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External Organizations offering Awards and Prizes
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- Prix Jacques Rousseau award (Multidisciplinarité), Prix J-Armand-Bombardier (Innovation technologique), Prix Urgel-Archambault (Sciences physiques,mathématiques , informatique et genie). (March 1)
The AIP sponsors several prizes including the Tate Medal for International Leadership in Physics (May 3) which recognizes leadership and service to the physics community on an international level by non-US scientists.
- APICS Science Communication Awards (Early February)
- APS awards include the Fluid Dynamics Prize (March 31), the James Clerk Maxwell Prize for Plasma Physics (April 3), the W.K.H. Panofsky Prize in Experimental Particle Physics and the J.J Sakurai Prize for theoretical particle physics (May 1), and a large number of prizes for contributions in specific areas (July 1)
C3 Commission on Statistical Physics
- The Early Career Award in Statistical Physics (Dec. 31) for a researcher who has not reached the age of 37 in the year of the award.
- The Boltzmann Award honours outstanding achievements in Statistical Physics. It is presented every three years at the International Conference on Statistical Physics (STATPHYS).
C12 Commission on Nuclear Physics
- IUPAP Young Scientist Prize in Nuclear Physics (October 1 of year preceding International Nuclear Physics Conference)
C14 Commission on Physics Education
- The Medal of the International Commission on Physics Education of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (awarded every three years)
C20 Commission on Computational Physics
- The Young Scientist Prize in Computational Physics is aimed at recognising outstanding achievements of scientists at an early stage of their careers in computational physics. (March 1)
- One Killam prize per year is awarded in each of natural sciences, health sciences, engineering, humanities, and social sciences. Nomination deadline is late October.
- Killam Research Fellowships provide release time for up to two years. Application deadline is mid May.
- The nomination and selection of the Nobel laureates is to a large extent handled by the Nobel Committees of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Selected individuals are invited to send nominations.
- NSERC prizes include the John C. Polanyi Award (March 1), the Brockhouse Canada Prize for Interdisciplinary Research in Science and Engineering and the NSERC Gerhard Herzberg Gold Medal and NSERC award of excellence (May 1), the NSERC Synergy awards for innovation (May 31), the NSERC Steacie Fellowships (June 30) and the Michael Smith Awards for Science Promotion (September 1).
- The Royal Society of Canada sponsors many awards including the RSC Alice Wilson Award for a woman at the postdoctoral level, Thomas W Eadie Medal for applied science with an impact in communications, the McNeil Medal for public awareness of science, the Rutherford Memorial Medals for outstanding research in physics and in chemistry, the Sir John William Dawson medal (biannual) for important contributions in multiple domains, Willet G. Miller Medal (biannual) for outstanding research in any branch of earth sciences, and the Henry Marshall Tory Medal (biannual) for outstanding research in any branch of astronomy chemistry, mathematics, physics, or an allied science. Nomination deadlines are December 1.