Carl Wilhelm Brabender Award

Criteria

The Carl Wilhelm Brabender Award was established to honor the distinguished contributions to the application of rheology in milling and baking. Sponsored jointly by C.W. Brabender Instruments, Inc. (South Hackensack, NJ) and Brabender OHG (Duisberg, Germany), the award is presented every three years and is administered alternately by AACCI and the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Getreideforschung (Detmold, Germany). The award provides a plaque and a travel grant to enable the recipient to visit scientists and laboratories in other parts of the world to increase the awardee's knowledge and experience in the field. The only qualification is to be professionally active in rheology, specifically those engaged in the milling and baking industry. The awardee will address attendees at the AACCI Annual Meeting or at one of the three annual meetings of the AG at which the award is given.

Nomination Process

The next award presented by AACCI will be in 2020. Submit nominations using the online nomination form.

Nomination packets should include the following:

  • A cover letter addressed to AACCI headquarters describing why the nominee is worthy of consideration for the stated award
  • At least two and not more than five supporting letters
  • Curriculum vitae
  • List of publications
  • Nominations should address the activities most relevant to the award, with a clear statement of the impact the nominee has had in his/her specific area of expertise.

Award Winners

1967 Isydore Hlynka 1968 Arnoldus Crommetuyn
1970 William Shuey 1972 Egon Drews
1974 Walter Bushuk 1978 Keith Tipples and R. Henry Kilborn
1985 Seiichi Nagao 1988 Dorian Weipert
1990 Vladimir Rasper 1993 Rolf Kieffer
1996 Bert D'Appolonia 2002 Jozef Kokini
2008 Ton van Vliet 2014 Juan de Dios Figueroa Cárdenas
       
       
       

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