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Didier Queloz
Didier Queloz winner of Wolf Prize in Physics
The jury panel of the 2017 Wolf Prize in physics has unanimously decided to award the prize to Professor Michael Mayor & Professor Didier Queloz, Department of Physics, University of Geneva For the first discovery of an exoplanet orbiting a solar-type sta
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Michael Mayor
Michael Mayor winner of Wolf Prize in Physics
The jury panel of the 2017 Wolf Prize in physics has unanimously decided to award the prize to Professor Michael Mayor & Professor Didier Queloz, Department of Physics, University of Geneva For the first discovery of an exoplanet orbiting a solar-type sta
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Imry, Yoseph, Prof.
Imry, Yoseph, Prof. winner of Wolf Prize in Physics
The 2016 Wolf Prize in Physics was awarded to Prof. Yoseph Imry, The Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel For pioneering studies of the physics of mesoscopic and random systems.
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Prof. James D. Bjorken, Stanford University, USA
Prof. James D. Bjorken, Stanford University, USA winner of Wolf Prize in Physics
For predicting scaling in deep inelastic scattering, leading to identification of nucleon's pointlike constituents.
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Prof. Robert P. Kirshner, Harvard University, USA
Prof. Robert P. Kirshner, Harvard University, USA winner of Wolf Prize in Physics
For forging the path to supernova cosmology through his observations and insights.
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Dr. Tomer Volansky
Dr. Tomer Volansky winner of Krill Prize in Physics
(Born 1975, Israel) Tel - Aviv University
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Prof. Juan Ignacio Cirac
Prof. Juan Ignacio Cirac winner of Wolf Prize in Physics
Max plank Institute, Germany For groundbreaking theoretical contributions to quantum information processing, quantum optics and the physics of quantum gases.
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Prof. Peter Zoller
Prof. Peter Zoller winner of Wolf Prize in Physics
From Innsbruck University, Austria For groundbreaking theoretical contributions to quantum information processing, quantum optics and the physics of quantum gases.
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Dr. Gil Alexandrowicz  (born 1973,Israel)
Dr. Gil Alexandrowicz (born 1973,Israel) winner of Krill Prize in Physics
Technion - Israel Institute of Technolgy.
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Jacob D. Bekenstein
Jacob D. Bekenstein winner of Wolf Prize in Physics
For his work on astronomical super-massive objects called “black holes” that showed they can possess a statistical-thermodynamic property called entropy even though the internal dynamics could not be known. This work created an entire field of black hole dynamics which has become a cornerstone in the important theoretical physics areas of quantum gravity and strings.
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