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Electrochemistry Division Medals
RACI Electrochemistry Medals are periodically awarded at Meetings of the Divison. Nominations should be sent to the EDRACI Secretary.
The Bruno Breyer Medal
The Breyer Medal and Lecture commemorates the late Dr Bruno Breyer, who was born in Czechoslovakia, educated in Germany, and later became a pioneer of AC polarography in Australia. The medal is awarded for internationally-recognized contributions in the field of electrochemistry. Past recipients include G.J. Hills, J.O'M. Bockris, F.T. Bacon, R. Parsons, A.J. Bard, M. Fleischmann, Heinz Gerischer, H.A.O. Hill, Royce Murray, Frank Walsh, Alan MacDiarmid, Jean-Michel Saveant, Richard Compton, and Joseph Wang. Nominations should provide an assessment of the nominee's work and list relevant publications. The nominee must consent in writing to the nomination. The Committee reserves the right not to make an award.
The R.H. Stokes Medal
The R.H. Stokes Medal is awarded for distinguished research in the field of electrochemistry carried out mainly in Australasia. Past recipients include R.H. Stokes, R. Mills, R. Woods, Alan M. Bond, B. Welch, I.M. Ritchie, Stephen Fletcher, Gordon Wallace, David Rand, Sam Adeloju, and Justin Gooding. Nominations should provide an assessment of the nominee's work and list relevant publications. The nominee must consent in writing to the nomination. The Committee reserves the right not to make an award.
The Alan Bond Medal
The Bond Medal is awarded for excellence by a young reseracher. First awarded in 2012, the inaugral medallist is Dr Jie Zhang of Monash University. The nominee must consent in writing to the nomination. The Committee reserves the right not to make an award.
The Bloom-Gutmann Prize
The Bloom-Gutmann Prize, which honours the founders of the Electrochemistry Division of the RACI, the late Professor Harry Bloom and Dr Felix Gutmann, is awarded to the best student presentation at the Australasian Electrochemistry Conference. The prize was first awarded in 1978. The award is an inscribed medal and a cheque for $100. Selection will be made by a sub-committee of the Division who will have opportunity to talk to the candidates and assess their contributions during the conference.
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