Alfredo di Braccio Award

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The Alfredo di Braccio Award is a prestigious prize for young Italian scientists given by the Italian Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei.

Every year a top young chemist or physicist receives this honor for his research.

  • 2008 Chemistry prize was awarded to Dr. Lorenzo Malavasi (University of Pavia, Italy).
  • 2009 Physics prize was awarded (ex aequo) to Dr. Alessandro Mirizzi (National Institute of Nuclear Physics, Italy) and Dr. Alessio Recati (CNR researcher at the University of Trento, Italy).
  • 2010 Chemistry prize was awarded to Dr. Riccardo Baron (University of Utah, U.S.A.).
  • 2011 Physics prize was awarded (ex aequo) to Dr. Antonio Politano (post-doc at Università degli Studi della Calabria, Italy) and Dr. Alessandro Giuliani (Researcher at Università di Roma Tre, Italy)
  • 2012 Chemistry prize was awarded to Tiziano Montini
  • '2013 Physics prize was awarded to Francesco Pellegrino
  • 2014 Physics prize was awarded to Stefano Protti
  • 2015 Physics prize was awarded to Michele Cicoli
  • 2016 Chemistry prize was awarded to Francesca Maria Toma
  • 2017 Physics prize was awarded to Marco Genoni