APS Prizes & Awards in the area of Statistical and Nonlinear Physics
To recognize a scientist or scientists whose work (theoretical, experimental or computational) has opened new vistas for statistical and / or nonlinear physics.
To recognize exceptional young scientists who have performed original doctoral thesis work of outstanding scientific quality in the area of statistical and nonlinear physics.
To recognize outstanding research in theoretical statistical physics including the quantum fluids. Sponsored by DCMP in conjunction with the Topical Group on Statistical Physics.
This award seeks to recognize the best-contributed talk at the APS March Meeting 2020 by a postdoctoral researcher in the area of Statistical and Nonlinear Physics.
Each year GSNP offers a Student Speaker Award for best-contributed talk at the March meeting by a graduate student in the area of Statistical and Nonlinear Physics.
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