The Young Scientist Prizes of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics were established in 2007. The recipients of the awards in a given year should have a maximum of 8 years of research experience following their PhD, and should have performed original work of outstanding scientific quality.
The IUPAP Commission C18 for Mathematical Physics awarded its Young Scientist Prizes for the first time in 2009.
|2012||Ivan Corwin||Outstanding contributions to the probabilistic analysis of the Kardar-Parisi-Zhang equation modelling stochastic growth processes||Website|
|Alessandro Giuliani||Outstanding contributions to the analysis of equilibrium properties of classical spin and quantum many-body systems, in particular the Hubbard model||Website|
|Wojciech de Roeck||Outstanding contributions in proving diffusion for a quantum particle coupled to a thermal Bose field||Website|
|2009||Rupert L. Frank||for outstanding results in analysis with application to quantum systems including solutions to some longstanding problems||Website|
|Benjamin Schlein||for outstanding results in mathematical analysis of many-body quantum systems, in particular, Bose gases||Website|
|Simone Warzel||for outstanding results in analysis of problems motivated by condensed matter physics, in particular, spectral and dynamical properties of random Schrödinger operators||Website|
|2012||D. Brydges, A.B. Cruzeiro, A. Kupiainen, H. Spohn (chair), J. Yngvason|
|2009||Peter Bouwknegt, Ana Bela Cruzeiro, Pavel Exner (chair), Antti Kupiainen, Michael Loss|