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.

Technische Universitat Munchen

Citation: For the development of novel numerical methods for Computational Fluid Dynamics, and for their successful application to elucidate dynamics of turbulent boundary layers and shock-turbulence interactions.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

University of Leoben

Citation: For her seminal contributions to the development and applications of first principle theoretical techniques to the study of spectroscopic properties of condensed systems, and her pioneering work on the ab-initio theory of organic semiconductors.

Nominated by: Division of Computational Physics

Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne

Citation: For research on spintronics in metallic systems and magnetic nanowires.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Boeing Company

Citation: For academic contributions in the areas of nuclear physics and for substantial applications of radiation technology to spaceborne applications in the aerospace community.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility

Citation: For pioneering studies of Single Spin Asymmetries in electroproduction of hadrons in deep inelastic scattering, providing access to orbital motion of quarks.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Hadronic Physics

University of California, Riverside

Citation: For pioneering optothermal studies of phonon transport in graphene and outstanding contributions to investigation of spatially confined phonons and excitons in semiconductor nanostructures.

Nominated by: Division of Laser Science

University of Oklahoma

Citation: For work at the forefront of computational astrophysics, especially for important contributions to the theory of core collapse supernovae and leadership in the theory of radiative transport in stars and supernovae.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

University of Delaware

Citation: For his original contributions to grand unified theories, CP violation and baryogenesis.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

University of Dortmund

Citation: For optical spectroscopy of charge and spin excitations in semiconductor quantum-dot structures.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of Alberta

Citation: For measurements of the shear modulus of solid 4He at low temperatures.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of Kansas

Citation: For her unique contribution in the design and construction of silicon detectors and other instrumentation. Her expert work of heavy quark decays in B decays. She created a novel outreach physics project Quarked!TM and also led unique undergraduate research opportunities.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Naval Research Laboratory

Citation: For pioneering contributions to the epitaxial growth, characterization, and design of narrow band-gap semiconductor heterostructures.

Nominated by: Division of Materials Physics

University of Manchester

Citation: For groundbreaking work on the implications of chiral symmetry for nucleon structure and nuclear interactions, and applications of the renormalization group to few-body systems.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Few-Body Systems

Stanford University

Citation: For his originality in the direct measurement of the forces and motions in single biomolecular complexes using optical trapping approaches.

Nominated by: American Physical Society

Universitaet Kiel

Citation: For pioneering contributions to the field of strongly correlated classical and quantum plasmas, including the development of a statistical theory and first-principle computer simulations.

Nominated by: Division of Plasma Physics

University of Wisconsin–Madison

Citation: For pioneering contributions to the development of coherent radiation sources in the submillimeter wave and terahertz regime, in particular in the physics of sheet electron beams, advanced cathode, and interaction of high power microwave with materials.

Nominated by: Division of Plasma Physics

University of Alabama, Huntsville

Citation: For contributions to the theory and full-bandstructure modeling of semiconductor nanostructures.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

Loyola University

Citation: For developing the Brans-Dicke Scalar-tensor gravitational theory alternative to Einstein's general relativity.

Nominated by: Division of Gravitational Physics

Norwegian University of Science & Technology

Citation: For contributions to the theory of spin transport and dynamics in magnetic nanostructures and mesoscopic systems.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Magnetism

Saint Michael's College

Citation: For pioneering the modern formulation of nonlinear gyrokinetics, including the development of methodology for general geometry, the theory of dynamical reduction, and a variational formulation of the gyrokinetic-Maxwell system.

Nominated by: Division of Plasma Physics

Duke University

Citation: For outstanding contributions to development and application of molecular beam epitaxy to the formation advanced device structures, with particular contributions to the advancement of the strained heterostructures forming modern microwave devices.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

University of Arizona

Citation: For the development and application of nuclear spin relaxation in biophysics and applications to investigating the molecular dynamics of proteins and lipids in membranes; for introduction of concepts of membrane elastic deformation on the mesoscale to explain functional lipid-protein interactions in celluar membranes.

