Pawsey Medal

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The Pawsey Medal is awarded annually by the Australian Academy of Science to recognize outstanding research in the field of physics by an Australian scientist under 40 years of age.

This medal commemorates the work of the late Joseph L. Pawsey, FAA.

Winners[edit]

Source:[1]

Year Winner Affiliation Location Field Notes
2017 Igor Aharonovich University of Technology Sydney Quantum Physics, Photonics [1]
2016 Ilya Shadrivov Australian National University [2]
2015 Naomi McClure-Griffiths Australia Telescope National Facility Radio Astronomy [3]
2014 Geoffrey John Pryde Griffith University Quantum physics [4]
2013 Christopher Blake Swinburne University of Technology Melbourne Astrophysics [5]
2012 Tanya Monro University of Adelaide Adelaide Photonics [6]
2011 Bryan Gaensler University of Sydney Sydney Astrophysics [7]
2010 Andrew G. White University of Queensland Brisbane Quantum information [8]
2009 J. Stuart B. Wyithe University of Melbourne Melbourne Astrophysics [9]
2008 Kostya Ostrikov University of Sydney Sydney Plasma nanoscience [10]
2007 Ben Eggleton University of Sydney Sydney Optical device physics, photonics [11]
2006 Mahananda Dasgupta Australian National University Canberra Nuclear physics [12]
2005 Michelle Simmons University of New South Wales Sydney Semiconductor physics [13]
2004 Marcela Bilek University of Sydney Sydney Applied Physics [14]
2003 Howard M. Wiseman Griffith University Brisbane Quantum physics [15]
2002 Sergey V. Vladimirov University of Sydney Sydney Plasma physics [16]
2001 Brian P. Schmidt Australian National University Canberra Astrophysics [17]
2000 Anthony B. Murphy CSIRO Sydney Applied physics
1999 C. Martijn de Sterke University of Sydney Sydney Optics, photonics [18]
1999 Raymond R. Volkas University of Melbourne Melbourne Particle physics [19]
1998 Igor Bray Curtin University of Technology Perth Theoretical physics [20]
1998 Yuri S. Kivshar Australian National University Canberra Nonlinear optics [21]
1997 Murray T. Batchelor Australian National University Canberra Mathematical physics [22]
1996 Robert G. Elliman Australian National University Canberra Solid state physics [23]
1995 Peter A. Robinson University of Sydney Sydney Neurophysics [24]
1994 Peter T. H. Fisk CSIRO Lindfield, NSW Metrology
1993 Stephen T. Hyde Australian National University Canberra Materials physics [25]
1992 David J. Hinde Australian National University Canberra Nuclear physics
1991 Andrew E. Stuchbery Australian National University Canberra Nuclear physics [26]
1990 W. K. Hocking University of Western Ontario London, Ontario, Canada Astronomy
1989 Keith A. Nugent University of Melbourne Melbourne X-ray optics [27]
1988 Ian N. S. Jackson Australian National University Canberra Geophysics [28]
1987 John W. V. Storey University of New South Wales Sydney Astrophysics, optics [29]
1986 Barry Luther-Davies Australian National University Canberra Nonlinear optics [30]
1985 Richard M. Pashley Murdoch University Perth Water resources [31]
1984 Peter R. Wood Australian National University Canberra Astronomy [32]
1983 Michael A. Dopita Australian National University Canberra Astronomy [33]
1982 James A. Piper Macquarie University Sydney Photonics [34]
1981 Martin A. Green University of New South Wales Sydney Photovoltaics [35]
1980 John E. Norris Australian National University Canberra Astronomy [36]
1979 Gregory J. Clark CSIRO (formerly) Sydney Nuclear Physics
1978 Richard N. Manchester CSIRO Epping, NSW Radioastronomy [37]
1977 Jacob N. Israelachvili University of California, Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, California, US Fluid mechanics [38]
1976 W. Miller Goss National Radio Astronomy Observatory Socorro, New Mexico, US Radioastronomy
1975 Rodney J. Baxter Australian National University Canberra Statistical mechanics [39]
1974 Donald B. Melrose University of Sydney Sydney Astrophysics, plasma physics [40]
1973 Bruce H. J. McKellar University of Melbourne Melbourne Theoretical physics [41]
1972 Ken C. Freeman Australian National University Canberra Astronomy, astrophysics [42]
1971 Barry W. Ninham Australian National University Canberra Physical chemistry [43]
1970 Rodney A. Challinor Sigma Group Saint Helier, Jersey
1969 Kenneth G. McCracken CSIRO Canberra Astronomy [44]
