Nominations procedure

The Institute of Physics is now seeking nominations for the 2014 awards, and we need your help to nominate the most outstanding physicists in their respective fields of physics.

Those wishing to make a nomination are asked complete a nomination form (Word, 82 KB). There is also a guidance note (PDF, 176 KB) to help you to complete the form and which provides further information about the procedure for selection.

The closing date for the receipt of nominations is Friday 24 January 2014. Completed nomination forms should be emailed to awards@iop.org.

The Awards Committee welcomes nominations from the business and industry communities as well as for women physicists and physicists from ethnic minorities.

For the 2014 Awards we are seeking nominations for the following medals and prizes:

International medal

  • Isaac Newton medal

International bilateral awards

  • Born medal
  • Holweck medal
  • Occhialini medal

Gold medals

  • Dirac medal
  • Faraday medal
  • Glazebrook medal
  • Swan medal

Education and outreach awards

  • Bragg medal
  • Kelvin medal

Subject awards

The following subject awards are made in even-dated years only and so are sought for 2014:

  • Appleton medal
  • Franklin medal
  • Gabor medal
  • Hoyle medal
  • Rutherford medal
  • Thomson medal

Early career awards

Early career awards are presented to individuals in the first 12 years of their research career

  • Maxwell medal
  • Moseley medal
  • Paterson medal

If you would like to nominate someone for honorary fellowship, please click here.