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DPG Prizes together with other Organisations

Otto-Hahn-Prize

Otto Hahn

Joint prize of the City of Frankfurt am Main, the German Chemical Society – GDCh (in cooperation with the Deutsche Zentralausschuss für Chemie e. V. – German National Adhering Organisation) and the DPG.

In 2005 the "Otto-Hahn-Prize of the City of Frankfurt" and the "Otto-Hahn-Prize for Physics and Chemistry" were joined together as the "Otto-Hahn-Prize".
Awarded with a ceremonial act in St. Paul’s Church Frankfurt

The award consists of:

  • € 50,000 prize money
  • a certificate
  • a medal

Prize Statutes

Prize Committee

Previous Prize Winners



Herbert-Walther-Prize

Herbert Walther

The Herbert-Walther-Prize honours outstanding contributions in quantum optics and nuclear physics as well as outstanding performances in the international scientific community. The prize is jointly awarded by the Optical Society of America (OSA) and the Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (DPG) in memory of Herbert Walther, who was highly successful with his research in the USA and in Germany and made an outstanding contribution to the OSA and DPG through his work. The award is made annually in the USA and in Germany respectively on an alternating basis.

The award consists of:

  • € 5,000 prize money
  • a certificate

Prize Statutes

Prize Committee

Arrangement of the Herbert-Walther-Prize

Previous Prize Winners

Gentner-Kastler-Prize and -Medal

Wolfgang Gentner
Wolfgang Gentner


Alfred Kastler
Alfred Kastler

The Gentner-Kastler-Prize is jointly awarded by the DPG and the Société Française de Physique (SFP). It is awarded for particularly valuable scientific contributions to physics annually to German and French physicists respectively on an alternating basis.

The award consists of:

  • € 3,000 prize money
  • a silver medal bearing portraits of Wolfgang Gentner and Alfred Kastler
  • a certificate

Prize Statutes

Prize Committee

Previous Prize Winners



Max-Born-Prize and –Medal

Max Born

The Max-Born-Prize is jointly awarded by the British Institute of Physics (IOP) and the DPG for particularly valuable and up-to-date scientific contributions to physics and in memory of the work of Max Born in Great Britain and Germany. It is dedicated annually to a British and German physicist respectively on an alternating basis.

The award consists of:

  • € 3,000 prize money
  • a silver medal bearing a portrait of Max Born
  • a certificate

Prize Statutes

Prize Committee

Previous Prize Winners



Marian-Smoluchowski-Emil-Warburg-Physics-Prize

Marian Smoluchowski
Marian Smoluchowski


Emil Warburg
Emil Warburg

The Marian-Smoluchowski-Emil-Warburg-Prize is jointly awarded by the Polish Physical Society and the Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (German Physical Society) for outstanding contributions to pure or applied physics and in memory of the work of Marian Smoluchowski in Poland and Emil Warburg in Germany. The prize was established with the help of the Meyer-Viol Foundation. It is dedicated to a Polish and German physicist respectively every two years on an alternating basis.

The award consists of:

  • € 3,000 prize money
  • a silver medal bearing the portrait of Marian von Smoluchowski and Emil Warburg
  • a certificate

Prize Statutes

Prize Committee

Previous Prize Winners

 
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