Hadfield Medal & Prize

For distinguished work to metallurgical practice, process/product development, metallurgical understanding or design engineering application of steel.

Hadfield Medal & Prize

The Hadfield Medal & Prize is presented in recognition of distinguished work in relation to metallurgical practice, process development, product development, metallurgical understanding or design engineering application of all types of steel. Can also be awarded in recognition of a exceptional contribution to operational or business management within the steel industry and its value chain.

The winner will receive a medal and £300.00

Award judging

Nominations for the Hadfield Medal & Prize are judged by the IOM3 Iron & Steel Society.

Past winners

2020 S Carey, 2019 C Davis, 2018 J Jaiswal, 2017 J Beswick, 2017 J Ferriman, 2016 J Beeley, 2015 D Worsley, 2014 L Brimacombe, 2013 D Howarth, 2012 M Gray, 2011 I Craig, 2010 C Priday, 2009 M Boul, 2008 R B Smith, 2007 J W Marshall, 2006 R Alderice, 2005 D J Naylor, 2004 J Herbertson, 2003 R W Welburn, 2002 A L Vickers, 2001 I G Davies, 2000 T J Pike, 1999 A Normanton, 1998 A L Benjey, 1997 P Nilles, 1996 R N Younger, 1995 T B Gibbons, 1994 M J May, 1993 I Earnshaw, 1992 P G Partridge, 1991 A Nicholson, 1990 P D Allen, 1989 J E Restall & W B Morrison, 1988 G B Brook, 1987 R Baker and G D Spenceley, 1985 S W K Shaw, 1983 G Hoyle.

 

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