AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE
The SAMPE Delmonte Award for Excellence was established by John Delmonte in 1981. It is intended to encourage outstanding contributions in the field of materials and processes throughout the world; to acknowledge major achievements by honoring distinguished individuals in the field of materials and processes, and disseminate those technical achievements among the members of the materials and processes community.
Application submissions may be completed by an individual or a team responsible for the most significant impact of the achievement or commercialization, or the most significant impact of the material or technology if not yet commercialized. A nominee's primary qualification must be an outstanding contribution to the field of materials and processes. This includes areas of engineering, science, research, and production. The candidate's work will be evaluated based on high technical achievement, benefit to the material and process engineering community and innovative or of breakthrough quality.
CLICK HERE to view the rules, requirements and nomination form for the SAMPE Delmonte Award.
Applications are due on February 15th of each year.
SAMPE Delmonte Award Recipients
1982 Warren M. Jensen, Boeing
1983 Sidney W. Street, HITCO
1984 John P. Tipton, General Electric
1985 Dave Diveche, Naval Surface Weapons Center
Hatso Imide, Case Western Reserve
Leo Windecker, U.P. Research
Bill Long and Helen Moeller, Babcock & Wilcox
1986 Clyde H. Sheppard, Boeing
1987 Roscoe A. Pikes, United Technology Research Center
1988 Alphonsus Pocius, 3M
Carl Zweben, General Electric
Michael Piggott, University of Toronto
1989 Dennis E. Nolen, DuPont
Allied Signal 5-person team: