# APS Fellowship

DPB Deadline for APS Fellowship Nomination: Wednesday, April 1, 2015

APS Fellowship Information

APS Fellowship Information

## APS Fellows Nominated by DPB

**Adolphsen, Chris Edward**[2003]

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For original contributions to the beam physics and microwave properties of high frequency high-gradient linear accelerators.

**Alessi, James G.**[2009]

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Citation: For his many groundbreaking contributions to the development of intense negatively charged hydrogen (H-) beam sources, both unpolarized and spin-polarized, and the development of a high intensity Electron Beam Ion Source for the production of beams of high charge state heavy ions.

**Allen, Matthew Arnold**[1991]

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For innovative contributions to, and leadership of, research, development, and construction of radio frequency systems for GeV electron-positron storage rings, linear accelerators, and linear colliders.

**Anderson, Oscar A.**[1993]

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Citation: For the theoretical study and practical development of novel high current, high energy DC accelerators.

**Baartman, Richard A.**[2009]

TRIUMF

Citation: For significant contributions to the theory and elucidation of collective instabilities and higher order aberrations in particle accelerators and beamlines.

**Bai, Mei**[2014]

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Citation: For outstanding contributions to the dynamics of spin-polarized beams and the acceleration of polarized protons for the first high energy polarized proton collider.

**Bangerter, Roger Odell**[1996]

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Citation: For fundamental contributions to all aspects of heavy-ion-driven inertial confinement fusion and leadership of the US effort to develop its potential as an energy source.

**Barletta, William A.**[1995]

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Citation: For his contributions to the combination of plasma devices and electron beams, free electron lasers, and conventional accelerators, as well as to the wise direction of beam physics programs during the last decade.

**Ben-Zvi, Ilan**[1994]

Citation: For contributions to the development of superconducting quarter wave resonator structures and superconducting radio frequency quadrupoles for the acceleration of heavy ion beams and to the development of the Accelerator Test Facility and BNL.

**Benson, Stephen Vincent**[2002]

Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility

Citation: For critical contributions to the development of free-electron lasers, including the first demonstration of lasing at harmonics and of multi-kilowatt lasing with an energy recovered linac.

**Berz, Martin**[1998]

Michigan State University

Citation: For pioneering the application of computational differential algebra to modeling and analysis of beam dynamics.

**Biedron, Sandra G.**[2013]

Colorado State University

Citation: For her fundamental advancement of light sources, including the control of light and harmonic light generated from coherent electron beams and the development of high-power long wavelength sources.

**Billinge, Roy**[1991]

Citation: For construction of the Fermilab Booster, for responsibility for the SPS Magnet System, and for leading the group at CERN that took stochastic cooling from an idea to a practical technique.

**Bisognano, Joseph John**[1994]

Citation: For his research into the theory of collective and statistical phenomena in particle beams, including stochastic cooling and instabilities and application of these results to the design and operation of accelerators.

**Blaskiewicz, Michael**[2010]

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Citation: For theoretical and experimental work leading to the first successful implementation of bunched beam stochastic cooling in a high energy ion collider.

**Borland, Michael**[2007]

Argonne National Laboratory

Citation: For outstanding contributions to fourth generation light sources, particularly for development and support of the program ELEGANT, the first integrated accelerator code to realistically model coherent synchrotron radiation effects.

**Brau, Charles A.**[1999]

Vanderbilt University

Citation: For his contributions to the development of free-electron lasers, and his discovery of the rare-gas halide excimer lasers.

**Brennan, Joseph Michael**[1997]

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Citation: For contributions to the design, construction, and implementation of synchrotron rf acceleration systems, and specifically the AGS.

**Bruhwiler, David**[2010]

Tech-X Corp

Citation: For extensive accomplishments in computations of beam and

plasma, including codiscovery of quality beams from

laser-plasma interaction, methods for computations

of electron cooling for ion accelerators, and for discovering the importance of tunneling ionization in plasma wake field acceleration.

