Performance Test Codes Medal

Performance Test Codes Medal

The Performance Test Codes Medal is awarded to an individual (or individuals in exceptional circumstances) who has made outstanding contributions to the development and promotion of ASME Performance Test Codes, including the Supplements on Instruments and Apparatus.

The medal was established to recognize the first voluntary codes and standards activity in the Society and in the United States. The codes are recognized throughout the world for their excellence, providing industry and the engineering community with the technology that promotes the philosophy of accurate and reliable performance evaluation.

The award was established in 1981 by contributions to the Performance Test Codes of the Society.

 
Form of Award: $1000, Vermeil Medal and Certificate
Limitation(s): None
Administrative Responsibility: Board on Standardization & Testing
Nomination Deadline: January 1
Nomination SentTo: Performance Test Codes Medal Committee Chair
Committee Chair: M.J. Dooley
Phone Number: 860-625-3967
E-mail: matt.dooley@cox.net
Awarded By: Committee on Honors (COH)

PERFORMANCE TEST CODES MEDAL RECIPIENTS

1984 Kenneth C. Cotton 2000 John C. Westcott 2018 Michael P. McHale
1984 William G. McLean 2001 Ronald H. Dieck 2019 Steven A. Scavuzzo
1985 James W. Murdock 2002 John M. Burns    
1986 John H. Fernandes 2003 Jeffrey R. Friedman    
1987 P.H. "Pete" Knowlton, Jr. 2005 Samuel J. Korellis    
1988 Charles B. Scharp 2006 John W. Siegmund    
1989 Frederick H. Light 2008 Joseph W. Mitlon    
1990 Karl G. Grothues 2009 Steven P. Nuspl    
1991 Robert Jorgensen 2010 Gordon J. Gerber    
1992 Joseph S. Davis, Jr. 2011 W. Cary Campbell    
1993 Philip M. Gerhart 2012 Paul G. Albert    
1995 Silas L. Morse 2013 Patrick M. McHale    
1996 Ronald L. Bannister 2014 W. Glenn Steele Jr.    
1997 Norman R. Deming 2015 Thomas C. Heil    
1998 David R. Keyser 2016 Matthew J. Dooley    
1999 Roy P. Allen 2017 Thomas K. Kirkpatrick    
 

Resources


Achievement Nomination Form

Nomination Instructions