The European Ceramic Society

Fellowship

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:

Austria

Austria

Czech Republic

Czech Republic

Karel Maca - 2019

Zdenek Chlup - 2023

Denmark

Denmark

Yuanzheng Yue - 2023

Finland

Finland

Tapio Mantyla - 2013

France

France

Jean-François Baumard - 2013

Thierry Chartier - 2015

Jérôme Chevalier - 2017

Catherine Elissalde - 2019

Gilbert Fantozzi - 2013

Anne Leriche - 2013

Pascal Marchet - 2019

Jacques Poirier - 2021

Fabrice Rossignol - 2021

Agnès Smith - 2015

David Smith - 2017

Helen Reveron - 2023

Jean-Marc Heintz - 2023

Sophie Guillemet - 2023

Germany

Germany

Christos Aneziris - 2017

Aldo Boccaccini - 2019

Peter Greil - 2015

Olivier Guillon - 2021

Juergen Heinrich - 2013

Mathias Herrmann - 2019

Walter Krenkel - 2019

Alexander Michaelis - 2017

Ralf Riedel - 2013

Andreas Roosen - 2017

Wilhelm Siemen - 2013

Moritz von Witzleben - 2021

Hungary

Hungary

Ireland

Ireland

Stuart Hampshire - 2013

Michael J. Pomeroy † - 2017

Italy

Italy

Alida Bellosi - 2013

Vincenzo Buscaglia - 2021

Paolo Colombo - 2017

Michele Dondi - 2017

Laura Montanaro - 2017

Paola Palmero - 2021

Laura Silvestroni - 2021

Enrico Traversa - 2015

Paolo Zannini - 2013

Vincenzo M Sglavo - 2023

Diletta Sciti - 2023

The Netherlands

The Netherlands

Louis Winnubst - 2013

Poland

Poland

Romania

Romania

Adrian Volceanov - 2013

Adelina Ianculescu - 2023

Slovenia

Slovenia

Tomaž Kosmac † - 2013

Barbara Malic - 2019

Danilo Suvorov - 2013
 

Slovak Republic

Slovak Republic

Sweden

Sweden

Lennart Bergstrom - 2013

Elis Carlström - 2013

James Shen † - 2013

Switzerland

Switzerland

Paul Bowen - 2013

Turkey

Turkey

Hasan Mandal - 2013

United Kingdom

United Kingdom

Jon Binner - 2013

Robert Freer - 2017

Roger Morrell- 2019

Michael J. Reece - 2019

Richard Todd - 2013

Luc Vandeperre † - 2021

Julie Yeomans- 2015

Ian Reaney - 2023

Honorary Fellows of ECerS:

Australia

Australia

Mike Swain - 2017

Brasil

Brasil

China

China

Zhengyi Fu - 2021

Jingyang Wang - 2023

India

India

Japan

Japan

Tatsuki Ohji - 2019

Yukio Sakabe - 2017

Yoshio Sakka - 2017

Korea

Korea

Taiwan

Taiwan

Distinguished Fellows of ECerS:

The Netherlands

The Netherlands

Rudi Metselaar - 2017

United Kingdom

United Kingdom

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, in 2019 in Torino, Italy, in 2022 in Krakow, Poland and in 2023 in Lyon, France.

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