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Lars Samuelson receives award from the Japan Society of Applied Physics

"Fellow International" Award diploma to Lars Samuelson by the Japan Society of Applied Physics
Award Diploma to Lars Samuelson, for ”Creation and Application of Compound Semiconductor Quantum Nanostructures and Contribution to Sweden-Japan Collaborations”

‘JSAP fellow’ is presented to individuals who have remarkably contributed to the progress of applied physics through the continuous activities in Japan Society of Applied Physics.

Lars Samuelson, Professor of Solid State Physics and founder of NanoLund receives the Award of ”JSAP Fellow International” for ”Creation and Application of Compound Semiconductor Quantum Nanostructures and Contribution to Sweden-Japan Collaborations”.

The JSAP has given the Fellow-Awards since 2007 and 2020 is the 14th time that the fellowship is awarded. Compared to the Japanese fellowship, the international fellowship is a rare distinction and in 2020, Lars Samuelson and Ichiro Takeuchi from the University of Maryland have been the only researchers to receive the JSAP Fellow International-Award.

Lars Samuelson received the Award during the 81st JSAP Autumn Meeting, 2020 (Online) on the 9th of September 2020.

https://www.jsap.or.jp/english/awards/jsap-fellow/recipients14