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The 2016 Rodney Hill Prize In Solid Mechanics

It is with pleasure that Elsevier and the International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics jointly announce the award of the 2016 Rodney Hill Prize for contributions to the field of Solid Mechanics to Dr. Raymond Ogden of the University of Glasgow. The prize will be presented to Dr. Ogden at the 2016 International Congress of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics to be held in Montreal, Canada. This prize was founded by and is sponsored by Elsevier.

The Rodney Hill Prize In Solid Mechanics: call for nominations

Elsevier Limited has established a prize named The Rodney Hill Prize in Solid Mechanics. This prize, which consists of a plaque and a check for $25,000, is to be awarded in recognition of outstanding research in the field of solid mechanics. The prize is to be awarded every 4 years, to coincide with the quadrennial International Congress of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (ICTAM). The first prize was awarded at ICTAM 2008 in Adelaide and the second will be awarded at the ICTAM 2012 in Beijing.

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Michael Ortiz wins inaugural Rodney Hill Prize in Solid Mechanics

I am delighted to announce on behalf of Elsevier that Professor Michael Ortiz of CalTech has won the very first Rodney Hill Prize in Solid mechanics in reconition of his body of research during the decade 1998-2007. The prize will be presented at ICTAM in Adelaide on 27 August by Y.S. Chi, Vice Chairman of Elsevier immediately prior to Michael's Hill Prize lecture. For more details please see http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/P10.cws_home/hillprizewinner

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