Summary of AwardThe IAGC Ebelmen Award can be awarded biennially to a geochemist of particular merit and outstanding promise less than 35 years old at the time of nomination. This award, which may under exceptional circumstances be shared between two individuals, consists of a framed certificate and a cash prize of $1000 (US). The recipient will be profiled on the Association website and in the IAGC Newsletter. The IAGC will pay for the travel for the award recipient to the meeting where the award is conferred if the IAGC Treasurer determines that the Association has the financial resources to make this possible. The award recipient also will receive a complementary 1-year membership to IAGC for the year following receipt of the award. In selecting the nominees for this award, particular consideration should be given to young scientists from developing countries (i.e., not North America, Western Europe, Japan, Australia and New Zealand).
|Kimberly Parker||Washington University - USA||2021||Number 74, July 2021|
|Zimeng Wang||Fudan University - CHINA||2020||Number 72, July 2020|
|Julien Bouchez||Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris - FRANCE||2018||Number 68, August 2018|
|Sophie Opfergelt||Université Catholique de Louvain Belgium - BELGIUM||2014||Number 60, May 2014|
|Qinghai Guo||China University of Geosciences - CHINA||2010||Number 52, June 2010|
|Siefu Kebede||University of Addis Ababa - ETHIOPIA||2007||Number 47, November 2007|
|Dana Royer||Wesleyan University - USA||2007||Number 47, November 2007|