James Harry Potter Gold Medal

James Harry Potter Gold Medal

The James Harry Potter Gold Medal recognizes eminent achievement or distinguished service in the science of thermodynamics and its application in mechanical engineering. The basis of the award shall include contributions involving the teaching, appreciation, or utilization of thermodynamic principles in research, development, and design in mechanical engineering.

The award was established in 1980 in honor of James H. Potter.

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Form of Award: $2000, vermeil medal and certificate
Limitation(s): None
Administrative Responsibility: Energy Conversion & Storage Segment
Nomination Deadline: February 1
E-mail: persaudl@asme.org
Awarded By: Committee on Honors (COH)

James Harry Potter Gold Medalists

1980 Alexander L. London
1981 Joseph Kestin
1982 Paul Leung
1983 Kenneth C. Cotton
1984 Robert H. Page
1985 Warren H. Giedt
1986 Jack P. Holman
1988 Richard A. Gaggioli
1990 Adrian Bejan
1991 James B. Jones
1992 David Japikse
1993 George J. Silvestri, Jr.
1995 Elias P. Gyftopoulos
1996 Antonio Valero
1997 Michael J. Moran
1998 George Tsatsaronis
1999 C. Thomas Avedisian
2000 Dimos Poulikakos
2001 Kunio Yoshikawa
2003 Aswhani K. Gupta
2004 Van P. Carey
2005 Amir Faghri
2006 Richard O. Buckius
2007 Satwindar SingSadhal
2008 Merle C. Potter
2009 Claus Borgnakke
2010 Massoud Kaviany
2011 Mohamad Metghalchi
2012 Essam E. Khalil
2013 S.A. Klein
2014 Michael R. von Spakovsky
2015 Ahmed F. Ghoniem
2016 Derek Bradley
2018 Raj M. Manglik
2020 Nagamangala K. Anand
2021 Tatiana Morosuk
2022 Kai H. Luo

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