The KIF Prize is awarded annually to raise awareness about the importance of women in physics. The prize should help identify female physicists as role models at universities as well as at high schools and in society and business.
The theme for this year's annual meeting was "The Role of Role Models". It was held at Geological Museum at Copenhagen University on Wednesday the 10th of October 2018.
We have interviewed the woman behind the Promote Me campaign, Associate Professor at Copenhagen University Vanessa Hall, and asked her why her campaign is important and which expectations she has.
KIF chair woman and Associate Professor Christa Gall steps down from the chairmanship. Read about her achievements here.
A woman working within the physical sciences (physics, engineering) who is a role model for other women within physics. The candidate must either be Danish or residing and/or working in Denmark.