Nominated by: Division of Biological Physics

Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne

Citation: For contributions to understanding of nucleation, epitaxial growth, and the self-assembly of nanostructure superlattices.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Tech Univ of Denmark

Citation: For contributions to microfluidics including innovative research in lab-on-a-chip systems, electrohydrodynamics, and acoustics, and as the author of a leading textbook on theoretical microfluidics.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

University of Maryland

Citation: For revolutionizing our understanding of quantum optical noise in interferometric gravitational-wave detectors (with Chen), creating the EOB approach to 2-body dynamics (with Damour), and leading the creation of template families for searches for gravitational waves from compact binaries.

Nominated by: Division of Gravitational Physics

University of California, Berkeley

Citation: For her contributions to the history and philosophy of physics, especially regarding Heisenberg in postwar West Germany, and for her professional leadership as program director, book and journal editor, and conference organizer.

Nominated by: Forum on the History of Physics

Oxford University

Citation: For pioneering advances in the understanding of the ultrafast dynamics of strongly correlated electron materials using ultrafast lasers and x-ray pulses.

Nominated by: Division of Laser Science

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Citation: For his pioneering research on neutron stars, including the discovery and analysis of accretion-powered millisecond pulsars.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

University of Manitoba

Citation: For understanding of the spin structure of the fractional quantum Hall effect and the electronic properties of quantum dots.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Washington University in St. Louis

Citation: For contributions to: statistical decay, continuum spectroscopy, and for implementing an n/p asymmetry dependent dispersive optical model.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Citation: For Fundamental Theoretical Contributions in Statistical Hydrodynamics and Physics of Information and Algorithms.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Statistical and Nonlinear Physics

Yerevan Phys Inst

Citation: For bringing one of the world's largest facilities for monitoring different species of secondary cosmic rays located in Armenia to the International Space Weather initiative as a global warning system from violent space events.

Nominated by: Forum on International Physics

University of Melbourne

Citation: For contributions to the development of series-expansion approaches to the Navier-Stokes equations to the use of topology in the study of flow patterns in turbulence, and to our understanding of the structure of jets, wakes, wall turbulence and hot-wire anemometry.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Citation: For pioneering studies of effects of strain, confinement, and interfaces on the properties of complex oxide films enabled by novel pulsed-laser deposition and characterization methods.

Nominated by: Division of Materials Physics

Asylum Research

Citation: For remarkable and lasting contributions to the field of scanning probe microscopy, both academic and commercial.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

University of California, Davis

Citation: For identifying energetic and symmetry principles for observation of non-Fermi liquid and Kondo impurity physics.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of California, Davis

Citation: For application of nuclear magnetic resonance techniques to heavy fermion and superconducting materials.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Citation: For pioneering contributions to gravitational-wave science, including the astrophysics of anticipated sources and the scientific potential of current and planned gravitational-wave detectors.

Nominated by: Division of Gravitational Physics

McMaster University

Citation: For the development and use of innovative experimental approaches and deeply intuitive physical insight to probe the physical properties of polymers in nanoscale systems.

Nominated by: Division of Polymer Physics

SISSA

Citation: For his seminal and far reaching contributions to density-functional perturbation theory, and for his outstanding services to the electronic-structure community, including the creation and distribution of top-class simulation software and the dissemination of knowledge throughout the developed and developing world.

Nominated by: Division of Computational Physics

University of Central Florida

Citation: For pioneering contributions to the understanding of the physics and implementation of ultrafast diode lasers.

Nominated by: Division of Laser Science

University of Rochester

Citation: For significant contributions to hadron collider physics, especially measurements of the mass and properties of the top quark, and for leading the construction of silicon trackers for the CMS detector.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

University of Pennsylvania

Citation: For the advancement of observations and instrumentation in millimeter-wave astronomy.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

University of Cambridge

Citation: For pioneering contributions in design and understanding of nanostructured functional oxides, including superconductors, magnetic materials, ferroelectrics, multiferroics and semiconductors.

Nominated by: Division of Materials Physics

Naval Research Laboratory

Citation: For pioneering contributions to the development of variational fitting methods that enable reliable density-functional and ab initio calculations on large molecules and clusters.

Nominated by: Division of Chemical Physics

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Citation: For fundamental contributions to hydrodynamics in high energy density physics, and for his leadership in the National Ignition Campaign on the National Ignition Facility.

Nominated by: Division of Plasma Physics

Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility

Citation: For developing key theoretical, algorithmic and computational methods to enable Lattice QCD to address vital questions in nuclear physics, and in particular the spectrum of excited states and the origin of the nuclear force.

