The 2017 Walter Hälg Prize - Call for Nominations
The prize was first made available to the European Neutron Scattering Association (ENSA) by a donation from the late Professor Walter Hälg who was the founder of neutron scattering in Switzerland. His wife Madeleine Hälg-Degen continues to sponsor the highly prestigious ENSA prize in his name. The Prize is awarded biennially to a European scientist for outstanding, coherent work in neutron scattering with long-term impact on scientific and/or technical neutron scattering applications. The previous winners were F. Mezei (1999), J. Brown (2001), R.A Cowley (2003), A. Furrer and H. U. Güdel (2005), J. Penfold (2007), D. Richter (2009), G. Lander (2011), J. Zaccai (2013) and H. Rauch (2015). The tenth award of the Prize (10’000 CHF) is to be made at a special ceremony at the International Conference on Neutron Scattering (ICNS 2017), the 9th to 13th July in Daejeon in Korea, together with the Asia Oceania Neutron Scattering Association Prize.
Eighth Erwin Felix Lewy Bertaut Prize to Linda Reinhard
The Eighth Erwin Felix Lewy Bertaut Prize of the European Crystallographic Association (ECA) and the European Neutron Scattering Association (ENSA) is awarded to Dr Linda Reinhard from the Karolinska Institutet @ DESY, Hamburg, Germany.
2015 Walter Hälg Prize
It is a great pleasure to announce that the 2015 Walter Hälg Prize has been awarded to Prof Dr Helmut Rauch for his outstanding and seminal contributions to the fundamental aspects of neutron physics and optics and many related aspects of quantum physics.
Neutrons for Science and Technology
This brochure highlights some typical work from the academic and industrial user communities that has been chosen to illustrate the scope and potential of neutrons -
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