THE
EUGENE FEENBERG MEMORIAL MEDAL:
2004
Recipients
Spartak T. Belyaev

Lev P. Gor'kov

The Eugene Feenberg Medal is awarded under the auspices
of the International Advisory Committee of the series of International
Conferences on Recent Progress in ManyBody Theories. The official
ceremony for the award is held during the course of the conference. The
Feenberg Medal is normally awarded for work which is firmly established
and which can be demonstrated to have significantly advanced the field of
manybody physics.
Recipients include David Pines (1985), John W. Clark (1987), Malvin H.
Kalos (1989), Walter Kohn (1991, 1998 Nobel laureate), David
M. Ceperley (1994), and Lev P. Pitaevskii (1997), Anthony J. Leggett
(1999, 2003 Nobel laureate), Philippe Nozieres (2001).
Quantum ManyBody Theory
Web Site
Conference
Sponsors:
Los Alamos National Laboratory's
Theoretical Division
Nuclear Physics Group, T16
Atomic Physics Theory Group, T4
Astrophysics Group, T6
Center for Nonlinear Studies
Condensed Matter and Statistical Physics Group,
T11


GENERAL
TOPICS:
StronglyCorrelated
Condensed Matter
Nuclear Physics
and QCD
Theory of Phase
Transitions
Quantum Fluids
and Solids
New Frontiers,
Theoretical and Computational Methods
Cold Atom Physics
Quantum
Information and ManyBody Physics
Complex,
NonEquilibrium and Disordered Systems
Organizing
Committee:
Joe
Carlson (Theoretical Division, LANL)
Gerardo Ortiz (Theoretical Division,
LANL)
Eddy Timmermans
(Theoretical Division, LANL)
For
Information Contact:
Rod Garcia
(505) 6640188
ragarcia@lanl.gov
CONFERENCE
IS CONTINUING AS SCHEDULED
This
Conference is Open to the Interested Public