**Byrd, John**[2012]

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Citation: For his seminal contributions to accelerator science in the areas of: collective beam behavior, coherent synchrotron radiation in storage rings and femtosecond timing and synchronization of accelerator systems

**Cai, Yunhai**[2013]

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For his important contributions to beam dynamics in areas of beam-beam, nonlinear dynamics, and microwave instability, and pioneering contributions to the development of ultra-low emittance storage rings for the future generation of synchrotron radiation.

**Caporaso, George James**[1996]

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Citation: For original contributions to the design and analysis of high-current electron accelerators, especially for instability studies which have greatly extended the utility of induction linacs.

**Carlsten, Bruce E.**[2005]

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Citation: For outstanding contributions to the understanding of intense electron beams and for the development of techniques that have led to the achievement of ultra-bright electron sources.

**Chattopadhyay, Swapan**[1995]

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Citation: For his pioneering studies of fluctuations, coherence and phase-space cooling and his contributions to the accelerator physics foundation of PEP II, an asymmetric B-factory collider for CP-violation studies.

**Chen, Pisin**[1995]

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For his contributions in novel accelerator concepts including the Plasma Wakefield Accelerator and the self-focusing plasma lens, and for contributions to the understanding of the beam-beam interaction in linear colliders, including the discovery of beams

**Chen, Yu-Jiuan**[2002]

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Citation: For revolutionizing the achievable beam quality of linear induction accelerators and advancing the state-of-the art of flash x-ray radiographic technology.

**Cho, Yanglai**[2000]

Argonne National Laboratory

Citation: For continuing excellent contributions to high energy physics experiments and technology, and to the design and commissioning of large accelerator facilities.

**Clark, Gregory John**[1990]

Citation: For the creative scientific use of ion, electron, and photon beams for both fundamental and applied studies in condensed matter, atomic, nuclear, and geophysics.

**Cole, Francis T.**[1992]

Citation: For contributions to accelerator theory in areas including nonlinear dynamics and space-charge phenomena; for contributions to the design of accelerators for use in particle physics and in medicine.

**Colestock, Patrick L.**[1997]

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For his pioneering application of plasma physics theoretical formalisms to explain observed nonlinear beam dynamics in particle accelerators, and using this nonlinearity as a powerful new beam diagnostic tool.

**Colson, William Boniface**[2001]

Naval Postgraduate School

Citation: For outstanding theoretical contributions to the fundamental understanding of Free Electron Lasers. These theoretical concepts, first put forward over 20 years ago, are widely applied throughout the world today.

**Cooper, Richard K.**[1994]

Citation: For his contributions to the understanding of cumulative beam-breakup in induction and rf linacs, his role in bringing 3-D electromagnetic solvers to fruition and his early calculations of high gain FELs.

**Cornacchia, Max**[1996]

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For broad contributions to the development of several accelerators, particularly in the design and development of synchrotron light sources from the first generation through current studies on concepts for future sources.

**Craddock, Michael Kevin**[1990]

Univ of British Columbia

Citation: For contributions to the design of cyclotrons and synchrotrons capable of accelerating very-high-intensity beams for pion and kaon factories.

**Danilov, Viatcheslav V.**[2013]

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Citation: For fundamental and creative solutions to a wide range of accelerator physics issues, including laser stripping ring injection, integrable beam dynamics, space charge and instabilities.

**Decker, Glenn**[2012]

Argonne National Laboratory

Citation: For outstanding contributions to the design, commissioning, and enhancement of synchrotron light sources, and for innovative developments in field of particle beam diagnostics. In particular for the development and the largest deployment in the world of photoemission-type photon beam position monitors in the global closed-loop orbit feedback system

**Delayen, Jean Roger**[2003]

Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility

Citation: For numerous contributions to the physics and technology of superconducting rf linear accelerators.

**Derbenev, Yaroslav S.**[1992]

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Citation: For creative and important contributions to accelerator physics, especially in the acceleration of spin-polarized beams to high energy using Siberian snakes.

**Douglas, David Ross**[2005]

Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility

Citation: For pioneering beam optics contributions leading to unique multipass accelerators and accelerator-driven light sources and to energy-recovering linac operation at high average current and demonstration at high energy.

