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ICFG INTERNATIONAL PRIZE

In 1998, the group has introduced the annual ICFG International Prize which is to be conferred upon young R&D workers of outstanding merit who are authors of original R&D meeting the objectives of ICFG.

ICFG INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 2018

On the occasion of the 51st Plenary Meeting,
the prize was awarded to:

Mr. Shenfa Zhu
Institute of forming technology and Equipment
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
China

in order to honour his paper presentation
"A NOVEL SHEET-BULK FORMING METHOD: Upsetting with controlled Deformation Zone"
and his research activities in cold forging.

ICFG INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 2017

On the occasion of the 50th Plenary Meeting,
the prize was awarded to:

Mr. Stefan Ossenkemper
Institute of forming technology and lightweight components
Technical University Dortmund
Germany

in order to honour his paper presentation
"COMPOSITE COLD FORGING: Producing Steel-Aluminum-Composite Shafts with Conventional Cold Forging Tools"

and

Mr. Christoph Kiener
Institute of Manufacturing Technology
University of Erlangen-Nurnberg
Germany

in order to honour his paper presentation
"INFLUENCE OF TRIBOLOGICAL CONDITIONS ON COLD FORGING OF GEARS"
and their research activities in cold forging.

ICFG INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 2016

On the occasion of the 49th Plenary Meeting,
the prize was awarded to:

Mr. Benjamin Heß
Hirschvogel Automotive Group

in order to honour his paper presentation
"Approaches to Improve Productivity and Precision in Forming Gears with Superimposed Oscillations"
and his research activities in cold forging.

ICFG INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 2015

On the occasion of the 48th Plenary Meeting,
the prize was awarded to:

Dr.-Ing. Tobias Schrader
ThyssenKrupp Presta AG
Lichtenstein

in order to honour his paper presentation
"Wear characterization of coated cold forging tools"
and his research activities in cold forging.

ICFG INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 2014

On the occasion of the 47th Plenary Meeting,
the prize was awarded to:

Dipl.-Ing. Christoph Müller
Institute for Production Engineering and Forming Machines
TU Darmstadt
Germany

in order to honour his paper presentation
"Introduction of a new analysis method of the lubricant film to investigate an indirect workpiece lubricant"
and his research activities in cold forging.

 

Dipl.-Ing. Thorben Schiemann
Institute for Metal Forming Technology 
University of Stuttgart
Germany

in order to honour his paper presentation
"Flange upsetting of turbular components"
and his research activities in cold forging.

ICFG INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 2013

On the occasion of the 46th Plenary Meeting,
the prize was awarded to:

Dipl.-Ing. Okan Görtan
Institute for Production Engineering and Forming Machines
TU Darmstadt
Germany

in order to honour his paper presentation
"FORMING OF SEVERE PLASTIC DEFORMED WIRES BY COLD EXTRUSION"
and his research activities in cold forging.

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ICFG INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 2010

On the occasion of the 43rd Plenary Meeting,
the prize was awarded to:

Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Rudolf
Institute for Metal Forming Technology 
University of Stuttgart
Germany

in order to honour his paper presentation
"Hollow Lateral Extrusion of Tubular Billets – a Newly Developed Cold Forging Process"
and his research activities in cold forging.

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ICFG INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 2009

On the occasion of the 42nd Plenary Meeting,
the prize was awarded to:

Dipl.-Ing. Stephan Weidel
Chair of Manufacturing Technology
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Germany

in order to honour his paper presentation
"Basic Study on the Influence of Liquid Lubricant on Contact State in Cold Forging Processes"
and his research activities in cold forging.

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ICFG INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 2007

On the occasion of the 40th Plenary Meeting,
the prize was awarded to:

M.Sc. Mert Aygen
Norm Fastener Co.
10007 Sokak No:1/1 A.O.S.B. Cigli
Izmir
Turkey

in order to honour his paper presentation
"Determination of Appropriate Friction Model by Forward Rod Extrusion Tests"
and his research activities in cold forging.

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ICFG INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 2006

On the occasion of the 39th Plenary Meeting,
the prize was awarded to:

Dr.-Ing. Markus Meidert
ThyssenKrupp Presta AG 
Essanestrasse
9492 Eschen

in order to honour his paper presentation
"Improvement of service life of cold forging tools - optimal tool steel selection and tool life prediction by FEM"
and his research activities in cold forging.

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ICFG INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 2005

On the occasion of the 38th Plenary Meeting,
the prize was awarded to:

Dipl.-Ing. Alexander Putz
Chair of Manufacturing Technology
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Germany

in order to honour his paper presentation
"Ultrasonic Inspection of Prestressed Cold Forging Tools - Development of a Theoretical Model and Relevance for Industry"
and his research activities in cold forging.

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ICFG INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 2004

On the occasion of the 37th Plenary Meeting,
the prize was awarded to:

Dr. Eng. Ryo Matsumoto

Graduate School of Engineering Science
Osaka University
Japan

in order to honour his paper presentation
"Precision Warm Forging of Magnesium Alloy with Consideration of Material Property"
and his research activities in cold forging.

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ICFG INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 2003

On the occasion of the 36th Plenary Meeting,
the prize was awarded to:

Dr.-Ing. Peter Marx

Institute of Materials, Physical Metallurgy
University of Darmstadt
Germany

in order to honour his paper presentation
"Mechanical Surface Preparation of Slugs in Cold Forging"
and his research activities in cold forging.

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ICFG INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 2001

On the occasion of the 34th Plenary Meeting,
the prize was awarded to:

Dipl.-Ing. Nicolas Tiesler

Chair of Manufacturing Technology
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Germany

in order to honour his paper presentation
"Microforming - size effects in friction and their influence on extrusion processes"
and his research activities in cold forging.

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ICFG INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 1998

On the occasion of the 31st Plenary Meeting,
the prize was awarded to:

Dipl.-Ing. Christian Hinsel

Chair of Manufacturing Technology
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Germany

in order to honour his paper presentation
"Advanced surface and coating technologies for improved tool life in cold forging"
and his research activities in cold forging.

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