas.
The American Society for Enology and Viticulture’s (ASEV) 65th annual National Conference is being held in conjunction with the ASEV Eastern Section’s 39th Annual Meeting from June 23 through 27 at the Hyatt Regency in Austin, Texas. Known for its food and music, Austin offers those attending the conference a taste of the southwestern vibe while meeting with leading researchers, growers and vintners from around the world to discuss current issues and science shaping the industry.
The American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV) has
confirmed Dr. James Kennedy as the 2013-2014 president. Chair of
the Department of Viticulture and Enology at California State
University, Fresno, Kennedy succeeds Leticia Chacón-Rodríguez of
Treasury Wine Estates to lead the ASEV’s 12-member board.
“It is an honor to serve an organization as established as ASEV,”
Kennedy said. “I hope to enhance the legacy of my predecessors,
which directly impacts ASEV’s value to the industry today and in
AJEV is fortunate to welcome two new editors in 2013. Professor
Felipe Laurie, of the Universidad de Talca, Chile, became an
associate editor in chemistry in January 2013. Dr. Eveline
Bartowsky, of the Australian Wine Research Institute, has agreed
to serve as an associate editor in microbiology.
“AJEV welcomes the expertise of these two international
professionals and renowned scholars who will add even more
breadth and depth to our outstanding group of associate editors,”
noted AJEV Science Editor Linda Bisson.
Exceeding last year’s attendance, 600 wine and grape industry
leaders, researchers and other academic representatives from
around the world attended the American Society for Enology and
Viticulture’s (ASEV) 64th National Conference. Hosted last week
in Monterey, California, the conference serves as the national
platform for the wine and grape industry to disseminate current
research reports and present seminars on technology and other
themed topics of importance to the industry.
Distinctive research deserves recognition, and in the field of
enology and viticulture the American Society for Enology and
Viticulture (ASEV) Best Paper Awards are very well regarded.
Based on groundbreaking research from around the world published
in the American Journal of Enology and Viticulture (AJEV), the
Society has designated the 2013 Best
Papers Awards (generously sponsored by J.
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Date: Thursday, June 27 Time: 9:00 am – 10:00 am Location: Monterey Conference Center
The ASEV Merit Award is presented annually to an individual who
has significantly contributed in an outstanding manner to the
progress and advancement of enology and viticulture or to the
Society itself. This award acknowledges excellence in the fields
of education, technology, research, management, public relations
or any discipline related to enology and viticulture.
The American Journal of Enology and Viticulture (AJEV) has confirmed a new
editorial team and announced a significant step in strategic
planning. Susan E. Ebeler, of the University of California,
Davis, has been appointed the enology editor. Peter Cousins, of
E&J Gallo Winery, was confirmed as AJEV’s first viticulture
editor in 2011. Linda Bisson, also of UC Davis, continues as
science editor, but within an enhanced role of directing the
vision of AJEV and expanding the content and features of the
The American Journal of Enology and Viticulture has recently
added two key positions to its editorial team. Susan E. Ebeler,
of the University of California Davis, has been appointed the
enology editor for the Journal. Peter Cousins was appointed to
the new position of viticulture editor in 2011. Linda Bisson,
also of UC Davis, continues as science editor, but within an
enhanced role of directing the strategic vision of AJEV and
expanding the content and features of the online journal.
Leticia Chacón-Rodriguez now heads the American Society for
Enology and Viticulture (ASEV) after being confirmed by the board
as president. As of July 1, she leads the 12-member board to
build on the success of Past President Sara Spayd of North
Carolina State University.
With one of the nation’s lowest levels of investment in research,
the wine industry is seriously jeopardizing its ability to
compete, Dr. Roger Boulton told nearly 500 professionals gathered
here today at the American Society for Enology and Viticulture’s
(ASEV) National Conference.
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