Nominated by: Division of Computational Physics

Ruhr Universitat Bochum

Citation: For applying the supersymmetry method to disordered, granular, and mesoscopic metals and superconductors.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Technion, Israel Institute of Technology

Citation: For elucidating magnetic and optical phenomena in conducting polymers, semiconductor quantum wells and quantum dots.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Citation: For contributions to lattice QCD and flavor physics including pioneering studies of heavy quarks on the lattice, semileptonic and leptonic heavy-light meson decays, the strong coupling constant, and quark masses.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Max Born Institute

Citation: For contributions to ultrafast phenomena in condensed matter, including generation and application of ultrashort pulses from THz to hard x-rays, combining ultrafast techniques with optical near-field methods and x-ray diffraction, nonequilibrium dynamics of elementary excitations in solids, and ultrafast processes in molecular systems.

Nominated by: Division of Laser Science

Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility

Citation: For his leadership in advancing the experimental nuclear physics program at Jefferson Laboratory, particularly regarding the study of the transition between quark-gluon and hadronic degrees of freedom.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Citation: For groundbreaking work in simulations of large scale structure with particular emphasis on theory of galaxy clusters.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

Chinese Academy of Sciences

Citation: For applying first-principle calculations to topological aspects of spin-orbital physics.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Ecole Normale Superieure

Citation: For pioneering research applying wavelets to the analysis and computation of turbulent flows in two and three dimensions.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Citation: For his seminal discoveries of new quantum algorithms and quantum computational paradigms, in particular the quantum walk and quantum adiabatic methods.

Nominated by: Division of Quantum Information

National University of Singapore

Citation: For his contributions to the understanding of ferromagnetism in non-magnetic element doped semiconductors and new phenomena in carbon-based nano materials through computational studies and his untiring efforts in promoting international scientific collaborations in computational materials physics.

Nominated by: Forum on International Physics

University of Cambridge

Citation: For pioneering contributions to the understanding of phonons and electron-phonon interactions in carbon based materials, particularly for establishing Raman spectroscopy as a standard characterisation tool.

Nominated by: Division of Materials Physics

Universität Bonn

Citation: For developments in non-linear optics and their application to solving seminal problems in multiferroics.

Nominated by: Division of Materials Physics

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Citation: For his clever experiments and analyses of the dynamics of nonequilibrium systems, particularly concerning the propagation and instabilities of cracks in solids and gels, the dynamics of friction and earthquakes, and instabilities in oscillated liquid layers.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Statistical and Nonlinear Physics

University of Colorado, Boulder

Citation: For advancing physics education research through studies of student learning in context and for extensive professional service at all levels from individual mentoring, to developing model programs, to national advocacy.

Nominated by: Forum on Education

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For her important contributions to experimental particle astrophysics, particularly her leadership of and seminal contributions to the design and construction of the Dark Energy Camera.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

Pennsylvania State University

Citation: For contributions to the understanding of internal energy transfer in atomic and molecular systems and for meaningful involvement of undergraduate students in research.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

Carnegie Institute

Citation: For fundamental contributions in observational cosmology, including the determination of the Hubble constant.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Citation: For his pioneering and incisive numerical simulation studies of atomic-scale and biological flows, free shear flow turbulence, and jet aeroacoustics.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

Louisiana State University

Citation: For important contributions to the macroscopic theory of high harmonic generation and attosecond light formation.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

University of Pennsylvania

Citation: For his pioneering contributions to the field of protein folding, in particular the innovative use of infrared spectroscopy and the novel development of vibrational probes to elucidate the fundamental folding mechanism.

Nominated by: Division of Biological Physics

University of Postdam

Citation: For his contributions to the investigation, the understanding and the application of charge and polarization phenomena in polymer electrets and ferroelectret systems.

Nominated by: Division of Polymer Physics

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Citation: For fundamental contributions to the application of large-scale molecular dynamics simulations to the study of shock-induced plasticity and phase transitions in metals, as well as applications of these techniques in the development of large-scale agent-based models in computational epidemiology.

