APS Fellow Archive

The APS Fellow Archive is an historic record of every APS Fellow, from 1921 to the present. The details contained in the archive are intended to document an individual's institutional affiliation at the time of their election to Fellowship, and is not updated to reflect current information. For a current listing of an APS Fellow who is still an active member, or to search your institution for current APS Fellows, please use the APS Member Directory. For questions about the Fellows Archive, please contact Janay Oliver, APS Membership and Fellowship Specialist, at fellowship@aps.org.

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Hasan, Zahid [2013]
Princeton University
Citation: For the experimental discovery of three dimensional topological insulators.
Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Olsen, James D. [2013]
Princeton University
Citation: For seminal contributions to the observation of Direct CP Violation in the B meson systems by the BaBar experiment at SLAC, and for his leading role in the first CMS measurement of Higgs decays to b quarks.
Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Page, Lyman A. [2013]
Princeton University
Citation: For his leadership in precision measurements of the cosmic microwave background, culminating in the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe experiment, which has enabled precise determinations of the fundamental cosmological parameters, including the geometry, age and composition of the universe.
Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

Seljak, Uros [2013]
Princeton University
Citation: For seminal contributions to theoretical and observational cosmology, including the theory of anisotropies in the cosmic microwave background gravitational lensing, galaxy formation and inflation.
Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

Spergel, David N. [2013]
Princeton University
Citation: For his pioneering contributions to the understanding of our universe. David's work with the WMAP satellite led to discovery of the geometry, age, and total content of our universe.
Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

Stone, James M. [2013]
Princeton University
Citation: For his leading role in the development of tools for computational magnetohydrodynamics and in advancing our understanding of the physics of accretion disks, the dynamics of disk driven winds, and the dynamics of molecular clouds.
Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics