Dissertation Prize 2011 of the divisions Gravitation and Relativity, Hadronic and Nuclear Physics and Particle PhysicsTo the Dissertation Prize-Symposium
The divisions Gravitation and Relativity (GR), Hadronic and Nuclear Physics (HK) and Particle Physics (T) of the DPG invite applications for a dissertation prize to be awarded at the DPG Spring Conference 2011 in Karlsruhe.
The intention of the prize is to honour outstanding scientific work and its excellent presentation in a lecture.
Outstanding scientific dissertations from the specialist area of GR, HK and T which were completed in 2009 or 2010 may be nominated.
Nominations may be submitted by the tutor responsible for the dissertation.
Selection procedure: The jury appointed bythe divisions involved will choose up to four finalists from all the nominations; these finalists will be invited to give a lecture about their work at a dissertation symposium at the Spring Conference in Karlsruhe. After the symposium, the jury will choose the prize winner and announce the result at the conference. All finalists will receive a 500 Euro travel grant to the Spring Conference, the winner will receive 1500 Euro prize money.
Please send the complete nomination in one single pdf file electronically
by December 15th, 2010, to
Prof. Dr. Christian Weinheimer
Institut für Kernphysik
Westf. Wilhelms-Universität Münster
Reference: Dissertation Prize.
The complete nomination includes:
- The scientific CV of the nominee including publication list and proof of examination for a doctorate.
- An outline by the nominee about the potential of this dissertation (in general and also with a view to further personal development).
- Reasons for the nomination by the tutor, which make clear why the nominated dissertation is outstanding science.
- A supporting letter by a university lecturer who is not connected with the dissertation.