Kálmán Lissák Prize
The Kálmán Lissák prize recognizes unique and outstanding achievements in the field of neurophysiology. The Hungarian Society of Clinical Neurophysiology awards it every two years to an outstanding Hungarian neurophysiologist. The prize is officially granted during the national congress of the Society, at which the winner is invited to give a plenary lecture. The recognition is named in honour of Kálmán Lissák a distinguished Hungarian neuroscientist.

Aladár Nagy Prize
The Aladár Nagy Prize is awarded every two years to a Hungarian clinical neurophysiology assistant/technician nominated by the Hungarian Society of Clinical Neurophysiology, based upon his/her professional achievements, outstanding activity in the field of education and training and support of the work of the Hungarian Society.

Best Young Presenter
The “Best young presenter” will be awarded with a one year on-line subscription to journal Clinical Neurophysiology!