The Paolo Farinella Prize is awarded annually at the Europlanet Science Congress (EPSC). The Paolo Farinella prize was established to honour the memory and the outstanding figure of Paolo Farinella (1953–2000). The winner of the prize is selected each year on the basis of their overall research results in a chosen field, among candidates with international and interdisciplinary collaborations, not older than 47 years, the age of Farinella when he passed away on 25 March 2000.
Prof Diana Valencia, a physicist working at the Department of Physical Sciences and of the University of Toronto, and Prof Lena Noack, a planetary scientist working at Department of Earth Sciences at Freie Universität Berlin, have been awarded jointly the 2021 Paolo Farinella Prize, for their significant contributions in our understanding of the interior structure and dynamics of terrestrial and super-Earth exoplanets.
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