The aim of the competition is promote powder metallurgy technology among young scientists at European academic institutions and to encourage undergraduate and postgraduate research.
It is open to all graduates of a European university whose theses, covering powder metallurgy, have been officially accepted or approved by the applicant's teaching establishment during the previous three years.
They will be judged by an international panel of PM experts from academia and industry, the EPMA said.
Winners are awarded prizes of €500 and €1,000 for masters and doctorate levels respectively, and complimentary registration to the Euro PM2023 Congress & Exhibition.
For more information, go here.
(Pictured is Dr Lukas Kaserer, 2022 winner in the doctorate category.)