PACM Medal Laureates

PACM Medal - awards for 2015

The O.C. Zienkiewicz PACM Medal was awarded to the following people in 2015:

  • The category Medal for the whole of activity:

prof. Tomasz Łodygowski
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  • The category Medal for the outstanding achievements during recent two years:

prof. Waldemar Rachowicz
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  • The category Medal for foreign scientists who have a particular merit for the development of computational mechanics in Poland:

prof. Ekkehard Ramm
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PACM Medal - awards for 2013

The O.C. Zienkiewicz PACM Medal was awarded to the following people in 2013:
The category Medal for the whole of activity:

  • Prof. Adam Borkowski
  • Prof. Jacek Chróścielewski

The category Medal for the outstanding achievements during recent two years:

  • Prof. Mieczysław Kuczma
  • Prof. Wiesław Ostachowicz

The category Medal for foreign scientists who have a particular merit for the development of computational mechanics in Poland:

  • Prof. Manolis Papadrakakis
  • Prof. Peter Wriggers

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PACM Medal - awards for 2011

The O.C. Zienkiewicz PACM Medal was awarded to the following people in 2011:
The category Medal for the whole of activity:
  • Prof. Tadeusz Burczyński
  • Prof. Andrzej Garstecki

The category Medal for foreign scientists who have a particular merit for the development of computational mechanics in Poland:

  • Prof. Bernhard Schrefler
  • Prof. Robert Taylor

Photos from the award ceremony are available on the web page of the CMM-2011 Conference in Warsaw.

PACM Medal - awards for 2009

The O.C. Zienkiewicz PACM Medal was awarded to the following people in 2009:
The category Medal for the whole of activity:

  • Prof. Janusz Orkisz
  • Prof. Zenon Waszczyszyn

The category Medal for the outstanding achievements during recent two years:

  • Prof. Leszek Demkowicz

The category Medal for foreign scientists who have a particular merit for the development of computational mechanics in Poland:

  • Prof. Eugenio Onate
  • Prof. Erwin Stein

Photos from the award ceremony in the Zielona Góra Philharmonic are available on the web page of the CMM-2009 Conference.

PACM Medal - awards for 2007

The O.C. Zienkiewicz PACM Medal was awarded to the following people in 2007:
The category Medal for the whole of activity:

  • Prof. Zbigniew Kączkowski
  • Prof. Michał Kleiber
  • Prof. Jan Szmelter (posthumously)

The category Medal for foreign scientists who have a particular merit for the development of computational mechanics in Poland:

  • Prof. Giulio Maier
  • Prof. Herbert Mang
  • Prof. John T. Oden

Prof. Michał Kleiber, prof. Gulio Maier and prof. Herbert Mang received the Medal personally. Prof. A. Borkowski received the Medal on behalf on prof. Zbigniew Kączkowski.


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The PACM President prof. T. Burczyński presents the Medal to prof. M. Kleiber

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Prof. A. Borkowski receives the Medal on behalf on prof. Zbigniew Kączkowski

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The presentation of the PACM Medal to prof. G. Maier
(from the left: prof. J. Orkisz, prof. G. Maier, prof. T. Burczyński)

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The presentation of the PACM Medal to prof. H. Mang
(from the left: prof. J. Orkisz, prof. T. Burczyński, prof. Mang)

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The presentation of the PACM Medal to prof. H.Mang
during the 9th US National Congress on Computational Mechanics, San Francisco 2007
(from the left: prof. T. Burczyński, prof. J.T. Oden)

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Mrs Zofia Szmelter (Jan Szmelter's widow) recives the PACM Medal

Presentation PACM Medal to prof. O.C. Zienkiewiczowi

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prof. O.C. Zienkiewicz recives the PACM Medal on Swansea University (UK)

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from the left: prof. T. Burczyński, prof. O.C. Zienkiewicz, Hellen prof. Zienkiewicz's wife , prof. J. Orkisz

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from the left: prof. T. Burczyński, prof. R. Davies Vice-Chancellor Swansea University,
prof. O.C. Zienkiewicz, Hellen prof. Zienkiewicz's wife, prof. J. Orkisz