The Winner of the 2013 Structural Dynamics Dy Prize
The sdy prize is the latest addition to Structural Dynamics’ prestigious awards program. The prize is awarded to recognize and honor individuals who have made a significant contribution in the field of ultrafast science or technology.
The award is presented to a scientist or engineer who has made a fundamental and creative contribution in the field of ultrafast science. The winning prize recipients will be chosen by a panel of experts from the scientific community.
A winner of the sdy prize will receive a certificate and a check for 2,000 USD. The winner will also have the opportunity to present his/her research at a conference.
Structural Dynamics congratulates the winner of this year’s sdy prize, Professor Majed Chergui! He is a world-renowned physicist who has pioneered the use of ultrafast electron diffraction and microscopy. He has made contributions to the fields of physics, chemistry and biology.
He has been a leader in the development of experimental beamlines for structural biology worldwide and has a long track record of advancing ultrafast science, in particular, diffraction and microscopy.
Among other achievements, he has led the development of new approaches to ultrafast electron diffraction and microscopy and pioneered the application of these techniques to solving problems in physics, chemistry and biology.
His work is widely recognized and cited, and has had a significant impact on the fields of physics, chemistry, materials science, and biology.
The prize is a great recognition of his efforts and the significance of his discoveries. His research is a testament to the importance of crystallography and its applications in modern science.
He is an outstanding contributor to the fields of physics, chemistry, biology and materials science and his work has had a significant impact on the world’s understanding of these fields.
In the last few years, he has also made his mark on the esports scene with his performances on both CS:GO and Dota 2. He was a member of Team Spirit in the past, but has since moved to Liquid.
While at Liquid, he had an impressive run with the organization. He helped them win BLAST Premier Spring Finals 2022 and was runners-up at IEM Cologne, where they lost to FaZe Clan in the grand finals.
During his time with NaVi, he has played ten official matches, averaging a 0.98 performance rating. He is currently a stand-in for Kirill “Boombl4” Mikhaylov and will remain on the roster for at least three months.
Sdy is still a young player, and has shown promise in a short time. However, his in-game decisions and reactions need to improve.
The next few months will be a big test for him and his team. He will be given the chance to prove that he can perform on a high level, and whether or not that happens will depend on his performance at BLAST and at IEM Cologne.
The 25-year-old Ukrainian CS:GO player joined Natus Vincere at the start of June on a trial basis, and he has been able to contribute to the team’s success. He has helped them reach the finals of BLAST and IEM Cologne, and is now set to remain with the team for at least the next three months.