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.

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Citation: For contributions to the theory of new critical and multicritical points, of random field systems and their experimental realization and of using fractals in statistical physics and in percolation.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

No Company Provided

Citation: For applying ultrasonic waves to a wide variety of basic physics and engineering problems in order to provide new insights into the properties of solid matter.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Tel Aviv University

Citation: For contributions to hyperon-nucleon interactions, for recent studies of the upsilon and its decay into three-gluon jets, of tau decays, and of photon-photon reactions.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Tokyo Institute of Technology

Citation: For leading contributions to the theory of two-dimensional electron systems and their properties in magnetic fields.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of California, Berkeley

Citation: For theoretical contributions in the application of plasma physics and electrodynamics to the study of pulsars, quasars, interstellar and intergalactic matter.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

No Company Provided

Citation: For the development of the technique of photoelectron photoion coincidence (PEPICO) and its application to the reactions of state selected ions.

Nominated by: Division of Chemical Physics

California Institute of Technology

Citation: For his important contributions to the study of neutrino interactions.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Pennsylvania State University

Citation: For his contributions to the field of molecular spectroscopy through his work in nuclear magnetic resonance, electron paramagnetic resonance, and laser spectroscopy.

Nominated by: Division of Chemical Physics

Stanford University

Citation: For his outstanding contributions to the development of the crystal ball detector and the study of gamma ray transitions.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Citation: For experimental studies of pion charge-exchange reaction in nuclei, leading to his discovery of the isovector monopole resonance in nuclei.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Stanford University

Citation: For his outstanding contributions to detector development which were crucial to the discoveries of the ψ and ψ.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

University of California, Santa Cruz

Citation: For important contributions to the application of synchrotron radiation to research in atomic and solid state physics.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

General Atomics

Citation: For experimental and theoretical investigation in the area of particle and energy transport in magnetically confined plasmas, especially for work on controlling that transport.

Nominated by: Division of Plasma Physics

Imperial College London

Citation: For his many important contributions to the study of particle physics and in particular that of both charged and neutral current neutrino interactions.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Citation: For his contributions to the understanding of the energy transduction process of visual pigments and for the development of physical techniques to study spectroscopically photolabile molecules.

Nominated by: Division of Biological Physics

Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility

Citation: For contributions to our understanding of nuclear structure physics via novel applications of the techniques of electron and photon scattering, including development of new accelerator designs and selected instrumentation.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Pennsylvania State University

Citation: In recognition of pioneering studies of gas-phase ionic and molecular clusters that have served to elucidate the molecular aspects of condensation and solvation phenomena, thereby bridging the gas and condensed phases.

Nominated by: Division of Chemical Physics

New York University

Citation: For many novel and creative uses of thermoelectric-power measurements and wide-ranging contributions to our understanding of quasi-one-dimensional metals, charge-density-wave systems, superconducting sandwiches, and colloidal crystals.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Texas A&M University, College Station

Citation: For advancing the techniques of confinement and collision studies of electronvolt-energy multi-charged ions, and for innovations in polarization and coherence spectroscopy of collisonally aligned and oriented fast ions.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

No Company Provided

Citation: For his deep, original and innovative contributions to condensed matter physics using superconducting quantum interference devices.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of California, Berkeley

Citation: For pioneering and innovative experimental studies of time reversal invariance in beta decay and of the influence of weak neutral currents in atoms.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

University of Virginia

Citation: For his pioneering contributions to the study of direct photon production from the interactions of quarks and gluons, and for his role in detector development and managing physics research at Fermilab

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Citation: For original theoretical contributions to the understanding of quark confinement and for the introduction of Monte Carlo methods into quantum field theory.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

University of Toledo

Citation: For significant contributions to the field of atomic spectroscopy through a synthesis of precision experimental measurements, innovative computational analysis, and imaginable phenomenological modeling.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

Case Western Reserve University

Citation: For contributions to the understanding of the Josephson effect, quantum fluids and solids, and of the nature of the melting transition and other properties of the two-dimensional electron lattice.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of California, Berkeley

Citation: For his significant contribution to the observational study of galaxy clustering and the implications for the nature of dark matter in the universe.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

No Company Provided

Citation: In recognition of his pioneering work on relativistic effects in atoms, molecules, and solids.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

