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CRM view medal information back to top

The 2012 CAP-CRM Prize in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics is awarded to

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Luc Vinet, University of Montreal, for his outstanding and continued contributions to mathematical physics, mainly based on the study of symmetries, algebraic structures, and special functions.

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The 2012 CAP-INO Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Applied Photonics is awarded to

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Andreas Mandelis, University of Toronto, for his seminal contributions to the field of photothermal and photoacoustic science and applications.

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Brockhouse view medal information back to top

The 2012 CAP/DCMMP Brockhouse Medal is awarded to

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Douglas Bonn, University of British Columbia, for his contributions to the field of high temperature superconductivity.

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Teaching view medal information back to top

The 2012 CAP Medal for Excellence in Teaching Undergraduate Physics is awarded to

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David Harrison, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Toronto, for his leadership and innovation in introducing research-based pedagogical techniques to his physics courses at the University of Toronto, and for his significant contributions to the on-line physics teaching community and the Ontario Association of Physics Teachers.

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Herzberg view medal information back to top

The 2012 CAP Herzberg Medal is awarded to

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Freddy Cachazo, Perimeter Institute, for deep new insights into the structure of quantum field theory, and the development of elegant mathematical techniques to simplify the analysis of high-energy particle scattering experiments.

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Achievement view medal information back to top

The 2012 CAP Medal for Lifetime Achievement in Physics is awarded to

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Gordon W. Semenoff, University of British Columbia, for his seminal contributions to quantum field theory, statistical mechanics and condensed matter physics.

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Vogt view medal information back to top

The 2012 CAP-TRIUMF Vogt Medal for Contributions to Subatomic Physics is awarded to

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Robert Myers, Perimeter Institute/University of Waterloo, for his outstanding contributions to advancing the frontiers of string theory and its application to theories of gravitation, black holes, and QCD.

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