We’re is proud to announce that Professor Henry Curran, in MaREI at University of Galway has been awarded the Ya. B. Zeldovich Gold Medal.
The Ya. B. Zeldovich Gold Medal recognizes outstanding contributions toThe gold medal is bestowed biennially one scientist during the International Symposium on Combustion.
The gold medal is named after Yakov Borisovich Zeldovich (1914-1987), aphysicist at the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Moscow. His far-reaching scientific achievements many fields ranging from physical chemistry to nuclear and particle physics, and finally astrophysics and cosmology. Zeldovich worked on the theory of ignition, combustion, and detonation. He achieved results He also discovered an oxidation of nitrogen mechanism, known in physical chemistry NO Mechanism or the Zeldovich Mechanism.
The Ya.Gold medals are bestowed scientists whose major contributions have significantly science.
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