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CIRP Awards

CIRP has instituted the F.W. Taylor Medal of CIRP and The General Pierre Nicolau Award.

The Frederick Winslow Taylor Medal

As an incentive for scientific work, the International Academy for Production Engineering has instituted the F.W. Taylor Medal of CIRP - a distinction for young scientists.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The "F.W. Taylor Medal of CIRP" is an award conferred upon younger research workers of outstanding merit who author original scientific research papers on topics falling within the fields of CIRP.
Candidates for the award must have personally presented their research at a Paper Session during the two years preceding their nomination. Recipients are not to be over 35 years of age in the year of the presentation of their paper.

Recipients of the Taylor Medal since year 1958.
Rules to nominate a candidate.

The General Pierre Nicolau Award

The International Academy for Production Engineering has instituted this award to honour General Nicolau, world renowned authority in the field of production engineering, commemorating his contributions to the founding of CIRP.

      

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
This Award is conferred in recognition of significant and distinguished scientific and industrial contributions to a specific area within the field of production engineering encompassed by the interests of CIRP.

Recipients of the General Nicolau Award since year 2001.
Rules to nominate a candidate.

Awards related to CIRP Conferences 

Award of the CIRP Conference on Life-Cycle Engineering: LEO Award