Young Scientist Prize 2021

Commission on Computational Physics (C20) of IUPAP
seeks nominations for its
Young Scientist Prize in Computational Physics

Nominees should have a maximum of 8 years of research experience following their PhD (as measured on January 1, 2021) and should be the principal performer of original work of outstanding scientific quality in Computational Physics.

The prize consists of 1000 euros, a medal, and a certificate.

The award will be made at the Commission's next International Conference on Computational Physics (IUPAP CCP2021) to be organized by Coventry University, Coventry, England, August 2021. The winner will also be invited to present a paper at this meeting.

Procedures for making a nomination are found here and here.

Nominations should be emailed to Professor David P. Landau ( by

March 30, 2021.
Please direct questions to David P. Landau (
Unsuccessful nominations remain active for an additional two years.