MARCEL GROSSMANN AWARDS
Each recipient is presented with a silver casting of
the TEST sculpture by the artist A. Pierelli.
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14th Marcel Grossmann Meeting, July 12 - 18 2015, Rome, ItalyMG Awards Booklet
for the tremendous success of its scientifc space missions in astronomy, astrophysics, cosmology and fundamental physics which have revolutionized our knowledge of the Universe and hugely benefted science and mankind
for heralding the role of binary systems in the evolution of massive stars
for fostering research in black holes, gravitational waves and cosmology
for applying the mathematics of chaotic systems to physics and cosmology
for pioneering the physics of hot neutron stars and their cooling
T. D. LEE
for his work on white dwarfs motivating Enrico Fermiís return to astrophysics and guiding the basic understanding of neutron star matter and fields
C. N. YANG
for deepening Einsteinís geometrical approach to physics in the best tradition of Paul Dirac and Hermann Weyl
13th Marcel Grossmann Meeting, July 1 - 7 2012, Stockholm, SwedenMG Awards Booklet
AlbaNova University Center
for its innovative status as a joint institute established by Stockholm University and the Royal Institute of Technology and for fostering contributions to cosmology and astrophysics in the profound scientific tradition established by Oskar Klein.
presented to the Rector of Stockholm University, Prof. Kåre Bremer
for exploring the nuclear physics and yet unsolved problems of the endpoint of thermonuclear evolution of stars, leading to new avenues of research in physics and astrophysics
VLADIMIR BELINSKI and ISAAK M. KHALATNIKOV
for the discovery of a general solution of the Einstein equations with a cosmological singularity of an oscillatory chaotic character known as the BKL singularity.
for guiding the Gamma-ray Burst Monitor Project on board the BeppoSAX satellite, which led to the discovery of GRB X-ray afterglows, and to their optical identification.
12th Marcel Grossmann Meeting, July 12 - 18 2009, Paris, FranceMG Awards Booklet (7MB download)
Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifique (IHES)
for its outstanding contributions to mathematics and theoretical physics, and notably for having renewed basic geometrical concepts, and having developed new mathematical and physical aspects of spacetime.
presented to Prof. Jean-Pierre Bourguignon
for pioneering contributions in the discovery of dark matter and the cosmic web and for fostering research in the historic Tartu Observatory.
for her fundamental contributions to the X-ray studies of galaxies and clusters tracing their formation and evolution and for her role in collaborations using clusters to study dark matter and in analyzing the effects of outbursts from supermassive black holes on the intracluster gas.
for his fundamental contributions to pulsar astrophysics, and notably for having first confirmed the existence of spin-orbit precession in binary pulsars.
11th Marcel Grossmann Meeting, July 23 - 29 2006, Berlin, GermanyMG Awards Booklet
for the successful endeavour of re-establishing --- in the spirit of the Humboldt tradition freedom of thinking and teaching within a democratic society in a rapidly evolving cosmos.
presented to Dr. Dieter Lenzen, President of FUB
for his fundamental contribution to Einsteins theory of general relativity: "The gravitational field of a spinning mass as an example of algebraically specialmetrics.
for his committed support for the international development of relativistic astrophysics and for his dedication to fostering an enlightened relationship between science and religion.
for his outstanding scientic contributions to the physics of compact astrophysical objects and for leading the highly successful ROSAT mission which discovered more then 200,000 galactic and extragalactic X-ray sources: a major step in the observational capabilities of X-ray astronomy and in the knowledge of our universe.
10th Marcel Grossmann Meeting - 20-26 July 2003, Rio de Janeiro, BrazilMG Awards Booklet
CBPF (Brazilian Center for Research in Physics)For its role as a teaching and research institution and as a place originating fundamental physics ideas in the exploration of the universe
presented to its founders Cesar Lattes, Josť Leite Lopez and Jayme Tiomno.
Yvonne Choquet-Bruhat and James W. York, Jr.For separate as well as joint work in establishing the mathematical framework for proving the existence and uniqueness of solutions to Einstein's gravitational field equations.
For his contributions to science, epistimology, mathematics and physics from subnuclear to space sciences.
9th Marcel Grossmann Meeting - 2-9 July 2000, Rome, ItalyMG Booklet
The Solvay Institutes (Solvay Instituts Internationaux de Physique et de Chimie)
For identifying and recording in discussions with the protagonists the crucial developments of physics and astrophysics in the twentieth century
presented to Jacques Solvay.
Riccardo GiacconiFor opening , five successive times, new highways for exploring the Universe.
For extending the mathematical and geometrical grounds of General Relativity.
For promoting General Relativity and Mathematics research and inventing the "summer school" concept.
Cecile and Bryce DeWitt
8th Marcel Grossmann Meeting - June 1997, Jerusalem, Israel
for its role as a cradle of Science and Humanities and for hosting the manuscripts of Albert Einstein.
- presented to M. Magidor, President of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
for his contributions to the interface between mathematics and physics leading to new fields of research of paramount importance in relativisic astrophysics and particle physics.
for leading the development of extremely precise space experiments utilizing superconductmg technology to test General Relativity and the Equivalence Principle.
7th Marcel Grossmann Meeting - June 1994, Stanford, USA
Space Telescope Science Institute
for its critical role in the direction and operation of the Hubble Space Telescope, a truly unique international laboratory for the investigation and testing of general relativity in the context of modern astrophysics and cosmology.
- presented to Peter Stockman
for his contributions to the analysis of gravitational phenomena from Newton to Einstein and especially for leading the way to relativistic astrophysics with the concept of critical mass for gravitational collapse.
for having built on his experience in nuclear physics, thermonuclear reactions, and extensive numerical simulation to create a new testing ground for the novel concepts of relativistic astrophysics.
6th Marcel Grossmann Meeting - June 1991, Kyoto, Japan
for keeping alive first in Hiroshima and them in Kyoto research in relativity, cosmology, and relativistic field theory and the development of a school of international acclaim.
- presented to Professor K. Tomita
for participating in the pioneering work of the early sixties in X-ray astronomy and for his subsequent molding of an agile and diversified Japanese scientific space program investigating the deepest aspects of relativistic astrophysics.
for his contributions to the understanding of spacetime singularities and of the large scale structure of the Universe and of its quantum origins.
5th Marcel Grossmann Meeting - August 1988, Perth, Australia
The University of Western Australia
for its contributions to relativistic astrophysics
- presented to the Vice Chancellor, Professor Robert Smith.
for his contributions to research in gamma, X-ray and infrared radiation as well as cosmic rays.
JOHN ARCHIBALD WHEELER
for his contributions to geometrodynamics and Einstein's visions.
4th Marcel Grossmann Meeting - 1985, Rome, Italy
THE VATICAN OBSERVATORY
for its contributions to the origin and development of astrophysics
- presented to His Holiness Pope John Paul II.
for his work in gravitation and low temperature physics.
for his work in unifying fundamental interactions.