Claribel Dominguez obtains the iWOE26 poster prize

Claribel Dominguez obtains the iWOE26 poster prize

Claribel Dominguez, in the group of Prof. Jean-Marc Triscone (UNIGE), currently working on the exciting field of “oxide interface physics”, received the iWOE26 poster prize for her research “Engineering electronic coupling of metal-insulator phases at SmNiO3/NdNiO3 interfaces”. Nowadays, interfaces between different compounds are a recognized playground to manipulate the electronic phases of transition metal oxides….

Marta Gibert has won the iWOE prize for excellency in research

Marta Gibert has won the iWOE prize for excellency in research

Marta Gibert, professor at the University of Zurich, has won the iWOE prize for excellency in research. A prize for scientists below 40 who have demonstrated excellence in research in the field of oxide electronics. The prize was given at the iWOE26 meeting, in October, in Kyoto, Japan.

Masafumi Horio was awarded the High-Temperature Superconductivity Forum young scientist research prize

Masafumi Horio was awarded the High-Temperature Superconductivity Forum young scientist research prize

Masafumi Horio, in the group of Johan Chang at the University of Zürich, received the prestigious High-Temperature Superconductivity Forum young scientist research award at the Fall Japanese Physical Society meeting in Nagoya, Japan. This prize recognizes Masafumi Horio’s experimental contributions to both electron- and hole-doped cuprate superconductors.

Antoine Georges received the APS Aneesur Rahman Prize for Computational Physics

Antoine Georges received the APS Aneesur Rahman Prize for Computational Physics

The American Physical Society has awarded its 2020 Aneesur Rahman Prize for Computational Physics to Antoine Georges “for the development of the Dynamical Mean Field Theory as a tool for the computation of properties of strongly correlated materials.” Antoine Georges is a Professor at the Department of Quantum Matter Physics of the University of Geneva…

Irène Cucchi received the Flatlands 2019 poster prize

Irène Cucchi received the Flatlands 2019 poster prize

Irène Cucchi (group of F. Baumberger) receives the Flatlands 2019 poster prize for her work on two-dimensional (2D) materials entitled “Microfocus laser-ARPES on encapsulated mono-, bi- and few-layer 1T’-WTe2”. In this study, researchers at the University of Geneva measured for the first time the electronic structure of exfoliated air-sensitive flakes of van der Waals materials….

Nicola Spaldin received the Swiss Science Prize Marcel Benoist

Nicola Spaldin received the Swiss Science Prize Marcel Benoist

Nicola Spaldin, Professor of Materials Theory at the ETH Zurich and member of the MaNEP Steering Comittee received the Swiss Science Prize Marcel Benoist for her ground-breaking research into multiferroic materials, with which she has laid the foundations for new ultrafast and energy-efficient data storage technologies. Nicola Spaldin is the second woman to be awarded the…

Jennifer Fowlie received the Springer Thesis prize

Jennifer Fowlie received the Springer Thesis prize

Each year the Springer Thesis prize is awarded to a PhD work in order to recognise its scientific impact. This year, the 2018 prize in the field of physics was received by Jennifer Fowlie, who completed her PhD studies entitled “Electronic and structural properties of lanthanum nickelate-based heterostructures” in the group of Professor Jean-Marc Triscone…

Baptiste Hildebrand received the Chorafas Foundation prize

Baptiste Hildebrand received the Chorafas Foundation prize

Congratulations to Baptiste Hildebrand from UNIFR who received the Dimitris N. Chorafas Foundation scientific prize for his outstanding work in physics. This prize promotes excellence in scientific research in six areas, with a particular emphasis in life sciences and medicine, physics, chemistry, mathematics, informatics, as well as in engineering of finance and risk management.  …

Jennifer Fowlie obtained a Subside tremplin

Jennifer Fowlie obtained a Subside tremplin

Congratulations to Jennifer Fowlie in the group of Jean-Marc Triscone at UNIGE who obtained a Subside tremplin. This subside allows female researchers from the University of Geneva wishing to pursue an academic career, to release them from their academic duties during a defined period in order for them to focus on their own scientific research,…

Jean-Marc awarded an honorary doctorate

Jean-Marc awarded an honorary doctorate

Professor Jean-Marc has been awarded an honorary doctorate from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology for his work in pioneering interface engineering in functional oxides. Norwegian University of Science and Technology Group Triscone    

Dirk van der Marel named  APS « Outstanding Referee »

Dirk van der Marel named APS « Outstanding Referee »

Congratulations to Dirk van der Marel who has been named APS “Outstanding Referee”. The American Physical Society (APS) has selected 147 Outstanding Referees for 2018 that have demonstrated exceptional work in the assessment of manuscripts published in the Physical Review journals. A full list of the Outstanding Referees is available online. This highly selective Outstanding…

Johann Blatter and Vadim Geshkenbein receive the 2017 international Abrikosov Prize

Johann Blatter and Vadim Geshkenbein receive the 2017 international Abrikosov Prize

Congratulation to Johann Blatter and Vadim Geshkenbein, from ETHZ and both members of MaNEP, who received the 2017 international Abrikosov Prize in Vortex for their contribution to the field of Vortex Physics. This prize rewards outstanding achievements in the basic science of vortex behavior and correlated topics. Johann W. Blatter, Mikhail V. Feigel’man, Vadim B. Geshkenbein…

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