Recipient


Skrinsky

Alexander N. Skrinsky
Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics

Citation:

"For his major contribution to the invention and development of electron cooling and for his development and for his contributions to the physics of the electron-positron colliders at the Budker Institute."

Background:

Brief sketch of research activity
1959 - graduated the Physical Faculty of Moscow State University
1959 - 1961 junior researcher
1961 - & head of laboratory, INP
1971 - 1977 Deputy Director of INP
1978 - & Director of INP (Institute of Nuclear Physics, Russian Academy of Science)
1988 - & Chairman (Academician-Secretary) of Nuclear Physics Dpt., Rus. Ac.of Sc.

1965 - Doctor of Phys. Math. Science
1969 - Professor
1968 - Corresponding Member of Russian Academy of Science
1970 - Academician (Full Member) of Russian Academy of Science
1999 - Fellow of the American Physical Society
2000 - Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Science

1981 - 1988 Member of International Committee on Future Accelerators (ICFA)
1986 - 1992 Member of Scientific Policy Council of CERN, Geneva
1989 - 1992 Chairman of Intern. Committee on Future Accelerators (ICFA)
1995 - & Member of Extended Scientific Council of DESY

1967 - Recipient of the Lenin Prize, USSR
1989 - Recipient of State Prize, USSR

Main scientific contributions: Development of the electron-electron and positron electron colliding beam method in high energy physics; Development of the VEPP family of positron-electron colliders and the cycles of hadron physics studies in annihilation processes; Development of the electron cooling method; Ionization cooling development for muon-muon colliders and for neutrino factories; Development of linear collider approach for hundreds GeV energy range; Polarized beams in storage rings and their application; Beam dynamics and beam-beam effects; Synchrotron radiation sources and its application; Free electron lasers development. Publications: Over 300 research publications in the fields of accelerator physics and technology and high energy physics.


Selection Committee:

Pief Panofsky (Chair), Henry Blosser, Maury Tigner, Norbert Holtkamp, Michael A. Harrison