Two pals share Brockhouse medal for physics (click the title to read more) May 2013 McMaster physicist Kari Dalnoki-Veress has been named co-recipient of the Brockhouse Medal for his contributions to physics in Canada, an honour he shares with his frequent collaborator – and one of his closest friends - James Forrest of the University of Waterloo.
Staff honoured with President's Awards for Outstanding Service
Congratulations go to our nominees Hanna Dabkowska, Research Scientist and Andy Duft, Technical Staff with the Brockhouse Insitute for the President's Award.
Andy Duft was the recipients of the President's Award honoured for outstanding service. Andy demonstrates outstanding commitment and excellence from within our Institute.
The awards Ceremony and Reception will be on Tuesday, May 28, 2013 at 3pm, CIBC Banquet Hall, Room 319
Prof B. Gaulin - 2011 CAP/DCMMP Brockhouse Medal
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2011 CAP/DCMMP Brockhouse Medal
is awarded to
Prof. Bruce D. Gaulin
"I'm very grateful to accept this honour, named after my former colleague and science hero, Bert Brockhouse. All of the work I'm involved in is highly collaborative, and I feel this award clearly reflects the talents of many wonderful students and colleagues." winner citation
The Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP) is pleased to announce that the 2011 CAP/DCMMP Brockhouse Medal is awarded to Prof. Bruce D. Gaulin, McMaster University, for his internationally recognized contributions to the field of collective phenomena in magnetic, superconducting and structural systems using X-ray and neutron scattering techniques.
McMaster physicist Kari Dalnoki-Veress has been named co-recipient of the Brockhouse Medal for his contributions to physics in Canada, an honour he shares with his frequent collaborator – and one of his closest friends - James Forrest of the University of Waterloo.
Kari Dalnoki-Veress, an expert in 'the physics of soft squishy things', has been named co-recipient of the Brockhouse Medal. The award, named after celebrated McMaster researcher and Nobel laureate Bertram Brockhouse, recognizes outstanding contributions to physics. The medal is to be awarded by the by the Canadian Association of Physicists on the recommendation of a selection committee established by the Division of Condensed Matter and Materials Physics.
Prof Y. Mozharivskyj - 2011 Margaret C. Etter Early Career Award
Margaret C. Etter Early Career Award
2011 Winner: Dr. Yurij Mozharivskyj, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology and Member of the Brockhouse Institute for Materials Research McMaster University will receive the 2011 Margaret C. Etter Early Career Award from the American Crystallographic Association for his achievements.
The Margaret C. Etter Early Career Award is to recognize outstanding achievement and exceptional potential in crystallographic research demonstrated by a scientist at an early stage of their independent career.