EMU Research Excellence Medal

The annually awarded silver medal is for young scientists (not older than 40 years) who made significant contributions to research and who are active in strengthening European scientific links.

The EMU Medal Committee calls upon the member societies and all European mineralogists for nominations.

The award ceremony is held before the medal talk given during an international meeting of relevance to Mineralogical Sciences selected according to the winner’s expertise. EMU will provide partial support for the travel expenses.

The EMU Medal Committee calls upon the member societies and all European mineralogists for nominations.

Medallist Committee

Chair Max Wilke (Potsdam, Germany)
Members Clare Warren (Milton Keynes, England)
Encarnación Ruiz Agudo (Granada, Spain)

The call for nominations for the 2019 recipient will be announced in fall 2018. Please contact Max Wilke if you should have questions.

Medallists

1995 Christian Chopin and Philippe Gillet
1996 Alan B. Woodland
1997 Simon A.T. Redfern
1998 Ross John Angel
1999 Alessandro Pavese and Mihály Pósfai
2000 Leonid Dubrovinsky and Björn Winkler
2001 Stefano Poli
2002 John P. Brodholt and Sergey V. Krivovichev
2003 Eugen Libowitzky
2004 Martin Kunz
2005 David Dobson
2006 Luca Bindi and Bruno Lanson
2007 Artem R. Oganov
2008 Anders Meibom
2009 Max Wilke
2010 Fabrizio Nestola
2011 Sébastien Merkel
2012 Richard Harrison
2013 Diego Gatta and Razvan Caracas
2014 Encarnación Ruiz-Agudo
2015 István Kovács
2016 Sylvie Demouchy
2017 Marc Blanchard
2018 Katharina Marquardt