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121. 2019 Michael Faraday Medal and Prize (Score: 1.0000)
Professor Roy Taylor for his extensive, internationally leading contributions to the development of spectrally diverse, ultrafast-laser sources and pioneering fundamental studies of nonlinear fibre optics that have translated to scientific and commercial application. Taylor was the first to demonstrate that the Erbium fibre amplifier, the backbone of optical communications, was capable of supporting the vast bandwidth of 100 femtosecond pulses and also reported the first all-fibre chirped ...
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122. 2019 Paul Dirac Medal and Prize (Score: 1.0000)
Professor R Keith Ellis for his seminal work in quantum chromodynamics (QCD) where he performed many of the key calculations that led to the acceptance of QCD as the correct theory of the strong interaction. Keith Ellis has made numerous seminal contributions to the theory of the strong interaction, QCD. He performed many of the key calculations that led to the acceptance of QCD as the correct theory. Other key results in establishing QCD as the correct theory were the radiative corrections ...
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123. Technician Award (Score: 1.0000)
The IOP Technician Award enables the community to recognise and celebrate the skills and experience of technicians and their contribution to physics. With the aim of raising the professional status of technicians, the IOP Technician Award highlights the diverse role of technicians in education, research and industry. The winner receives a prize of £1,000, a trophy and a certificate presented at the IOP annual awards dinner.
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124. Winners of the Teachers of Primary Science awards (Score: 1.0000)
You are here > About us > Institute of Physics awards > Teachers of Physics Award > Primary Science Award Nicola Waller, Primary Science Teacher, Science Education Unit, Tees Valley The Institute is a charity registered in England and Wales (no. 293851) and Scotland (no. SC040092).
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125. IOP Business Awards (Score: 1.0000)
have your award winning innovation highlighted in IOP marketing material and social networks. be able to participate in our Business Innovation and Growth Group, making connections to help build an even stronger business. Receiving the Business Start-Up Award is a quality seal for a product, validation that the physics and its implementation is sound and that the business concept has merit.
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126. Peter Mansfield Medal and Prize (Score: 1.0000)
History In 2018, Council established the Peter Mansfield and Prize. The physicist behind the medal Sir Peter Mansfield, a British physicist who made ground breaking discoveries while Professor at the University of Nottingham. Terms The award shall be made for distinguished contributions to medical physics.
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127. 2018 Daphne Jackson Medal and Prize (Score: 1.0000)
Dr Jess Wade of Imperial College London for acting as an internationally-recognised ambassador for STEM, enhancing engagement across a wide range of demographics, through sustained and stimulating community engagement and outreach. Dr Jess Wade is an Early Career Researcher in the Department of Physics at Imperial College London, where her research focuses on circularly polarising light-emitting diodes. Jess coordinated the 55-person UK team for the 6th International Women in Physics ...
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128. 2017 Mary Somerville Medal and Prize (Score: 1.0000)
Dr Jessamyn Fairfield of the National University of Ireland Galway, for stellar work as a speaker and writer on physics for a popular audience, and for having organised and hosted many innovative events bringing physics to the Irish public. She has spoken at Pint of Science, Festival of Curiosity, Dublin Maker Faire, Science Gallery, Inspirefest, Women in Physics Belfast, and many other events, and has also given two public lectures for the Institute of Physics in London, in October 2014 and ...
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129. Mary Somerville Medal Recipients (Score: 1.0000)
You are here > About us > Institute of Physics awards > Bronze Early Career Medals > Mary Somerville > Medallists 2017 Dr Jessamyn Fairfield National University of Ireland Galway For stellar work as a speaker and writer on physics for a popular audience, and for having organised and hosted many innovative events bringing physics to the Irish public. The Institute is a charity registered in England and Wales (no. 293851) and Scotland (no. SC040092).
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130. Mary Somerville Medal and Prize (Score: 1.0000)
The sponsorship is given to support the purchase of either or both the Daphne Jackson Medal and Prize or the Mary Somerville Medal and Prize, depending on which is awarded in the year. History In 2016 Council established the Mary Somerville Medal and Prize. The physicist behind the medal Mary Somerville was a Scottish science writer and polymath.
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