Mott Prize

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The Mott medal and prize is awarded in odd-numbered years by the Institute of Physics. It was first established in 1997 thanks to a donation of Sir Nevill Mott's family. Sir Nevill Mott was the outstanding British condensed matter theorists and won a Nobel prize in Physics in 1977. He died in 1996. The award is for distinguished research in condensed matter or materials physics and consists of a silver medal and a prize of £1000.

Mott Medallists[edit]

Source: Institute of Physics

  • 2013 Andrew James Shields
  • 2011 Andrew Peter Mackenzie
  • 2009 Gillian Gehring
  • 2008 Gabriel Aeppli
  • 2007 Andre Geim
  • 2006 Peter Weightman
  • 2005 Athene Donald
  • 2004 Ted Forgan
  • 2003 D Phillip Woodruff
  • 2002 Maurice Sidney Skolnick
  • 2001 Manuel Cardona
  • 2000 Michael Pepper