This Medal is awarded to an individual, from anywhere in the world, for sustained and significant contributions in the form of research, teaching, and service to the community, in any area germane to the ICCES series of conferences. The sum total of contributions over a career spanning many years is taken in to account. The minimum age of the recipient is expected to be 60 years, and may be given on the occasion of the celebration of any birth anniversary of the individual after the age of 60, at an ICCES conference. The conferral of this award is considered as the scientific accolade expressed on behalf of the ICCES community, for the recipient’s seminal role in the development of subject matter relevant to ICCES.
Professor James D. Lee
The George Washington University Washington, DC, USA
ICCES Citation: For his continuing contributions to mechanics as Continuum Mechanics, Finite Element Analysis, Fracture Mechanics, Nanomechanics, Mechanical Vibration, Optimal Control Theory, Robotics, Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations and Linear Algebra.
Professor Cheinshan Liu
National Taiwan University
Ramesh K. Agarwal
William Palm Professor of Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis
ICCES Citation: For lifetime seminal contributions to computational methods for aerospace engineering.
James C. Newman, Jr.
Emeritus Giles Professor, Former Richard Johnson Chair in Aerospace Engineering, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Mississippi State University
ICCES Citation: For well-known contributions to fatigue of aerospace structures, elastic-plastic fracture mechanics, and multi-site damage.
Prof Guangyu Shi
Department of Mechanics, Tianjin University
ICCES Citation: For contributions to hybrid and mixed finite element methods in nonlinear and linear solid mechanics.
Dr Gery Wilkowski
P.E., President of Engineering Mechanics Corporation of Columbus
ICCES Citation: For well-known contributions to structural integrity assessments across many industries.