Awards



  • 25.06.2017 - 30.06.2017From: ISIS MuonsProf. Robert Kiefl receives the 2017 Yamazaki prize
    Prof. Robert Kiefl receives the 2017 Yamazaki prize

    Prof. Robert Kiefl was awarded the 2017 Yamazaki prize at the µSR2017 conference in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan for his excellence in applications of the µSR and B-NMR techniques, his significant contributions to an eclectic range of topics within condensed matter physics and materials science and for building up excellent muon facilities at TRIUMF with his team.

  • 23.06.2014 - 23.06.2015From: ISIS Muons2014 Yamazaki Prize awarded to Professor Roberto De Renzi
    2014 Yamazaki Prize awarded to Professor Roberto De Renzi

    Roberto De Renzi is Professor of Physics was awarded the Yamazaki Prize for his work in magnetism and superconductivity making effective bridges between NMR and muon techniques.

  • 16.05.2011 - 20.05.2011From: ISIS Muons2011 Yamazaki prize awarded to Prof. Jess H. Brewer
    2011 Yamazaki prize awarded to Prof. Jess H. Brewer

    Prof. Jess H. Brewer was awarded the 2011 Yamazaki prize at the µSR2011 conference in Cancun, Mexico for being a pioneer of the development of the musr method, building the excellent muon facilities at TRIUMF and for his significant contributions to the areas of high temperature superconductivity, muonium dynamics and solid state chemistry, and charge transport, amongst others.

  • 21.07.2010 - 25.07.2010From: ISIS MuonsDr Elvezio Morenzoni was awarded the 2008 Yamazaki prize
    Dr Elvezio Morenzoni was awarded the 2008 Yamazaki prize

    Dr Elvezio Morenzoni was awarded the 2008 Yamazaki prize at the µSR2008 conference in Tsukuba, Japan for his outstanding achievements for the development of Low Energy muSR opening completely new possibilities in many areas of modern physics, chemistry, biology and also technical applications.

  • 01.01.2010From: ISIS MuonsThe 2005 Yamazaki prize given to Prof. Yasutomo J. Uemura
    The 2005 Yamazaki prize given to Prof. Yasutomo J. Uemura

    Prof. Yasutomo J. Uemura was awarded the 2005 Yamazaki prize at the µSR2005 conference in Oxford, UK for his studies of spin glasses and the development of phenomenological models for the relaxation functions in these systems – which are standards today – and in his more recent work systemizing muSR penetration depth data in awide range of superconductors.

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