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Zohreh Davoudi wins 2018 Wilson Prize

Submitted by Shane D Debolt on September 27, 2018 - 10:36am

Zohreh Davoudi was awarded the 2018 Ken Wilson Prize for Lattice Gauge Theory. Zohreh was a PhD student at the INT and University of Washington Physics Dept (advised by Martin Savage), and is now an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland. She is the 3rd PhD student from the INT and Nuclear Theory Groups in Seattle to win this prestigious award.  The prize is for work she did at UW, and she was nominated by Silas Beane, with letters from Will Detmold and Martin Savage. 


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