Rutgers University

Citation: For the discovery that hyperons produced by high energy protons are strongly polarized, and the subsequent use of polarized hyperon beams to make precise measurements of hyperon magnetic moments.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Stanford University

Citation: For his physical insight and mathematical treatment of collective effects in many-body systems, particularly spin fluctuations in helium and EXAFS structures from solid surfaces.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Argonne National Laboratory

Citation: For important contributions to the understanding of electronic and magnetic properties of a wide range of materials, especially actinide compounds and magnetic superconductors.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Schlumberger-Doll Res Ctr

Citation: For her deep insights into the mechanisms and the realistic modeling of phenomena involving fluid-fluid interfaces, particularly in situations in which moving contact lines and mutual fluid displacement occur.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

Harvard University

Citation: For contributions to the discovery and study of new mesons and leptons.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

New York University

Citation: For her pioneering work in perturbative QCD as applied to exclusive scattering processes and many other contributions to particle physics.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

University of California, Irvine

Citation: For important contributions to the synthesis and understanding of new materials in single crystal form, particularly high critical temperature superconductors and heavy Fermion superconductors.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Miami University

Citation: For contributions to understanding thermoelectric phenomena in both normal metals and superconductors, especially two-dimensional thin films; and for his extensive research on electrical transport properties of inhomogeneous materials.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

No Company Provided

Citation: For important contributions in the experimental and observational astrophysics using techniques of very long baseline interferometry and spectroscopy in the infrared and submilimeter regions of the spectrum.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

Carnegie Mellon University

Citation: For highly original and timely contributions to the phenomenolgy of elementary particle reactions, especially for his creative interplay with the experimental program at SLAC, including the elucidation of scaling behavior in deeply inelastic scattering.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Drexel University

Citation: For contributions to the field of Mathematical Physics, including Lie Group Theory, Catastrophe Theory, and generalized coherent states, and for application of these concepts to atomic and nuclear physics.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

University of Maryland

Citation: For exemplary contributions to atomic and molecular spectroscopy and structure and for exceptional leadership in the field of vacuum ultraviolet physics.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

Citation: For contributions to the understanding of the phases and phase transitions of quenched disordered systems and liquid crystals.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

William & Mary College

Citation: For contributions to the theory of relativistic nuclear wave functions, and to the discussion of searches for quark degrees of freedom in nuclei.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Citation: For his many contributions to cosmological theories and their relation to particle physics, and in particular the concept of the inflationary universe.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

Citation: For pioneering research in the electronic properties of semiconductor systems with reduced dimensionality, in particularly the discovery of 2D impurity bands and the fabrication and investigation of 1D MOSFETS.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

GM Research and Development Center

Citation: For research on the electronic and magnetic structure of rare earth materials.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

No Company Provided

Citation: For his contributions as an outstanding member of the physics community, and an active and cooperative faculty member, and for his original ideas and the drive to carry them to fruition.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

University of Wisconsin, Madison

Citation: For his principal role in the development of photoemission and inverse photoemission into powerful techniques for the determination of energy band dispersion of electrons in bulk solids and at surfaces.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Tennessee Wesleyan College

Citation: For furthering our understanding of biomolecular structure and function by experimental (x-ray and neutron diffraction) and theoretical (conformational potential energy)calculations.

Nominated by: Division of Biological Physics

Universities Space Research Association

Citation: For the successful development of counter experiments to investigate the spectrometry of ∧ and ∑ hypernuclei and for the definition of the ∧- nucleon interaction.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

USRA - Univ Space Research Assoc

Citation: For his contributions to the study of turbulent jets and shear layers and in particular for the insight his research has provided to our understanding of coherent structures in turbulent flows.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

Weizmann Institute of Science

Citation: For work on phase transitions, transport and quantum effects in disordered and/or small systems.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Citation: For his important contributions to the study of anomalies and topological effects in gauge theories.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Naval Research Laboratory

Citation: For outstanding calculations and fundamental analysis of photoionization and its incorporation together with dielectronic recombination and other processes in application to plasma diagnostics.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

Tel Aviv University

Citation: For contributions to chemical physics which have elucidated the nature of radiationless relaxation processes in large molecules and condensed phases, providing a general and useful conceptual framework for the description of molecular dynamics.

