Paolo Radaelli is awarded the Giuseppe Occhialini Prize

Date Published: 14.08.2023

Paolo G Radaelli, our Professorial Fellow in Physics, Professor of Experimental Philosophy at the Clarendon Laboratory and Associate Chairman of Physics, has been awarded the 2023 Giuseppe Occhialini prize by the Institute of Physics and the Italian Physical Society. Professor Radaelli receives this prestigious award for his seminal contributions to understanding functional and magnetic oxides, particularly through the use and development of techniques using neutron and synchrotron facilities and the promotion of UK-Italian bilateral activities.

The award was established in 2007 in memory of Giuseppe Occhialini, marking the centenary of his birth. The prize goes to a physicist in recognition of distinguished work in Physics research carried out within the past ten years. The councils of each society take turns in selecting the winner, from a list of nominees provided by the other.

Many congratulations to Professor Radaelli on this achievement.