THE BLAISE PASCAL MEDAL 2004

Blaise Pascal Medal in Physics

Manuel Cardona , Spain/Germany


Prof. Manuel Cardona  is  the worldwide specialist in the field of solid state physics. The Blaise Pascal Medal is awarded for his contributions to physics and fundamental developments in the field of condensed matter.







Emmanuel Floratos, Greece


Prof. Emmanuel Floratos is a renowned scientist  who   made influential  contributions to physics and mathematics. He is awarded the Blaise Pascal Medal for his   contributions to physics and  fundamental research in finite  quantum mechanics.








Blaise Pascal Medal in Mathematics and Computational Science

Lev Kudryavtsev , Russia


Prof. Kudryavtsev  is a renowned Russian mathematician. The Blaise Pascal Medal is awarded for his contributions to the theory of functions, topology  and   mathematical education. see Essay prepared by  A. Sergeev






Robert Tarjan , USA


Prof. Robert E. Tarjan is a well-known expert in the design and analysis of computer algorithms. He is awarded the Blaise Pascal Medal for his  contributions to computational sciences and  developments of fundamental computer algorithms.







Blaise Pascal Medal in Engineering

Stan Veprek, Germany


Prof. Veprek is well-known materials scientist who greatly contributed to the design and characterisation of novel nano-materials. He is awarded the Blaise Pascal Medal for his contributions to materials science and fundamental studies of  novel super-hard materials.







Blaise Pascal Medal in Natural Sciences

Erich  Windhab, Switzerland


Prof. Windhab  is well-known  scientist who works on food technologies.  He is awarded the Blaise Pascal Medal for his contributions to food sciences and fundamental studies of  fluid technological processes for microstructuring of multiphase systems.