Davis Medal

The Davis Medal honours George E. Davis - the founding father of the profession.

The Davis Medal is awarded to an eminent individual who has rendered service to chemical engineering. It is given not more frequently than every three years. The last person to be awarded the medal was Professor Roland Clift CBE in 2016.

The Medals & Prizes Committee select the recipient of the Davis Medal.

How to nominate

Not applicable.

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Medal winners
  • 2016 — R Clift CBE
  • 2011 — A Liveris
  • 2004 — Sir D King
  • 2001 — Sir D Harrison
  • 1998 — I Robinson
  • 1991 — J Villermaux
  • 1988 — Sir G Allen
  • 1982 — Sir M Hodgson
  • 1977 — Sir D Rooke
  • 1973 — J M Coulson
  • 1969 — F E Ireland
  • 1965 — A J V Underwood