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The Marshall B. Peterson Award is given in biennially in recognition of early-career achievement in research as demonstrated by papers published in scientific journals of ASME and promise for pursuit of research in tribology. It is preferred, but not required, that the awardee’s research emphasis be on materials aspects of tribology, e.g. wear, friction materials, and solid lubricants.
At the time the award is given (October of even-numbered years), the nominee’s age shall be less than 30 years.
The Research Committee on Tribology and the Tribology Division established this award in 1997.
Achievement Nomination Form
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