International Gold Medal
The Niels Bohr medal is awarded to an engineer or physicist for their internationally recognised research in the areas in which Danish physicist Niels Bohr (1885-1962) worked. The medal has been awarded 12 times in total. It was first awarded to Niels Bohr at his 70th birthday in 1955 to honour his research and work for the benefit of humanity.
The Niels Bohr medal is established by the Danish Society of Engineers, now IDA, in 1955 as a tribute to Niels Bohr. The recipient is chosen by a prize committee consisting of representatives from the Danish scientific community. You can read more about the criteria for nomination and the prize committee below.
The nomination must contain:
Letters of recommendation can be sent to The Danish Society of Engineers, IDA at email [email protected].
The deadline for nomination is 30 October 2021.
The award is sponsored by Carlsberg Foundation