High Energy Particle Physics Group Prize

This prize is awarded to an early career researcher for outstanding contributions to particle physics research. 


The prize is £500 and a certificate.

Winners

2021

Josh McFayden

For his contributions to electroweak physics at the Large Hadron Collider.

2020

Paula Alvarez

For her contributions to flavour physics.

2019

Rebecca Chislett

For her leadership in data analysis and in muon experiments.

2018

Asher Kaboth

For his leadership in experimental and analytical methods in neutrino and dark-matter physics.

2017

Dr Marco Gersabeck

For his leadership in the area of charmed meson physics.

2016

Dr Sarah Malik

For her pioneering role in dark-matter searches at colliders.

2015

Tom Blake

For his leadership in the study of rare B-meson decays and lepton universality violation and other measurements at the LHCb (the Large Hadron Collider beauty experiment).

2014

Justin Evans

For his contributions to world-leading neutrino oscillation measurements at MINOS.

2013

Jeff Hartnell

For his contributions to neutrino physics.

2012

Christian Schwanenberger

For his contributions to top quark physics at the Tevatron.

2011

Chris Lester

For developing SUSY analysis techniques for the Large Hadron Collider.

2010

Chris Parkes

For his wide-ranging software, hardware and analysis achievements in particle physics.