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Regulations of the Young Physicist Prize, Gribov Medal, and Outreach Prize

The Young Experimental Physicist Prize

The Young Experimental Physicist Prize is intended for outstanding work by one or more (up to three) young experimental physicists (less than 35 years of age; for the 2013 prize, this translates to a birth date of Jan 1 1978 or later) in the field of Particle Physics and/or Particle Astrophysics. The Prize, to given every two years at the EPS-HEP Conference, will consist of a diploma specifying the contribution of the recipient of the prize, and a cash amount.

Nominations for the 2013 award should be sent to Professor Paris Sphicas (paris.sphicas@cern.ch) by January 11, 2013.

The Gribov Medal

The Gribov Medal is intended for outstanding work by a young physicist (less than 35 years of age; for the 2013 prize, this translates to a birth date of Jan 1 1978 or later) in Theoretical Particle Physics and/or Field Theory. The award, to be given every two years at the EPS-HEP Conference, will consist of the Gribov Medal, a diploma specifying the contribution of the recipient of the prize, and a cash amount (now possible thanks to a donation).

Nominations for the 2013 award should be sent to the chairman of the EPS High Energy Particle Physics (HEPP) Board Professor Paris Sphicas (paris.sphicas@cern.ch) by January 11, 2013.

The Outreach Prize

The Outreach Prize is intended for outstanding outreach achievement connected with High Energy Physics and/or Particle Astrophysics. The prize can be given to a scientist or to a non scientist. The prize, to be given every year, alternating between the EPS-HEPP conference and the general EPS conference, will consist of a diploma specifying the work of the recipients, as well a cash amount.

Nominations for the 2013 award should be sent to Professor Bob Van Eijk (vaneijk@nikhef.nl) by January 11, 2013.