Our Awards

The Call for nominations FOR 2022 IS NOW CLOSED. THE CALL FOR NOMINATIONS WILL REOPEN IN DECEMBER 2023

Click on the title of each award for information including its description, criteria, and nomination process.
Not all awards are open to general submissions, please consult the list below.


METSOC AWARDS

The MetSoc head office administers these awards.

 

METSOC TECHNICAL SECTION AWARDS

Various sections of MetSoc administer these awards.

 

METSOC scholarships

MetSoc of CIM and its sections offer students scholarship awards. 


METSOC 2022 AWARDS COMMITTEE 

2022 AWARDS CHAIR

Roki Fukuzawa, 2nd VP 

Roki Fukuzawa, 2nd VP

 

COMMITTEE
Chris Pickles, Queen’s University
Dogan Paktunc, CanmetMINING
Erin Bobicki, University of Alberta
Indje Mihaylov, Vale
Joel Kapusta, BBA
Lukas Bichler, University of British Columbia 

VOTING PROCESS

After ensuring that all conditions of the award have been satisfied and that the procedures were followed, the Awards Chair forwards the nomination and its supporting documentation to the MetSoc Awards Committee.

Steps

  1. The awards committee will review the submissions and prepare a short list of candidates for each award.
  2. A teleconference will be held and, if required, prepare a list of questions to be sent back to the original nominators via the selected person from the secretariat. Ie. a person must fill out further endorsements or letters attached.
  3. Before voting takes place the awards committee discusses the various short-listed nominees and answers to any questions.
  4. The nominations are then put to a vote by ballot will of the committee. The ballot must include a “no award” option.


CIM AWARDS

The CIM (parent Society of MetSoc) also offers a recognition program to members.
Please refer to the CIM website for complete details.

 

CMSC AWARDS

These awards are presented at the Canadian Materials Science Conference.
Please refer to the CMSC website for complete details.

METSOC is a constituent society of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM).
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