The European Ceramic Society
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:
1st ECerS (1989), Maastricht (Nl)
2nd ECerS (1991), Augsburg (Ge)
Salvatore de Aza
3rd EcerS (1993), Madrid (Sp)
4th EcerS (1995), Riccione (It)
5th ECerS (1997), Versailles (Fr)
6th ECerS (1999), Brighton (UK)
7th ECerS (2001), Bruges (Be)
8th ECerS (2003), Istanbul (Tu)
9th ECerS (2005), Portoroz, (Sl)
10th ECerS (2007), Berlin (Ge)
11th ECerS (2009), Krakow (PL)
12th ECerS (2011), Stockholm (SE)
13th ECerS (2013), Limoges (FR)
14th ECerS (2015), Toledo (ES)
15th ECerS (2017), Budapest (HU)
16th ECerS (2019), Torino (IT)
How to get JECS Trust funding for your ceramics research in Europe
Check the recording of the last YCN Webinar to know how to apply to get JECS Trust funding for your ceramics research in Europe, presented by Jon Binner, Chair of the JECS Trust.
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