James Chadwick medal awarded to Physics Professor
13 Jul 2018
Professor Stefan Söldner-Rembold has been awarded the James Chadwick medal from the Institute of Physics
The Institute of Physics Silver Medals reflect the vibrancy of research being undertaken by UK physicists, with accolades for work in a range of exciting areas.
The James Chadwick medal is awarded for distinguished contributions to particle physics. Professor Söldner-Rembold received this award for his contributions to pioneering experimental work in high-energy particle physics and his international leadership in Higgs and neutrino physics.
Commenting on the 2018 awards, IOP President, Professor Dame Julia Higgins said “It is a pleasure for me to recognise and celebrate today exceptional physics by exceptional individuals.
“This is how IOP - representing the whole physics community - honours those who produce the very best work. And it is this work that directly contributes to our economy, our everyday lives and towards tackling some of the biggest challenges we face in society.
“I would like to offer my warmest congratulations to all our winners.”
Upon receiving the award Professor Stefan Söldner-Rembold said “This medal is a great recognition of my research at the frontier of particle physics, made possible by a fantastic team of postdocs and students.”