Royal Charter Prize

To the best Materials graduate on an accredited course, regardless of discipline

Royal Charter Prize

The Royal Charter Prize is presented to the best Materials graduate on an accredited course, regardless of discipline.

About the Prize

The Royal Charter Prize was founded by the Metals Society to mark the grant of the Royal Charter to the Institution of Metallurgists in 1975. 

Past winners

2019
Tomasz Zalewski, Sheffield Hallam University

2018
Adaeze Siwoniku, Queen Mary, University of London.

2017
Georgia Fraser, Loughborough University

2016
Matthew Way, University of Sheffield

2015
Sioned Llewelyn, University of Birmingham

2014
Daryl Yee, Imperial College London

2013
Luke Hanna, University of Oxford

2012
Ieuan Seymour, Imperial College London

2011
Edward Pickering, University of Cambridge

2010
Rowan Leary, University of Leeds

2009
Grace Smalley, Loughborough University

2008
Sonya Pemberton, University of Cambridge

2007
Faye Bygrave, University of Leeds

2006
Marc Artstall, University of Birmingham

2005
Abhyuday Kaushal, Sheffield University

2004
Eleanor Merson, Leeds University

2003
Huw Smithson, Cambridge University

2002
Jane Varley, Loughborough University

2001
Michael Lovis, Birmingham University

2000
Gillian Bell, Surrey University

1999
Daniel Sims, Sheffield University

1998
Kay Fisher, Sheffield University

1997
Neil Thompson, Imperial College London

Prize Judges

The prize is judged by a panel of 3 judges.