The European Ceramic Society

Stuijts Awards

In memory of Prof. A. Leo Stuijts (1922-1982), who contributed considerably to the development of the science and technology of magneto- and electro-ceramic materials.

This award is given to ceramists belonging to a member country of the Society for outstanding contributions to ceramic science, technology and educational activities or production.

Scientists who received the Stuijts Award:

Richard Brook

Richard Brook

UK

1st ECerS (1989), Maastricht (Nl)

Ton Burggraaf

Ton Burggraaf

The Netherlands

2nd ECerS (1991), Augsburg (Ge)

Salvatore de Aza

Salvatore de Aza

Spain

3rd EcerS (1993), Madrid (Sp)

Hans Hausner

Hans Hausner

Germany

4th EcerS (1995), Riccione (It)

Roman Pampuch

Roman Pampuch

Poland

5th ECerS (1997), Versailles (Fr)

Niels Claussen

Niels Claussen

Germany

6th ECerS (1999), Brighton (UK)

Philippe Boch

Philippe Boch

France

7th ECerS (2001), Bruges (Be)

Rudi Metselaar

Rudi Metselaar

The Netherlands

8th ECerS (2003), Istanbul (Tu)

Hasan Mandal

Hasan Mandal

Turkey

9th ECerS (2005), Portoroz, (Sl)

Stuart Hampshire

Stuart Hampshire

Ireland

10th ECerS (2007), Berlin (Ge)

Gilbert Fantozzi

Gilbert Fantozzi

France

11th ECerS (2009), Krakow (PL)

Francis Cambier

Francis Cambier

Belgium

12th ECerS (2011), Stockholm (SE)

Pavol Sajgalik

Pavol Sajgalik

Slovakia

13th ECerS (2013), Limoges (FR)

Alida Bellosi

Alida Bellosi

Italy

14th ECerS (2015), Toledo (ES)

Anne Leriche

Anne Leriche

France

15th ECerS (2017), Budapest (HU)

Richard Todd

Richard Todd

UK

16th ECerS (2019), Torino (IT)

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