Landauer Medal

Landauer Medal

The Rolf Landauer Medal of the International ETOPIM Association is awarded during ETOPIM meetings. The next Rolf Landauer Medal will be awarded in 2021 in Besançon, France. Previous recipients are:

                  2009: Rolf Landauer (Inaugural presentation, awarded posthumously)

                  2012: David Bergman and Graeme Milton 

                  2015: Vladimir Shalaev and Costas Soukoulis

                  2018: Ross Mc Phedran and Ping Sheng

The award is open to all researchers in the area of inhomogeneous media, and it is for outstanding achievements in that area, either recent or over an entire career. At most two scientists, with closely related work, can be proposed in a single nomination. A nomination letter and two supporting letters, curriculum vitae, list of publications, and the address of (or link to) the nominee’s website, if available, should be submitted not later than 31 May 2020. It has been decided to postpone the deadline for nominations, due to the difficulties connected to the Corona epidemic. 

The selection committee will consist of three distinguished scientists. This material should be sent to David J. Bergman, the current president of ETOPIM Society, c/o Nina Wolff A hard copy is also acceptable. It should be sent to Nina Wolff, School of Physics and Astronomy, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel IL-69978. It should reach that destination not later than the deadline indicated above,

We look forward to receiving your nominations.

The ETOPIM Executive Council

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