2016 AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCED:
Congratulations to the 2016 Society award winners!! Bios and photos of the 2016 winners will be posted on the awards webpages over the next few months and the awardees will be featured in the September 2016 issue of the Bulletin.
The awards will be presented October 24 at the ACerS Honors and Awards Banquet at MS&T 2016 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Be sure to purchase your banquet tickets before the MS&T meeting.
NOMINATION DEADLINES FOR 2017 AWARDS:
Award nomination deadlines for the 2017 awards is January 15, 2017.
2017 CLASS OF FELLOWS:
Note that the deadline for the 2017 Class of Fellows is September 1, 2016. Late nominations are not accepted.
Division, Section, and Class members should check below or with their respective groups to determine award nomination deadlines since a few of them are still open.
Basic Science Division: Ceramographic Competition and Roland B. Snow Award
The Snow award is presented to the Best of Show winner of the Ceramographic Competition, an annual poster exhibit to promote the use of microscopy and microanalysis as tools in the scientific investigation of ceramic materials. The competition is held during the Annual Meeting combined with MS&T.Read More
Basic Science Division: Ceramographic Competition and Roland B. Snow Award Winners 2016
Basic Science Division: Graduate Excellence in Materials Science (GEMS) Awards
The Basic Science Division of The American Ceramic Society announces the Annual Graduate Excellence in Materials Science (GEMS) awards to recognize the outstanding achievements of graduate students in Materials Science and Engineering. The award is open to all graduate students who are making an oral presentation in any symposium or session at MS&T.Read More
Basic Science Division: Graduate Excellence in Materials Science (GEMS) Awards Winners 2016
Basic Science Division: Robert B. Sosman Award and Lecture
The Robert B. Sosman Award is the highest recognition of scientific accomplishment given by the Basic Science Division and is given in recognition of outstanding achievement in basic science of an area that results in a significant impact to the field of ceramics. The lecture is given each year by the awardee who has been deemed by the award committee to have made the most significant contribution to the field of ceramics.Read More
Basic Science Division: Robert B. Sosman Award and Lecture Winners 2016
Cements Division: S. Brunauer Award
The Brunauer Award is awarded annually to the author(s) of the best refereed paper on cements published during the previous calendar year in the Bulletin or the Journal of the American Ceramic Society. Eligible papers must be nominated by a Fellow of the Society who is a member of the Cements Division. Self-nominations are not permitted. The winner(s) will receive a certificate at the Cements Division Business Meeting.Read More
Cements Division: S. Brunauer Award Winners 2016
Cements Division: L.E. Copeland Award
The Copeland award is presented to an individual in recognition of outstanding contributions to the development and understanding of cement and concrete science. The award will be presented whenever the Copeland Award Committee feels that there is a suitable candidate.Read More
Cements Division: L.E. Copeland Award Winners 2016
Cements Division: Della Roy Lecture
The Della Roy Lecturer is selected by consensus of the division executive committee in consultation with Elsevier Science, who sponsors the lecture. The person selected does not need to be a member of ACerS or the Cements Division.Read More
Cements Division: Della Roy Lecture Winners 2016
Electronics Division: Edward C. Henry Award
The Edward C. Henry Award is given annually to an outstanding paper reporting original work in the Journal of the American Ceramic Society or the Bulletin during the previous calendar year on a subject related to electronic ceramics.Read More
Electronics Division: Edward C. Henry Award Winners 2016
Electronics Division: Lewis C. Hoffman Scholarship
The Electronics Division invites applications for the Lewis C. Hoffman Scholarship. The purpose of the $2,000 tuition award is to encourage academic interest and excellence among undergraduate students in the area of ceramics/materials science and engineering.Read More
Electronics Division: Lewis C. Hoffman Scholarship Winners 2016
Electronics Division: Student Presentation Awards
Each year at the Electronic Materials and Applications (EMA) meeting, the Electronics Division presents best student presentation awards in two categories: best oral presentations and best poster presentations. First, second and third place awards are presented in each category.Read More
Electronics Division: Student Presentation Awards Winners 2016
Engineering Ceramics Division: Best Paper and Poster Awards
Each year, ECD selects best papers and best posters from the papers and posters that are presented at the annual Daytona Beach Conference.Read More
Engineering Ceramics Division: Best Paper and Poster Awards Winners 2016