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CN Yang Award


The Association of Asia Pacific Physical Societies (AAPPS) and the Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics (APCTP) have jointly established the AAPPS-APCTP Chen-Ning Yang Award (C.N. Yang Award).

The C.N. Yang Award has been established by to honor young researchers with prominent research achievements and to promote the development of leaders in physics in the Asia Pacific region. 

The prize consists of a US$1000 monetary prize and a certificate for each recipient.


Eligibility Requirements

The AIP is a member society of the AAPPS and therefore is eligible to make nominations to this award.  

Each AIP Group may make one nomination every year to this award. 


Please refer to the C.N Yang Award website for further eligibility requirements for the nominee.  


Nomination Process

Self nomination is not possible. 

For further Channels of Nomination please refer to the C.N Yang Award website


Each AIP Group Chair may make one nomination every year to this award. 

For details about the required nomination package please  refer to the C.N Yang Award website

Assessment Criteria

For further details about the assessment criteria please  refer to the C.N Yang Award website

Further Information

Nominations Close: Early 2024.

The submission requires simultaneous submission to the secretary of the AAPPS and the administrative office of the APCTP at award@apctp.org

AIP Group submissions must be Cc'd to the AIP Award Officer at awards@aip.org.au.

Please refer to the C.N Yang Award website for further details. 


General enquiries regarding AIP Group nominations can be emailed to awards@aip.org.au.

Please note that the AIP Awards Officer will not submit these nominations on behalf of the AIP Groups. 

All other enquiries about the award should be directed to the administrative office of the APCTP at award@apctp.org.

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