**Drobot, Adam T.**[1993]

No Company Provided

Citation: For contributions to the development and use of numerical simulation codes applied to basic physics analysis of microwave, accelerator and pulsed power devices.

**Dugan, Gerald Francis**[1991]

Cornell University

Citation: For his leadership in many areas of Fermilab's accelerator system. his efforts have led to collider luminosities exceeding the original design specifications.

**Dutto, Gerardo Giovanni**[1998]

TRIUMF

Citation: For contributions to the development of high-intensity H/ cyclotrons both as meson facilities and for production of proton-rich radioisotopes.

**Edwards, Donald Andrew**[1992]

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For his many contributions to accelerator science, and the key role he played in the design and commissioning of Tevatron.

**Elias, Luis R.**[1995]

University of Central Florida

Citation: For the development of Free Electron Lasers, based on electrostatic accelerators, and for demonstrating that electrostatic accelerators can operate on a quasi-continuous basis using beam-charge and beam-energy recovery.

**Emma, Paul J.**[2003]

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For his contributions to the physics of high brightness beams in linac and compression systems, and for his critical impact on the development of linear colliders and x-ray free electron lasers.

**Evans, Lyndon Rees**[1991]

CERN

Citation: For contributions to the physics of particle accelerators and storage rings, in particular to the development of the understanding of the fundamental limitations of high-energy hadron colliding beam devices.

**Fawley, William M.**[2014]

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Citation: For his sustained contributions to beam physics, leading to the successful operation of coherent light source user facilities based on free-electron laser and related concepts and driving developments in intense relativistic electron and heavy-ion beam transport.

**Fiorito, Ralph Bruno**[2002]

Catholic University of America

Citation: For pioneering contributions to the understanding and application of transition radiation, diffraction radiation and parametric x-radiation.

**Fischer, Wolfram**[2007]

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Citation: For the successful commissioning of high luminosity high energy collisions at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider and outstanding contributions to the understanding of high-energy accelerator and collider properties.

**Fisher, Gerhard E.**[1992]

Citation: For many contributions to the development of accelerator technology, including his most recent work no alignment, ground motion and vibration issues for linear colliders.

**Fox, John**[2008]

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For leadership in developing instrumentation and instability control systems for colliders and light sources, for applying control formalism to accelerator problems, and for developing novel beam instruments and new formalisms.

**Furman, Miguel**[2007]

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Citation: For his pioneering development and application of simulation tools for the beam-beam and electron cloud effects in colliders and storage rings.

**Gai, Wei**[2010]

Argonne National Laboratory

Citation: For his pioneering contributions to the wakefield acceleration of particle beams and his leadership in the development of high current electron beams for accelerator applications.

**Galayda, John Nicolas**[1996]

Argonne National Laboratory

Citation: For his key role in the design, construction, and commissioning of the National Sychrotron Light Source and the Advanced Photon Source.

**Garren, Alper Abdy**[1990]

University of California, Los Angeles

Citation: For making major contributions to accelerator design, including the development of the first comprehensive program for lattice design and its implementation at many of the leading laboratories of the world.

**Gluskin, Efim**[2000]

Argonne National Laboratory

Citation: For his contributions to the development, construction and characterization of insertion devices for 3rd generation synchrotron radiation sources and free-electron lasers.

**Gourlay, Stephen**[2009]

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Citation: For his intellectual leadership and technical achievements in the design, fabrication and testing of high field superconducting accelerator magnets.

**Griffin, James Edward**[1992]

Citation: For conception and development of numerous techniques for manipulation of particles in longitudinal phase space leading to successful operation of the fermilab proton-antiproton colliding beam program.

**Halbach, Klaus**[1990]

Citation: For pioneering and definitive work on permanent magnet wigglers and undulators, which contributed profoundly to the development of modern synchrotron- radiation sources and free-electron lasers.

**Harkay, Katherine**[2013]

Argonne National Laboratory

Citation: For significant contributions to the understanding of the physics of electron cloud effects and the experimental investigation and understanding of collective effects, as well as for playing leading roles in development of photocathodes and superconducting undulator technology.

