The Barry Inglis Medal is an annual award recognising outstanding achievement in measurement research and excellence in practical measurements by an individual or group in Australia. This achievement could be a single major contribution or a body of work developed throughout your career. Your achievement can include practical measurements or research undertaken for almost any purpose, including industrial, research or academic purposes.
Measurement has direct applications in science and technology, underpinning decisions in economics and politics and is often a foundation for innovation. We encourage nominations from people from diverse backgrounds and from any field. Each winner receives $2 000 in prize money and a trophy.
We encourage nominations by individuals or groups who have achieved one or more of the following:
Excellence in measurement may include:
This could mean working collaboratively with industry and researchers from a diverse range of fields like:
This could include research and its applications in measurement methodology and instrumentation, including to improve the uncertainty of measurement.
This could include leadership at either national, regional or international levels in any discipline or activity that involved the use of measurement science. Your application should include a peer-assessed acknowledgement of how you contributed to measurement activities.
Email the completed nomination form and supporting information to communications [at] measurement.gov.au by 5pm AEST, 14 April 2021.
Include this supporting information:
We are proud to recognise the outstanding contributions the following recipients have made to the field of measurement:
Last updated: 24 February 2021
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