PEL Associates Awards
In Pure and Applied Polymer Chemistry

Pure Polymer Chemistry

December 10, 2001

Prof. H. Ishida
Department of Macromolecular Science & Engineering
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, OH 44106

Dear Prof. Ishida:

I am pleased to inform you that you have won the 2001 PEL Associates Award for the best contribution in pure polymer chemistry.

The prize is for your work in developing polybenzoxazines, a new and versatile polymer family with a variety of potential applications. Your work was selected from a review of 2,000 papers and 5,000 patents in polymer technology.

The Award consists of this recognition of achievement, a certificate, and a check for $150 to the Case Western Reserve Department of Macromolecular Science & Engineering to be used for books for polymer chemistry students.

Again it is our pleasure to present you with this award for the outstanding work you have done on polybenzoxazines.

Best regards.
Sincerely,

Morton L. Wallach President


 

Applied Polymer Chemistry

December 10, 2001

Drs. M. Cardillo and A. Harris Bell Laboratories
Lucent Technologies 600 Mountain Avenue
Murray Hill, NJ 07974


Dear Drs. Cardillo and Harris:

I am pleased to inform you that you have won the 2001 PEL Associates Award for the best contribution in applied polymer chemistry.

The prize is for your work in developing holographic polymer film systems with applications in high volume data storage. Your work was selected from a review of 2,000 papers and 5,000 patents in materials technology.

The Award consists of this recognition of achievement, a certificate, and a check for $150 to Lucent-Bell Labs to be used for books for your technical library.

Again it is our pleasure to present you with this award for the outstanding work you and your team have done on novel holographic polymer systems.


Best regards.

Sincerely,

Morton L. Wallach President

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