APS Fellow Archive

The APS Fellow Archive is a historical record of APS Fellows, from 1921 to the present. Please note, some records are missing or incomplete. 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 Fellow Archive or to inquire about a missing record, please contact APS Honors Staff at fellowship@aps.org.

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Artuso, Marina [2007]
Syracuse University
Citation: For achievements in building RICH and silicon detectors for high energy experiments and for studies of heavy quark decays.
Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Bachman, C H [1964]
Syracuse University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: American Physical Society

Balachandran, Aiyalam P. [1988]
Syracuse University
Citation: For originating work of seminal importance on nonperturbative, geometrical, and topological aspects of field theory and his work on solitons, monopoles, and non-Abelian anomalies.
Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Bergmann, P G [1949]
Syracuse University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: American Physical Society

Bowick, Mark John [2004]
Syracuse University
Citation: With formidable analytic skills, numerical simulations and energetic collaborations with experimentalists, Mark Bowick has made significant contributions to understanding polymerized membranes and defect arrays in frozen topographies.
Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Brown, Duncan A. [2014]
Syracuse University
Citation: For leadership in all aspects of the search for gravitational wave signals from compact binary coalescences, including algorithms, waveform templates, pipelines, statistical interpretation, and connection with general relativity and astrophysics.
Nominated by: Division of Gravitational Physics

Catterall, Simon [2016]
Syracuse University
Citation: For numerous important contributions to computational physics and lattice field theory through studies of gravity, technicolor, and especially the lattice formulation of supersymmetric field theories.
Nominated by: Division of Computational Physics

Fox, Geoffrey Charles [1989]
Syracuse University
Citation: For contributions centered on novel uses of computers; firstly, in the phenomenological comparison of theory and experiment in particle physics, and secondly, in the design and use of parallel computers.
Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Fredrickson, W R [1953]
Syracuse University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: American Physical Society

Ginsburg, Nathan [1957]
Syracuse University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: American Physical Society

Glauser, Mark [2007]
Syracuse University
Citation: For his innovative use of multi-point low-dimensional methods to elucidate key physics associated with time dependent flow phenomena for flow control applications in turbulent jets, shear layers and separated flows.
Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

Goldberg, Joshua N [1972]
Syracuse University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Manning, M. Lisa [2019]
Syracuse University
Citation: For microscopic theory of flow and rigidity in disordered and biological materials.
Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Marchetti, M. Cristina [2000]
Syracuse University
Citation: For contributions to the theory of the dynamics of vortex matter and charge-density waves.
Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Middleton, A. Alan [2010]
Syracuse University
Citation: For his innovative numerical studies of the dynamical and static properties of disordered condensed matter systems, including charge density waves, spin glasses and disordered elastic media.
Nominated by: Topical Group on Statistical and Nonlinear Physics

Santangelo, Christian [2019]
Syracuse University
Citation: For seminal theoretical contributions exploiting geometry and topology to understand the elasticity of soft materials.
Nominated by: Topical Group on Soft Matter

Saulson, Peter R [2003]
Syracuse University
Citation: For his contributions to experimental gravitational physics including pioneering studies of thermal mechanisms affecting interferometer performance and for his educational contributions including authoring one of the most influential books in the field.
Nominated by: Division of Gravitational Physics

Schiff, Eric [2011]
Syracuse University
Citation: For pioneering applied physics research on thin film silicon photovoltaic materials and devices.
Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

Skwarnicki, Tomasz [2000]
Syracuse University
Citation: For original work in the areas of rare b decays and Upsilon spectroscopy and outstanding achievements in detector reconstruction software and detector construction.
Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Sorkin, Rafael Dolnick [1999]
Syracuse University
Citation: For his original contributions to quantum gravity based on partially ordered or casual sets of discrete space-time; also for his idea of the role of quantum mechanical entanglement in understanding black hole entropy.
Nominated by: Division of Gravitational Physics

Souder, Paul [1998]
Syracuse University
Citation: For precise measurements of the effects of electroweak interactions in few-body systems, leading to fundamental information about muonium, muonic helium, and the spin structure of the nucleon.
Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Stone, Sheldon Leslie [1993]
Syracuse University
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the study of b-quark decays.
Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Vidali, Gianfranco [2006]
Syracuse University
Citation: In recognition of significant contributions to our understanding of atom-surface interactions and seminal experimental investigations in strochemistry.
Nominated by: American Physical Society