John F. Elliott Lectureship Award Recipients

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2022Prof. In-Ho JungFor his development of comprehensive thermodynamic databases and process simulation models for applications to iron- and steelmaking processes, and for his education of computational thermodynamics for the global pyrometallurgy community. 
2020Mr. Phillip J. MackeyFor innovation in the development of pyrometallurgical processes for the production of primary metal, and for promotion of the profession of metallurgical engineering. 
2019Dr. Lawrence J. HeaslipFor his limitless dedication to furthering the knowledge and understanding of steelmaking. Heaslip's research has advanced our understanding of steelmaking thermodynamics, chemical process metallurgy and the materials chemistry behind steelmaking operations. As an educator in academia and industry alike, Heaslip employs a winning combination of technical expertise, rich sense of humor, and unbridled enthusiasm to bridge the gap between researcher and operator. 
2018Dr. Kenneth Stark ColeyFor exceptional research in slag-metal kinetics that is inspiring new insights into metal processing, and for his selfless efforts to share his knowledge with the steel industry through collaboration and the mentorship of the next generation of process meallurgists. 
2017Prof. Donald R. SadowayFor his acclaimed work in chemical metallurgy; his innovative solutions to global energy problems, including liquid metal batteries for grid-level storage and his effective roles as a researcher, teacher, entrepreneur and inventor. His exemplary skills inside the classroom as a teacher, lecturer and mentor have inspired countless future material scientists. 
2016Dr. Petrus C. PistoriusFor outstanding dedication to both undergraduate and graduate education, and for this exceptional research record and academic service to the steel industry. Lecture Title: Finding and Tweaking Inclusions in SteelIron & Steel Technology Recap
2015Dr. Richard C. SussmanProcess Chemical Metallurgy Challenges for the Production of Next-Generation Steel Products  
2014Mr. Arthur PeltonComputational Process and Materials Design Using Thermodynamic and Properties Databases
2013Dr. Geoffrey A. BrooksIn recognition of his outstanding contributions to the understanding of steelmaking through his research and his efforts to enthuse and educate people about steelmaking in both academia and industry Lecture Title: Steelmaking at the Speed of SoundIron & Steel Technology Recap
2012Mr. Lauri E.K. HolappaRecent Advances and Challenges of Chemical Process MetallurgyIron & Steel Technology Recap
2011Dr. Sridhar SeetharamanInterfacing Chemical and Physical Metallurgy Iron & Steel Technology Recap
2010Dr. David G. C. RobertsonInnovation in Metals Production Faster, Cheaper, SaferIron & Steel Technology Recap
2009Dr. Norbert BannenbergSecondary Metallurgy: Fundamentals and Their Technical ApplicationIron & Steel Technology Recap
2008Dr. Gordon A. IronsThe Role of Process Metallurgy in SustainabilityIron & Steel Technology Recap
2007Dr. Yasutaka IguchiThe Far-reaching Impact of Today's Steel Industry Relative to Metals, Ceramics and Bio-materials 
2006Dr. Pierre H. DaubyAlways Go Back To The Basics; Never Forget That Action Is On The Floor
2005Dr. Henri R. GayeChemical Process Metallurgy: A Necessary Tool to Optimize Old Steelmaking Processes and Design New Ones 
2003Dr. Roderick I. L. GuthrieSteel Strips The Long and Winding Road
2002Dr. Alan W. CrambAdventures in High Temperature Microscopy: Quantification of High Temperature Phenomena
2001Prof. Nobuo SanoThermodynamics of Slags