The IPS Prize and Medal Awards are generously sponsored by: World Scientific Pte. Ltd., Research Instruments Singapore, Crescendas Group and Cadi Scientific Pte. Ltd.2011 IPS Medallists
1) The IPS President's Medal
Prof. Lui Pao Chuen (Chief Scientific Advisor, Min. of Foreign Affairs; Advisor, National Research Foundation)
For his immense contributions to the physics community and his relentless efforts in promoting physics education in Singapore.
2) The World Scientific (Physics Research) Medal and Prize
Prof. Shen Zexiang (NTU)
For outstanding contributions to graphene and near-field scanning Raman microscopy research done in Singapore.
3) The Omicron Nanotechnology Medal and Prize (Nanotechnology Physics Research)
Asst. Prof. Yu Ting (NTU)
For outstanding contributions to Nanotechnology research done in Singapore.
4) The Crescendas Physics Medal and Prize (Secondary School / Junior College)
Ms. Fabiola Soong (Anglo-Chinese Junior College)
For outstanding physics teaching in a junior college and contributions to the 37th International Physics Olympiad (IPHO) held in Singapore, 2006 featuring participants from more than 90 countries.
Mr. Ang Joo Liak (Nanyang Girls' High School)
For outstanding and innovative physics teaching and physics pedagogy in a secondary school in Singapore.
5) The Cadi Scientific Medal and Prize: The Public Awareness of Physics Award
Prof. Leo Tan (NUS)
For outstanding contributions to numerous aspects of public awareness of physics. He was Director/CEO of the Singapore Science Centre from 1982 to 1991 and Founding Dean of the School of Science at the National Institute of Education (NIE) from 1991 to 2000. At Nanyang Technological University, he chaired a Task Force (2003 to 2004) to establish the School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences. NIE has the unique distinction of being internationally recognized for both its pedagogical and content teaching and research.
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