Nominate now for the MEI Award 2014

Minerals Engineering International (MEI) annually donates an award for an outstanding contribution to minerals engineering by a young scientist. Proposals for the MEI Award 2014 are now being accepted. Nominations for young researchers under 35 years of age at December 31st 2014, should be submitted by email to by 6th February 2015. Nominations should include the name, age and affiliation of the nominee, and reasons for the nomination. The name of the recipient will be announced at the end February 2015.

The prize winner will receive an engraved award and a complimentary registration to any MEI Conference in 2015/16, with the option of presenting an MEI Award lecture. The 2013 MEI Award recipient was Rodrigo Carvalho of the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro/Brazil (Fig.), who was nominated by his mentor, Prof. Marcelo Tavares.


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