The Lars Onsager Prize is a prize in theoretical statistical physics awarded annually by the American Physical Society. Prize recipients receive a medal, certificate, and $10,000.[1] It was established in 1993 by Drs. Russell and Marian Donnelly[2] in memory of Lars Onsager.[1][3]

Recipients

See also

Notes

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  7. ^ "FACULTY AWARD: American Physical Society honors four faculty". Princeton University.
  8. ^ "Affleck is awarded the Lars Onsager prize". UBC.
  9. ^ "2018 Lars Onsager Prize Recipient".
  10. ^ "Vicsek Tamás, az MTA rendes tagja elnyerte az Onsager-díjat". MTA.hu. September 25, 2019.
  11. ^ "Spring 2020 American Physical Society prizes and awards announced". EurekAlert!.
  12. ^ "Prize Recipient". www.aps.org.
  13. ^ https://engage.aps.org/gsnp/blogs/emma-rosa-zajdela/2023/10/25/congratulations-to-the-2024-onsager-prize-recipie