Walter Schottky Prize

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The Walter Schottky Prize is a scientific prize awarded by the German Physical Society for outstanding research work of young academics in the field of solid-state physics. Since 1973 the prize is generally awarded annually. The endowment of the prize with 10,000 euros is contributed by Infineon Technologies AG and Robert Bosch GmbH.[1] The prize is dedicated to Walter Schottky, a physicist and pioneer of electronics.

List of recipients[edit]

Source: [2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Satzung des Walter-Schottky-Preises für Festkörperforschung" [Statute of the Walter Schottky Prize for solid state research] (in German). German Physical Society. Retrieved October 23, 2012.
  2. ^ "Walter-Schottky-Preis für Festkörperforschung" [Walter Schottky Prize for solid state research] (in German). German Physical Society. Retrieved October 23, 2012.