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EVENTS 2019
MARCH 2019
  1. Technical Sciences. Industial Management, XI² International Conference for Young Researchers, Borovets, Bulgaria, 13 – 16 March 2019, dedline 15 December 2018

  2. ICHED, International Conference on High Energy Density Science, University College, Oxford, UK, 31 March - 5 April 2019

APRIL 2019
  1. History of Physics in London Universities, Institute of Physics, London, UK, 24 April 2019

MAY 2019
  1. Discoveries that changed the world: Chadwick and Meitner, Queen’s Building, University of Bristol, UK, 7 May 2019

  2. 1st International Congress on the History of Science in Education, Vila Real, Portugal, 30 May - 1 June 2019

JUNE 2019
  1. 3rd International Summer School for Sciences, History, Philosophy and Foundations of Sciences, Applied Sciences, Technology, and Education, Lille University, France, 3-6 June 2019, 8:30-17:30

  2. Einstein – Das Jahrhundertgenie (1879–2019), Im Rahmen der Wochen der deutschen Sprache, Sofia Universitat, Institut fur Germanistik und Skandinavistik und Osterreichische Bibliothek "Dr. Wolfgang Kraus", 1 Halle des Rektorats am 5 Juni 2019 (18:00)

3. The Centenary of Transmutation, IoP History of Physics Group, University of Manchester, UK, 8 June 2019

4. RAD7 Seventh International Conference on Radiation in Various Fields of Research, Hunguest Hotel Sun Resort, Herceg Novi, Montenegro, 10-14 June 2019

5. BIOMATH 2019, Multidisciplinary conference for researchers who develop and apply mathematical and computational tools in biology, ecology, medicine, biotechnology, environmental science, etc. will take place at Research and Conference Center of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Bedlewo (30 km from Poznan), Poland from 16 to 22 June 2019

6. Space Time, European Society of Literature, Science and Arts, Athens, 25-28 June 2019

7. InSITE Informing Science and IT Education, Jerusalem College of Technology, Jerusalem, Israel, 30 June 2019 - 5 July 2019

JULY 2019
  1. 15th International History, Philosophy and Science Teaching Group Biennial Conference Re-introducing science: Sculpting the image of science for education and media in its historical and philosophical background, Thessaloniki, Greece, 15-19 July 2019

SEPTEMBER 2019
  1. ICQNN'2019 International Conference of Quantum, Nonlinear and Nanophotonics, Sofia University, 2-4 September 2019

  2. Science in Different Cultures and Civilizations, 1st Conference of the International Academy of the History of Science, Athens, Greece, 12-15 September 2019

  3. Scientific Legacy of the Third Baron Rayleigh, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, Free School Lane, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 19 Sep 2019, 10:00 to 17:30

  4. History for Physics, Quantum Foundation, Symposium Series, Faculty for Physics, University of Vienna, 23-24 September 2019

OCTOBER 2019
  1. Improving Scientific Literacy for All Students, Beijing Normal University, 29-30 October 2019

NOVEMBER 2019
  1. History for Physics, Quantum Gravity, Symposium Series, Max Plank Institute for Gravitational Physics, Albert Einstein Institute, Potsdam-Golm, 28-29 November 2019

INTERNATIONAL AWARDS

  1. UNESCO, ICT in Education Prize, deadline for nominations 31 October 2019

  2. Fellowship Master after master level specialisation in aeronautics and aerospace turbomachinary and propulsion environmental and applied fluid dynamics for short 3 monts or full academic year at von Karmen Institut for Fluid Dynamics, Brussels, Belgium.

  3. For Women in Science, The L’Oreal Foundation and UNESCO International Awards 2019 Edition

  4. Lise Meitner Prize for Nuclear Science will be given by the Nuclear Physics Division of the European Physical Society

  5. Turriano ICOHTEC Prize for books on the history of technology (2500 Euro). Winner will receive 500 Euro in additional support of travelling to the conference to receive the prize.

