Lars Onsager Prize
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Not to be confused with Onsager Medal.
The Lars Onsager Prize is a prize in theoretical statistical physics awarded annually by the American Physics Society. It was established in 1993 by Drs. Russell and Marian Donnelly in memory of Lars Onsager.
- 1995: Michael E. Fisher
- 1997: Robert Kraichnan
- 1998: Leo Kadanoff
- 1999: Chen Ning Yang
- 2000: David J. Thouless, John M. Kosterlitz
- 2001: Bertrand Halperin
- 2002: Anatoly Larkin
- 2003: Pierre Hohenberg
- 2004: John Cardy
- 2005: Valery Pokrovsky
- 2006: Rodney Baxter
- 2007: A. Brooks Harris
- 2008: Christopher Pethick, Gordon Baym, Tin-Lun Ho
- 2009: B. Sriram Shastry
- 2010: Daniel Friedan, Stephen Shenker
- 2011: Alexander Belavin, Alexander Zamolodchikov, Alexander Polyakov
- 2012: Ian Affleck
- 2013: Daniel Fisher
- 2014: Grigory E. Volovik and Vladimir P. Mineev
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- "FACULTY AWARD: American Physical Society honors four faculty". Princeton University.
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