Grunfeld Memorial Award & Medal

For professional contribution of significant influence on the engineering application of components made from alloys in the metallurgical industries.

Grunfeld Memorial Award & Medal

The Grunfeld Memorial Award & Medal is presented in recognition of professional contribution by an individual in early to mid-career, that has had significant influence on the engineering application of components made from any alloys in the metallurgical industries.

The winner will receive a medal and £750.00

The Institute defines early career as meaning someone who is as of 1 September 2020 (and allows for career breaks, e.g. parental leave):
1. within 10 years of the start of their first employment (or self-employment) in a materials, minerals or mining related role, or
2. within 6 years of completing their PhD (in a relevant subject), whichever is sooner
Note - the 10 years from the start of their first employment would not normally include any apprenticeships (or equivalent training scheme)

Award judging

Nominations for the Grunfeld Memorial Award & Medal are judged by the IOM3 Awards Committee.

Past winners

2019 R Morana, 2018 J Strong, 2017 M R Clinch, 2016 Not awarded, 2015 D Armstrong, 2014 Not awarded, 2013 M Preuss, 2012 Not awarded, 2011 Joseph Robson, 2009 R Vanstone, 2005 D Dye, 2003 P Pragnell, 2001 P Lee, 1999 K L Choy, 1997 C N Elliott, 1996 L Christodoulou, 1995 S Flood, 1994 D G McCartney, 1992 J E King, 1991 B A Rickinson, 1989 A A Howe, 1988 C J Peel.

 

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