Felix Weinberg prize
This award is for the best paper presented at the group’s Early Career Young Researchers meeting, held every two years.
Nominees will have received a research degree in the last five years, allowing for career breaks, and are:
- research students
- researchers in the early stages of their careers
The sub-committee accepts submissions and strives to achieve a balance of topics between:
- experimental and modelling
- industrial and academic
Candidates are judged by a panel of at least three members of the combustion community. The prize is awarded for the best presentation and judging is based on an assessment of both subject matter and delivery.
Candidates for all awards are selected by a sub-committee of the Combustion Physics Group. They cannot serve on the prize committee. Winners are announced at a Combustion Physics Group meeting.