ESIS confers every two years the following awards:
– The Griffith Medal
– The Wöhler Medal
– The Award of Merit
– Honorary Membership
– ESIS Fellowship
– The Young Scientist Award
Griffith Medal, Wöhler Medal, The Award of Merit, Honorary Membership: nomination procedures
Every ESIS member can submit a proposal to the Awards Committee Chairman; the proposal has to be seconded by another member, however, from a country other than that of the proposer (and both should be from a different country than that of the candidate). The proposal shall include a detailed justification of the candidate, usually covering one to two pages. It shall also include a detailed CV of the candidate and a list of his/her five most important publications. Deadline for submitting a proposal will be December 20th, 2019. Details about the nominations procedure are available in the ESIS Website.
ESIS Fellowship: nomination procedures
Every ESIS member can submit a proposal to the Fellowship Committee Chairman. Deadline for submitting a proposal will be December 20th, 2019. Details about the nominations procedure are available in the ESIS Website.
Young Scientist Award
The Young Scientist Award follows a different procedure: young scientists who are students or PhD who received their degree after June 2017 may apply for this award. They should submit their application including the manuscript for the conference and a CV to the conference chairperson. Deadline for submitting the candidacy will be April 20th, 2020.
The Griffith Medal
The Griffith Medal is dedicated to researchers who have performed outstanding research in the area of fracture; this includes classical fracture mechanics, as well as numerical analyses and simulations. For example, the work to be selected could deal with new methods of analysis or experiments, including effects of environment and temperature; or with application of existing methods to new problems, such as novel materials/material systems and others.