Anton Tedesko Medal
The Anton Tedesko Medal is awarded by the International Association of Bridge and Structural Engineers (IABSE) Foundation to both honour a Laureate and financially support a young engineering Fellow of the Association.
The medal is awarded to a distinguished structural engineer as recognition of his/her life achievements, and includes a grant of 25,000 CHF for study leave for a promising young engineer to gain practical experience in a prestigious engineering firm outside his/her home country.
The medal is named after and honours Anton Tedesko (1903 - 1994) (sometimes written 'Tedesco') who was an outstanding engineer, eminent designer and builder of innovative structures. the award was created in 1998..
Past recipients include:
|2015||Esko Järvenpää, Finland |
|2012||Professor Emeritus Paul Grundy, Australia|
|2010||Koichi Takanashi, Japan|
|2008||Hai-Fan Xiang, China||Marvin Sabado, Philippines|
|2007||John C. Badoux, Switzerland||Anand P. Singh, Nepal|
|2004||Robert Silman, USA||John Anderson, USA|
|2002||Hajime Okamura, Japan||Amorn Pimanmas, Thailand|
|2000||Niels J. Gimsing, Denmark||Dong Xu, China|
|1998||Alexander C. Scordelis, USA||Diego Cobo del Arco, Spain|
- IABSE Foundation Anton Tedesko Medal
- Tom F. Peters, IABSE - The First 80 Years, IABSE, 2011, p.131
- "Anton Tedesko Medal' Awarded to Esko Järvenpää, Finland". International Association of Bridge and Structural Engineers. Retrieved 13 November 2015.
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