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ECCOMAS Medals

ECCOMAS has established the Ritz-Galerkin Medal which is the highest award given by ECCOMAS. It honours individuals who have made outstanding, sustained contributions in the field of computational methods in applied sciences. The medal carries the images of Ritz and Galerkin in recognition of the synergy between mathematics, numerical analysis, mechanics of solids and structures, fluid dynamics, and other engineering disciplines. The medal is conferred every four years at the ECCOMAS Congress

The ECCM Conference in Paris inaugurated the awarding of the ECCOMAS Leonhard Euler Medal for outstanding and sustained contribution to the area of computational solids and structural mechanics and coupled problems in engineering and the Ludwig Prandtl Medal for outstanding and sustained contribution to the area of computational fluid dynamics. The medals are conferred every two years at the ECCOMAS main Conferences. 

The Ritz-Galerkin Medal

The Ritz-Galerkin Medal is the highest award given by ECCOMAS. It honors individuals who have made outstanding, sustained contributions in the field of computational methods in applied sciencesover periods representing substantial portions of their professional careers. The medal carries the images of Ritz and Galerkin in recognition of the synergy between mathematics, numerical analysis, mechanics of solids and structures, fluid dynamics, and other engineering disciplines that underpin much of the broad field of computational methods in applied sciences.

The medal is awarded every four years at the ECCOMAS Congress.
 

 The Prandtl Medal

  

The Prandtl Medal will be awarded for outstanding and sustained contributions to the area of computational fluid dynamics. These contributions shall generally be in the form of important research results which significantly advance the understanding of theories and methods impacting CFD. The medal carries the image of Prandtl.

The medal is awarded every two years at the ECCOMAS Congress and Conferences, respectively.

The Euler Medal

The Euler Medal will be given for outstanding and sustained contributions to the area of computational solid and structural mechanics. These contributions shall generally be in the form of important research results which significantly advance the understanding of mathematical theories and methods impacting the areas of mechanics. The medal carries the image of Euler.

The medal is awarded every two years at the ECCOMAS Congress and Conferences, respectively.