MetSoc of CIM Announces 2013 Award Recipients - Metallurgy & Materials Professionals to be Recognized at Awards Gala of COM 2013

MetSoc of CIM Announces 2013 Award Recipients - Metallurgy & Materials 
Professionals to be Recognized at Awards Gala of COM 2013 Conference 
MONTREAL, July 8, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ - The Metallurgy & Materials Society of 
The Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (MetSoc of CIM) 
will honour members for their outstanding achievements and contributions to 
metallurgy and related fields at the Awards Gala of the Annual Conference of 
Metallurgists 2013 taking place at Le Westin Montréal on October 28(th) at 
19:00. "We look forward to presenting the awards to these deserving members of 
MetSoc at our Gala night.These awards show our community the accomplishments 
and careers of its most talented members," said Boyd Davis, MetSoc Awards 
Chair. 
The awards will be presented to 10 individuals and organizations. 
Airey Award Roderick Guthrie, McGill University 
MetSoc Award for Research Excellence (Sponsored by Rio Tinto)
Comondore (Ravi) Ravindran, Ryerson University 
Silver Medal Award
Nathan Stubina, Barrick Gold Corporation 
Brimacombe Award
Edouard Asselin, University of British Columbia 
Xstrata Innovation Award
Liquid Metal Cleanliness Analyzer system, McGill Metals Processing Centre, Rio 
Tinto Alcan and ABB 
Teck Environmental Award
Zhenghe Xu, University of Alberta 
Sherritt Hydrometallurgy Award 
Yeonuk Choi, Barrick Gold Corporation 
MetSoc Distinguished Materials Scientist Award
Alexander McLean, University of Toronto 
MetSoc Master's Scholarship John Forster, Queen's University 
MetSoc Doctoral Scholarship 
Ehsan Mohammadi Zahrani, University of British Columbia 
ABOUT MetSoc of CIM: 
The Metallurgy & Materials Society (MetSoc) of CIM (Canadian Institute of 
Mining, Metallurgy & Petroleum) is an organization that serves members, 
society and others involved in the research, development and application of 
the science and technologies for the environmentally responsible extraction, 
fabrication, utilization and recycling of metals and materials. CIM has over 
14,000 members convened from industry, academia and government. With 10 
Technical Societies including MetSoc andover 30 Branches, our members help 
shape, lead and connect Canada's mineral industry, both within our borders and 
across the globe. For more information visit www.metsoc.org 
For more information, contact Brigitte Farah, MetSoc Manager at (514) 939-2710 
or bfarah@cim.org 
For more information, contact Brigitte Farah, MetSoc Manager at (514)  
939-2710 orbfarah@cim.org 
SOURCE: CANADIAN INSTITUTE OF MINING, METALLURGY AND PETROLEUM (CIM) 
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