**Harrison, Michael Arthur**[1994]

Citation: For outstanding contribution to the development, construction and operation of superconducting colliders.

**Hartemann, Frederic V.**[2014]

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Citation: For remarkable insights and significant contributions to the physics of coherent radiation interacting with relativistic electrons.

**Helm, Richard Henry**[1993]

Citation: For contributions to the optical design of electron linear accelerators and electron-position storage rings, and to the beam dynamics of those accelerators.

**Henderson, Stuart**[2012]

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For leadership in the construction and commissioning of the Spallation Neutron Source at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and in particular for leading the effort to bring the SNS into full operational status with a beam power in excess of 1 MW

**Hofmann, Albert Josef**[1991]

CERN

Citation: For development and application of beam dynamics and synchrotron radiation for new methods of beam diagnostics, their practical use in machine experiments, and commissioning and improvements of storage rings.

**Hofmann, Ingo**[1999]

GSI, Darmstadt, Germany

Citation: For his pioneering research of collective instabilities in nonstationary high-current beams and for his scientific leadership role in developing accelerator systems for heavy ion inertial fusion.

**Hogan, Mark J.**[2006]

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For scientific achievement and leadership in the development of electron and positron beam-plasma interactions, including the first experimental demonstration of meter-scale wakefield acceleration.

**Holmes, Stephen Dockler**[1993]

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For his leadership in the Antiproton Source, Booster, and Main Injector design at Fermilab.

**Holtkamp, Norbert Richard**[2006]

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Citation: For leadership in the successful construction and commissioning of the Spallation Neutron Source.

**Irwin, John**[1996]

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For significant contributions to the research, development and application of modern techniques of nonlinear dynamics to accelerator systems, in particular to electron-positron colliding beam devices.

**Jackson, Alan**[2002]

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Citation: For pioneering work in the development and construction of 3rd generation synchrotron radiation sources.

**Jackson, Gerald Peter**[1998]

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For conceptual and technical innovations in circular colliders, leading to record-breaking luminosities in the Tevatron, and to the Recycler.

**Jensen, Kevin L.**[2009]

Naval Research Laboratory

Citation: For fundamental contributions to the theory and modeling of electron emission sources for particle accelerators and microwave tubes.

**Jowett, John M.**[2014]

CERN

Citation: For groundbreaking contributions to the design and commissioning of particle colliders, in particular for the mathematical modeling of electron beams in storage rings, for developing an operation scheme with a large number of bunches in LEP, for the design of tau-charm factories, and for the use of the LHC as a lead-lead and proton-lead collider.

**Katsouleas, Thomas Christos**[1996]

University of Southern California

Citation: For original contributions to advanced particle acceleration concepts including the invention of the Surfatron accelerator, and his detailed studies of beam loading and emittance growth in plasma accelerators.

**Keil, Eberhard K.**[1993]

No Company Provided

Citation: For contributions to the understanding of performance limits of accelerators and storage ring colliders.

**Kim, Kwang-Je**[1994]

Citation: For fundamental contributions to the theory of synchrotron radiation and free electron laser sources, especially concerning brightness, polarization, self-amplified spontaneous emission and laser-driven rf electron guns.

**Kishek, Rami**[2013]

University of Maryland

Citation: For ground breaking theory of multipactor discharge, and for contributions to the understanding of physics of space-charge-dominated beams.

**Kneisel, Peter**[2008]

Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility

Citation: For pioneering contributions to superconducting rf science and technology through a wide range of research and development advances.

**Krafft, Geoffrey Arthur**[2001]

Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility

Citation: For his pioneering contributions in establishing the stability and operational foundation of superconducting and recirculating electron accelerators.

**Krinsky, Samuel**[1991]

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Citation: For technical leadership and outstanding contributions to the design, commissioning, improvement, and management of National Synchrotron Light Source, and significant contributions to understanding of undulators and the FEL.

