Prize Ampère

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The Prize Ampère de l’Électricité de France is a scientific prize awarded annually by the French Academy of Sciences. Founded in 1974 in honor of André-Marie Ampère to celebrate his 200th birthday in 1975, the award is granted to one or more French scientists for outstanding research work in mathematics or physics. [1]

The monetary award is 30,500 euro, funded by Électricité de France.

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