Awards Details

Antoine M. Gaudin Award
The Antoine M. Gaudin Award in Minerals Beneficiation recognizes scientific or engineering contributions that further understanding of the technology of mineral processing.
Scholarship Description
The Antoine M. Gaudin Award, established in 1975, is for scientific or engineering contributions that further understanding of the technology of mineral processing. Eligible areas for contributions are agglomeration, classification, comminution, electrical and magnetic separation, flocculation and sedimentation, froth flotation, hydrometallurgy, particulate behavior, and other related mineral processing operations. There are no limitations regarding nationality, membership in the Institute, or otherwise. The award shall consist of a plaque, appropriately engraved with the name of the award, the name of the recipient, and the citation of the particular achievement for which the award is being conferred. Election to this honor is by the MPD Executive Committee with notification to the SME Executive Committee.
Antoine M. Gaudin Award Conditions for Nomination
Eligible areas for contributions are agglomeration, classifications, comminution, electrical and magnetic separation, flocculation and sedimentation, froth flotation, hydrometallurgy, particulate behavior, and other related mineral processing operations.
There are no eligibility limitations regarding nationality or membership in the Society, though preference is given to Society members. All candidates must be living at the time of selection.
Additional Information
Nomination for this award is currently closed.

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