**Kurokawa, Shin-ichi**[2000]

High Energy Accelerator Research Organization

Citation: For major contributions to accelerator development, including synchrotrons and colliders; for his leadership of the Japanese B-Factory; for fostering accelerator education; and for promotion of international collaboration in accelerator science.

**Laxdal, Robert E.**[2009]

TRIUMF

Citation: For his significant contributions to the design and construction of a new generation of high-gradient CW heavy-ion accelerators, especially the ISAC Separated Function DTL and the ISAC-II superconducting linac, whose cavities have set a world standard.

**Lebedev, Valeri**[2012]

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For significant contributions to the accelerator physics underlying the outstanding performance of the Tevatron Collider complex, and the successful commissioning of the CEBAF at Jefferson Lab

**Lee, Shyh-Yuan**[1997]

Indiana University

Citation: For important and creative contributions in both beam theory and experiments; in particular on the stability of beams with nonlinear perturbations, on the compensation of depolarizing resonances, and on the experimental study of complex beam phenomena.

**Lee-Franzini, Juliet**[1984]

Polo Scientifico -LENS

Citation: For contributions to the understanding of the physics of the production and decay of new massive quark-antiquark systems, to our knowledge of the weak interactions there and in hyperon decay. and of diffractive strong interactions at high energy.

**Leemann, Christoph W.**[1993]

Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility

Citation: For many contributions to accelerator design and for his leadership in the design and construction of the Continuous Electron Beam Facility.

**Leemans, Wim Pieter**[2001]

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Citation: For pioneering experiments on the interaction of relativistic electron beams, lasers and plasmas, including femtosecond x-ray generation using Thomson scattering, plasma lens focusing, laser-plasma accelerators and advanced diagnostic techniques.

**Littauer, Raphael M.**[1991]

Citation: For outstanding contributions to accelerator control systems, architecture and electronics, and in the use of feedback to cure instabilities.

**Litvinenko, Vladimir N**[2003]

Duke University

Citation: For fundamental and pioneering contributions to the physics of beams in electron storage rings and free-electron lasers, including demonstrating the optical klystron and advancing the short wavelength limit of FEL oscillators.

**Loew, Gregory A.**[1992]

Stanford University

Citation: For his contributions to the design, construction, and operation of linear electron accelerators and associated devices, the understanding of relaxed beam-dynamics phenomena, and experimentation with extremely high RF fields.

**Lumpkin, Alexander Henderson**[2006]

Argonne National Laboratory

Citation: For his pioneering work in the time-resolved imaging of particle and photon beams, which has led to a better understanding of the dynamics of accelerator and photon source related physical processes.

**Marriner, John Piper**[1997]

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For his important contributions to accelerator physics, especially in the area of stochastic cooling, which have led to record luminosities at the Fermilab Tevatron proton-antiproton collider.

**McGinnis, David Paul**[2003]

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For his important contributions to increasing the performance of the Fermilab accelerator complex.

**McIntyre, Peter Mastin**[2001]

Texas A&M University

Citation: In recognition of his contributions to the physics and technology of hadron colliding beams, including a succession of superconducting magnet technologies to push the energy frontier in hadron colliders.

**Merminga, Nikolitsa**[2006]

Center for Advanced Studies of Accelerators

Citation: For leadership in designing and developing energy recovery linacs, and applications to light sources and electron-ion colliders.

**Miller, Roger Heering**[1994]

Citation: For outstanding contributions to electron and positron sources, structures, wake-fields and beam dynamics problems in electron linacs.

**Milton, Stephen Val**[2002]

Argonne National Laboratory

Citation: For the development of 3rd and 4th generation light sources including the first demonstration of saturation of self-amplified spontaneous emission (SASE) in the visible and ultraviolet wavelengths.

**Mokhov, Nikolai V.**[2002]

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For critical contributions to the understanding of the interaction of high energy particle beams with materials.

**Morton, Philip L.**[1991]

No Company Provided

Citation: For establishing the relationship of FEL physics to accelerator physics and formulating the fundamental equations used in the design of FEL's.

