Kalev Pugi Award

Established 2002

The Kalev Pugi Award acknowledges exceptional achievements in research and development by an individual or team, which is of benefit to Canada. The technical excellence can be developed in a university, industrial setting or a research institution in Canada.

The Award's focus covers not only products and processes in traditional chemical companies focusing on chemical manufacture and distribution, but also products and processes for industries such as biotechnology, coatings, crop protection, environmental services, fertilizer, food, mining/metal extraction, oil /gas, pharmaceuticals, plastics, pulp & paper and synthetic fibres.

Award Information

Lecture Details

The Kalev Pugi Award is normally presented at the annual SCI Canada Awards Dinner, typically held in early April, where the winner will be expected to attend and deliver a short acceptance speech. The winner may be invited to present a lecture at this event and will also receive a plaque.

The 2020 winner of the Kalev Pugi Award is: Prof Jamal Chaouki; École Polytechnique de Montréal

Eligibility Criteria

    Background
    • Individual or team for specific research and development projects that have been performed during the previous 10-15 years
    • Embody Pugi's own qualities of creativity and determination, good experimental design and project management
    • Significant beneficial impact on the sponsoring company or institution, or on society as a whole
    • SCI membership is not a prerequisite for receiving this award
    Career Stage
    • Mid - late career
    Areas
    • Research and Development
    • Canada

Timetable

Frequency Annual
Nominations deadline 30 September

Additional Information

Code of Ethics for Members

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