Nominated by: Division of Chemical Physics

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For contributions to phenomenological elementary particle theory, and especially to our understanding of neutrinos and their interactions, and for nurturing theoretical physics by fathering the Institute of Theoretical Physics.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

No Company Provided

Citation: For his crucial contributions to the study of elastic and inelastic electron scattering, and for his important activities in the field of nuclear reactor safety and nuclear disarmament.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

Citation: For significant experimental and theoretical contributions to the study of the hydrodynamics of super-fluid helium.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Citation: For contributions to understanding exciton interactions, energy transport and excitation recombination kinetics in ordered and disordered molecular aggregates.

Nominated by: Division of Chemical Physics

Cornell University

Citation: For pioneering work in the development of electron beam sources and multiply charged ions, and in the use of synchrotron radiation as a probe of atomic structure.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Citation: For contributions to the theory of superfluids, particularly the superfluid phases of 3He, and for use of low temperatur phenomena to give an increased understanding of the basic concepts of quantum theory.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Kansas State University

Citation: For his pioneering hyperspherical coordinate analyses of two electron atoms and ions, and his contribution to the development of the relativistic random phase approximation for atomic photoionization.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

University of California, San Francisco

Citation: For achievements and endeavors in using nuclear magnetic resonance techniques for clinical and scientific research in medical physics.

Nominated by: Division of Biological Physics

Institute Charles Sadron

Citation: For his outstanding contributions to knowledge and understanding of structure and properties of crystal-line polymers, and particularly of the crystallography of polypeptides.

Nominated by: Division of Polymer Physics

University of Pennsylvania

Citation: For theoretical contributions to our understanding of the properties and phase transitions of a number of condensed phases including polymers, random systems and liquid crystals.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

IBM Almaden Research Center

Citation: For contributions to the development of high resolution laser spectroscopy of solids using spectral holeburning, coherent transient and r.f.-optical double resonance techniques, and to the understanding of mechanisms of optical dephasing.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

American Superconductor Corp

Citation: For work in magnetism, particularly for (1) key experiments related to the structure and dynamics of domain walls in bubble materials and (2) fundamental studies of the magnetic properties of amorphous materials.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of California, San Diego

Citation: For his extensive contributions in research on magnetism, superconductivity, and their interactions.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Citation: For his contributions to theoretical physics in the understanding of the relationship between the electronic properties and the structure of condensed matter.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of Rochester

Citation: For his many contributions to our understanding of hydrodynamic stability and thermal transport in laser driven plasmas.

Nominated by: Division of Plasma Physics

University of California, Berkeley

Citation: For theoretical astrophysical investigations of the structure of astrophysical shocks, the evolution of supernova remnants, the structure of the interstellar medium, the dynamics of evaporating clouds, and the interpretation of quasar spectra.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

Rutgers University

Citation: For important contributions to the theory of nuclear reactions-analog resonances, coulomb mixing and isospin symmetry and for his leadership in thermodynamic models of relativistic heavy ion collisions.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Brandeis University

Citation: For his substantial contribution to novel experiment and theoretical understanding in the area of liquid crystals.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

No Company Provided

Citation: For his important contributions to the understanding of aerodynamic noise, geophysical fluid dynamics and wave motion employing the combination of theory and experiments in a very creative manner.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

No Company Provided

Citation: For his contributions to the understanding of the role statistics in nuclei and nuclear reactions and for his elucidation of the role of angular momentum in deep inelastic collisions.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Citation: For using the pion-nucleus interaction to measure the isospin properties of nuclei, and for his innovative work in medium energy instrumentation.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

No Company Provided

Citation: For innovative developments of accelerator-based radioisotope dating, the discovery of the cosine anisotropy in cosmic microwave background radiation and the 'image sharpness theorem'.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

University of Wisconsin, Madison

Citation: For fundamental studies in solid state physics, particularly structural phase transitions and light scattering, ion implantation, ion beam analysis and laser annealing solids.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

Citation: For fundamental studies in rare earth materials clarifying the configurational (valence) transition, the effect of phonons and local enviromental on valence instabilities, and the role of the magnetic polaron in the metal insulator transition.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

NORDITA

Citation: For his extensive contributions to the theory of condensed matter systems, ranging from low temperature helium and superconductors to condensed astrophysical objects and nuclear matter.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Citation: In recognition of his experimental contributions to the study of long-range order in two- and three- dimensional liquid crystalline systems.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Louisiana State University

Citation: For contributions to the fields of field emission spectroscopy (FES), photoelectron spectroscopy (PES) (including UV, x-ray and especially angle-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy), and electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS).

