K. F. J. Heinrich Award

Starting with the 2017 award, the criteria for the Heinrich Award will change to honor scientists with less than 15 years from their terminal degree in the field who has made distinguished technical contributions to the field of microanalysis.

This award honors a scientist under the age of forty for distinguished technical contributions to the field of microanalysis. The award winner is chosen annually by the MAS President.

A listing of K.F.J. Heinrich Award winners is shown below, by year of award.

Year Award Winner
2017 Andrew Herzing
2016 Julien Allaz
2015 Phillipe Pinard
2014 Brian Gorman
2013 James LeBeau
2012 Emmanuelle A. Marquis
2011 Luke N. Brewer
2010 Hendrix Demers
2009 Dominique Drouin
2008 Paul G. Kotula
2007 Gerald Kothleitner
2006 Milos Toth
2005 Masashi Watanabe
2004 not awarded
2003 not awarded
2002 David A. Wollman
2001 Chris Jacobsen
2000 Harald Ade
1999 J. Bruley
1998 V. P. Dravid
1997 R. Gauvin
1996 not awarded
1995 E. N. Lewis
1994 J. R. Michael
1993 P. E. Russell
1992 S. J. Pennycook
1991 A. D. Romig, Jr.
1990 R. W. Linton
1989 R. D. Leapman
1988 D. B. Williams
1987 J. T. Armstrong
1986 P. J. Statham