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Beynon Medals

The EISCAT Council awards distinguished persons the Sir Granville Beynon medal.

 

Receipients:

1st
Prof. Tor Hagfors, 2002

Awarded to Professor Tor Hagfors on 4th February 2002 for his outstanding services to the EISCAT Scientific Association and to Ionospheric Physics

2nd
Prof. Tauno Turunen, 2003

In recognition of important contributions to the techniques of Incoherent Scatter Radar and outstanding services to the EISCAT Scientific Association

3rd
Prof. Jürgen Röttger, 2004

In recognition of outstanding services to the EISCAT Scientific Association including the establishment of the EISCAT Svalbard Radar at Longyearbyen

4th
Prof. Henry Rishbeth, 2006

Awarded by the Council of the EISCAT Scientific Association to Professor Henry Risbeth In recognition of outstanding contributions to the scientific exploitation of incoherent scatter in Europe including the UK PUSCAT and MISCAT radars and the radars of the EISCAT Scientific Association

5th
Prof. Nobuo Matsuura, 2007

Awarded by the Council of the EISCAT Scientific Association to Professor Nobuo Matuura In recognition of his contributions to the successful establishment of the EISCAT Svalbard Radar at Longyearbyen and to the expansion of the EISCAT Scientific Association to include non-European members

6th
Prof. Markku Lehtinen, 2008

Awarded by the Council of the EISCAT Scientific Association to Professor Markku Lehtinen In recognition of his seminal contributions to the development of advanced modulation techniques for incoherent scatter radars and to the mathematical foundations and implementation of effective incoherent scatter radar data analysis systems

7th
Dr. Gudmund Wannberg, 2009

Awarded by the Council of the EISCAT Scientific Association to Doctor Gudmund Wannberg. In recognition of his persistent work for the technical development of EISCAT radars and his invaluable contribution to the EU Design Study project for the EISCAT_3D radars.

8th
Prof. Asgeir Brekke, 2010

Awarded by the Council of the EISCAT Scientific Association to Prof. Asgeir Brekke in recognition of his pioneering work in polar ionosphere investigations with Incoherent Scatter Radar measurements and of his long-term efforts in advocating EISCAT research worldwide.

9th
To be reveled, in spring 2017

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