Prizes & Awards
FRITZ LONDON MEMORIAL PRIZE to be awarded at the
International Conference on Low Temperature Physics LT29 in Sapporo, Japan.

The Fritz London Prize is awarded every three years to recognize scientists who have made outstanding contributions to the advances of the field of Low Temperature Physics.
In 2020, the London Prize is awarded to the following scientists:
Professor Frank Steglich
Professor Valerii Vinolur
Professor Qi-Kun Xue

More information and a list of the previous London Prize winners can be found:
http://phy.duke.edu/fritz-london-memorial-prize

SIMON MEMORIAL PRIZE to be awarded at the
International Conference on Low Temperature Physics LT29 in Sapporo, Japan, August 2020.

Professor Jukka Pekola from Aalto University is awarded the Simon Memorial Prize for fundamental achievements in quantum thermodynamics, metrology and cryogenics based on nanoscale electronic devices.

The Simon Memorial Prize, established in 1957, commemorates the outstanding contributions to science of Sir Francis Simon. The prize is an international prize with no restrictions on nationality. It is awarded for distinguished work in experimental or theoretical low temperature physics.

A full citation and list of previous winners can be found here at the Institute of Physics.

The Simon Memorial Prize is generously supported by Oxford Instruments Inc.

IUPAP Young Scientist Prize in Low Temperature Physics
to be awarded at the
International Conference on Low Temperature Physics LT29 in Sapporo, Japan.

The Young Scientist Prize in Low Temperature Physics recognizes exceptional achievements in Low Temperature Physics by scientists at a relatively junior stage of their career.
It is awarded by the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP), through Commission C5 (Low Temperature Physics).
In 2020, the Young Scientist Prize in Low Temperature Physics is awarded to the following scientists:
Dr. Samuli Autti
Dr. Ke Wang

More information on the Young Scientist Prize and the previous recipients can be found:
http://iupap.org/commissions/c5-low-temperature-physics/news/