The two Moulton Medals are awarded to the authors of the best paper of a mature nature and the best by an author who has graduated within the last 10 years published by the Institution during the year.
Lord Moulton is associated with the development of chemical engineering during the 1914-18 war when he took charge of explosives supply.
Who is it awarded to?
The Senior Moulton Medal is awarded to the author, or authors, of the most meritorious paper published by IChemE during the last year.
The Junior Moulton Medal follows the same criteria but recognises the best author, or co-author, who has graduated within the last 10 years (excluding career breaks) at the time of submission of the paper.
In the award of the Moulton Medals, IChemE is looking to reward papers that are forward-looking in topic areas that will be important in the future, as well as papers on more traditional themes that will appeal to readers who are not experts in the subjects covered.
How is the winner decided?
The Publications Medals Board, examines papers and books published by IChemE during the year. These include papers published in IChemE journals: Chemical Engineering Research and Design; Process Safety and Environmental Protection; Food and Bioproducts Processing; Education for Chemical Engineersand Sustainable Production and Consumption that have been shortlisted by the journals editors-in-chief as well as in the Symposium Series conference proceedings.
The Publications Medals Board recommends the winners to the Medals and Prizes Committee.
How do I nominate somebody?
The Publications Medals Board welcomes nominations. All nominations should be no more than 600 words and be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
When is the deadline?
30 September 2018. Contact email@example.com for more information.
2017 Senior winners
Dr Luke A Connal, Milena Nadgorny and Dr Zeyun Xiao (University of Melbourne, Australia)
2016 Senior winners
Shaofeng Wang, Xibing Li and Deming Wang (Central South University, China)
2015 Senior winners
Dr Feriha M Mukuve and Dr Richard A Fenner (University of Cambridge, UK)
2014 Senior winners
Professor Yehia Khalil, Susanne Opalka and Bruce Laube (United Technologies Research Centre)
2013 Senior winners
Dr Andrea Cipollina; Dr Maria Grazia Di Sparti; Dr Alessandro Tamburini and Dr Giorgio D M Micale (AM) (Universita de Palermo, Italy)
2012 Senior winners
Dr David J Brennan (F), Dr Andrew Hoadley (M), Dr Sarah E Sinclair and Mr Tarrant J Falcke (Monash University, Australia)
2017 Junior winner
Anna Patsioura (Universite; Paris-Saclay, France)
2016 Junior winner
Dr Hui Wang
2015 Junior winners
Charles Cunault (INRA, Villeneuve d'Ascq, France) and Henning Foste (Technische Universitat Braunschweig, Germany)
2014 Junior winners
Dr JA Barish and Prof JM Goddard (University of Massachusetts, USA)
2013 Junior winner
Dr Arnaud FM Bizard (University of Cambridge)
2012 Junior winner
Chandi Patel (University College London)