ICS MEDAL

Prof. Shimon Vega

Weizmann Institute of Science

2018

For groundbreaking theoretical and experimental contributions to solid state NMR; in particular for the elucidation of multiple quantum spectroscopy, dynamic nuclear polarization and the unique Floquet analysis.

Prof. Nimrod Moiseyev

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

2018

For pioneering work on resonance states in atoms and molecules and for introducing the theory of non-Hermitian quantum mechanics, which had a remarkable impact on experimental chemistry and physics.

Prof. Yitzhak Apeloig

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

2017

For his pioneering contributions to silicon chemistry, both theoretical and experimental, for his leading role in establishing computational chemistry as a powerful research tool, and for his outstanding academic leadership.

Prof. Sason Shaik

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

2017

For his revolutionary contributions to the Valence Bond theory, and for establishing new concepts in chemical bonding and chemical reactivity, ranging from small molecules to bioinorganic systems and metallo-enzymatic reaction mechanisms.

Prof. David Milstein

Weizmann Institute of Science

2016

For his pioneering work on transition metal-mediated processes includes the activation and functionalization of normally inert chemical bonds, has provided fundamental insight into catalytic reaction mechanisms, and has enabled the design of novel chemical transformations of great synthetic importance.

Prof. Itamar Willner

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

2016

For his seminal accomplishments in nanotechnology, materials science and bioelectronics, and for integrating biomaterials with chemical systems

Prof. Zvi Rappoport

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

2015

For comprehensive deciphering the mechanisms of important chemical reactions and for characterizing reactive intermediates, thus equipping organic chemists with tools for better controlling their reactions; for significantly advancing the Israeli chemical community through establishing an influential school of physical organic chemistry and by refining the organic chemistry literature.

Prof. Reshef Tenne

Weizmann Institute of Science

2015

For his discoveries of the inorganic fullerene-like nanospheres and nanotubes, which represent a new class of nanomaterials, for elucidating their unique properties and for employing them in a broad range of useful applications. 

Prof. Abraham Nitzan

Tel Aviv University

2014

Nitzan has made pioneering contributions to the theory of chemical reactions, of energy transfer and of charge transfer in condensed phases and at interfaces.

Prof. Eliezer Gileadi

Tel Aviv University

2014

Since joining Tel Aviv University in 1966 he became a recognized leader of the domestic and international electrochemistry communities, educating generations of world-renown electrochemists and influencing the community by his widely used books.

Prof. Arieh Warshel

University of Southern California

2013

Prof. Michael Levitt

Stanford University

2013

For the development of multiscale models for complex chemical systems.

Prof. Raphael David Levine

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

2012

For understanding chemical reactivity on the molecular-scale with special reference to the role of energy and for discovering that the methods of thermodynamics can be applied to nonequilibrium few-atom systems.

Dan Shechtman

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

2011

For the discovery of quasicrystals.

Eli Hurvitz

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.2010

For leading "Teva" for 17 years, since the company was still a small and unknown drug company, to the top of its field world-wide.

Prof. Meir Wilchek

Weizmann Institute of Science2010

Prof. Leslie Leiserowitz

Weizmann Institute of Science

2009

For their unique contributions to our basic understanding and ability to control the self-assembly of organic molecules.

Prof. Meir Lahav

Weizmann Institute of Science

2009

For their unique contributions to our basic understanding and ability to control the self-assembly of organic molecules.

Prof. Zeev Luz

Weizmann Institute of Science

2008

Prof. Aaron Ciechanover

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

2005

Prof. Avram Hershko

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

2005

Prof. Ruben Pauncz

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

2004

Prof. Joshua Jortner

Twl Aviv University

2003

Prof. Ada Yonath

The Weizmann Institute of Science

2002

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