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Awardees

Hamburg Prize for Theoretical Physics

2016:
Prof. Mikhail Katsnelson for his research work in the fields of graphene.

2015:

Prof. Ignacio Cirac for his research work in the fields of quantum information theory, quantum optics and quantum many body systems

Also view: Prof. Cirac answers three questions – film featuring prize ceremony

2014:

Prof. Antoine Georges, for outstanding contributions to condensed matter physics, in particular for methods to describe strongly correlated systems

Also view: Film featuring the presentation of the prize

2013:

Prof. Chris H. Greene, for outstanding contributions to atomic and molecular physics, in particular the discovery of ultralong-range-molecules with novel binding mechanisms

Also view: Lecture Series and Lunch with Students

2012:

Prof. Shaul Mukamel, for outstanding contributions in the fields of nonlinear optics and multi-dimensional spectroscopy

2011:

Prof. Peter Zoller, for outstanding contributions in the fields of quantum optics and quantum information

2010:

Prof. Maciej Lewenstein, for outstanding contributions in the fields of quantum information and quantum gases