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Thomas L. Joseph Award

►Award Recipients
The 2012 Thomas L. Joseph Award for Cokemaking and Ironmaking was presented to Dr.-Ing. Michael Peters (right) by Bruce Stackhouse, chair of the Ironmaking Technology Committee.

History and Purpose

Established in 1965 to honor a devoted teacher and scientist, Thomas L. Joseph, who contributed much in the fundamental studies of blast furnace reactions. This award is conferred for distinguished contributions in the fields of ironmaking and ore agglomeration technology including improvements in methods of selection and preparation of ore for use in the manufacture of iron and developments that lead to greater efficiency in the use of raw materials in ironmaking, and improvements in the design, operation and productivity of the Blast Furnace. The recipient must be over forty (40) years of age.