|The Zener Prize|
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Zener Gold Medal
|Awarded for||Outstanding contributions in materials science, physics, or materials physics|
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|Currently held by||Leszek B. Magalas (2017)|
|Number of laureates||23 prizes |
20 laureates of the Gold Medal as of 2017[update].
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The Zener Prize (also known as the Zener Gold Medal) is an international award bestowed in recognition of groundbreaking scientific discoveries within the fields of materials science and physics, with an emphasis on applications in mechanical spectroscopy and internal friction. Formerly named the ICIFUAS Prize (1965-1989), the Zener Prize was established in honor of the pioneering work on anelasticity by Clarence Zener († 2 July, 1993). The Zener Prize is presented by the Chancellery of the Zener Prize, which is chaired by the Chairman of the International Conference on Internal Friction and Mechanical Spectroscopy, ICIFMS, formerly the International Conference on Internal Friction and Ultrasonic Attenuation in Solids, ICIFUAS (1956-2002).
The Zener Prize, considered one of the most prestigious in materials science, may be awarded in recognition of an impactful individual discovery or for a substantial contribution to the fields of materials science and materials physics through a cumulative lifetime body of work. The Prize has been awarded to 23 individuals as of 2017. Each laureate of the Zener Prize receives a Zener Gold Medal and a diploma. Zener Gold Medal is struck in 20 karat gold and features a right profile image of Clarence Zener on the front side. The Zener Prize is not awarded posthumously.
Announcement of the 2017 Zener Prize[edit | edit source]
The Zener Prize was awarded to Leszek Bogumił Magalas for his paradigm-shifting research on mechanical spectroscopy of solids. Professor Leszek Bogumił Magalas resides at the AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków, Poland.
List of laureates[edit | edit source]
The number in the first column is the year the laureate received the Prize. A number with asterisk (*) means the person received the award while was working at the university/institution containing that asterisk. There have been three years in which the Prize was not awarded (1973, 1977 and 1981).
70 is the average age of the Laureates the year they were awarded the Prize.
University ranking by affiliation at the time of the award[edit | edit source]
This is a list of the universities that Zener medalists have been affiliated to at the time the Zener Prize was awarded.
The list of Zener laureates by university affiliation shows the university affiliations of individual winners of the Zener Prize since 1965. Universities and research institutions are listed in descending order according to the number of laureates.
List of countries by number of Prize winners[edit | edit source]
|United States||6||W.P. Mason, C.M. Zener, A.S. Nowick, C.A. Wert, A.V. Granato, D.N. Beshers|
|Germany||4||W. Köster, K. Lücke, A. Seeger, M. Weller|
|Italy||4||P.G. Bordoni, R. Cantelli, G. Cannelli, F.M. Mazzolai|
|Switzerland||3||W. Benoit, G. Gremaud, R. Schaller|
|China||2||T.S. Kê, Q.P. Kong|
Countries are listed in descending order according to the number of laureates.
See also[edit | edit source]
- List of physics awards
- List of science and technology awards
- List of prizes named after people
- List of gold medal awards
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- Interview of Clarence Zener by Lillian Hoddeson on 1981 April 1, Niels Bohr Library and Archives, American Institute of Physics, College Park, MD USA.
- Clarence M. Zener 1905-1993. A Biographical Memoir by John B. Goodenough". National Academy of Sciences.
References[edit | edit source]
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- Mazzolai F.M. (2012). "A Tribute to Piero Giorgio Bordoni. Solid State Phenomena, 184". pp. 3–6. doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/SSP.184.3. Missing or empty
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- de: Alfred Seeger
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- "Andrew V. Granato Papers, 1954-2013; University of Illinois Archives". Retrieved 14 January 2018.
- "Andrew V. Granato Obituary". Legacy.com. Retrieved 14 January 2018.
- "Los Zener Medal Awards premian a los físicos Willy Benoit y Masahiro Koiwa por su labor en el campo de la Fricción Interna". dialogo.ugr.es (in español). Retrieved 30 October 2017.
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- "EPFL researcher wins the Zener Medal: Gérard Gremaud". epfl. 10 November 2011. Retrieved 30 October 2017.
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