Gregori Aminoff Prize
The Gregori Aminoff Prize is intended to reward a documented, individual contribution in the field of crystallography, including areas concerned with the dynamics of the formation and dissolution of crystal structures. Some preference should be shown for work evincing elegance in the approach to the problem.
The prize may be awarded either to an individual Swedish or foreign researcher, or to a joint research group of no more than three persons. The Gregori Aminoff Prize was awarded for the first time in 1979.
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Gregori Aminoff Prize for 2015 to Ian Robinson, London Centre for Nanotechnology, University College London, and Research Complex at Harwell, Didcot, Oxfordshire, UK, "for his development of diffraction methods for studying surfaces and nanomaterials".
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Gregori Aminoff Prize symposium 2015
On 30 March, the Gregori Aminoff Prize Laureate of 2015 will visit Lund University for the Gregori Aminoff Prize symposium 2015.
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Nominating and awarding
The Academy appoints a prize committee that prepares proposals for nominations and, during the autumn, the Academy selects a laureate/s. The prize is presented at the Academy's annual ceremonial meeting the following spring.