The Nevill F. Mott Prize
Dr. Aline Ramires, Paul Scherrer Institute
Citation: “For her pioneering work for developing new models and innovative mathematical approaches for the description of heavy fermion metals and anomalous superconductors”
The Bryan R. Coles Prize
Dr. Alannah Hallas, University of British Columbia
Citation: “For her great contribution to the discovery of new novel quantum materials through high-pressure synthesis”
The Bernard Coqblin Prize
Dr. Pascoal Pagliuso, State University of Campinas
Citation: “For his significant contributions to the physics of strongly correlated electron systems especially in Brazil and his important effort in maintaining the activity of the SCES community in the period of pandemic constraints”
From left to right: Pascoal Pagliuso, Alannah Hallas and Aline Ramires.
The local organizers of SCES 2022 whole-heartedly congratulate the recipients and are grateful to them for presenting their prize winning talk at the Conference.