The ECS Olin Palladium Award was established in 1950 to recognize distinguished contributions to the field of electrochemical or corrosion science. Past recipients of the ECS Olin Palladium Award are among the most distinguished leaders of the electrochemistry field, including 2019 Chemistry Nobel Laureate, John Goodenough.
The award recognizes outstanding contributions to the fundamental understanding of all types of electrochemical and corrosion phenomena and processes. The recipient does not need to be a member of The Electrochemical Society. There are no restrictions or reservations regarding age, sex, race, citizenship, or place of origin or residence.
The ECS Olin Palladium Award includes the palladium medal and a plaque that contains a bronze replica thereof, both bearing the recipient’s name; $7,500; complimentary meeting registration for the award recipient and a companion; a dinner held in the recipient’s honor during the designated meeting; and Life Membership in The Society.
To learn more about this important award, visit the ECS website.
Nominate a colleague for the ECS Olin Palladium Award by October 1, 2020!
Through the ECS Honors and Awards and Program, the Society recognizes outstanding technical achievements in electrochemistry and solid-state science and technology.