Two Rosenblum awards are given each year to graduate students or postdocs working in Gravitation. The awards are given during the years' Rosenblum lecture that takes place in Memory of Prof. Arnold Rosenblum, an internationally known theoretical physics from Utah who has worked on Gravitation. The awards were donated by Mrs. Dorothy Rosenblum, Arnold's mother after his premature death at the age of 46.
We wish to congratulate this years’ prize winners:
- Tamar Faran for her work on The evolution of temperature and bolometric luminosity in Type II supernovae.
- Sharon Lapiner for her work on Evolution of galaxy shapes.
We thank this years' speaker Prof. Andreas Burkert (Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich) for giving the annual Rosenblum lecture.