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IBAME Science Awardees

2006: Göstar Klingelöfer
In recognition of his exceptional contribution to Mössbauer spectroscopy, especially for the design and construction of miniaturised instrumentation which, amongst other things, has enabled unique information on the composition of soils and rocks to be recorded from the NASA exploration of Mars during 2004 and 2005.

2013: Eckhard Bill
in recognition of his distinguished work in the field of the Mössbauer Effect over the last 20 years.

2015: Charles E Johnson
in recognition of his exceptional contribution to Mössbauer spectroscopy since 1961 inspiring many colleagues of the subsequent generation to enter the field.

2015: Rudolf Rüffer
in recognition of his pioneering contribution to the development of nuclear resonance scattering of synchrotron radiation.

2017: Catherine McCammon
for her outstanding contributions to geophysically relevant questions via novel methodological approaches using the Mössbauer Effect.

2017: Gary Long
for his high-level works and outstanding contributions to physical chemistry and chemical physics using the Mössbauer Effect.

2019: Esen Ercan Alp
for his outstanding contributions to the development of synchrotron radiation techniques and their scientific applications based on the Mössbauer Effect.

2019: Israel Novik
for his numerous outstanding contributions to science, especially to magnetism and solid state physics, based on the applications of the Mössbauer Effect.

2021: Gennadi Smirnov
in recognition of his pioneering theoretical development and experimental implementation of nuclear -ray optics and his seminal contribution to development of the Synchrotron Mössbauer Source.

2021: Wolfgang Sturhahn
for his effective and rigorous development of software packages to model nuclear scattering data and to disseminate them freely around the world, enabling the application of nuclear resonance techniques in a multitude of scientific fields.

2023: Makoto Seto
in recognition of his outstanding contributions and transformative work on synchrotron radiation based applications of Mössbauer spectroscopy.

2023: Stanisław Dubiel
in recognition of his seminal contributions to Mössbauer spectroscopy applied to electronic and magnetic ordering phenomena in condensed matter, especially in FeCr alloys.

Next time, the IBAME Science Award will be presented is at ICAME 2025.