Medalha Thomas Ranken Lyle

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A Medalha Thomas Ranken Lyle (em inglês: Thomas Ranken Lyle Medal) é concedida no máximo a cada dois anos pela Academia de Ciências da Austrália e uma personalidade da matemática ou física por conquistas de destaque em sua pesquisa.[1] É denominada em homenagem a Thomas Ranken Lyle, um físico matemático irladês que foi professor da Universidade de Melbourne. O prêmio consiste em uma medalha de bronze[2] com um esboço da cabeça de Thomas Lyle, esculpido por Rayner Hoff.[3]

A medalha foi criada em 1932 pela Academia de Ciências da Austrália,[2] [4] e concedida pela primeira vez em 1935.[1] [3]

Recipients[editar | editar código-fonte]

Ano Recipientes[1] Contribuição
1935 Wilton, John RaymondJohn Raymond Wilton [3]
1941 Briggs, G.H.G.H. Briggs[5]
1941 Room, Thomas GeraldThomas Gerald Room[5] [6]
1947 Jaeger, John ConradJohn Conrad Jaeger[7]
1947 Martyn, David ForbesDavid Forbes Martyn[7] atmospheric tides[8]
1949 Bullen, Keith EdwardKeith Edward Bullen
1951 Cherry, Thomas MacFarlandThomas MacFarland Cherry
1953 Pawsey, JosephJoseph Pawsey[9]
1957 Mills, Bernard Y.Bernard Y. Mills
1959 Barnes, EricEric Barnes[10]
1961 Lancaster, H.O.H.O. Lancaster
1963 Ellis, Graeme Reade AnthonyGraeme Reade Anthony Ellis[11]
1963 Moran, Patrick A. P.Patrick A. P. Moran[11]
1966 Butler, Stuart ThomasStuart Thomas Butler nuclear reaction theory, plasma physics, and atmospheric tides[12]
1968 Szekeres, GeorgeGeorge Szekeres "a wide range of mathematical disciplines" including
fractional iteration of functions, numerical integration, graph theory, and relativistic kinematics[13]
1970 Brown, Robert HanburyRobert Hanbury Brown
1972 Buchdahl, HansHans Buchdahl
1975 Wild, John PaulJohn Paul Wild radio astronomy of the sun[14]
1977 Mahler, KurtKurt Mahler number theory[15]
1979 Hannan, Edward J.Edward J. Hannan statistics of stationary processes[16]
1981 Philip, J.R.J.R. Philip
1981 Robinson, D.W.D.W. Robinson
1983 Baxter, Rodney J.Rodney J. Baxter
1985 Snyder, AllanAllan Snyder
1987 Melrose, DonaldDonald Melrose
1989 Delbourgo, RobertRobert Delbourgo
1989 Hall, Peter GavinPeter Gavin Hall
1991 McKellar, Bruce H.J.Bruce H.J. McKellar
1993 Fletcher, Neville HornerNeville Horner Fletcher
1993 Weigold, ErichErich Weigold
1995 Heyde, ChrisChris Heyde martingale limit theory[17]
1997 Thomas, Anthony WilliamAnthony William Thomas quarks and nucleon structure[18]
1999 Tuck, ErnieErnie Tuck
2001 Sloan, IanIan Sloan
2003 Dracoulis, GeorgeGeorge Dracoulis nuclear structure[19]
2005 Guttmann, Anthony J.Anthony J. Guttmann[20]
2007 Kivshar, YuriYuri Kivshar nonlinear optics[21]
2009 Flambaum, Victor V.Victor V. Flambaum unified field theory, parity violations, fundamental constants[22]
2011 Williams, James StanislausJames Stanislaus Williams [23]
2013 Praeger, CherylCheryl Praeger [24]