**Mtingwa, Sekazi**[2008]

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Citation: For his definitive treatment of Intrabeam scattering, his contributions to the wakefield acceleration, and his early recognition of the fixed target physics potential of the next generation electron-positron collider.

**Nagaitsev, Sergei**[2006]

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For designing, building, and successfully commissioning the world's first relativistic electron cooling device.

**Neil, George R.**[2001]

Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility

Citation: For contributions to the development of physics and technology of Free Electron Lasers and for his leadership in demonstrating a high average power FEL.

**Neuffer, David Vincent**[1999]

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For his many important contributions over the past two decades to advancing the concept of a muon collider.

**Novokhatski, Alexander**[2012]

Stanford University

Citation: For pioneering contributions to accelerator physics: BNS damping, beam dynamics in Linear Colliders, wakefields and coherent radiation of very short bunches, collective instabilities in high current storage rings

**O'Shea, Patrick G.**[2000]

University of Maryland

Citation: For pioneering experiments in the development of the physics, technology, and applications of high-brightness ion and electron beams, and free-electron lasers.

**Ohnuma, Shoroku**[1995]

Houston University

Citation: For development of the theory and practice of magnet selection according to measured field errors resulting in suppression of nonlinear behavior and highly predictable operation of the Fermilab Tevatron.

**Orlov, Yuri F.**[1993]

Cornell University

Citation: For his analysis and exploitation of nonlinear phenomena in accelerators and for his founding of the Soviet Helsinki Watch Movement and his leading role in the international human rights struggle.

**Ostroumov, Peter N.**[2006]

Argonne National Laboratory

Citation: For creativity and leadership in the design and development of both normal conducting and superconducting ion linear accelerators.

**Padamsee, Hasan**[1993]

Citation: For leadership in accelerator science through insights in applied superconductivity that have significantly improved acceleration gradients of superconducting RF cavities.

**Paterson, James McEwan**[1991]

Stanford University

Citation: For many contributions to the design, construction, and development of electron-position colliders; from state of the art storage rings to research and development on new linear collider techniques.

**Peggs, Stephen G.**[2001]

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Citation: For his important contributions to the study of nonlinear dynamical effects in accelerators and for his contributions to the successful design, construction and operation of the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider.

**Phinney, Nanette**[1993]

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For her many contributions to the successful development and operation of the Stanford Linear Collider.

**Piel, Helmut**[1993]

Citation: For basic contributions to the application of RF superconductivity for scientific research instruments.

**Rao, Triveni**[2008]

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Citation: For pioneering work on metal photo cathodes for high brightness RF injectors.

**Raubenheimer, Tor O.**[2000]

Stanford Linear Accelerator Center

Citation: For significant contributions to understanding the physics of electron storage rings and linear accelerators and leadership in the design and development of electron-positron linear colliders.

**Reardon, Paul J.**[1991]

Citation: For significant contributions to the design, construction, and operation of high energy particle accelerators and experimental plasma devices.

**Rice, David H.**[2004]

Cornell University

Citation: For his key role in conception and implementation of pioneering accelerator physics innovations in electrtron-position colliders and storage rings.

**Rimmer, Robert**[2007]

Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility

Citation: For advances in the science and technology of RF structures and beam stability in high-current accelerators.

**Rivkin, Leonid**[2004]

Paul Scherrer Institute

Citation: For his scientific contribution and technical leadership role in the design and construction of accelerators for high energy physics and synchrotron light sources, and for furthering our understanding of beam instabilities.

**Robin, David**[2012]

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Citation: For fundamental advances to the understanding and control of the nonlinear beam dynamic behavior of electrons in particle storage rings; including the development of Frequency Map Analysis and Quasi-isochronous Storage Rings

**Rosenzweig, James Benjamin**[1998]

University of California, Los Angeles

Citation: For experimental and theoretical work on plasma wakefield acceleration and focusing techniques, and developments in the theory and diagnosis of high brightness, short pulse electron beams.

**Roser, Thomas**[1996]

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Citation: For contributions to the accelerator physics of polarized proton beams, in particular the successful demonstration of the principle of the Partial Siberian Snake.

