C10: Structure and Dynamics of Condensed Matter

C10: Structure and Dynamics of Condensed Matter

The Commission on Structure and Dynamics of Condensed Matter (C10) was established by the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics in 1960 to promote the exchange of information and views among the members of the international scientific community in the general field of Condensed Matter Physics.

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C10 Young Scientist Prize 2017 nominations due 15 August 2016

The deadline for the nominations of the C10 2017 Young Scientist Prize in the Structure and Dynamics of Condensed Matter is 15 August 2016. Nominations should be sent to Commission Chair Professor J. Raynien Kwo.

Please click here for submission details

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C10 Young Scientist Prize 2016

Dr Wenzhong Bao, from Fudan University China, has been elected to be the Young Scientist Award winner for 2016.

“For his outstanding contribution in electrical and mechanical properties of the low-dimensional quantum materials.”

Wenzhong Bao received his B.S. degree in Nanjing University, China in 2006 and Ph.D. from Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of California, Riverside in 2011, then worked as a  postdoctoral researcher at University of Maryland, College Park. He has been at the present position since 2015.

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From left to right: Sharon Glotzer (University of Michigan), Chair DCMP; Wenzhong Bao (Fudan University), YSP C10 2016 winner; Laura Greene (National MagLab and Florida State University) DMP Past Chair and IUPAP C10 Vice Chair; John Mitchell (Argonne National Laboratory) DMP Chair

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The Young Scientist Award for the year 2015 was awarded to Prof Keji Lai.

The award was presented during the award session of DCMP and DMP on 3rd March 2015 (Tuesday).  It was part of the March meeting of The American Physical Society in San Antonio, Texas.

 

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The Young Scientist Award 2015 winner Prof Keji Lai (centre) with Prof Raynien Kwo (Left) and Prof Laura Green (Right)