Jul 7 – 12, 2024
Aurum, the ‘Gabriele d’Annunzio’ University and ICRANet
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MG awards

The 17 th Marcel Grossmann Meeting – MG XVII
July 9, 2024, Pescara (Italy)

Individual Awards
Goes to
“For his groundbreaking contributions to the scientific definition of the most sensitive radio telescope and his numerous innovations in characterizing the dynamic universe, resulting in precise measurements of the interstellar magnetic field and advancing the field of fast radio bursts into a high-statistics era”.

Goes to
“For his pioneering and groundbreaking theoretical and numerical simulation contributions that have advanced our
understanding of supernovae, gamma-ray bursts, and binary stellar evolution connecting them”.

Institutional Awards
“For the innovative detection and comprehensive analysis of a large population of fast radio bursts, significantly increasing their statistics, including repeating sources, which have boosted our understanding of their origin and their application in mapping the universe structure and composition”.
Goes to:
- presented to Professor Victoria Kaspi


Each recipient is presented with a silver casting of the TEST sculpture by the artist A. Pierelli. The original casting was presented to His Holiness Pope John Paul II on the first occasion of the Marcel Grossmann Awards.


MG17 Awards booklet

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