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Acclaimed Massey scientist receives prestigious award
Distinguished Professor Peter Schwerdtfeger has been awarded the Dan Walls medal by the New Zealand Institute of Physics. The award is presented annually to a physicist working in New Zealand for at least ten years who is deemed to have made the greatest impact both nationally and internationally in his or her field of research.
The Dan Walls medal is named after late Professor Dan Walls who made outstanding contributions to theoretical physics, in particular to the field of quantum optics. Previous recipients from Massey include Professor Emeritus David Parry, who received the award in 2010.
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