1967 Robert M. May Oxford University Oxford, UK Population biology [45]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.science.org.au/opportunities-scientists/recognition/honorific-awards/past-honorific-awardees/2017-honorific#pawsey
  2. ^ https://www.science.org.au/opportunities-scientists/recognition/honorific-awards/honorific-awardees/2016-awardees#pawsey
  3. ^ https://www.science.org.au/2015-honorific-awards-scientific-excellence#17
  4. ^ http://www.sciencearchive.org.au/awards/awards/pawsey.html
  5. ^ http://science.org.au/awards/awardees/2013awards.html#pawsey
  6. ^ "2012 Academy awards for scientific excellence announced", http://science.org.au/news/media/6december11-2.html
  7. ^ "Bryan Gaensler", http://www.usyd.edu.au/news/science/397.html?newsstoryid=6140
  8. ^ "Andrew White", http://quantum.info/andrew/ | "2010 Honorific Awards for Scientific Excellence", http://www.science.org.au/awards/awardees/2010awards.html
  9. ^ "Stuart Wyithe," http://astro.ph.unimelb.edu.au/~swyithe/Site/Welcome.html
  10. ^ "Pawsey Medal for Nano-Fabrication Pioneer," 2008-01-25, http://www.physics.usyd.edu.au/about/news_items/news_item3.shtml
  11. ^ "Director Prof. Benjamin J. Eggleton," http://www.physics.usyd.edu.au/cudos/people/eggleton.htm
  12. ^ "ACT Women Honoured by the Academy," http://www.wisenet-australia.org/issue72/Mahananda%20Dasgupta.htm
  13. ^ "Professor Michelle Simmons," http://www.science.unsw.edu.au/msimmons-profile/
  14. ^ "About Professor Marcela Bilek," http://www.usyd.edu.au/research/opportunities/supervisors/715
  15. ^ "Home Page for Howard Wiseman," http://www.cit.gu.edu.au/wiseman/
  16. ^ "Professor Sergey Vladimirov," http://www.complexsystems.net.au/index.php?page=profiles&profile=128
  17. ^ "Brian P. Schmidt Home Page," http://msowww.anu.edu.au/~brian/
  18. ^ "Prof. Martijn de Sterke," http://www.physics.usyd.edu.au/cudos/people/desterke.htm
  19. ^ "Prof. Raymond Volkas," http://www.findanexpert.unimelb.edu.au/researcher/person1809.html
  20. ^ "Igor Bray's Homepage," http://atom.curtin.edu.au/
  21. ^ "Profile: Yuri Kivshar," http://www.cudos.org.au/cudos/people/profile.php?position=DD
  22. ^ "Home page," http://wwwmaths.anu.edu.au/~murrayb/Murray_Batchelor2.html
  23. ^ "Elliman, Robert G.," http://www.rsphysse.anu.edu.au/eme/profile.php/3
  24. ^ "About Professor Peter Robinson," http://www.usyd.edu.au/research/opportunities/supervisors/708
  25. ^ "Prof. Stephen Hyde," http://www.rsphysse.anu.edu.au/~sth110/sth.html
  26. ^ "Dr Andrew Stuchbery," http://www.materials.com.au/index.php?page=profiles&profile=126
  27. ^ "Prof. Keith Nugent," http://www.findanexpert.unimelb.edu.au/researcher/person12962.html
  28. ^ "Prof. Ian Jackson," http://rses.anu.edu.au/people/jackson_i/
  29. ^ "John W. V. Storey," http://www.phys.unsw.edu.au/STAFF/ACADEMIC/storey.html
  30. ^ "Professor Barry Luther-Davies," http://laserspark.anu.edu.au/lpc/barry.html
  31. ^ "Professor Richard Pashley," http://www.sciencewa.net.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1808:professor-richard-pashley&catid=197:Awards&Itemid=200077
  32. ^ "Prof Peter R Wood," http://msowww.anu.edu.au/~wood/
  33. ^ "Welcome to Mike Dopita's Homepage," http://www.mso.anu.edu.au/~mad/
  34. ^ "James Piper," http://web.science.mq.edu.au/groups/mqphotonics/staff/person.htm?id=jpiper
  35. ^ "Scientia Prof. Martin Green," http://www.pv.unsw.edu.au/Staff/martingreen.asp
  36. ^ "Prof John Norris," http://www.mso.anu.edu.au/people/view.php?username=jen
  37. ^ "R. N. Manchester's Web Page," http://www.atnf.csiro.au/people/rmanches/
  38. ^ "Profile of Jacob N. Israelachvili," http://www.pnas.org/content/103/43/15736.full
  39. ^ "Emeritus Professor Rodney J. Baxter FRS FAA," http://wwwmaths.anu.edu.au/~murrayb/Rodney_Baxter.html
  40. ^ "Research Interests of Don Melrose," http://www.physics.usyd.edu.au/theory/don_new.html
  41. ^ "McKellar, Bruce Harold John," http://www.austehc.unimelb.edu.au/umfs/biogs/UMFS150b.htm
  42. ^ "Prof Ken Freeman," http://www.mso.anu.edu.au/people/view.php?username=kcf
  43. ^ "Welcome to Barry Ninham's Home Page," http://www.rsphysse.anu.edu.au/~col110/Barry_Ninham/Barry_Ninham.html
  44. ^ "Dr Ken McCracken," https://grants.innovation.gov.au/SciencePrize/Pages/Doc.aspx?name=previous_winners/Aust1995McCraken.htm
  45. ^ "Robert May," http://www.zoo.ox.ac.uk/staff/academics/may_r.htm

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