To recognize and encourage outstanding work in atomic physics or surface physics. Responsibility for this Prize is shared with DAMOP
To recognize outstanding optical research that leads to breakthroughs in the condensed matter sciences.
Established to assist the professional development and careers of grad student researchers.
To recognize outstanding research in theoretical statistical physics including the quantum fluids. Sponsored by DCMP in conjunction with the Topical Group on Statistical Physics.
To recognize and encourage outstanding theoretical or experimental contributions to condensed matter physics.
To recognize doctoral thesis research of exceptional quality and importance in experimental condensed matter or experimental materials physics.
To honor and celebrate the achievements of an individual who has excelled as a scientist and who has made significant contributions to nanoscience and nanomaterials—areas pioneered by Millie.
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