IOM3 Publication Awards
The IOM3 presents a range of awards, medals, and prizes to recognise personal achievement for published work and for contributions to the profession. Awards are presented at special occasions throughout the year, and some of our award winners deliver lectures to which all members are invited.
Awards for published work span the whole field of materials production, processing, structure, properties, applications, and their inter-relationships. They cover scientific and technological aspects of the spectrum of material types including biomaterials and electronic materials. The awards are made for publications of particular merit, in the form of papers, or groups of papers, published by the Institute in journals within a two-year period preceding the year of the awards.
Browse all IOM3 publication prizes below for free access to selected award-winning research.
Adrian Normanton Award - For the best technical paper on the topic of steelmaking, or casting published in Ironmaking and Steelmaking.
Alan Glanville Award - For published work in an Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining journal of particular merit in the field of polymers.
Billiton Award - For the best paper published in Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy.
Composite Award - For published work of particular merit in the field of composites.
Douglas Hay Award - For the best paper published in Mining Technology.
Guy Bengough Award - For a paper published by the Institute that makes an outstanding contribution to the subject of corrosion and degradation of all types of materials and their control.
Mann Redmayne Medal - To a member of IOM3 or AusIMM for the best paper published in IMM Transactions – (A) Mining Technology, (B) Applied Earth Science, or (C) Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy.
Materials Science and Technology Literature Review Prize - A prize conducted by Materials Science and Technology for the best literature review by a PhD student on an innovative topic in materials.
Pfeil Award - For published work of particular merit in the field of ceramics.
Science and Technology of Welding and Joining Best Paper Prize - For the best paper published in Science and Technology of Welding and Joining.