**Ross, Marc Christopher**[1993]

Citation: For his measurements and analysis of accelerator and beam properties and for his contributions to the commissioning of the Stanford Linear Collider.

**Rubin, David L.**[1999]

Cornell University

Citation: For sustained guidance and leadership of the accelerator group at CESR, the Cornell Electron Storage Ring, and in achieving world record luminosities in a colliding beam machine.

**Ruggiero, Alessandro G.**[1998]

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Citation: For contributions to accelerator theory, including instabilities and nonlinear dynamics; to accelerator complex designs notably the Antiproton Source and the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider; and to accelerator architecture investigation of Spallation Neutron Sources.

**Ruth, Ronald Don**[1992]

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For key contributions to accelerator physics in areas including collective instabilities, nonlinear dynamics, polarized beams, and plasma acceleration, and for contributions towards the conceptual design of a next linear collider.

**Sannibale, Fernando**[2013]

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Citation: For contributions to the understanding of coherent synchrotron radiation in storage rings and the development of high brightness electron beam sources.

**Schachter, Levi**[2005]

Technion, Israel Institute of Technology

Citation: For his contributions to particle acceleration at optical wavelengths and in particular for developing the concept of particle acceleration by stimulated emission of radiation (PASER).

**Schriber, Stanley Owen**[1997]

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Citation: For his leadership in the R&D for high-current proton linear accelerators and for his support of the particle accelerator community.

**Schwettman, Harry Alan**[1998]

Stanford University

Citation: For contributions in the development and applications of superconducting radio frequency accelerators and free-electron lasers.

**Seeman, John Theodore**[1995]

Stanford Linear Accelerator Center

Citation: For his contributions to the physics of electron-positron colliding beam machines, both storage rings and linear accelerators.

**Sekutowicz, Jacek**[2010]

DESY

Citation: For outstanding contributions to superconducting science and technology resulting in far reaching advances in particle accelerators.

**Seryi, Andrei**[2008]

Stanford University

Citation: For his leadership in developing beam delivery systems for linear colliders and his contributions to the theory of ground motion, vibration, and feedback accelerators and particularly linear colliders.

**Sheffield, Richard L.**[1994]

Citation: For combining photocathodes with high-gradient rf acceleration and using magnetic-fields for compensating space charge induced emittance growth and demonstrating these technologies in a compact FEL.

**Shepard, Kenneth Wayne**[1995]

Argonne National Laboratory

Citation: For seminal contributions to the development of superconducting niobium radio-frequency accelerating structures and associated cryogenics and controls leading to the successful construction of the first superconducting ion accelerator.

**Shiltsev, Vladimir D.**[2008]

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For advancing the understanding of performance limitations in accelerators, in particular for seminal work on ground motion in electron-positron linear colliders and electron lens beam compensation in large hadron colliders.

**Simpson, James D.**[1992]

Argonne National Laboratory

Citation: For his long record of innovative and successful achievements in the field of particle acceleration and instrumentation, and his forefront development of advanced accelerator techniques.

**Smith, Todd I.**[1999]

Stanford University

Citation: For pioneering contributions in the development of the science and technology of superconducting radio frequency accelerators, free-electron lasers and their applications in various sciences.

**Staples, John W.**[2009]

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Citation: For his exemplary leadership and contributions to the design, fabrication and commissioning of radio frequency quadrupoles, for his innovative work in the development of femtosecond beam synchronization techniques, and for dedication to the mentoring of accelerator students and young colleagues.

**Strait, James B.**[2003]

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For his contributions to superconducting magnet technology and his leadership of the US LHC Accelerator Project.

**Stupakov, Gennady V.**[2005]

Stanford Linear Accelerator Center

Citation: For his contributions to theoretical beam physics including innovative impedance calculation methods, study of collective beam instabilities, and pioneering research of echo effect in circular accelerators.

**Sundelin, Ronald M.**[1993]

No Company Provided

Citation: For contributions to the science and technology of superconducting and normal conducting accelerating structures.

**Sutter, David Franklin**[1997]

U.S. Department of Energy

Citation: For continuous support of the particle accelerator community through his leadership of U.S. D.O.E. programs of accelerator physics and technology.

**Syphers, Michael James**[2004]

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For his contributions to non-linear beam dynamics and beam optics design, and to education in accelerator physics.

**Talman, Richard Michael**[1992]

Cornell University

Citation: For contributions to particle physics, including vector meson photoproduction, and to accelerator science, especially beam-beam interactions and orbit simulations.

**Tantawi, Sami G.**[2005]

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For his contributions to the theory and technology of the production and distribution of high power rf, including the development of highly over-moded rf components, multi-mode delay lines, and active switches.

**Trbojevic, DeJan**[2007]

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Citation: For his original contributions in the design, commissioning and operations of the Tevatron and RHIC colliders, and for the development of new concepts for future accelerators.

**Wang, Juwen**[2009]

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For his leadership in designing, building and testing a large variety of disk-loaded accelerator structures for electron-positron linear colliders and his pioneering studies of RF breakdown in these structures.

**Wangler, Thomas Patrick**[1992]

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Citation: For development of the rediofrequency quadrupole (RFQ) linear accelerator and for contributions to the theory of emittance growth in intense ion beams.

**Wei, Jie**[2003]

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Citation: For his outstanding and creative contributions to the design and development of RHIC and SNS.

**Weng, Wu-Tsung W.**[1992]

Citation: For contributions to the design, construction, and operation of high-energy accelerators.

**Whittum, David H.**[1999]

Stanford Linear Accelerator Center

Citation: For experimental and theoretical contributions to the understanding of electron beam interactions with microwave structures and plasmas.

**Wurtele, Jonathan Syrkin**[2004]

University of California, Berkeley

Citation: For his many theoretical contributions to free electron lasers, laser-plasma acceleration, laser-plasma interactions, and muon beam manipulations.

**Yakimenko, Vitaly**[2014]

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For his pioneering work in the production, characterization and application of high-brightness sub-micron emittance electron beams and the development of advanced accelerator concepts.

**Yarba, Victor A**[2004]

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For his technical leadership of frontier accelerator projects in Russia and the US and for fostering international collaborations.

**Young, Donald E.**[1990]

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For contributions to the science of linear accelerators, including the development of computer programs for rf fields and beam dynamics in accelerating structures, thereby advancing their design and construction.

**Young, Lloyd Martin**[2001]

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Citation: For his invention, development, and beam operation of the resonantly coupled RFQ structure, and for the new methods used to tune it and other RFQ structures.

**Yu, Li-Hua**[2004]

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Citation: For creative contributions to the theory of self-amplified spontaneous emissions and high-gain harmonic-generation, and the experimental demonstration of the high-gain harmonic-generation free-electron laser.

**Yu, Simon Shin-Lun**[1993]

Citation: For his contributions to the development of intense beam accelerators and the understanding of beam-plasma interactions.

**Zholents, Alexander**[2005]

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Citation: For many creative contributions to accelerator physics including optical manipulation of beams in stochastic cooling, laser "slicing" techniques for generation of femtosecond x-ray pulses, and enhanced x-ray production in FELs.

**Zimmermann, Frank**[2004]

CERN

Citation: For many theoretical and experimental contributions to accelerator physics including the study of beam-ion and beam-electron cloud interactions, collective instabilities, non-linear optics, and beam measurements.

**Zisman, Michael S.**[2000]

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Citation: For his key role in storage ring designs of synchrotron radiation sources and electron-positron factories, authoring the ZAP design code and in the design, construction and commissioning of the PEP-II/LER.

**Zlobin, Alexander V.**[2014]

Fermilab

Citation: For his multi-year leadership, personal innovative contributions and achievements in the development and demonstration of new generation superconducting accelerator magnets based on Nb3Sn superconductor.

**Zolotorev, Max**[2007]

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Citation: For the invention of methods to generate ultra-cold and ultra-fast sources of electron and ion beams using lasers and optical techniques.