For innovation in any scientific/technological field.
IOM3 presents a range of Awards, Medals and Prizes to recognise personal achievement. The awards can be presented to individual, organisations or teams, cover a range of IOM3 disciplines and some are open to non-members as well as IOM3 Members.
List of IOM3 Personal Achievement Awards
For outstanding services to the steel industry.
For distinguished research in the field of biomedical materials.
For outstanding services to the rubber industry.
For contributions to the invention, development, design or technical operation of metallurgical plant.
To a student or early career member who has demonstrated excellence in professional development.
For outstanding contribution to the Packaging community on a global basis.
For outstanding services to the international minerals industry.
For significant contribution to the industrial application of materials.
For distinguished work that has made or is making a notable contribution to any branch of materials science.
For professional contribution of significant influence on the engineering application of components made from alloys in the metallurgical industries.
For distinguished work to metallurgical practice, process/product development, metallurgical understanding or design engineering application of steel.
For outstanding service to the rubber industry.
To established researchers and materials engineers in the field of titanium.
For distinguished achievements on phase relationships in metallic/non-metallic materials of metallurgical interest.
For notable contribution to the development of the Institute internationally.
In recognition of outstanding workplace contribution of a Technician or Incorporated Engineer member.
In recognition of contributions enhancing the understanding of materials processing or component production using particulate materials.
For outstanding contribution to the science and/or technology of casting and solidification of metals.
For contribution in the scientific understanding of materials chemistry in industrial production of inorganic materials.
In recognition of significant or technological contribution relating to composite materials.
For conspicuous contribution to the art, science and practice of the mining industry.
In recognition of significant contribution to and/or promotion of equality, Diversity and inclusion in IOM3, and the wider materials, minerals and mining communities.
In recognition of outstanding contributions to materials science, technology and industry.
For polymers in the service of mankind.
For outstanding and sustained commitment to outreach activity in Materials Science and Technology targeted at 11-19 students.
In recognition of distinguished achievement in any branch of materials science.
For outstanding contribution to the development or innovative use of materials for automotive applications.
In recognition of meritorious service in manufacture and technology within the traditional ceramics industry.
In recognition of outstanding contribution to a field of interest within the materials, minerals and mining sector.
For sustained and outstanding contributions to the Institute and its technical activities.
For contribution made to enhancing students' scientific/technological literacy.
For distinguished work on the technical, processing, manufacturing or engineering application of alloy steels.
For outstanding contribution to the advancement and knowledge of science, engineering or technology of plastics.
In recognition of services to the profession or to the Institute, its objectives and organisation over a period of not less than 20 years.
In recognition of scientific or technological contribution to the production or secondary processing of any ferrous alloy.
To a speaker invited to present at an Institute conference or other specially convened meeting.
In recognition of excellence and outstanding contribution in surface engineering.
In recognition of contribution to microstructure, mechanical properties, fabricability or in-service performance, production or engineering in the iron and steel industry.
In recognition of distinguished contributions to ceramics including refractories.