CV (1000 words)
This section should provide appropriate evidence to complement and substantiate the main achievements outlined in the short and long citation.
You should not repeat information that has already been detailed in the above section.
For team nominations, please include any appropriate evidence from individual team members to complement and substantiate the main achievements of the team. For example, you may include a short summary of individual team members publications and other evidence that supports the overall nomination.
This should be written in a CV format.
Your evidence could include:
- Up to ten most relevant (and recent) publications – the scientific content is most important here
- Details of patents – the scientific content is most important to highlight here
- Publication metrics (e.g., H-index)
- Key collaborations and teamwork relevant to the contribution including interdisciplinary, academia-business, international, government
- Key projects instigated and implemented
- Funding attracted (public or private)
- Business growth metrics (if relevant) such as creation of products and services, new business models, generation of sales, employment for physicists
For physics education, you could provide evidence relating to how the nominee’s contribution has impacted the development of teachers, teaching materials, curriculum projects, the assessment process, research in physics education or diversity in physics education.
For public engagement in physics, you could provide evidence relating to how the nominee’s contribution has impacted research in public engagement, diversity in public engagement, engagement of non-physicists and underrepresented groups, inspiring the next generation of scientists, reach to local, national and international audiences.
For leadership in physics, you could provide evidence relating to how the nominee’s contribution has impacted organisational transformation within a physics context, creating significant impact for under-represented groups in physics, delivering economic and/or societal impact, £multi-million projects, collaborations and teamwork.