David Tabor medal recipients

Professor Adrian Sutton
Imperial College London
For his definitive contributions to the nanophysics of interfaces in crystalline materials, atomic and electronic structures of surfaces, dislocations and kinks, current-induced mechanical instabilities in nanowires, and dislocation elastodynamics during shock loading.

Professor Geoffrey Thornton
University College London
For his contributions to understanding the physics and chemistry of oxide surfaces, using both scanned-probe and reciprocal-space techniques.

Professor Peter Beton
University of Nottingham
For pioneering work on molecular organisation and manipulation on surfaces, particularly in relation to molecular rolling, the formation of nanoporous templates and entropically stabilised molecular tilings.

Professor Andrew Turberfield
University of Oxford
For his seminal contributions to nano-science, in particular, for pioneering the technique of holographic lithography and DNA self-assembly.

Professor Richard Jones
University of Sheffield
For his innovative work characterising polymer surfaces and thin films; and for his more recent work in nanoscience, developing novel polymeric nanostructures and being involved with societal aspects of the field.

Professor David Ritchie
The University of Cambridge
For his highly accomplished experimental work in developing and fabricating novel semiconductor quantum devices with a wide range of applications. His work has re-defined the frontiers of semiconductor physics.

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