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Name DIVISION OF NUCLEAR PHYSICS THESIS PRIZE
Research Fields TEST Experimental or Theoretical Nuclear Physics
Categories Natural, Physical or Life Sciences
Citizenship Unrestricted
Eligibility The Division of Nuclear Physics (DNP) encourages entries for the DNP Ph.D. thesis prize to be awarded in Experimental or Theoretical Nuclear Physics to any student receiving their Ph.D. degree from a Canadian University in the current or prior calendar year.
Value $750
Currency Canadian
Tenable at Any Canadian University
Deadlines No deadlines available
Application Details Please visit the DNP web site at http://www.phys.uregina.ca/dnp/ To be considered for the award, a letter of nomination must be submitted by the thesis supervisor along with a copy of the thesis (preferably in electronic form) to the chief judge by Sept 30. The nomination letter should describe in detail the contributions of the student to the research work. The student's C.V., including a list of publications and conference contributions, should accompany the nomination. A letter from the Department Head or University Dean indicating that the thesis has been formally accepted by the University must also be submitted. The prize winner will be notified by Dec. 31 and asked to give an invited talk at the annual Winter Nuclear & Particle Physics Conference in February along with a seminar at TRIUMF. Travel expenses will be covered by the DNP and TRIUMF. The winner will also be required to submit a 1-2 page article suitable for publication in Physics in Canada describing the significance of their thesis work before they receive their cash award ($750) from the DNP. Both the supervisor and the nominee must be members of CAP and DNP. If fewer than 3 theses have been submitted in a given year, there will not be any award made and the submitted theses will automatically be considered in the following year's competition. Contact: Garth Huber, email: huberg@uregina.ca Updated: January 26, 2012
 

 
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