Prizes & Awards
Distinguished Lectureship Award on the Applications of Physics
To stimulate interest and excitement in non-academic career paths in physics, and to expose students, faculty, and physics graduates to a variety of cutting-edge physics problems encountered throughout a successful industrial or other non-academic career.
George E. Pake Prize
To recognize and encourage outstanding work by physicists combining original research accomplishments with leadership in the management of research or development in industry.
Prize for Industrial Applications of Physics
The purpose of the prize is to recognize excellence in the industrial application of physics, and thereby to publicize the value of physics in industry, to encourage physics research in industry, and to enhance students' awareness of and interest in the role of physics in commercial product development.
The Ken Hass Outstanding Student Paper Award
The purpose of this award is to recognize outstanding student papers on industrial applications of physics submitted to a sorting category or a focus session sponsored or co-sponsored by the Forum on Industrial & Applied Physics (FIAP) at the APS March meeting.