Hevesy Medal Award

The George Hevesy Medal Award (HMA) is the premier international award of excellence in radioanalytical and nuclear chemistry. It is awarded to an individual in recognition of excellence through outstanding, sustained career achievements in the fields of pure as well as applied nuclear and radiochemistry, particularly applications to nuclear analytical chemistry. Established originally in 1968 by the Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry (JRNC), the George Hevesy Medal Award has been given 19 times during 1968-86. This Award has been reactivated in 2000. It is sponsored by JRNC and adjudicated by the International Committee on Activation Analysis/Modern Trends in Activation Analysis (ICAA/MTAA). The Award has no monetary value. The George Hevesy Medal Award comprises an engraved bronze medal and an ornamental scroll.

The names (year) of the former awardees are:

Call for nominations for Hevesy Medal Awards 2021 and 2022

Nominations of candidates for the Hevesy Medal Awards 2021 and 2022 are widely solicited from the international community and may be initiated by individual colleagues or their institutes. The Call was just published online in JRNC and is available via a link.
Nominations including all materials must be received by the chairman of HMASP, Prof. Amares Chatt, on or before the 29th October 2021.

The RadChem-2022 organisers have the honour to announce that the 2021 Hevesy Medal Award (HMA-2021) will be presented at the 19th Radiochemical Conference scheduled to be held in Mariánské Lázně, Czech Republic during 11-16th May 2022.