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Citation: Not available

Nominated by: Division of Plasma Physics

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Citation: For his many contributions to density functional theory, particularly as applied to the electron-hole liquid, and for introducing the model for diffusion limited aggregation.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility

Citation: For instigating and performing the definitive studies of the radiative capture of light heavy nuclei and for leading a highly innovative proposal for a 100-700 MeV monoenergetic polarized gamma-ray facility.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

University of Virginia

Citation: For his contributions in developing and applying optical techniques to improving our fundamental understanding of various excitations in solids.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Citation: In recognition of this pioneering work in the inclusion of relativistic effects in calculation of inner shell transition processes: radiative decay rates, photoionization, and ionization of atoms by electrons.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Citation: For his significant research on dynamical aspects of large-amplitude collective nuclear motion, including especially his formulation of dynamical, dissipative models of fission and heavy-ion reactions.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

New York University

Citation: For contributing two major recent advances in fluid mechanics, the understanding of relaminarization of certain turbulent flows and the connection of the turbulent structure of wakes with low-dimensional chaos.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

Alcatel Lucent, Bell Laboratories

Citation: For his pioneering work on transport in 2D inversion layers and the discovery of the fractional quantum Hall effect.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Palo Alto Research Center

Citation: For his many advances in the understanding of the gap states of amorphous semiconductors, including the importance and simplicity of characteristic defects, elucidation of recombination mechanisms, and doping.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

East Carolina University

Citation: For contributions to biological physics.

Nominated by: Division of Biological Physics

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Citation: For outstanding theoretical contributions relating to the dynamics of exciton generation, and exciton-exciton interactions in organic solids, including the photosynthetic unit.

Nominated by: Division of Biological Physics

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Citation: For his brilliant work on the measurements of general relativistic effects in binary pulsars.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

Rice University

Citation: For being a leading authority on the application of electron microscopy and scattering techniques to problems in polymer structure-property relations and for contributions on mosaic block structure of semicrystalline polymers as well as on the structure of the noncrystalline solid state of glassy polymers.

Nominated by: Division of Polymer Physics

Oregon State University

Citation: For his insightful contribution to the understanding of subtle phenomena in atoms, molecules, and nuclei, and his lucid explanations of those phenomena.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Arizona State University

Citation: For innovative work on the vibrational and electronic properties of disordered materials, particularly amorphous semiconductors, and on insulating magnetic alloys.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

No Company Provided

Citation: For major contributions to the basic understanding of the physical properties of organic solids and for some key discoveries in new organic materials, including the Neutral-Ionic Phase Transition.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Princeton University

Citation: For significant contributions to the physics of two-dimensional electronic systems, and for the co-discovery of the Fractional Quantum Hall Effect.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Northwestern University

Citation: For discovery of surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy and active contributions to the basic understanding of surface physics and chemistry.

Nominated by: Division of Chemical Physics

Indiana University, Bloomington

Citation: For contributions to the study of nuclear reaction mechanisms in collisions between complex nuclei at low intermediate energies, fission, nuclear astrophysics and energy systematics of heavy nuclei.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Citation: For pioneering developments in the theory of astrophysical atomic and molecular physics which have greatly advanced our understanding of interstellar masers, molecule formation, and other processes at the forefront of astronomical observation.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

No Company Provided

Citation: For significant technical and scientific contributions in low temperature condensed matter physics including pioneering work in Superfluid He3, Macroscopic Quantum Tunneling, Josephson junction arrays and MOSFET devices.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Polytechnic University

Citation: For the study of the fundamental properties of superconductors and for opening the field of Proximity Effect Tunneling Spectroscopy (PETS).

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Citation: For significant contributions to experimental condensed matter physics, especially electronic properties of graphite, its intercalation compounds, and amorphous carbon, and superconductivity of intercalated layered chalcogenides and ternary Chevrel compounds.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of Rochester

Citation: for the development of x-ray spectroscopic techniques for measuring thermal transport, pre heat and compression in laser fusion experiments and applications to x-ray laser research and x-ray lithography

Nominated by: Division of Plasma Physics

University of California, Berkeley

Citation: For experiments on resonant Raman and resonant Brillouin scattering which greatly improves our understanding of exciton-photon interactions and of the properties of exciton-polaritons.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics