Fellowship nominations may be submitted by anyone who is a member of the APS in good standing. All members of DAMOP are strongly encouraged to nominate colleagues whom they consider worthy of this recognition. See the Fellowship nomination information page for guidance on submitting nominations.
APS Fellowship Information
APS Fellows Nominated by DAMOP
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For high precision laser spectroscopy of hydrogen and muonium, and for advancing the state of the art in cold atom manipulation.
Citation: For atom interferometry with ultracold atoms and experiments with quantum degenerate gases.
Colorado School of Mines
Citation: For contributions to the theory of ultracold quantum gases, including solitons, vortices, and nonlinear dynamics.
University of Chicago
Citation: For experiments with quantum degenerate gases, including the study of Feshbach molecules, BEC-BCS crossover, Efimov states, and two-dimensional Bose gases.
Michigan State University
Citation: For contributions to the development of pulse shaping and coherent control techniques for femtosecond electronic spectroscopy microscopy and remote sensing of molecules.
Univ Fed Rio de Janeiro
Citation: For theoretical contributions to quantum measurements, especially those involving cavity QED in the strong coupling regime, and for the advancement of quantum optics in Latin America.
University of Hannover
Citation: For contributions to the fields of laser cooled atoms, quantum gases, and matter-wave interferometry.
Citation: For studies of quantum gases, including bosonic and fermionic Mott insulator transitions, the Dicke quantum phase transition in collective light-matter coupling and Dirac points in graphene-like optical lattices.
State University of New York, Buffalo
Citation: For fundamental contributions to linear and nonlinear light-matter interactions in metamaterials and structured light interactions with nanostructures.
Citation: For contributions to the theory of trapped ultracold atoms, including studies of one dimensional Fermi gases, the BEC-BCS crossover in polarized gases, and textures in spinor gases.
Affiliation not available
Citation: For observations of dipolar BEC, Rydberg blockades in ultracold atomic gases and in thermal micro-cells, and ultralong range Rydberg molecules.
Citation: For studies of electronic structure and dynamics of core-excited and core-ionized atoms and molecules by means of x-ray spectroscopic tools.
NASA Ames Research Center
Citation: For the laboratory study of interstellar and planetary molecules in astrophysically relevant environments.
University of Central Florida
Citation: For multidisciplinary advances in quantum optics, image science, and statistical optics.
DESY - CFEL
Citation: For the theoretical description of light-matter interactions, especially for processes involving X-rays and inner-shell electrons in atoms and molecules.
Vienna University of Technology
Citation: For contributions to the development ultracold atom interferometers on chips, and for the investigation of equilibrium and dynamical properties of one dimensional systems of interacting bosons.
University of Hamburg
Citation: For experimental studies of degenerate quantum gases, especially in their application to quantum simulation.
University of Toronto
Citation: For the development of novel guides and traps for neutral atoms and for studies of quantum degenerate Bose and Fermi gases.