Phillips Award

The Phillips Award was established in 2011 to recognise individuals who have given distinguished service to the Institute of Physics (IOP).

Major C E S Phillips was one of the founders of the Institute of Physics in 1920 and served as Honorary Treasurer from 1929 to 1945. He was a distinguished pioneer in medical physics and also served as President of the British Institute of Radiology in 1930-31 and Honorary Secretary of the Royal Institution.

Terms
Awards shall be made for:

  • Innovative ideas or activities which have made a major contribution to IOP objectives
  • A leading role in one or more of the Groups, Divisions and Branches
  • A leading role in the Institute‚Äôs formal governance - Council, its Boards and Committees
  • A significant contribution to external influence of IOP

Nominations
Nominations for 2014 are now open and close on Monday 31 March 2014. The nomination form can be downloaded here (DOC, 67 KB).

Winners

  • View the recipients of the award's citations.

last edited: February 21, 2014