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NPL Senior Fellow wins two international awards

Ian Gilmore FMedSci wins Alfred Benninghoven and ECASIA 2024 awards

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Professor Ian Gilmore FMedSci has been awarded two international awards for his contributions to the scientific community. Ian is the inaugural winner of the Alfred Benninghoven award which honours the major contribution he has made to the field of Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS) and related techniques.  

Ian has been recognised and awarded for his outstanding contribution to the field, which culminated with the invention a new instrument combining the advantages of Time of Flight (ToF)-SIMS with the high-mass resolution and structural analysis capabilities of the Orbitrap mass spectrometer. As winner of the Alfred Benninghoven Award, Ian is granted a plenary lecture at the SIMS 24 conference in La Rochelle in September, together with a plaque or medal. 

Ian has also received the 2024 ECASIA Award. This award is given out by the European Conference on Applications of Surface and Interface Analysis for outstanding scientific achievements in the field of Surface and Interface Analysis. Ian will give the award lecture at the conference in Göthenburg in June 2024.

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14 Mar 2024