Kurti Science Prize for Europe
Prof. Di Bernardo gets awarded the prestigious Kurti Science Prize for Europe for low-temperature Physics. The prize is awarded by a committee of senior European academics and sponsored by Oxford Instruments.
Professor Angelo Di Bernardo is selected as one of the recipients of the 2022 Nicholas Kurti Science Prize (together with Dr Alexander Grimm from the Paul Scherrer Institute).
The Award recognises Prof. Di Bernardo’s achievements "in the spectroscopy of spin-polarised (spin-triplet) states in superconductor/ferromagnet hybrids and for the discovery of new coupling effects and quantum phases existing at the surfaces and interfaces of strongly-correlated electron materials and materials with low dimensionality."
Press release from Oxford Instrument available here.
More info available in a news item from the University of Konstanz here.