Nuclear Physics Early Career Researcher Prize
This annual prize is for a promising early career scientist with not more than five years research experience who has made an outstanding contribution to nuclear physics.
The prize is £300. The winner is invited to present their work at the annual IOP Nuclear Physics Conference.
- work in the nuclear industry
- work in the applications of nuclear physics
- have less than five years research experience
Postgraduate and postdoctoral work is included in the qualifying period of a maximum of five years research experience.
What is not included in the maximum five year qualifying period:
- career breaks
- pastime study
- time employed in unrelated physics-based research. Please include a brief career history if this is the case
We also support nominations from students themselves, as long as they have the support of their supervisor.
Deadline for nomination forms for the next award was: 2 March 2020
Deadline for supporting statements for the next award was: 9 March 2020
Download a nomination form (Word, 62KB).
2018 Dr Robert Shearman, University of Surrey
2017 Dr Ronald Garcia Ruiz, University of Manchester
2016 Dr Frank Brown, University of Brighton
2015 Dr Daniel Doherty, University of York
2013 Kara Lynch, The University of Manchester
2012 Liam Gaffney, University of Liverpool
2011 Matthew Reed, University of Surrey
2010 Edward Simpson, University of Surrey