Martin van Hecke wins 2020 Dutch Physica Award
The 2020 Physica Award has been awarded to physicist Martin van Hecke, a researcher at the Leiden Institute of Physics (LION) and the Amsterdam AMOLF. Van Hecke is one of the Netherlands most innovative researchers into the surprisingly complex behavior of systems that look simple at first sight.
The Physica Award is awarded yearly to an eminent physicist working in the Netherlands, after consultation with representatives of the physics community in the Netherlands, by a jury consisting of the chair of the Nederlandse Natuurkundige Vereniging, the Stichting Physica and a previous winner.
Van Hecke will receive the award during the FYSICA 2020 conference on Friday 17 April at Twente University. There, he will deliver the Physica lecture. As Martin van Hecke is an excellent speaker, this is expected to be a great story.
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