Winner of 2013 Young Scientist Award


Simon A.J. Kimber was presented with the 2013 Young Scientist Award for his outstanding work on X-ray pair distribution function techniques (PDF) and their application to nanostructured materials. Simon, aged 31, is currently working as a post-doctoral fellow on ID15. The award was presented by Federico Boscherini from the Department of Physics and Astronomy of the University of Bologna, Italy.

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Top image: Simon Kimber during his presentation at the 2013 Users Meeting