  6. Maurice Daumas Prize for articles on the history of technology (500 Euro, deadline 15 January 2018). The winner will receive a cash prize of Euro 500 as well as a travel grant of Euro 300 (if needed) to attend the ICOHTEC Symposium to receive the prize

  7. Early Career prizes, European Physical Society awards for individuals with substantial contribution to the development or reputation of physics in Europe

  8. European Foundation Centre Award for Responsible Research and Inovation


Royal Society Awards
  1. Rumford Medal is awarded for outstanding researcher in the field of physics

  2. Royal Society Athena Prize

  3. Copley Medal is awarded annually for outstanding achievements in any branch of science made by experiment or otherwise. It is the world's oldest scientific prize first awarded in 1731 from Godfrey Copley FRS (1653 – 1709) who donated 1000 pounds for improving natural knowledge

  4. Royal Medals are three Royal Medals awarded annually for most important contributions “to the advancement of Natural Knowledge” in the physical and biological sciences. The third medal is awarded for distinguished contributions in the applied sciences

  5. Bakerian Medal and Lecture is awarded annually in physical sciences. It was established by Henry Baker FRS (1698 – 1774)

  6. Davy Medal is awarded annually to an outstanding researcher in the field of chemistry. It was first awarded in 1877

  7. Gabor Medal is awarded to an outstanding researcher in the field of interdisciplinary work between the life sciences with other disciplines. Dennis Gabor (05.06.1900 – 09.02.1979) is engineer, Nobel Prize winner and inventor of holography

  8. Hughes Medal is awarded biennially (in odd years) to an outstanding researcher in the field of energy. David E. Hughes (1831 – 1900) is a scientist and musician. He invented the first microphone. The medal is awarded annually. It is accompanied by a gift of 2,000 Pounds

  9. Kavli Education Medal is awarded for impact in the field of science, mathematics and computing education. It is accompanied by a gift of 1,000 Pounds

  10. Kavli Medal and Lecture is awarded for excellence in all fields of science and engineering relevant to the environment. It is accompanied by a gift of 1,000 Pounds

  11. Leverhulme Medal is awarded for an outstanding researcher in the field of chemical engineering and applied chemistry. It is accompanied by a gift of 2,000 Pounds

  12. Michael Faraday Prize and Lecture

    Royal Society Rosalind Franklin Award and Lecture is awarded to a women with critical contribution in science. It is accompanied by a grant of 30,000 Pounds

  13. Milner Award and Lecture is awarded for outstanding achievement in computer science by a European researcher. Professor Robin Milner FRS (1934-2010), a pioneer in computer science

  14. Sylvester Medal is awarded to an outstanding researcher in the field of mathematics. It is accompanied by a gift of 2,000 Pounds

  15. Wilkins-Bernal-Medawar Medal and Lecture is given for excellence in a subject relating to the history of science, philosophy of science or the social function of science. It is accompanied by a gift of 2,000 Pounds

  16. The Royal Society Innovation Awards will be available each year of up to 250,000 Euro: one for research in the Physical sciences and one for research in the Biological sciences.

Accademia Delle Scienze di Torino Awards
Tel. 011.562.0047 – Fax 011.532.619 – Mail to: presidenza@accademiadellescienze.it
The nomination must be accompanied by an exhaustive statement of the reasons for proposing the candidate, by a short curriculum, and a list of the most important publications.
  1. Angiola Gili and Cataldo Agostinelli: International Prize amounting to ˆ 10.000, to a scientist who has achieved distinction in the field of Applied or Theoretical Mechanics or Classic Mathematical Physics during the last ten years. The nomination must reach this Academy by the 31st March 2018.

  2. Modesto Panetti e Carlo Ferrari: International Prize amounting to ˆ 10.000, to a living scientist who is particularly distinguished for his research in the field of Applied Mechanics

Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei Awards

Luigi Tartufari gives four International awards for the academic year 2017–2018 : one to Mathematics; one to Astronomy, one to Physics and Chemistry, and one to the Molecular, cellular and evolutionary biology (in the amount of 25 000 Euro each)

Antonio Feltrinelli Giovani Four National Prizes in Archeology, Art and Poetry Criticism, Legal Sciences and Social and Politics Sciences will be awarded to Italian Scholars under the age of 40 who have achieved results of autstanding originality independence and international significance, in the amount of 50 000 each. Nomination may be submited by the Lincei Fellows and the Presidents of Italian and foreign Academies

Institute of Physics Awards

Isaac Newton Medal and Prize, International award, nominations open on 19 November 2019 and close on 13 January 2020

President’s medal

International bilateral awards for relationships between IoP and physical societies in Germany, France, Italy and Australia.

