SGL Carbon (Skakel) Award

"... overall contributions and achievements that have significantly influenced the progress of the science and/or technology of carbon materials."

R. S. Ruoff (2016): Research on novel carbon materials including fullerenes, nanotubes, graphene, diamond nanorods, and graphite oxide

R. H. Baughman (2013): Multifunctional Carbon Nanotube Yarns for Artificial Muscles and Energy Harvesting and Energy Storing Textiles

F. Rodriguez-Reinoso (2010): The Versatility of Carbon Materials

L. R. Radovic (2007): Physical Chemistry of Carbon Surfaces: Applications and Fundamentals

M. Inagaki (2004): Nanotexture in Carbon Materials

B. McEnaney (2001): Some Aspects of Deformation and Fracture in Carbons

R. T. Yang (1999): Gas-Carbon Reactions Studied by TEM and STM

M. S. Dresselhaus (1997): Recent Advances in the Science and Technology of Carbon Materials

G. H. Taylor (1995): Carbons for Industry - The Mesophase Pathway

W. Ruland (1993): Structural Studies on Carbon Materials

R. J. Diefendorf (1991): High Performance Carbons and Graphites

H. P. Boehm (1989): Graphite Compounds - A Most Interesting Group of Materials

J. L. White (1987): The Unique Nature of Carbon Materials

H. Marsh (1985): Carbon in Society

W. P. Eatherly (1983): On Telephones, Red Lights and Flowers, or: How to Design with Graphite

J. B. Donnet (1981): Structure and Reactivity of Carbons: From Carbon Black to Carbon Composites

T. Noda (1979): Crystal Growth and Graphitization

E. Fitzer (1977): From Silicon to Carbon

A. R. Ubbelohde (1975)

A. Pacault (1973) The Evolution of Carbon - A Structural and Electronic View

P. L. Walker, Jr. (1971): Carbon - An Old but New Material

S. Mrozowski (1969)