IUTAM Bureau Prize recipients

Beginning with the 17th International Congress in Grenoble (1988), the presiding Bureau of the International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics has selected 2 or 3 outstanding young scientists for the Bureau Prize, based on their papers and their presentations at the Congress.  To be eligible for the award, a presenter must be no older than 35 years of age at the time of the Congress, and must indicate that he/she wishes to be considered for the award.

  • 2012, Beijing:
    • Mr. Mickael Bosco
      Institut de Recherche sur les Phénomenes Hors Equilibre, France, with the paper Instabilities of a cylinder wake in a stratified fluid, presented during a Lecture (fluid mechanics)
    • Professor Dennis Kochmann
      California Institute of Technology, USA, with the paper Ultra-high stiffness and damping composites and structures due to constrained mechanical instabilities, presented during a Lecture (solid mechanics)
    • Ms. Huachuan Wang
      The George Washington University, USA, with the paper Molecular simulations of the formation of gold-molecule-gold junctions in moletronics device, presented during a Seminar
  • 2008, Adelaide:
    • Mr. Wim van Hoeve
      University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands, with the paper Microbubble pinch-off in flow-focussing devices, presented during a Lecture (fluid mechanics)
    • Ms. Katia Bertoldi
      Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, USA, with the paper Mechanically-triggered transformations of pattern and phononic band gaps in periodic elastomeric structures, presented during a Lecture (solid mechanics)
    • Mr. Kazuya Shimizu
      Department of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Japan, with the paper Study on the occurrence of the liquid yet and the bubble breakup in a convergent divergent channel flow, presented during a Seminar
  • 2004, Warsaw
    • Mr. Ingo Kaiser
      German Aerospace Center, Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics, Wessling, Germany, with the paper The running behaviour of an elastic wheelset presented during a Lecture.
    • Ms. Pantxika Otheguy
      École Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France, with the paperInstability of corotating vertical vortices in a stratified fluidpresented during a Lecture.
    • Mr. Taisuke Sugii
      Department of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Japan, with the paper Molecular dynamics study of permeation process of small molecules through a lipid bilayer presented during a Seminar.
  • 2000, Chicago
    • Prof. Tim Colonius
      Division of Engineering and Applied Science, California Institute of Technology, USA, with the paper Simulation, modeling, and control of self-sustained oscillations in the flow past an open cavity presented during a Lecture.
    • Mr. Philippe Corvisier
      Mécanique et Energétique des Fluides en Situation Reélle, Laboratoire d’Energétique et de Mécanique Théorique et Appliquée, France , with the paper Analysis of the rheological structure evolution for a thixotropic fluid flow in a pipe presented during a Seminar.
    • Mr. Thomas Daxner
      Institute of Lightweight Structures and Aerospace Engineering, Vienna University of Technology, Austria, with the paper Adaptation of the density distribution in weight-efficient metal foam structures presented during a Lecture
  • 1996, Kyoto
  • 1992, Haifa
    • Xie-Nung Chen
      China, with the paper Slender ship moving at near-critical speed in a shallow channel presented during a Seminar.
    • Mr. Simon D. Guest
      Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, with the paper Propagation of destabilizing waves in the folding of faceted tubes presented during a Lecture.
  • 1988, Grenoble
    • Prof. Hideyuki Horii
      Department of Civil Engineering, University of Tokyo, Japan, with the paper Mechanics of cracked solids and models of fracture process zone presented during a Lecture.
    • Prof. Robert E. Johnson
      Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA with the paper Coating flows in rotational molding presented during a Seminar.
    • Dr. Arne Lorenzen
      Max-Planck Institut für Strömungsforschung, Göttingen, Germany, with the paper Observation of hysteresis in baroclinic unstability presented during a Lecture.