Dasgupta awarded Johnson Matthey Student Award by the International Precious Metals Institute

07/08/2016

Anish Dasgupta, a chemical engineering graduate student, was awarded The Johnson Matthey Student Award by the International Precious Metals Institute at the organization's 40th International Conference in Phoenix, Arizona, June 11-14.

Anish Dasgupta, a chemical engineering graduate student advised by Robert Rioux, has been awarded The Johnson Matthey Student Award by the International Precious Metals Institute.

The Johnson Matthey Student Award recognizes outstanding student research contributions that expand the potential for precious metal applications in industry.

Recipients are selected for their innovative research approaches and ability to prove new scientific discoveries.

Dasgupta was awarded for his work work in the area of Pd-Zn Intermetallic Catalysts with Gamma-brass Structures.

As part of the recognition, Dasgupta was awarded a $5,000 academic scholarship by the International Precious Metals Institute and was invited to attend the organization’s 40th International Conference in Phoenix, Arizona, June 11-14.

For a full list of past recipients, please visit the International Precious Metals Institute website.

About The International Precious Metals Institute

The International Precious Metals Institute (IPMI) is the largest and most well known association focused on precious metals in the world. IPMI is an international association of producers, refiners, fabricators, scientists, users, financial institutions, merchants, private and public sector groups, and the general precious metals community formed to provide a forum for the exchange of information and technology. IPMI seeks and promotes the efficient and environmentally sound use, reuse, and recycling of precious metals from both primary and secondary sources. IPMI conducts educational meetings and courses and serves as a primary resource for information for the public, industry, and government agencies worldwide. IPMI recognizes excellence and achievement through awards to individuals and educational institutions.

 

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