The Commission on Low Temperature Physics (C5) of IUPAP solicits nominations of outstanding young experimental or theoretical physicists for 2022 Young Scientist Prizes. The prizes, each consisting of an IUPAP medal, certificate, and a cash award (~ 1000 Euros), and each winner will give an invited presentation at the 29th International Conference on Low Temperature Physics (LT29), Sapporo, Japan, August 18-24, 2022. Candidates for the prize should have received their PhD within 8 years from the deadline for submission of nominations. This deadline is December 15, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. CST.

Nominations should consist of a nomination letter, including a suggested citation less than 20 words, two additional letters from experts not in conflict of interest with the candidate i.e. doctoral, or postdoctoral mentor, or close collaborator, detailing the nominee’s qualifications and scientific achievements, a complete CV, and a list of publications in a single pdf file, with the file name being the candidate’s name with last name first, e.g. HalperinWP.IUPAP , and mailed to the C5 commission chair, William Halperin: and secretary Naoto

IUPAP C5 welcomes applications from women and from underrepresented groups in the field of low temperature physics.