Pfeil Award

For published work of particular merit in the field of ceramics.

Pfeil Award

The Pfeil Award is presented annually for published work of particular merit in the field of ceramics.

The winner will receive a certificate and £450.00

Award judging

The Pfeil Award is judged by the Ceramic Science Committee.

Past winners

J Han , J Zhao & Z Shen(2019), M Yu, S Grasso, R McKinnon, T Saunders & M Reece (2018), A Paul, J G P Binner, B Vaidhyanathan, A C J Heatonand & P M Brown (2017), L Cordero-Arias, S Cabanas-Polo, J Gilabert, O M Goudouri, E Sanchez, S Virtanen & A R Boccaccini (2016), M Marangoni, I Ponsot, R Kuusik & E Bernardo (2015), T Bak, J Nowotny, N Sucher & E D Wachsman (2014), R Chaim, R Marder, C Estourne's & Z Shen (2013), A Covill, N C Hyatt, J Hill & N C Collier (2012), M Tyrer, C R Cheeseman, R Greaves, P A Claisse, E Ganjian, M Kay & J Churchman-Davies (2011), E Bernardo, L Esposito, E Rambaldi & A Tucci (2010), R Taylor, I Richardson & R Brydson (2009), L Sheppard & J Nowotny (2008), P Colombo, F Zordan & E Medvedovski (2007), J Nowotny, T Bak, C C Sorrell, M Nowotny, S J L Kang & C Prince (2006), S Wada & T Tsurumi (2005), H R Rezaie, W M Rainforth & W M Lee (2000), R A Farrar & Z Zhang (1997), N Darwich & R Elliott (1996), D T Llewellyn (1995), R Priestner & L Ali (1994), H S Yang, A K Mukherjee & W T Roberts (1993 )

 

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