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Fray International Sustainability Award

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"For Leadership in developing new technologies that contribute to a global sustainable development in the environment, economy and social points of view"

The recipients of Fray International Sustainability Award in the category of Academics are:

2011 Fray International Sustainability Award, SIPS 2011, Cancun, Mexico:
- Prof. Derek J. Fray, University of Cambridge, UK, for achievements in Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids [Details ]

2013 Fray International Sustainability Award, SIPS 2013 San Diego, California, USA:
- Prof. R. Russell Rhinehart, School of Chemical Engineering, Oklahoma State University, for achievements in Automation [Details ]

2014 Fray International Sustainability Award, SIPS 2014, Cancun, Mexico:
- Prof. Dan Shechtman, 2011 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, Technion Institute of Technology and Iowa State University, for achievements in Quasi Periodic Materials [Details ]
- Prof. John A. Meech, Professor and Director CERM3, The University of British Columbia, Canada, for achievements in Mining [Details ]

2015 Fray International Sustainability Award, SIPS 2015, Antalya, Turkey:
- Prof. Elias Aifantis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece; Michigan Technological University, Houghton, United States, for achievements in Multiscale Material Mechanics and Multi-physics [Details ]
- Prof. Heinrich Wilhelm Gudenau, RWTH Aachen, Germany, for achievements in Iron and Steel Making [Details ]
- Prof. Cyro Takano, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, for achievements in Metals and Alloys Processing [Details ]
- Prof. Ei-ichi Negishi, 2010 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, Purdue University, for Life Time Achievements/Organic Syntheses [Details ]

2016 Fray International Sustainability Award, SIPS 2016, Sanya, China:
- Prof. Jose Carlos D´Abreu, PUC-RIO, Brazil, for achievements in Iron and Steel Making [Details ]
- Prof. Jean-Marie Dubois, CNRS, France, for achievements in Complex Metallic Systems [Details]
- Prof. Harald Arnljot Oye, NTNU, Norway, for achievements in Aluminum Extraction and Processing [Details]
- Prof. Jun-Ichiro Yagi, Tohoku University, Japan, for achievements in Metals and Alloys Processing [Details]

2017 Fray International Sustainability Award, SIPS 2017, Cancun, Mexico:
- Prof. Donna J. Nelson, University of Oklahoma, American Chemical Society President, for achievements in Carbon Nanotube [Details]
- Prof. Harold Dodds, University of Tennessee, United States, for achievements in Energy Production [Details]
- Prof. Fernand Marquis, San Diego State University, United States, for achievements in New and Advanced Materials and Technologies [Details]

2018 Fray International Sustainability Award, SIPS 2018, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil:
- Sir Prof. Fraser Stoddart, 2016 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, Northwestern University, USA, for achievements in Mechanical Bond Chemistry [Details]
- Sir Prof. Andre Geim, 2010 Nobel Laureate in Physics, University of Manchester, USA, for achievements in Graphene [Details]
- Prof. Kurt Wüthrich, 2002 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, University of California, USA, for achievements in Magnetic Resonance [Details]
- Prof. Christian Amatore, CNRS & PSL French Academy of Sciences, France, for achievements in Electrochemistry [Details]
- Prof. Rasmus Fehrmann, DTU - Technical University of Denmark, for achievements in Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids [Details]
- Prof. Athanasios Mamalis, PC-NAE, NCSR Demokritos, Greece, for achievements in Manufacturing [Details]
- Prof. Michael Zehetbauer, University of Vienna, Austria, for achievements in Intelligent Materials [Details]

2019 Fray International Sustainability Award, SIPS 2019, Paphos, Cyprus:
- Prof. Austen Angell, Arizona State University, USA, for achievements in Molten Salt, Ionic & Glass-forming Liquids [Details]
- Prof. Spomenka Kobe, Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia, for achievements in Magnets [Details]
- Prof. Bernhard A. Schrefler, University of Padua, Italy, for achievements in Geomechanics [Details]
- Prof. Tateo Usui, Osaka University, Japan, for achievements in Iron and Steel Making [Details]
- Prof. Alain Tressaud, CNRS, France, for achievements in Solid State Chemistry [Details]
- Prof. Constantinos G. Vayenas, University of Patras, Greece, in the field of Physical Chemistry [Details]
- Prof. Marcelle Gaune-Escard, CNRS, France, for achievements in Molten Salts and Ionic [Details]
- Prof. Yuan T. Lee, 1986 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, for achievements in Sustainability Policy [Details]
- Prof. Rudolph A. Marcus, 1992 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, California Institute of Technology, USA, for achievements in Electron Transfer Reactions [Details]
- Prof. Klaus von Klitzing, 1985 Nobel Laureate in Physics, Max Planck Institute, Germany, for achievements in Von Klitzing constant [Details]

2022 Fray International Sustainability Award, SIPS 2022, Phuket, Thailand (Covering SIPS 2020, 2021 and 2022):
- Prof. Miguel Angel Alario Franco, Universidad Complutense in Madrid (UCM) Spain for achievements in Solid State Chemistry [Details]
- Prof. Dr. Andrey N. Dmitriev, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia for achievements in Metals & Alloys Processing [Details]
- Prof. Mark F. Horstemeyer, Liberty University, USA for achievements in Multiscale Material Mechanics [Details]
- Prof. Georges Kipouros, Dalhousie University, Canada for achievements in Molten Salt and Powdered Materials[Details]
- Prof. Karel Kolomaznik, Tomas Bata University in Zlin, Czechia for achievements in Materials Recycling Processes and Products [Details]
- Prof. Digby Macdonald, University of California at Berkeley, USA for achievements in Corrosion [Details]
- Prof. Uichiro Mizutani, Nagoya University, Japan for achievements in Science of Intelligent & Sustainable Advanced Materials [Details]
- Prof. Patrizia Trovalusci, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy for achievements in Multiscale and Multiphysics Modelling of Materials [Details]
- Dr. Hardev Singh Virk, SGGS World University, India for achievements in Physics [Details]
- Prof. Didier Queloz, ETH-Z, Switzerland for achievements in Life in the Universe Research [Details]
- Sir. Richard Roberts, New England Biolabs, USA for achievements in Demystifying GMO Food Production and Supporting its Science [Details]
- Prof. Koji Fukui, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan for achievements in Oxidative Stress Research in Animals [Details]
- Dr. Gurtej Sandhu, Micron Technology, USA for achievements in Semiconductor Research and related Device Fabrication [Details]
- Prof. Konstantin Novoselov, National University, Singapore for achievements in New on-demand Material [Details]
- Prof. Ferid Murad, Stanford University, USA for achievements in applying in Nitric Oxide in Treating Diseases [Details]
- Prof. Avram Hershko, Technion Institute of Technology, Israel for achievements in Biochemical Research Applications [Details]
- Prof. Aaron Ciechanover, Technion Integrated Cancer Center, Israel for achievements in Biology Applications in Cancer Research [Details]
- Prof. M. Stanley Whittingham, Binghamton University, USA for achievements in Lithium Batteries in Sustainable Energy Projects [Details]

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