Elsevier Physics Prizes, Awards and Medals

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Prizes

Kai Siegbahn Prize

The Prize, established in honor of the founder of Nuclear Instruments and Methods A, will be awarded every two years and carries a €3,000 prize plus a travel allowance to the meeting at which the prize is awarded and a certificate citing the contributions made by the recipient. To recognize and encourage outstanding experimental achievement in synchrotron radiation research with a significant component of instrument development. Particular preference will be given to the development of synchrotron radiation spectroscopies.

More information? Contact Eleonora Presani


Frank Isakson Prize

This award recognizes outstanding optical research that leads to breakthroughs in the condensed matter sciences. The prize is awarded biennially in even-numbered years as a memorial to Frank Isakson. Supported by the journal Solid State Communications.

More information? Contact Frauke Muenzel


Kamerlingh Onnes Prize - For superconductivity experiments

The Kamerlingh Onnes Prize for Superconductivity Experiments is awarded every 3 years during the M2S-HTSC conference for outstanding experiments which illuminate the nature of Superconductivity other than materials. Supported by Physica C – Superconductivity and its Applications.

More information? Contact Carina Arasa Cid


Schieber Prize

The International Organization for Crystal Growth Schieber Prize, sponsored by the Journal of Crystal Growth is awarded to a young author to recognize his or her outstanding scientific publications in the field of Crystal Growth. The prize consists of travel and accommodation expenses (to a maximum of USD5000) to the ICCG conference and a certificate citing the contributions made by the recipient. The prize is awarded every 3 years during the ICCG conference.

More information? Contact Karien van Wetering


ICL Prize

All workers in the field of luminescence are eligible to be considered for the Prize. The award will recognize the accomplishments of an individual in theory, experiment, or in applications. The contributions must have had a recognizable impact on the science and technology of light emissive properties and materials. No time limitations are placed on the work to be cited. Supported by Journal of Luminescence.

More information? Contact Ysabel Ermers


Physica Prize
Annually during the Physica lecture to a prominent Physicist promoting Dutch Physics. Awarded by the NNV and the Stichting Physica, through royalties from the journals Physica A - E.

More information? Contact Karien van Wetering

Awards

2015 IUPAP Magnetism Award and Néel Medal

The IUPAP Magnetism Award and Néel Medal are awarded every three years to a scientist who has made extraordinary contributions to the field of magnetism. The award is the highest honor bestowed by the IUPAP Commission on Magnetism. Supported by the Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials.

More information? Contact Karien van Wetering


Cryogenics Best Paper Award

Every year the editors of our journal Cryogenics select a paper from the previous year that in their opinion was the most valuable contribution to the journal.

More information? Contact Carina Arasa Cid


Frans Habraken Best Paper Award

To recognize one young scientist for his or her outstanding research in surface science. The journal Applied Surface Science is the official donor of the award, through Elsevier. The prize consists of a certificate and €1,000. The prize is awarded every year.

More information? Contact Carina Arasa Cid


Gerhard Ertl Young Investigator Award

To recognize one individual for his or her outstanding research in surface science. The journal Surface Science is the official donor of the award, through Elsevier. The prize consists of a certificate and €5,000. The prize is awarded every year by the DPG Surface Science Division at the DPG Spring Conference.

More information? Contact Carina Arasa Cid


JARI Enterprise Award

The JARI Medal, first given in 1980 by the Journal Applied Radiation and Isotopes, recognizes a senior scientist who has made outstanding contributions to the field of Radiation Physics.

More information? Contact José Stoop


Nicholas Metropolis Award

To recognize doctoral thesis research of outstanding quality and achievement in computational physics and to encourage effective written and oral presentation of research results. The award is supported by the Journal of Computational Physics.

More information? Contact Jeroen Oostinga


Nuclear Instruments and Methods A: Young Scientist Award

Nuclear Physics A: Young Scientist Awardconsisting of an award certificate and a monetary remuneration, has been created to honor young researchers for the best poster and best oral presentation.

More information? Contact Eleonora Presani


Photonics and Nanostructures – Fundamentals and Applications: Young Scientist Award

Qualifications for the award include: awardees are under 40 years of age, have published a paper in PNFA, and have not been a previous award winner. The final selection will be determined by the number of citations received for the paper published in PNFA by the nominee.

More information? Contact Ysabel Ermers


Physics Innovation Award

The Physics Innovation Award is a competition inviting the Physics communities to come up with original ideas for innovative web-based tools to enrich the online article.

More information? Contact Mareike Gutschner


Solid State Ionics Best Paper Award

Sponsoring the Solid State Ionics Best Paper Awards

More information? Contact Carina Arasa Cid


JQSRT young scientist awards

These JQSRT young scientist awards were established in 2007 to acknowledge  contributions from talented young researchers under the age of 37. The JQSRT  awards in the categories of Radiative Transfer and Electromagnetic Scattering  are named after Raymond Viskanta and Peter C. Waterman, respectively.

More  information? Contact José Stoop


Poynting Award on Radiative Transfer

The Poynting Award is established in honor of John Henry Poynting, whose fundamental work on the direction and magnitude of electromagnetic energy flow eventually became the foundation of the radiative transport theory. This Elsevier Award will be administered by the Editors and Publisher of the Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer.

More information? Contact José Stoop


Van de Hulst Light-Scattering Award

The Award is meant to celebrate the life-time achievement of an individual scientist who has made a landmark contribution to the research field of electromagnetic scattering by particles and its applications. The Award will be administered by the Editorial Board and Publisher of the Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer.

More information? Contact José Stoop


Elsevier Benedict Spectroscopy Award

The Benedict Spectroscopy Award is introduced in honor of William S. Benedict, and honors the life-time contributions and achievements of a scientist who has made a landmark impact on spectroscopy research and its applications. This Elsevier Award will be administered by the Editors and Publisher of the Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer.

More information? Contact José Stoop

Medals

IUVSTA Elsevier Students Awards

Supported by Applied Surface Science.

More information? Contact Carina Arasa Cid


JARI Medal Award

The JARI Medal, first given in 1980 by the Journal of Applied Radiation and Isotopes, recognizes a senior scientist who has made outstanding contributions to the field of Radiation Physics. The JARI Enterprise Award is presented for “outstanding work in the radiation sciences, the nature of the research being recognized to be of a leading and challenging nature”. Nominees for the Enterprise Award are selected by a committee of the winner of the JARI Medal, and the Editors of Applied Radiation and Isotopes.

More information? Contact José Stoop


John H. Dillon Medal

To recognize outstanding research accomplishments by young polymer physicists who have demonstrated exceptional research promise early in their careers. Recognition consists of US$2,000, up to US$1,000 allowance for travel to the meeting of the Society at which the award is being presented, a bronze medallion, and a certificate.

More information? Contact José Stoop