INAUGURAL WILLIAM CROOKES PRIZE IN PLASMA PHYSICS
The first “William Crookes” prize in Plasma Physics has been awarded to Dr. Richard van de Sander for his “major contributions to fundamental plasma-wall interaction studies and their use in plasma enhanced deposition and etching”.
This is the inaugural award of the Prize, which is co-sponsored by ESCAMPIG, the European Physical Society and Plasma Sources Science and Technology, to acknowledge major contributions by a mid-career researcher to one or more of the areas covered by ESCAMPIG.
The prize comprises € 1,000 and a diploma, along with hotel accommodation and waived fees to attend ESCAMPIG-2008 where the award will be presented during an official ceremony that will take place next July 17 (Thursday) between 14.00 and 14.30 h.
A brief career outline of Professor van de Sanden is available in the annoucement section of this web