Prize ceremony for the 2018 Nicholas Kurti Science Prize for Europe

Oxford Instruments NanoScience will be presenting the winner Dr Philip Moll of Max Plank Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids in Dresden, Germany,  with the trophy, certificate, and 8000 Euros cash prize, followed by a brief presentation by the winner on his award-winning work.

His research group, ‘microstructured quantum materials’ (mqm), is currently transitioning to the Institute of Materials at EPFL, Switzerland.

Dr Moll is recognised for leading the development of novel micro-structuring techniques, allowing the fabrication of bespoke devices and experiments from complex quantum materials, and thereby enabling entirely new classes of low temperature and high magnetic field measurements.

More information is available on the Science Prize pages of the company website at