IUPAP Commission C18 (Mathematical Physics) is calling for nominations for the IUPAP Early Career Scientist Prize in Mathematical Physics (formerly known as Young Scientist Prize) .
The prize recognises exceptional achievements in mathematical physics by scientists at relatively early stages of their careers. It is awarded triennially to up to three young scientists satisfying the following criteria:
- The recipients of the awards in a given year should have a maximum of 8 years of research experience (excluding career interruptions) following their PhD, on January 1 of that year (in this case, 1 January 2024).
- The recipients should have performed original work of outstanding scientific quality in mathematical physics.
- Preference may be given to young mathematical physicists from under- represented groups and geographical regions.
- The awards will be presented at the International Congress of Mathematical Physics in July 2024 in Strasbourg.
Your nomination should include:
- a brief description of the achievements of the candidate that supports the nomination
- your curriculum vitae (CV)
- a list of publications (or current links to that information online).
Please submit your nomination to:
The deadline for nominations is 30 September 2023.
See further information about the prize, including past recipients.