Henry E Armstrong Memorial Lecture

Established 1943

Henry Armstrong, the Society's first Messel Medallist, was a visionary, a pioneer, and a highly respected SCI member. His influence and progressive approach helped shape changing attitudes towards chemistry and contributed to the growth of chemistry's industrial application.

Award Information

Award History

The Henry E Armstrong Memorial Lecture was established in 1943 in honour of Henry E Armstrong. His life's work was centred on chemistry education within engineering schools, and through it he came to be recognised as a founding father of chemical engineering. He played an important part in establishing the former SCI Process Engineering Group.

Nominations

Nominations for the Henry E Armstrong Memorial Lecture can be made by any SCI Member or committee officer. The recipient will be selected by the Awards Committee.

Lecture Details

The winner will be presented with a certificate and will also be expected to give a lecture. The presentation is made at an SCI conference related to the topics covered by the award.

Eligibility Criteria

    Background
    • Authority in a field of process engineering
    Career Stage
    • Mid – Late Career
    Areas
    • Chemical engineering
    • Materials science and engineering
    • Energy efficiency

Timetable

Nominations open TBC
Nominations close TBC
Frequency Next application period to be advised

Additional Information

Code of Ethics for Members

Henry E Armstrong Memorial Lecture - Image credit: Henry Edward Armstrong, D. Hy., M.R.C.S. Wellcome Collection. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)

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