He is a member of the International Academy of Quantum Molecular Science and Fellow of the Chemical Institute of Canada and the World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists.
What does FCIC stand for?
FCIC stands for Fellow of the Chemical Institute of Canada
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- Football Club Intercommunal du Bocage (French football club)
- Friends of Central Iowa Biking (Ames, IA)
- Functional Capability Integration Board (US Army Officer Candidate School)
- Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Bankers in Scotland (UK)
- Fellow of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers
- Federal Citizen Information Center (formerly Federal Consumer Information Center; Pueblo, CO, USA)
- Federal Computer Investigations Committee
- Federal Consumer Information Center (now the Federal Citizen Information Center)
- Federal Crop Insurance Corporation
- Federation of Consultants from Islamic Countries
- Financial Crime Intelligence Center
- Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (Washington, DC)
- FirstClass Intranet Client
- Florida Crime Information Center
- Foreign Capital Investment Code (UK)
- Franciscan College of Immaculate Conception (Baybay, Island of Leyte, Philippines)
- Furnished by Contractor, Installed by Contractor
- Floor Covering Installation Contractors Association
- Federal Court Interpreter Certification Examination
- Fellow of the College of Intensive Care Medicine
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Philipp was named a Fellow of the Chemical Institute of Canada in 2002 in recognition of his contributions to the advancement of coatings technology.
Nandakumar was elected as Fellow of the Chemical Institute of Canada in 1991 and a Fellow of the Engineering Institute of Canada in 2006.
He also received a Shell Merit Award for his contributions to chemistry education in the Halifax region, He was especially thrilled to be named a Fellow of the Chemical Institute of Canada in 1985.
He received a DSc from Bristol University in 1984, and was elected a Fellow of the Chemical Institute of Canada and the Royal Society of Chemistry (U.