APS Fellowship

The APS Fellowship Program was created to recognize members who have made advances in knowledge through original research and publication or made significant and innovative contributions in the application of physics to science and technology. They may also have made significant contributions to the teaching of physics or service and participation in the activities of the Society. The Topical Group on Magnetism and Its Applications welcomes nominations for Fellows.

APS also sponsors a number of prizes & awards. Please be sure to nominate worthy people from the magnetism community for the various awards.

Gray arrow GMAG Deadline for APS Fellowship Nomination: Thursday, June 1, 2017
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APS Fellows Nominated by GMAG  

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Heyderman, Laura [2016]
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich
Citation: For important contributions to the study of mesoscopic magnetic systems, with the observation of monopole-like excitations, thermally active behavior, and phase transitions in arrays of coupled frustrated magnets; and the control of magnetism at the nanoscale in hybrid systems.

Lewis, Laura H. [2016]
Northeastern University
Citation: For investigations of fundamental structure-property relationships in functional magnetic materials from a unified perspective, specifically for advancing permanent magnet, magnetic cooling, and biomedical applications.

Varela, Maria [2016]
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the physics of complex oxides through electron energy loss spectroscopy.

Zhang, Xixiang [2016]
King Abdullah University of Science & Technology
Citation: For innovative contributions to macroscopic quantum tunneling of magnetization and resonant spin tunneling in magnetic molecules, and the discovery of materials with large magnetocaloric effects for room temperature magnetic cooling.

Zutic, Igor [2016]
State University of New York - Buffalo
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the theory of spin-dependent transport, magnetism in semiconductor nanostructures, and novel spintronic devices.