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The Robert S. Hyer Research Award, of the Texas Section of the American Physical Society, will be presented each year to two pairs of recipients: a graduate student and this student's research advisor, and an undergraduate student and that student's research advisor. The only criterion is excellence, including potential impact in the relevant scientific community.
Recipients: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007
Hyer as a Scientist
Hyer's Personality and Character
Since 2009, the Texas Section of the American Physical Society honors each year one or more of individuals that have made a significant contribution to the programs of the Texas Section and/or the Texas Physics community with a Texas Section Distinguished Service Award. A committee consisting of two members and two former recipients recommends one or more awardees and the executive committee votes on their recommendation.