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Laura H. Greene is the Chief Scientist at the National High Field Magnet Laboratory and the Francis Eppes Professor of Physics at Florida State University. Her research is in experimental condensed matter physics, investigating strongly correlated electron systems with a focus on high-temperature and other unconventional superconductors.
For APS, her service includes Council, Executive Board, DMP Chair, and co-founder of FOEP. Other service includes being on the AAAS Board and ICAM Board of Governors Chair. Greene has served on two IUPAP commissions, and is the incoming Chair of C10 and their USLC. She has served on BESAC, the BPA, the Gordon Research Board, and the Sloan Fellowship Committee. Greene has been a visiting scientist at CNRS-Orsay, UCI, Trinity College Cambridge UK, and is a visiting distinguished professor at Seoul National University. Her editorial positions include Reports on the Progress in Physics (editor-in-chief), Philosophical Transactions A, and Current Opinions in Solid State & Materials Science (COSSMS). Greene is a member of the National Academy of Sciences.
She is a Fellow in the AAAS, the Institute of Physics (U.K.), and APS. She has been a Guggenheim Fellow, received the E.O. Lawrence Award, the Maria Goeppert-Mayer Award, and the Bellcore Award of Excellence. She has co-authored over 200 publications and given over 450 invited talks.