Stuhlinger Medal for Outstanding AchievementStuhlinger Medal of Outstanding Achievement in Electric Propulsion
The Stuhlinger Medal of Outstanding Achievement in Electric Propulsion is meant to be and remain the highest destinction given by the ERPS in recognition of outstanding technical or leadership contributions in Electric Propulsion engineering, science, technology, education, management, information exchange, or influencing programs that have led to important advancement in the field.
ERPS Board of Directors will appoint the Medal Committee Chair, who will be a previous recipient of the Medal and will invite the participation on the Medal Committee of previous Medal recipients.
Living individuals who have demonstrated sustained contributions to Electric Propulsion for at least 10 years.
D. Basis for Judgment
1. Importance of the candidate's technical or leadership contributions (50 points). Technical contributions including conceptual, theoretical, or experimental efforts. Leadership contributions include educational, informational exchanges (e.g., short-courses, conferences) programmatic efforts, and influencing the direction of the community.
2. Importance of the contributions of teams led by the candidate (30 points)
3. Quailty and significance of publications and patents (10 points)
4. Technical or leadership distinction over an extended period of time (10 points)
E. Nominee Solicitation
Nominations are requested by the ERPS Board of Directors and are reviewed by the ERPS Medal Committee. The initial call of nominations will be one year before the next IEPC. Nominations will be accepted until 3 months prior to the date of the IEPC.