Nominated by: Division of Computational Physics

CUNY - Lehman College

Citation: For pioneering work in quantum optical interferometry using photon number parity measurements, quantum state engineering for superpositions of macroscopically distinguishable states, and application of group theoretical methods to quantum optics.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

Northwestern University

Citation: For insightful mathematical models of multi-physics and multi-scale fluid flow phenomena.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For his detailed investigation of the perturbative structure of QCD, and the performance of calculations that have significantly increased the discovery potential of hadron colliders.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

University of Waterloo

Citation: For the theory of geometrically-frustrated magnetic materials and the spin ice ground state in pyrochlore magnets.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Citation: For sustained scientific contributions in the broad area of solar energy conversion devices and services to the physics community, including chairing and organizing a series of focus sessions on energy related topics and giving invited talks and active participation in outreach to young physicists.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

University of Wisconsin–Madison

Citation: For diverse contributions to the understanding of complex fluids, including the flow of polymer solutions in confined geometries, the nonlinear dynamics of viscoelastic flows at low and high Reynolds numbers, and the collective dynamics of swimming microorganisms.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Citation: For outstanding technical leadership in the formalization, development, and validation of novel large-eddy simulation strategies, and for their application to transitional and turbulent flows.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Citation: For outstanding contributions to the synthesis of high quality single crystals for experimental research, particularly the high Tc superconducting cuprates.

Nominated by: Division of Materials Physics

University of Oregon

Citation: For significant contributions to the field of polymer physics through the development of theoretical methods to study macromolecular structure and dynamics.

Nominated by: Division of Polymer Physics

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

Citation: For developing novel techniques for, and making important measurements of, the anisotropy of the cosmic microwave background radiation and its polarization, particularly on balloon borne instruments.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

Universitat Wurzburg

Citation: For the theory of quantum many-body effects and optical properties of materials.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

California Institute of Technology

Citation: For fundamental contributions in gamma-ray, X-ray, and optical observations of gamma-ray bursts, active galaxies, and black hole systems.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

Washington TRU Solutions, LLC

Citation: For furthering the use of nuclear technology in the areas of radiation safety, nuclear engineering and nuclear waste disposal through the use of physical science.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

Northern Illinois University

Citation: For his many important contributions to the D0 muon system design, construction, and operation, and his leadership in exploiting muons in a variety of physics studies at D0 both in Run I and Run II of the Tevatron.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Georgia Institute of Technology

Citation: For theoretical and computational advances in modeling and characterizing chemical and molecular dynamics in complex environments.

Nominated by: Division of Chemical Physics

Australian National University

Citation: For his sustained contributions to the physics of fusion reactions below the Coulomb Barrier.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

State University of New York, Stony Brook

Citation: For leadership and personal contributions to understanding electroweak symmetry breaking through studies of the top quark, electroweak bosons, and searches for the Higgs boson and phenomena beyond the standard model.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Argonne National Laboratory

Citation: For contributions to the understanding of magnetic and superconducting hybrid systems, novel insights into exchange bias systems, and the investigation of pure spin currents.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Magnetism

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For leadership and innovation in the design and operation of massively parallel computers for lattice gauge theory.

Nominated by: Division of Computational Physics

National Taiwan University

Citation: For pioneering in III-V semiconductor metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistors including the landmark discovery of high dielectric constant oxide films on GaAs surface with low interface states and unpinned Fermi level, and the first demonstration of inversion-channel GaAs MOSFET, timely for science and technology beyond Si CMOS.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

University of Pennsylvania

Citation: For pioneering contributions to the understanding of multiphase flows, particularly the direct numerical simulations of Newtonian and viscoelastic particulate flows.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

Air Force Research Laboratory - Kirtland AFB

Citation: Significant contributions to our understanding of optical absorption and electron transport properties of quantum devices.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

Stanford University

Citation: For fundamental contributions to the materials physics of correlated electron materials through the prudent use of doping, artificial interfaces, dimensional confinement, and electronic reconstruction.

Nominated by: Division of Materials Physics

Northwestern University

Citation: For seminal contributions to x-ray microscopy.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Instrument and Measurement Science

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Citation: For pioneering techniques for the study of thermal properties of materials in high pulsed magnetic fields and for contributions to the understanding of colossal magnetoresistance compounds, Kondo insulators, correlated-electron systems, and quantum magnets.