Referências

  1. a b c Thomas Ranken Lyle Medal, Australian Academy of Science, retrieved 2010-06-06.
  2. a b "National Research: Annual Meeting of Council", Brisbane Courier, 18 August 1932, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article21991888 .
  3. a b c "Lyle Medal Award", The Argus (Australia), 16 January 1935, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article11007872 .
  4. "University Senate", Sydney Morning Herald, 16 August 1933, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16998544 .
  5. a b "Lyle Medals Awarded", Sydney Morning Herald, 10 July 1941, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article17747686 .
  6. Hirschfeld, J. W. P.; Wall, G. E. (1987), "Thomas Gerald Room. 10 November 1902–2 April 1986", Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 33: 575–601 . Also published in Historical Records of Australian Science 7 (1): 109–122, doi:10.1071/HR9870710109. An abridged version is online at the Bright Sparcs web site of the Australian Academy of Science].
  7. a b "Physicists receive coveted medals", The Argus (Australia), 20 August 1947, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article22445914 .
  8. "Tides found in atmosphere", Sydney Morning Herald, 9 September 1947, http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=X30QAAAAIBAJ&sjid=wZMDAAAAIBAJ&pg=3035,1211515&dq=lyle-medal&hl=en .
  9. "Two scientists honoured", Canberra Times, 13 January 1954, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2905353 .
  10. G.E. Wall, Jane Pitman and Ren Potts,"Eric Stephen Barnes 1924-2000", Historical Records of Australian Science, 2004, 15, 21-45
  11. a b "Australian Scientists: Two Australian professors have been jointly awarded the Thomas Lyle Ranken Medal for 1963", Sydney Morning Herald, 7 September 1964, http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=x9InAAAAIBAJ&sjid=E-YDAAAAIBAJ&pg=971,2489066&dq=lyle-medal&hl=en .
  12. Watson-Munro, C.N. (1983), "Stuart Thomas Butler 1926–1982", Historical Records of Australian Science 5 (4), http://www.asap.unimelb.edu.au/bsparcs/aasmemoirs/butler.htm .
  13. Giles, J. R.; Wallis, J. S. (1976), "George Szekeres. With affection and respect", Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society Series A 21 (4): 385–392, doi:10.1017/S1446788700019212 .
  14. "Thomas Ranken Lyle Medal 1975: John Paul Wild", Historical Records of Australian Science 3 (2): 112, 1975, doi:10.1071/HR9760320112 .
  15. "Thomas Ranken Lyle Medal 1977: Kurt Mahler", Historical Records of Australian Science 3 (3–4): 189, 1977, doi:10.1071/HR9770340189 .
  16. "Thomas Ranken Lyle Medal 1979: E.J. Hannan", Historical Records of Australian Science 4 (2): 109, 1979, doi:10.1071/HR9790420109 .
  17. "Lyle Medal to Heyde", Columbia University Record 20 (30), 26 May 1995, http://www.columbia.edu/cu/record/archives/vol20/vol20_iss30/record2030.33.html .
  18. "Medals awarded at AGM: Lyle Medal, Anthony Thomas", Australian Academy of Science Newsletter 36: 4, April–June 1997, http://www.science.org.au/publications/newsletters/Documents/AAS36.PDF .
  19. "Senior Award Presentations", Nuclear Physics News 14 (4): 33, 2004, doi:10.1080/10506890491034974 .
  20. "Awards and other achievements", Gazette of the Australian Mathematical Society 32 (2): 136, 2005, http://www.austms.org.au/Publ/Gazette/2005/May05/May05.pdf .
  21. 2007 award citation, Australian Academy of Science, retrieved 2010-06-08.
    Professor Yuri Kivshar, Head, Nonlinear Physics Centre, Research School of Physical Sciences and Engineering, Australian National University
    Yuri Kivshar is a world leader in nonlinear physics and optics, widely recognised for his contributions to our understanding of self-trapping and energy localisation, pioneering results in the theory of optical solitons and vortices, and the world-first predictions of many important effects in nonlinear physics of periodic photonic structures. Most of his theoretical predictions have been verified and demonstrated experimentally. Yuri is a leading figure in the interchange of ideas between nonlinear optics and atom optics. His research is multidisciplinary in background and focus.
  22. 2009 award citation, Australian Academy of Science, retrieved 2010-06-08.
    Professor Victor Flambaum FAA, Scientia Professor and Chair of Theoretical Physcis, School of Physics, The University of New South Wales
    Victor Flambaum has performed pioneering research in the area of the violation of fundamental symmetries and tests of unification theories of elementary particles. With collaborators he developed a new method to perform the most accurate atomic calculations of parity violation. These calculations allowed the standard model of elementary particles to be tested. Recently he proposed new ideas which have led to fresh directions in the search for variations of the fundamental constants of nature, including astrophysics (Big Bang nucleosynthesis, quasar spectra), nuclear physics (nuclear clock), and atomic and molecular spectroscopy (atomic clocks).
  23. 2011 award citation, Australian Academy of Science, retrieved 2011-03-10.
    Professor James Stanislaus Williams FAA, Director, Research School of Physics and Engineering, Australian National University
    James Williams developed ion implantation processes which are widely used in the microelectronics industry for manufacturing computer chips. He has developed phase change memory technology based on silicon which is expected to play an important role in next generation of high density memory devices. His work on compound semiconductors has made an impact in optoelectronic device technology. He has provided exceptional leadership in materials science in Australia and is highly regarded internationally for his contributions in electronic materials.
  24. 2013 award citation, Australian Academy of Science, retrieved 2013-06-04.
    Professor Cheryl Elisabeth Praeger AM FAA, School of Mathematics and Statistics, The University of Western Australia
    Professor Cheryl Praeger has transformed our understanding of groups acting on large systems, producing new theories, algorithms and designs that have advanced every �field that exploits the symmetry of large systems. Her research has led to significant new directions taken up by mathematicians internationally. Her algorithms have enhanced powerful computer algebra systems which have transformed research and teaching of algebra.