The Outstanding Achievement Award represents the highest expression of
recognition for sustained advancement of ICES
This award recognizes outstanding performance by a member of the ICES community whose career has been distinguished by a continued commitment to excellence in endeavours of science, research, and leadership.
Leadership will have been demonstrated by the
individual’s scientific achievements and sustained commitment to building ICES as a vibrant
international institution adapted to future needs, and enhancing the value of
ICES to its clients.
Collectively, the individual’s contributions will have greatly influenced and enriched the ICES community and ICES programmes over a sustained period.
Recognition will emphasize contributions to science and its application to policy. Additionally, the Award recognizes efforts in support of colleagues
and mentoring of young scientists.
The Outstanding Achievement Award is presented each year at the Annual Science Conference (ASC). In 2017 we encourage nominations for mid-career scientists.
Peter Wiebe (on the left) receives the Outstanding Achievement Award from Pierre Petitgas, the Chair of the Awards Committee at the 2016 Annual Science Conference.
2016 Peter H. Wiebe (US)
2015 Adriaan D. Rijnsdorp (the Netherlands)
2014 Bill Karp (USA)
2013 Odd Magnar Nakken (Norway)
2012 John Pope (UK)
2011 Michael P. Sissenwine (USA)
2010 Harald Loeng (Norway)
2009 Jake Rice (Canada)
2008 Niels Daan (the Netherlands)
2005 David de G. Griffith (Ireland)