Les récipiendaires du Prix E.F.T.F. :

année | récipiendaire(s) | objet(s) du prix | sponsor(s) |
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2015 | |||

1993 | Christophe SALOMON | For his research on the physics of laser-cooled caesium atoms and their application to an atomic clock based on a caesium fountain | Prize sponsored by the Société Française des Microtechniques et de Chronométrie |

1994 | Non décerné | ||

1995 | Fred L. WALLS | For outstanding contributions to pioneer work in ion storage physics, design and development of passive hydrogen masers, measurements of phase noise in passive resonators, very low noise electronics and phase noise metrology | Prize sponsored by the Société Française des Microtechniques et de Chronométrie |

1996 | Non décerné | ||

1997 | Successive teams of PTB (Gerhardt BECKER, Klaus DORENWENDT, Hermann BAUCH) | For outstanding contribution in designing and operating primary cesium beam standards that have shown continuously, since almost 30 years, a very high level of accuracy. They have very positively contributed to the quality of the realization of the unit of time and to the elaboration of the International Atomic Time | |

1998 | Non décerné | ||

1999 | G. J. DICK | For outstanding contribution to development of cryogenic oscillators of different types with extremely low phase noise and for prediction of the importance of noise characteristics in oscillators associated with atomic frequency standards | Prize sponsored by the Société Française des Microtechniques et de Chronométrie |

2000 | Non décerné | ||

2001 | Pierre CEREZ | For his outstanding contribution to the study and development of optically pumped cesium beam frequency standards | Prize sponsored by the Société Française des Microtechniques et de Chronométrie |

Dieter KIRCHNER | For outstanding contributions in development of satellite synchronisation techniques, in particular the two-way satellite time and frequency transfer, and for realization of the first telephone time code generators now largely used in the dissemination fields | Prize sponsored by the Société Française des Microtechniques et de Chronométrie | |

2002 | Non décerné | ||

2003 | Thomas PARKER | Considering his outstanding achievements in several fields of time and frequency in particular his recent results regarding the operation and comparison of primary frequency standards and the realization of an hydrogen-based time scale as a frequency reference of outstanding stability | Prize sponsored by the Société Française des Microtechniques et de Chronométrie |

André CLAIRON | For profound and continuing contributions to the Time and Frequency Metrology and the outstanding and pioneering realization of high accuracy atomic fountain frequency standards | Prize sponsored by the Société Française des Microtechniques et de Chronométrie | |

2004 | Non décerné | ||

2005 | Hidetoshi KATORI | For a brilliant break-through in the field of optical frequency standards | Prize sponsored by the Société Française des Microtechniques et de Chronométrie |

P. KREMPL | For his pioneering research on the physical and electro-acoustical properties of Gallium Phosphate and the development of industrial growth processes for large crystals including the epitaxial growth of GaPO4 on quartz, leading to state of the art resonators and sensors | Prize sponsored by the Société Française des Microtechniques et de Chronométrie | |

Georgy D. MANSFELD | For fundamental contributions in understanding physical and quantum acoustics, acoustoelectronics in piezoelectric semiconductors and acoustomagnetic effects in ferrites. For application to frequency control and high Q microwave resonators using ultra low loss materials | Prize sponsored by the Société Française des Microtechniques et de Chronométrie | |

2006 | Raymond J. BESSON | "For his outstanding scientific research on the design and development of the BVA resonator as a prerequisite to the success of clocks on ground and in space and for his invaluable contributions to the existence and the success of the European Frequency and Time Forum | Prize sponsored by The Helmholtz Foundation e.V. for the advancement of science and research on the field of physical and technical precision measurements |

2007 | Fritz RIEHLE | For profound and continuing contributions to Time and Frequency metrology and the outstanding realization of neutral calcium optical frequency standards | Prize sponsored by the Société Française des Microtechniques et de Chronométrie |

2008 | Pierre THOMANN | For his profound research on clocks for ground and space applications and in particular for the development of the first continuous caesium fountain clock | Prize sponsored by the Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES) |

Aldo GODONE | For his fundamental contributions to the development of chains of frequency synthesis and frequency standards in the far-infrared and to the field of atomic clocks based on optical pumping | Prize sponsored by the Centre National d’'Etudes Spatiales (CNES) | |

2009 | Jun YE | For his pioneering work in establishing a neutral atom optical lattice clock, narrow linewidth lasers, femtosecond spectroscopy, and phase-coherent transmission of frequencies via optical fibers | Prize sponsored by the Société Française des Microtechniques et de Chronométrie |

2010 | Gérard PETIT | For his outstanding contributions to the elaboration of time scales including the investigations of the influence of General Relativity to space-time references and primary frequency standards | Prize sponsored by the European Space Agency (ESA) |

2011 | Dr. James C. BERGQUIST | For seminal contributions to high-resolution laser spectroscopy and frequency standards for over 30 years | Prize sponsored by the Société Française des Microtechniques et de Chronométrie and the French watchmaking company DODANE 1857 |

2012 | Dr. Pascale DEFRAIGNE | For seminal contribution in the use of geodetic GNSS techniques for time and frequency transfer | Prize sponsored by the Chalmers University, Gothenburg, Sweden |

2013 | Kurt GIBBLE | For his fundamental contributions to the development of atomic fountain clocks and methods to improve their accuracy to 10E-16 level, including comprehensive studies of cold collisions and models of distributed cavity phase and microwave lensing effects | Prize sponsored by the Société Française des Microtechniques et de Chronométrie and the French watchmaking company DODANE 1857 |

2014 | Alexey V. Taichenachev | For novel methods in the preparation and interrogation of atoms that have led to new kinds of spectroscopy and improved atomic clocks | Prize sponsored by the Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS) |

Valeriy L. Yudin | Prize sponsored by the Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS) |