Dr. C.K. Raju, who helped India develop the Param supercomputer, has been selected for the Telesio-Galilei Academy of Science Award 2010 for pointing out a mistake made by Einstein and correcting it. See full citation.
Chandra Kant Raju
In physics, he defined a product of Schwartz distributions, and proposed an interpretation of quantum mechanics, dubbed the structured-time interpretation, and a model of physical time evolution. Also, he noted that every aspect of special relativity was published by Poincaré in papers between 1898 and 1905 and further noted that Einstein made a mistake on which much of modern physics has been built. He has proposed appropriate corrections. This award is made for these deep insights into these areas of physics.