Do you know someone who is doing amazing work or research in measurement science? Nominate them now for the 2020 National Measurement Institute (NMI Australia) awards.
The NMI awards celebrate and recognise the outstanding work in Australian measurement science.

The two awards that are presented annually are the:

  • NMI prize which commends the work and research of a person under the age of 35 in the field of measurement
  • Barry Inglis Medal which acknowledges a person or groups contribution to measurement science, research and leadership.

We need you to nominate someone that should be recognised for the great work they are doing. People can also nominate themselves.

To complete the nomination process, all you have to do is:

  • fill in the nomination form, write a brief description of the nominees work (maximum two pages)
  • include a short description of how the nominees work addresses the eligibility criteria (maximum two pages)
  • attach independent assessments from up to three supporters of the nominees work.

You can check the eligibility requirements or download the form for the NMI Prize or Barry Inglis Medal

Nominations close at 5pm on Tuesday, 14 April.

The winners will be announced on World Metrology Day (Wednesday, 20 May) by our CEO and Chief Metrologist, Dr Bruce Warrington. The winners also receive $2,000 in prize money and trophy.

Share the short nomination video via social media  #measurementawards