Kharaka Award

Summary of Award

The IAGC Kharaka Award is bestowed annually to deserving scientists (which may include senior graduate students) from developing countries. The criteria are intentionally broad in order to honor and highlight as many scientists as possible each year - so don't hesitate and nominate a colleague! This award was made possible by IAGC member Yousif Kharaka and the many generous donations from our IAGC member community and highlights the excellent work of geochemists outside North America, Europe, Japan, Australia, Taiwan, and New Zealand. The award consists of a framed certificate plus an IAGC membership and Applied Geochemistry subscription for a term of three (3) years. The recipient will be profiled on the website, IAGC Newsletter, and Elements magazine.

Nomination Procedure

Email a completed IAGC Award Nomination Form to the IAGC Business Manager at businessoffice@iagc-society.org. Nominations are usually due on 15-December, but check the Award Nomination form for the current year's due date.

Previous Winners

Name Institution Country Year Newsletter Announcement
Guilin Han China University of Geosciences China 2021 Number 74, July 2021
Peng Lu EXPEC Advanced Research Center, Saudi Aramco Saudi Arabia 2021 Number 74, July 2021
Abhijit Mukherjee Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur India 2020 Number 72, July 2020
Huaming Guo China University of Geosciences China 2019 Number 70, July 2019
Teng Yanguo Beijing Normal University China 2018 Number 68, August 2018
Jiubin Chen Tianjin University China 2018 Number 68, August 2018
Parthasarathi Chakraborty CSIR - Noational Institute of Oceanography India 2017 Number 66, July 2017
Kingsley Odigie US Geological Survey Nigeria 2016 Number 64, June 2016
Renguang Zuo China University of Geosciences China 2015 Number 62, June 2015

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