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101. 2019 John William Strutt, Lord Rayleigh Medal and Prize (Score: 1.0000)
Professor Nigel Cooper for profound contributions to the quantum theory of many-particle systems, concerning both topological phases of cold atoms in artificial gauge fields and novel phenomena in electronic materials. Through an analysis of experimental measurements of the magnetization oscillations in a Kondo insulator, Johannes Knolle and Cooper showed that the standard theory of quantum oscillations, held for over 50 years, is incomplete: whereas quantum oscillations were assumed to ...
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102. 2019 Ernest Rutherford Medal and Prize (Score: 1.0000)
Professor Philip Walker for advances in understanding metastable nuclear states: their origins, properties and applications. Philip Walker has made breakthroughs in both the study and exploitation of nuclear isomers ' metastable nuclear states ' impacting our understanding, the sensitivity of spectroscopic techniques, the prospect of high-spin radioactive beams, and recently, the exciting possibility for future energy storage and coherent gamma-ray emission. The advances made by Walker, ...
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103. 2019 Cecelia Payne-Gaposchkin Medal and Prize (Score: 1.0000)
Indeed, all plasmas in astrophysics and the laboratory are permeated by small-scale plasma turbulence which regulates the large-scale dynamics and transport properties. Schekochihin has clarified mechanisms for dissipation of energy via turbulence in plasmas from the solar wind to the tokamak. In addition to his research accomplishments, Schekochihin has formed and led a world leading plasma physics group at Oxford and, together with W Dorland, brought the Journal of Plasma Physics back to ...
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104. 2019 Nevill Mott Medal and Prize (Score: 1.0000)
Professor Stephen Hayden for pioneering studies of spin and charge excitations in cuprate superconductors and other strongly correlated electron systems. Stephen Hayden is a world-renowned experimental physicist distinguished for use of novel neutron scattering techniques in studying collective magnetic excitations in superconductors and other strongly correlated electron materials. Hayden has made seminal discoveries in the field of high-temperature cuprate superconductors throughout his ...
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105. 2019 Lise Meitner Medal and Prize (Score: 1.0000)
These events include exhibits at national and local science festivals, teacher masterclasses, research projects for secondary schools and adventure sessions for primary schools. Organisations with which Lazzeroni works include the Royal Society (three Partnership Grants), the Science and Technology Facilities Council (Public Engagement Fellowship), the Institute of Physics, the Association of Science Education, the Ogden Trust, the Prince's Trust the Institute for Research in Schools, the ...
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106. 2019 James Joule Medal and Prize (Score: 1.0000)
Hadfield completed his PhD at the University of Cambridge in 2003.' As a postdoctoral researcher at the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (2003-2007), Hadfield integrated fibre-coupled SNSPDs into closed-cycle refrigeration systems, eliminating reliance on liquid cryogens. Hadfield’s work has been recognized by several prestigious awards: the Institute of Refrigeration J&E Hall Gold Medal (2012) and the Institute of Physics Superconductivity Group Brian Pippard Prize (...
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107. 2019 Fred Hoyle Medal and Prize (Score: 1.0000)
The so-called Saumon-Chabrier theory, extending Gilles Chabrier's pioneering work, represented the first complete theory of hydrogen pressure ionization, a long standing problem in physics. Chabrier also thoroughly explored the physics of phase transitions in white dwarfs and, with his student Segretain, showed that crystallization of the carbon-oxygen mixture in their interiors leads to a substantial cooling delay. With his main collaborators, Baraffe and Allard, he developed a complete ...
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108. 2019 Rosalind Franklin Medal and Prize (Score: 1.0000)
Ruth Cameron, an IOP fellow since 2010, has an outstanding record in the physics of regenerative medicine and pharmaceutical delivery. Cameron's research on the physics of ice-templating in regenerative medicine applies physical principles to the use of ice to create heterogeneous, biochemically functionalised 3D environments for cells. Cameron has made pioneering studies of carbohydrates, medical polyurethanes and the physical mechanisms of degradation, deformation and drug release from ...
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109. 2019 Sam Edwards Medal and Prize (Score: 1.0000)
Professor Wilson Poon for his outstanding contributions to the fundamental study of condensed matter physics, statistical physics and biophysics using model colloidal systems. Using these beautiful systems, Poon, together with collaborators Stefan Egelhaaf, Peter Pusey, Mike Cates, Henk Lekerkerker and Emanuela Zaccarelli, addressed fundamental questions in condensed matter physics such as the nature of the liquid state and of kinetic arrest in glasses and gels. For his sustained and ...
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110. 2019 James Chadwick Medal and Prize (Score: 1.0000)
Professor Ian Shipsey for his elucidation of the physics of heavy quarks, the development of the enabling instrumentation, and leadership of scientific collaborations. Ian Shipsey is renowned for the elucidation of the physics of beauty and charm quarks. Shipsey made leading contributions to the design, construction and commissioning of key CLEO instrumentation: the muon and silicon vertex detectors.
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