The European Ceramic Society
Fellows shall be persons of good reputation and who shall have been a member of a national ceramic organization that is affiliated to the European Ceramic Society at least five years continuously at the established nomination deadline date when nominated. They shall prove qualified for elevation to the grade of Fellow by reason of outstanding contributions to the ceramic arts or sciences; through broad and productive scholarship in ceramic science and technology, by conspicuous achievement in ceramic industry or by outstanding service to the Society. Not more than 20 fellows will be awarded on a biennale basis.
Fellows of ECerS:
Robert Danzer - 2019
Karel Maca - 2019
Tapio Mantyla - 2013
Louis Winnubst - 2013
Adrian Volceanov - 2013
Lennart Bergstrom - 2013
Elis Carlström - 2013
James Shen † - 2013
Paul Bowen - 2013
Hasan Mandal - 2013
Honorary Fellows of ECerS:
Mike Swain - 2017
Victor Carlos Pandolfelli - 2017
Zhengyi Fu - 2021
Masahiro Yoshimura - 2017
Distinguished Fellows of ECerS:
Rudi Metselaar - 2017
Sir Richard Brook - 2013
Fellowship ceremonies were organised during the ECerS conference and exhibition organised in 2013 in Limoges, France, in 2015 in Toledo, Spain, in 2017 in Budapest, Hungary and in 2019 in Torino, Italy.
2023 European Ceramic Society membership
Being member of the ECerS allows you advantages such as reduced prices to the events organised by ECerS.
ECerS help for Ukrainian Ceramists
In March 2022, the European Ceramic Society and its foundation, the JECS Trust, decided to help the Ukrainian colleagues.
Contact us for any information: firstname.lastname@example.org - We will respond to your inquiry as soon as possible.