The Hebden Medal is given for outstanding services by an individual in the field of gasification research, development and commercialisation, including bio-gasification which is growing in importance. Dr Dennis Hebden was a leading figure in the development and commercial realisation of technologies for British Gas.
The Hebden Medal is awarded by the Clean Energy Special Interest Group.
Who is it awarded to?
The Hebden Medal is awarded to an individual who has demonstrated outstanding services in the field of gasification research, development or commercialisation. This award is presented from time to time as suitable candidates are identified.
How is the winner decided?
The recipient is decided by the IChemE Medals and Prizes Committee on the recommendation of the IChemE Clean Energy Special Interest Group and usually presented at their AGM.
How do I nominate somebody?
If you are a member of the Clean Energy Special Interest Group you will be asked to submit nominations. Non Special Interest Group members should send nominations of no more than 600 words to: email@example.com
When is the deadline?
Deadline for nominations is 31 October 2018.
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2015 medal winners
John Griffiths and David J White