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Journal of Low Temperature Physics

Journal of Low Temperature Physics

Editor-in-Chief: N.S. Sullivan; J. Pekola; P. Leiderer

ISSN: 0022-2291 (print version)
ISSN: 1573-7357 (electronic version)

Journal no. 10909

Heidelberg / New York, 11 March 2011

Fritz London Memorial Prize goes to two Springer authors

Humphrey Maris and Gerd Schön awarded for their achievements in low temperature physics

Humphrey Maris
Springer editorial board member and author Humphrey Maris as well as Springer editor and author Gerd Schön have been awarded the 2011 Fritz London Memorial Prize for outstanding contributions to the field of low temperature physics. The prize will be presented to the awardees during the opening ceremony of the 26th International Conference on Low Temperature Physics in Beijing, China, scheduled for August 10-17, 2011.
Humphrey Maris is an editorial board member of Springer’s Journal of Low Temperature Physics as well as an author of numerous articles in this journal. He is professor of physics and engineering at Brown University, Rhode Island, USA, and has been a visiting professor at numerous international universities. His research is focused on sound propagation in liquid helium, the development of new detectors for solar neutrinos, and various related fields.
Gerd Schoen
Gerd Schön has edited various books at Springer: CFN Lectures on Functional Nanostructures, Mesoscopic Electron Transport and Quantum Dynamics of Submicron Structures. He has also written many articles for Springer journals including the Journal of Low Temperature Physics and Czechoslovak Journal of Physics and book chapters for volumes in the series Advances in Solid State Physics and Nanoscience and Technology. He is professor of physics at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany. Schön’s research interest is dedicated to various aspects of the theory of electron transport in nanostructures and superconductors.
The Fritz London Memorial Prize was established to recognize researchers for outstanding experimental and theoretical achievements in the field of low temperature physics. It has been awarded every three years since 1956 and is considered the most prestigious award in the discipline. The prize is named after Fritz Wolfgang London, a German theoretical physicist (1900-1954).
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