The IPRM Award (formerly the Michael Lunn Award)
Nomination for the IPRM award has been closed.
The award winners will be announced at the award ceremony on June 27th.
The Michael Lunn Award was established in 1993 to commemorate a young research scientist at Wafer Technology Ltd. who became a victim of a car accident. Awardees were chosen by the organizing committee of IPRM on behalf of the III-Vs Review magazine. The award was given for the best paper presented at IPRM in the first three years following its introduction (1993-1995). The criteria were subsequently revised in 1996 to recognize individuals who have made "outstanding contributions to the InP community". In 2007, the award was renamed the IPRM Award and has since been sponsored by the IPRM international steering committee.
Previous Recipients of the Michael Lunn Award
|1993 Mitsuo Yamamoto, Norio Yamamoto and Junichi Nakano||1994 Theodore Thrush|
|1995 Dubravko Babic||1996 Tony Jones|
|1997 Joe Lorenzo||1998 Holger Jurgensen and staff at AIXTRON|
|1999 Jerome Faist||2000 Shigehisa Arai|
|2001 Gregory H. Olsen||2002 Dwight Streit|
|2003 Hideki Hasegawa||2004 Drew Nelson|
|2005 Tomohiro Kawase and Masami Tatsumi||2006 George Antypas|
Previous Recipients of the IPRM Award
|2007 Osamu Wada||2008 Andre Scavennec|
|2009 Mark Rodwell||2010 Hajime Asahi|
|2011 F. J. Tegude||2012 Brad Boos|
|2013 Yuichi Matsushima||2014 Abderrahim Ramdane|
|2015 Larry Coldren|
The CSW Best Student Paper Award
The CSW Best Student Paper Award was established for students who present their work as speakers or poster presenters. The awards are open only to students who are officially registered at a university by the abstract submission deadline. Awardees will be selected by members of the program committee based on abstract content and presentation quality. Student award applicants are strongly encouraged to attend the award ceremony in the closing session.
The CSW2016 Program Committee has selected the following three students as the recipients of the CSW2016 Best Student Award. Congratulations!Takuya Inoue
"Two-wavelength Switchable Narrowband Thermal Emitters"
Walter Schottky Institut, Technical University of Munich
"Quantum Confinement Phenomena in Ultrathin GaAs Nanowires"
Tokyo Institute of Technology
"10 Gbps Operation of Membrane DFB Laser on Silicon with Record High Modulation Efficiency"