Awards granted by the Czech Glass Society

 

The Czech Glass Society awards two major prizes, which are the Honorary Membership and the Glass Award. In addition, the Society also awards the best student work from secondary schools and universities with glass-related fields of study.

 

HONORARY MEMBERSHIP 

Honorary Membership is the highest honour that the Czech Glass Society may bestow. Is awarded in recognition of substantial and long-standing contributions to the field of glass at a national or international level. 

So far, the Honorary Members are

Prof. Dr. rer. nat., Dr.-Ing. habil., Dr.-Ing. E.h., Helmut A. Schaeffer

Prof. Ing. Josef Matoušek, DrSc.

Prof. Ing. Jan Hlaváč, DrSc. (1926–2018)

Vlastimil Dvořák (1924–2018)

Ing. Julius Broul (1914–2009)

 


Chairman of the Czech Glass Society Ing. Petr Beránek (right) presents the Glass Award to the 2015 laureate PhDr. Petr Nový

GLASS AWARD

This award is granted by the Committee of the Czech Glass Society for merit in the development of glass science, industry or art on the basis of a proposal from the members of the CGS. It goes to one person each year. The presentation is usually made during the annual meeting or conference of the CGS and is often accompanied by a lecture by the laureate.

Glass Award Laureates

2020 – it was not awarded due to the coronavirus pandemic

2019 – Ing. Petr Beránek – Teplice

2018 – Petr Novotný – Nový Bor

2017 – Ing. Jiří Koucký, CSc. – Jablonec n. N.

2016 – Rudolf Hais – Nový Bor

2015 – PhDr. Petr Nový – Jablonec n. N.

2014 – Akad. soch. Zdeňka Laštovičková – Železný Brod

2013 – Dr. Ing. Martin Míka – Praha

2012 – Doc. Ing. Stanislav Kasa, CSc. – Praha

2011 – Prof. Ing. Ladislav Koudelka, DrSc. – Pardubice

2010 – Ing. Milan Hřebíček, CSc. – Valašské Meziříčí

2009 – Doc. Ing. Jaroslav Kloužek, CSc. – Praha

2008 – Prof. Akad. soch. Jiří Harcuba – Praha

2007 – Ing. Jaroslav Seifrt st. – Poděbrady

2006 – Prof. René Roubíček – Praha

2005 – Ing. Josef Smrček, CSc. – Praha

2004 – Ing. Vítězslav Křesťan, CSc. – Hradec Králové

2003 – RNDr. Petr Schill – Vsetín

2002 – Antonín Langhamer – Jablonec n. N.

2001 – Doc. Ing. Miloslav Bartuška, CSc. – Praha

2000 – Ing. Milan Hájek, CSc. – Praha

1999 – Ing. František Novotný, CSc. – Praha

1998 – Prof. Ing. Josef Matoušek, DrSc. – Praha

1997 – Ing. Miloš Bělohradský – Sázava

1996 – Ing. Josef Chmelař – Vsetín

1995 – Ing. František Voldřich – Nový Bor

1994 – Vlastimil Dvořák – Nový Bor

1993 – Ing. Petr Schill, CSc. – Hradec Králové

1992 – Ing. Roland Kirsch, CSc. – Nový Bor

1991 – Ing. Jiří Matěj, CSc. – Praha

1990 – Ing. Karel Pešek – Nový Bor

1989 – Prof. Ing. Lubomír Němec, DrSc. – Praha

1988 – Ing. Milan Paleček – Hradec Králové

1987 – Prof. Ing. Ladislav Šašek, DrSc. – Praha

1986 – Ing. Ivan Fanderlík, CSc. – Hradec Králové

1985 – Doc. Ing. Zdeněk Strnad, CSc. – Praha

1984 – Ing. Antonín Smrček, CSc. – Teplice

1983 – Ing. Jaroslav Beránek – Praha

1982 – Ing. Ladislav Tuláček – Teplice

1981 – Prof. Ing. Jan Hlaváč, DrSc. – Praha

1980 – RNDr. Jan Voldán – Hradec Králové

1979 – Ing. Rudolf Pavlišta – Nový Bor

1978 – RNDr. Miloš Volf, CSc. – Sázava

1977 – Prof. Ing. Dr. Milota Fanderlík – Hradec Králové

1976 – Prof. Ing. Jaroslav Staněk, DrSc. – Praha

 

Secretary for awarding

Doc. Ing. Jaroslav Kloužek, CSc.

Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics ASCR, v. v. i.
Laboratory of Inorganic Materials
V Holešovičkách 41
182 09, Prague 8
Czech Republic

e-mail: Jaroslav.Klouzek@vscht.cz