  1. Max Born Medal and Prize – set up in 1972 for physicist based in Germany or the UK/Ireland

  2. Fernand Holweck Medal and Prize – for physicist based in France or the UK/Ireland

  3. Giuseppe Occhialini Medal and Prize – given since 2007 for physicist based in Italy or the UK/Ireland

  4. Harrie Massey Medal and Prize – set up in 1988 for physicist with an association to Australia

Gold Medals

  1. Paul Dirac Medal and Prize is specifically for theoretical, mathematical and computational physics given since 1985

  2. Michael Faraday Medal and Prize for experimental physics established in 2008

  3. Richard GlazebrookMedal and Prize for leadership instituted in 1965

  4. Katharine Burr Blodgett Medal and Prize for application of physics in an industrial or commercial context

  5. Bragg Medal and Prize for physics education

  6. William Thomson, Lord Kelvin Medal and Prize for public engagement in physics instituted in October 1994

Silver Subject Medals nominations open on 19 November and close on 13 January 2020

  1. John William Strutt, Lord Rayleigh Medal and Prize for theoretical (including mathematical and computational) physics

  2. Sam Edwards Medal and Prize for contributions in soft matter physics

  3. Rosalind Franklin Medal and Prize for distinguished contributions to physics applied to the life sciences including biological physics comes with a prize of 1,000 Pounds and a certificate. Rosalind Franklin is a x-ray crystallographer who understands structure of DNA

  4. Nevill Mott Medal and Prize for contributions to condensed matter or materials physics

  5. David Tabor Medal and Prize for contributions to surface or nanoscale physics

  6. Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin Medal and Prize for contributions to plasma, solar or space physics

  7. Edward Appleton Medal and Prize comes with 1,000 Pounds and a certificate for contributions to environmental, Earth or atmospheric physics

  8. Thomas Young Medal and Prize comes with 1,000 Pounds and a certificate for contributions to optics

  9. Joseph Thomson Medal and Prize comes with 1,000 Pounds and a certificate for contributions to atomic or molecular physics

  10. Ernest Rutherford Medal and Prize comes with 1,000 Pounds and a certificate for contributions to nuclear physics

  11. James Chadwick Medal and Prize comes with 1,000 Pounds and a certificate for contributions to particle physics

  12. Fred Hoyle Medal and Prize comes with 1,000 Pounds and a certificate for contributions to astrophysics, gravitational physics or cosmology

  13. James Joule Medal and Prize comes with 1,000 Pounds and a certificate for contributions to applied physics

  14. Dennis Gabor Medal and Prize comes with 1,000 Pounds and a certificate for contributions to the application of physics in an industrial, commercial or business context since 1923. Dennis Gabor is a Hungarian – British physicist. He invented the technique of holography, a method of photographical recording and reproducing three dimensional images and received the Nobel Prize in Physics (1971)

  15. Marie Curie-Sklodowska Medal and Prize comes with 1,000 Pounds and a certificate for contributions to physics education

  16. Lise Meitner Medal and Prize comes with 1,000 Pounds and a certificate for contributions to public engagement within physics

  17. Peter Mansfield Medal and Prize comes with 1,000 Pounds and a certificate for contributions to medical physics

Bronze Early Career Medals Nominations open on 19 November and close on 13 January 2020

  1. James Clerk Maxwell Medal and Prize comes with 1,000 Pounds and a certificate for contributions to theoretical (including mathematical and computational) physics

  2. Henry Moseley Medal and Prize comes with 1,000 Pounds and a certificate for contributions to experimental physics

  3. Clifford Paterson Medal and Prize comes with 1,000 Pounds and a certificate for contributions to the application of physics in an industrial or commercial context

  4. Jocelyn Bell Burnell Medal and Prize comes with 1,000 Pounds and a certificate for contributions to physics by a very early career female physicist

  5. Daphne Jackson Medal and Prize comes with 1,000 Pounds and a certificate for contributions to physics education

  6. Mary Somerville Medal and Prize comes with 1,000 Pounds and a certificate for contributions to public engagement in physics

Phillips Award for service to the Institute of Physics

Teachers of Physics Award celebrate the success of IoP secondary school physics teachers

Khwarizmi International Award in science and technology for researchers, inovators and inventors all over the worlk in Aerospase, Biotechnology, Environment, Electrical and Computer, Materials, Mechanics, Mechatronics, Information and Nanotechnology and Industry and Technology Management is implementing annualy since 1986

JOBS

Cerncourier        Brightrecruits        Physicaloxy

Job Vacancies, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

RESEARCH CENTERS

Fulbright Bulgarian-American Commission for Educational Exchange deadline for 2019 - 2020 academic year is 10 May 2018

CTR Carinthian Tech Research AG is a Center of excellence in southern Austria (Villach)
    INFN Instituto Nationale di Fisica Nucleare, Italy

RESEARCH FUNDS

Flanders Research Foundation

Swiss National Science Foundation

Czech Science Foundation


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