Council Medal

Who is it awarded to?

The Council medal is awarded to an individual who has given exceptional service on an IChemE special project.

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How is the winner decided?

Nominations are put forward to the Medals and Prizes Committee by Council members, Special Interest Group and Member Group chairs. The final decision rests with the Medals and Prizes Committee.

How do I enter or nominate somebody?

Nominations, including a brief outline on the reasons for nomination, need to be put forward via your Member Group chair or the chair of the Special Interest Group you are a member of. Members without a representative should send their nomination to:

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When is the deadline?

31 October 2017

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2016 medal winner

Rob Best
In recognition of his exceptional service over a significant period of time and his leadership in enhancing the IChemE university accreditation process.

2015 medal winner

Edward Daniels
(Shell International, Netherlands)
Recognised for his outstanding endeavours, driving forward the development and implementation of IChemE's technical strategy, 'Chemical Engineering Matters', which now sits at the heart of everything that IChemE does.

2014 medal winner

Dr Ken Morison (F)
(Canterbury University, New Zealand)
For his dedicated work as editor in chief of Food and Bioproducts Processing journal and significant input into journals contract review

2013 medal winner

Mr David H Platts (F)
(Platts Drievap Engineering Ltd)
In recognition of his excellent work as Chairman of SCENZ-IChemE in New Zealand Board from 2011-2013 and his continuing energetic personal input to IChemE and the profession in New Zealand.

2012 medal winner

Professor David C Shallcross (F)
(University of Melbourne, Australia)
In recognition of his work as Qualifications Vice President and in particular the successful implementation of the Shallcross Review of membership and membership processes.

2011 medal winner

Mr Paul R Ellis (F)
(Schaefer Kalk (M) Sd Bhd, Malaysia)
For his excellent work in connection with the Hazards AP Conference.

2010 medal winners

Two separate awards were made in 2010

Dr Paul Haigh (F)
For his sterling work in connection with the Nuclear Technology Special Interest Group.

Dr Max J Kennedy (F)
(FRST, New Zealand)
For his sterling work in connection with SCENZ-IChemE in New Zealand.


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