Leslie Holliday Prize
The Leslie Holliday Prize is presented in recognition of significant or technological contribution relating to any type of composite material.
The winner will receive a certificate and £450.00
2022 Dr Sue Halliwell, 2021 Dr Faye Smith CEng FIMMM
2001 - 2020
2020 A Long, 2019 R Martin, 2017 T McGrail, 2016 I Partridge, 2015 D Hull, 2014 A Kelly, 2013 E Ghavam-Shahidi, 2012 M Wisnom, 2011 R Young, 2010 Prof P Curtis, 2009 Prof James Quinn, 2008 Ken Forsdyke, 2007 Prof Paul Hogg, 2006 G Sims, 2005 Prof F R Jones, 2004 Not awarded, 2003 Prof C D Rudd, 2002 Prod F L Matthews, 2001 Prof A G Gibson
1984 - 2000
2000 F N Cogswell, 1999 Prof B Harris, 1998 M G Bader, 1997 Dr G A Jubb, 1995 Dr J G P Binner, 1994 Dr C M Friend, 1993 Dr K E Evans, 1992 K L Scrivener, 1991 T W Clyne, 1990 V Randle, 1986 G A D Briggs, 1985 G Jeronimidis, 1984 A G Cullis
About Leslie Holliday FRS
Leslie Holliday was a consultant, Associate Professor of Polymer Science & Technology at Brunel University.
Past appointments include Director, Carrington Plastics Lab, Shell Reeach Ltd; Manager Technology Department, Shell Chemical Co; Chief Technologist, Shell Haven Refinery.
Source: Who is Who of British Engineers 1970-71 p.303
The following information is required to submit a nomination:
- Nominee's title, full name, email address, IOM3 member grade (if applicable) and postnominals, company and position
- Citation (500 words max) to support your nomination
- Additional documentation (i.e. letters of support, CV, list of publications) to further support your nomination
- Details of an external (third) referee (only if the nominee and nominator are from the same organisation).
Please note you may save your nomination as a draft at any point during the process and complete at a later date.