Hyun Youk wins Young Scientist Prize in Biological Physics

News - 12 May 2017

C6 is pleased to announce the award of IUPAP Young Scientist Prizes in Biological Physics to Hyun Youk in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the areas of physics within the remit of the Commission.

Hyun Youk has won the Young Scientist Prize in Biological Physics, which will be awarded by the IUPAP during the 9th IUPAP International Conference on Biological Physics (ICBP2017), to be held in Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil, from 5 to 9 June 2017.

This event belongs to a series of conferences of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics - IUPAP that congregates physicists and biosciences scientists to present and discuss recent results and inventions at the frontiers of biological physics, approaching different aspecs of living systems.

As previous editions, first two days of the conference will encompass training workshops (Tutorials), and the remaining three days will include plenary lectures, research symposia, poster sessions, and one special session honoring the winner/winners of the IUPAP C6 Young Scientist Prize.