Nominated by: Division of Materials Physics

North Carolina State University

Citation: For his remarkable and pioneering contributions in QCD applying light-front dynamics to fundamental aspects of hadron physics, including spectroscopy, wave functions, and form factors.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Hadronic Physics

University of Hawaii

Citation: For pioneering experimental investigations of the chemical evolution of the Solar System and the Interstellar Medium, using crossed molecular beams and surface scattering to probe the underlying phenomena on the most fundamental, microscopic molecular level.

Nominated by: Division of Chemical Physics

Institut non Lineaire

Citation: For fundamental investigations of multiple scattering of light in atomic vapors, especially coherent backscattering of light by cold atoms and Lévy flights of photons in hot atomic vapors.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

Nagoya University

Citation: For seminal achievements in the understanding of high Reynolds number turbulence, especially through pioneering the conduct of direct numerical simulations at massive scale, and for international leadership in the turbulence and computational science communities.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

Hitachi Research Center, San Jose

Citation: For contributions to the fabrication, characterization, and understanding of nanoscale magnetic devices, especially magnetic recording head sensors and spin transfer devices.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Magnetism

Washington University in St. Louis

Citation: For his significant and wide-ranging physics analyses at the interface of science and society, including nuclear weapons policy and the killing of oil well blow-outs.

Nominated by: Forum on Physics and Society

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Citation: For seminal contributions to the understanding of phonon physics and thermal transport in fluids and solids; and for pioneering developments in the semiclassical simulation of electronic and phonon transport.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

University of Washington

Citation: For her pioneering, fundamental contributions to the understanding of miscibility phase transitions in model surfactant and membrane systems.

Nominated by: Division of Biological Physics

Johns Hopkins University

Citation: For diverse contributions to understanding the underlying physics and improving the performance of numerous electronic and optical devices, such as semiconductor second-order nonlinear optical generators, intersubband semiconductor lasers and Raman oscillators, slow light, and plasmonic devices.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

University of Pennsylvania

Citation: For contributions to neutrino physics, especially through leadership of the data analysis for the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory showing that solar neutrinos change flavor between the Sun and the Earth.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

University of New Hampshire

Citation: For insightful studies revealing the properties and scaling of turbulent boundary layers over a large Reynolds number range, and for developing and sharing with the research community unique flow facilities to carry out such studies.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

Purdue University

Citation: For the development, application, and dissemination of atomistic, quantum simulation tools for nanoelectronic devices.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Citation: For his contributions to the understanding of fluctuations and penetrating probes in high-energy nuclear collisions.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Temple University

Citation: For insightful theoretical description of the formation and control of ultracold molecules in optical trapping potentials.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

University of Southern California

Citation: For developing and implementing robust theoretical models and accurate computational tools for treating complicated open-shell electronic structure problems ranging from small radicals to the complex environment of solution and proteins.

Nominated by: Division of Chemical Physics

Harvard University

Citation: For making significant contributions to spectroscopic data reduction systems, analyzing the large-scale structure of the universe, and for being the prime mover behind the Astrophysical Data System, the pioneering on-line library for astronomy.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

Washington State University

Citation: For outstanding contributions to the development of an understanding of the origins of the nonlinear optical response and applying this understanding to the development of novel organic nonlinear optical materials.

Nominated by: Division of Laser Science

University of Waterloo

Citation: For his visionary leadership in the field of quantum information science, and for his numerous fundamental contributions to the theoretical foundations and practical implementation of quantum information processing, especially quantum error correction and linear optical quantum computing.

Nominated by: Division of Quantum Information

Kansas State University

Citation: For fundamental contributions in vapor-liquid interface science of critical binary liquids, including surface-tension, adsorption, wetting, and orientational ordering phenomena.

Nominated by: Division of Chemical Physics

University of Utah

Citation: For contributions to the theory of nanostructures and strain-induced nanoscale self-assembly.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Tsinghua University

Citation: For his significant contribution in quantum information, including quantum secure direct communication, distributed quantum communication and quantum search algorithms, and for his important role in advancing physics and development in international physics.

