Dear colleagues,
*Call for Nominations*
*
*we would like to ask you for suggestions of suitable candidates for the
2021 prizes of the
Statistical and Nonlinear Physics Division (SNPD) of the European
Physical Society (EPS) (http://www.eps.org <http://www.eps.org/>):
1. EPS Statistical and Nonlinear Physics Prize

The EPS Statistical and Nonlinear Physics Prize is awarded by EPS every
2 years for outstanding research contributions
in the area of statistical physics, nonlinear physics, complex systems
and complex networks. The prize winner
will have made groundbreaking and agenda setting contributions for the
development of this field. The prize
can be shared by up to 2 persons. The prize consists of a glass trophy
and a cash sum. Prize winners can have any nationality.
2. EPSSNPD Early Career Prize

This prize is awarded every 2 years to an early career scientist
(defined as having obtained his/her PhD less than 6 years
ago at the time of nomination) who has made outstanding research
contributions to an area of statistical physics,
nonlinear physics, complex systems, or complex networks, as evidenced by
a top quality and highly cited paper in an
international journal. The prize can be shared by up to 2 persons. The
prize consists of a glass trophy and a cash sum.
Prize winners can have any nationality.
Please send your nomination to [log in para visualizar] with the subject header
"EPSSNPD prize nomination", attaching a brief description of the most
important research contributions of the candidate (maximum 2 pages), and
a list of up to 6 key publications.
*Deadline for nominations* for the 2021 prizes is *20 June 2021*. The
prize selection committee consists of the current
board members of the Statistical and Nonlinear Physics Division of EPS
in consultation with external experts.
Further information is available at the website of the Statistical and
Nonlinear Physics Division of EPS
http://www.eps.org/members/group.aspx?id=85204
<http://www.eps.org/members/group.aspx?id=85204>
With best regards,
Christian Beck
for the Board of the Statistical and Nonlinear Physics Division,
EPS

