ITA seeks nominations for $20,000 Titanium Applications Development Award

May 1, 2012

May 1, 2012

The International Titanium Association (ITA), Denver, CO, USA, is seeking nominations for its sixth annual Titanium Development Award, which features a top prize of US$20,000.

The award winner will be recognised at TITANIUM 2012, the 28th annual conference and exhibition, which will be held October 7-10th at the Hilton Atlanta, 255 Courtland Street NE.

The deadline to submit nominations is May 21st. An online version of the nomination form may be downloaded (in a PDF format) directly from the ITA’s Web site here (PDF)

Brett Paddock, president and chief executive officer of Titanium Industries Inc., Rockaway, NJ, is the committee chair for the ITA’s Applications Development Award. Jennifer Simpson, Executive Director of the ITA, said the Applications Development Award represents the continuing efforts of the ITA to support and inspire its members as well as promote new global business initiatives for the use of titanium.

The award is open to ITA members and non-members alike. Nominations are sought for individuals, teams or organizations from the global titanium industry or academic community that demonstrate significant achievement towards improving and expanding the use of titanium.

Completed nomination forms must reach the ITA no later than May 21st to be considered for the 2012 award.

For more information visit the association’s Web site at   


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