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The European Materials Medal is the most prestigious award of the Federation of European Materials Societies.
This prize is awarded to young European materials scientists or engineers in recognition of a significant contribution to a field of Materials Science and Engineering (supported by Taylor & Francis)
The Federation of European Materials Science Societies (FEMS) bi-annually awards a Materials Innovation Prize (MIP) for distinguished scientists or engineers to recognise outstanding contributions to technological development and innovation based on exceptional contributions in materials science and engineering.
The Federation of European Materials Science Societies (FEMS) bi-annually awards the best Masters thesis in Europe on Materials Science and Engineering, presented in any Academic Institution from the country of any FEMS member Society.
The Awards go to young European materials scientists (aged less than 40 at the time of nomination) who have distinguished themselves by the significance of their work and their ability to communicate effectively whether that be in Industry or Academia
The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS)and the Federation of European Materials Societies (FEMS) established a joint Young Leader International Scholar Program to promote young member activities and strengthen the collaborations between these international societies.
This distinction encourages selected young materials scientists who have contributed significantly to a recently emerging topic of materials science and engineering to lecture throughout Europe as “ambassadors” of the materials community. Lecturers are selected based on the broad significance of their work and their ability to communicate effectively.