In 1998, David Schmidt was presented with this Advanced Technology Award from the International Hall of Fame (sponsored by the Inventors Clubs of America) for his work in developing a catalyst for accumulating minerals from sea water to form a new type of cement. The novel invention was aptly dubbed “SEA-MENT.”
In 1999, David Schmidt was presented with the Advanced Technology Award for the second year in a row. The International Hall of Fame (sponsored by the Inventors Clubs of America) recognized David for his work in developing a metal alloy that served as a catalyst for producing hydrogen and oxygen gas from water – something that had never been done before!
In 1999, the Award Committee for the International Hall of Fame, sponsored by the Inventors Club of America, selected David Schmidt to receive an Honorary Degree, Doctor of Science and Technology, for his work in the biomedical field as well as his contribution to the research of metal alloys. The International Hall of Fame was an organization that was established to honor and recognize exceptional work by inventors.
The “Cambridge Who’s Who” Registry is a detailed compilation of biographies of executives, professionals and entrepreneurs across a wide variety of industries. Inclusion in the registry is limited to individuals who have demonstrated leadership and achievement in their industry and occupation. David Schmidt was selected for inclusion in the registry’s 2008-2009 edition and was recognized as a Lifetime Member.
In April 2009, the worst earthquake Italy has seen in three decades struck the historic central Italian city of L’Aquila. The disaster killed hundreds, left tens of thousands homeless and injured more than 1,500 people. LifeWave responded by donating patches to help emergency response workers, volunteers and victims cope with the aftermath of this catastrophe.
In recognition of LifeWave’s efforts, an emissary from the office of the Mayor of Rome presented David Schmidt with this gold coin in front of a crowd of more than 800 who were gathered for LifeWave’s open meeting at the Ergife Palace Hotel in Rome on October 25, 2009.
The International Observatory of Discomfort is a society whose mission is to recognize people and organizations that aid in the relief of international suffering. Members of the organization had observed IceWave being used in Italy with remarkable effectiveness. As a result, Professor Angelo Marra,
From November 10-14, 2009, LifeWave celebrated its five-year anniversary in style – with an unforgettable Caribbean cruise. On the last day of that journey, LifeWave staff members, with the enthusiastic support of the entire field, presented David Schmidt with this striking commemorative crystal sculpture.
Purple Heart Award
David was presented with a statue of a Naval Corpsman attending to the wounded, which symbolizes help given to the suffering during crucial moments of need. This was the first presentation of the award in the history of the MOPH, and David is extraordinarily honored to be chosen as the inaugural recipient of this very special honor!