- The Dutch Journal of Physics organizes a writing contest for PhD students and recent PhD graduates. Participants must be in their second year or higher of their PhD project, or have obtained their PhD degree after January 1st 2013. They are challenged to submit a good, coherent, fluently written article of 2,000 words on their Physics research (dissertation).
A jury, consisting of members of the editorial board of the journal, will prepare a proposal for the three best submissions. The editorial board will ultimately decide who the winners will be. The three best submissions will be published in the Dutch Journal of Physics (NTvN). Additionally, the winning authors will obtain a cash prize: first prize 1000 euro, second prize 750 euro and third prize 500 euro. The prizes will be awarded on 8 April during FYSICA 2016 in Nijmegen, the annual meeting of the NNV.
For more information, see the NVtN website.
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