Agnès Barthélémy and Manuel Bibes receive the Europhysics Prize

The Europhysics Prize 2022 of the European Physical Society (EPS) has just been awarded to Agnès Barthélémy and Manuel Bibes of the CNRS/Thales/Université Paris-Saclay laboratoiry (UMPhy), together with Ramamoorthy Ramesh (UC Berkeley) and Nicola Spaldin (ETH Zurich), in recognition of their fundamental contributions to the physics and applications of multiferroic and magnetoelectric materials.
This prize, awarded since 1975, is one of the most prestigious in Europe in the field of condensed matter physics and rewards research for which a significant part of the work has been carried out in Europe. Congrats to all four laureates!

For more details, please check the press release and information about the prize on the EPS website and on wikipedia. See also the news item on the CNRS website (in French).