ORR "EARLY CAREER" AWARD
(Unit of Award: Materials Division (MD))
|Achievement Recognized||Given by the Orr Family through the Materials Division of ASME to recognize early career research excellence in the areas of experimental, computational, or theoretical fatigue, fracture, or creep. Annually at IMECE.|
|Limitations||Any researcher within 7 years of terminal degree working in experimental, computational, or theoretical fatigue, fracture, or creep can be considered for the Materials Division Orr Early Career Award.|
|Nomination Deadline||March 31|
|Form of Award
(May be one or more of the following: Standard certificate, Honorarium, etc ..)
medal and $4000 Honorarium + up to $1000 travel reimburesement
|Frequency of Presentation||Biannual|
|Administrator of Award||Materials Division|
|Recipients Selected By||Materials Division Executive Committee|
Nominations will come from members of the Materials Division Executive Committee, the editor of the Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology, and the Chairs of the ASME Technical Committees or their designees. The nominator must name the proposed young investigator, briefly describe the importance of the work by the early-career investigator, and give the nominee's full contact information to the MD EC Awards Chair. The Chair of the Honors and Awards Committee will present the nominations to the Materials Division Executive Committee for a final vote.
For information on nominations, visit the ASME Unit Award Nominations Page.
*Nominations should be submitted to:
|Past Award Recipients||2012 Award Recipient
Shuman Xia, Georgia Institute of Technology
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For information on how to nominate a candidate, please visit the ASME Unit Awards.
For information on other awards, visit the ASME Honors and Awards.