Since ISO14 (Shizuoka), an award is made for the best student oral presentation. The award was funded by the editors of the 'Stereo-Atlas of Ostracod Shells' and named in honour of Professor Peter Sylvester-Bradley, the founder of the journal.
The first recipient was Gengo Tanaka (then of Shizuoka University). Since then the Sylvester-Bradley Award is provided by IRGO and The Micropalaeontological Society together, honoring the best oral and the best poster presentation by a young researchers. As from ISO18 (Santa Barbara) IRGO also issues an award for the best poster of all.
|Anna Jöst||"Deep-sea ostracod diversity and faunal distribution in the sub-polar North Atlantic."||Hong-Kong, China|
|Yuki Fujihara||Yuki Fujihara et al.: "Paleoenvironmental changes in Suwa Bay, Oki Islands, Japan during Holocene recorded by ostracod assemblages"||Matsue, Japan|
(best of all)
|Toshiaki Irizuki||Toshiaki Irizuki et al.:" Temporal changes of the southwestern Japanese ostracod faunas with relation to the Miocene formation and development of the Sea of Japan"||Matsue, Japan|
|2013||Rome||oral||Yuanyuan Hong||Hong & Yasuhara: "Shallow marine ecological degradation in Hong Kong: a palaeoecological approach using ostracods”.||Hong-Kong, China|
|poster||Josep Antoni Aguilar-Alberola||Aguilar-Alberola & Mesquita-Joanes: "The hatching process in Cyprididae ostracods: morphology and function of the A-9 stage"||Barcelona, Spain|
|poster||Josep Antoni Aguilar-Alberola||Barcelona, Spain|
|2005||Berlin||oral||Shinnosuke Yamada||Shizuoka, Japan|
|oral||Simone Brandao||Hamburg, Germany|
|poster||Shimpei Hiruta||Hokkaido, Japan|
|2001||Shizuoka||oral||Gengo Tanaka||Shizuoka, Japan|