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Carl Hanson Medal


Established 1986

The Carl Hanson Medal is awarded jointly by SCI and DECHEMA, based in Germany. It is presented during the International Solvent Extraction Conference, an event now held every three years which is attended by scientists, engineers, operators and vendors. Read more on Carl Hanson.

The medal is seen as a life-time award to recognise scientists and engineers working in the general field of solvent extraction science and technology and is administered on behalf of SCI and DECHEMA by the International Committee for Solvent Extraction.

Nominated by: Open

Eligibility: Authority of Solvent Extraction

Application: Nominations shall be in writing and must consist of the following documents:

  • A nomination letter not to exceed 1000 words
  • Two additional letter supporting the nomination not to exceed 1000 words
  • A summary of no more than three (3) pages outlining the nominee’s career, achievements and contributions to solvent extraction
  • A list of publications
  • Three pdf-copies of the most important contributions in the field authored by the nominee.

Description of Award: Bronze Medal and certificate

Presented at: International Solvent Extraction Conference

Frequency: Triennial

Selected by: The International Committee for Solvent Extraction

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