Nominations are now open for the new Edison Volta Prize of the European Physical Society [EPS]. The award – intended to promote excellence in research – will be given in recognition of outstanding achievements in physics.
The EPS Edison Volta Prize will be given biannually to individuals or groups of up to three people. The award consists of a diploma, a medal, and 10,000 euros in prize money.
“The EPS Edison Volta Prize has been launched to establish a prestigious prize that covers the whole of physics”, says EPS Secretary General David Lee.
Nominations should include the nominee’s personal details, including biographical statements, citations highlighting their work of the nominee and up to three statements of support from individuals who are familiar with such.
The deadline for nominations is 31 July this year. For more information, please visit the European Physical Society website.