Industrial Minerals & Aggregates Young Scientist A

The Young Scientist Award, established by the Industrial Minerals & Aggregates Division in 1985, brings recognition of scientific professionalism to young people working in the industrial minerals & aggregates industry. The award consists of a plaque, a stipend of $250 to help defray expenses while attending the Annual Conference at which the award is presented, and paid housing, registration(s) and ticket(s) for the recipient and his/her spouse at the SME Annual Conference & Expo and the IM&AD Luncheon. The recipient will be encouraged to submit an article within a year of the award presentation for consideration for publication in "In the Aggregate."

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Young Scientist - Past Award Winners

  • 2020 - Tathagata Ghosh
  • 2019 - Raghav M. Dube
  • 2018 - Sarah Gaillard
  • 2017 - Not given
  • 2016 - Not given
  • 2015 - Hyunjung Kim
  • 2014 - Xihui Yin
  • 2013 - Hongjuan Sun
  • 2012 - Vishal Gupta
  • 2011 - Rajesh Raitani
  • 2010 - John (Mike) Randolph
  • 2009 - Abani Samal
  • 2008 - Paula R. Alves
  • 2007 - Aaron M. McMahon
  • 2006 - Jason T. McCuistion
  • 2005 - Michael C. Cheshire
  • 2004 - Ismail Yildirim
  • 2003 - Srinivas Veeramasuneni
  • 2002 - Nathan Earl Robison
  • 2001 - Not given
  • 2000 - Kip J. Smith
  • 1999 - Kurt B. Oakes
  • 1998 - Joel F. Hutwelker
  • 1997 - Jun G. Yuan
  • 1996 - Don D. Eisenhour
  • 1995 - Marc A. Herpfer
  • 1994 - Robert J. Pruett
  • 1993 - Robert J. Piniazkiewicz
  • 1992 - Jessica Elzea Kogel
  • 1992 - Cheryl M. Seeger
  • 1991 - Charles L. Karr
  • 1990 - Thomas Dombrowski
  • 1988 - Daniel T. Eyde
  • 1987 - Todd S. Harris
  • 1985 - Roger D. Sharpe