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U30 Scientist and Student Award


2019 U30
Scientist and Student Award 
Sudip Mandal
For the significant contribution in Understanding of various properties of propagating slow magneto-acoustic waves in hot coronal loops.
2019 U30
Scientist and Student Award
   Xiaofei Shen
For the significant contribution in Understanding the stabilization dynamics of laser-driven radiation pressure acceleration of ions.
2019 U30
Scientist and Student Award
  Zhisong Qu
For the significant contribution in Energetic Geodesic Acoustic Modes Associated with Two-Stream-like Instabilities in Tokamak Plasmas.
2019 U30
Scientist and Student Award
Masahiro Yano
For the significant contribution in Possibility for observing Hawking-like effects via the interaction of multi-PW class laser pulses with under dense plasmas.
2019 U30
Scientist and Student Award
  Rupak Mukherjee
For the significant contribution in Recurrence in three dimensional magneto-hydrodynamic plasma.
2019 U30
Scientist and Student Award
Weixin Guo
For the significant contribution in Impurity transport driven by parallel velocity shear turbulence in hydrogen isotope plasmas.
2018 U30
Scientist and Student Award 
Naoki Sato
For pioneering work to construct the statistical theory of topologically constrained systems by determining the geometric conditions under which a generalized form of the H-theorem can be satisfied. The achievement is highly evaluated by the 2018 Award committee.
2018 U30
Scientist and Student Award
Matt Thompson
For pioneering work in the application of Grazing Incidence Small Angle X-ray Scattering to the study of fusion materials to quantify sub-surface bubble formation and determine how this influences material properties. The achievement is highly evaluated by the 2018 Award committee
2018 U30
Scientist and Student Award
Gopal Hazra
For significant contribution to theoretical understanding of the solar meridional circulation, the plasma flow and dynamo process inside the Sun, and its relation with the 11-year sunspot cycle. The achievement is highly evaluated by the 2018 Award committee.
2018 U30
Scientist and Student Award
Zhelin Zhang
For outstanding work in theory and experiment on generation and control of strong terahertz radiation from air plasmas which are produced by two-color lasers. The achievement is highly evaluated by the 2018 Award committee.  
2018 U30
Scientist and Student Award
Tobias Dornheim
For inventing the permutation blocking path integral Monte Carlo method for the ab initio simulation of warm dense electron gas and constructing the key ingredient in warm dense matter physics. The achievement is highly evaluated by the 2018 Award committee.
2018 U30
Scientist and Student Award
Laishram Modhuchandra Singh
For outstanding theoretical and numerical works on vortex characteristics of steady state multiple vortices observed in dusty plasma experiments and relevant driven-dissipative natural flows. The achievement is highly evaluated by the 2018 Award committee.

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