Nominated by: Forum on International Physics

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For his significant contributions to the success of the CDF II experiment. In particular for the leadership role he played during the construction, installation and data-taking operations and for the data analyses he spearheaded and published, including the observation of three new baryons that carry b-quark and their precision determination of their masses.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

University of Massachusetts Amherst

Citation: For his many contributions to understanding the statistical physics of disordered and complex systems and for the development, analysis and application of algorithms for simulating these systems.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Statistical and Nonlinear Physics

University of St Andrews

Citation: For studies of the electronic structure of ruthenium oxides.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of Minnesota

Citation: For the development of novel numerical algorithms and creative physical insights leading to enhanced understanding of complex turbulent flows, including shock/turbulence interactions, jets in cross flow, reacting flows, and multiphase flows.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Citation: For her contributions to our understanding of the transverse quark structure of the nucleon through the study of polarized semi-inclusive deep-inelastic lepton scattering.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

Citation: For development of advanced force detection techniques, including their application to magnetic force microscopy, single electron spin detection and nanoscale magnetic resonance imaging.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Instrument and Measurement Science

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For his scientific leadership of the successful construction and operation of the Pierre Auger Observatory yielding qualitative and quantitative advances in our knowledge of the highest-energy cosmic rays.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

University of Padova

Citation: For the experimental discovery of self-organized helical plasma configurations, for seminal contributions to MHD physics and the application of active control of plasma stability, and for the advancement of the reversed field pinch confinement concept.

Nominated by: Division of Plasma Physics

Temple University

Citation: In recognition of his many innovative contributions to the development of detectors for dark matter, in particular for the invention of negative ion DRIFT.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Kumamoto University

Citation: For the development and use of methods for high-precision Hugoniot measurements in the tens of GPa range, and the development and use of the theory and practice of ultragravity synthesis of new materials.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Shock Compression of Condensed Matter

Louisiana State University

Citation: For early contributions to underground experiments, including the observation of neutrinos from supernova 1987A as a member of the IMB experiment. For a leadership role in the construction, commissioning and operation of the Auger cosmic ray detector.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

Harvard University

Citation: For contributions to high-resolution spectroscopy of reactive molecules, particularly negative molecular ions, in the laboratory and in space.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Citation: For her fundamental contributions to the understanding of the gamma-ray sky through her leadership of the Fermi mission as Project Scientist and her discoveries of gamma-ray burst high energy properties.

Nominated by: Division of Astrophysics

University of Wisconsin, Madison

Citation: For seminal diagnostic development and experimental studies of the fundamental properties of turbulence and related transport in magnetically confined plasmas and detailed tests of theory.

Nominated by: Division of Plasma Physics

Alcatel Lucent, Bell Laboratories

Citation: For diverse contributions to laser science, ranging from relativistic laser-plasma interactions to nonlinear and quantum optics in fibers.

Nominated by: Division of Laser Science

London Center for Nanotechnology

Citation: For experimental studies of strongly correlated electron systems using x-ray and neutron scattering.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of Illinois, Chicago

Citation: For pioneering the development of thermophoretic sampling, as well as contributions to the fluid dynamics of droplet impact and the behavior of fluids in nanoenclosures.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

Naval Research Laboratory

Citation: For scientific leadership in developing physics-based simulation tools, discriminating diagnostics, and validation experiments, producing a predictive capability that contributed to major advances in ion and electron beam physics, Z-pinches, inertial confinement fusion, and dynamic materials.

Nominated by: Division of Plasma Physics

University of California, Santa Barbara

Citation: For contributions to the seminal developments of micron resolution particle image velocimetry and free-surface microfluidics for surface enhanced Raman scattering technology, and for providing deeper understanding of the flow of fluids over surfaces in the extremes of microscopic slip and high Reynolds number turbulence.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

Johns Hopkins University

Citation: For outstanding contributions to the theory of high energy hadron collisions, heavy quark physics, and low-energy tests of the Standard Model, and for development of innovative techniques for perturbative calculations.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Citation: For advancing the fields of nanoscience and nanotechnology through the application of innovative theory and advanced computation for the understanding of energy flow and storage mechanisms in nanostructured materials including carbons and metal oxides.

Nominated by: Division of Computational Physics

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Citation: For contributions to the development of accurate numerical methods for the study of nonlinearity in many-body theory with applications to cold-atom, condensed-matter, nuclear, and high-energy physics.

Nominated by: Division of Computational Physics

Air Force Research Laboratory - Hanscom AFB

Citation: For pioneering contributions to the understanding of interaction of intense particle and electromagnetic beams with ionosphere and Alfvénic aurora, and for observation and interpretation of nonlinear structures and turbulence in sub-auroral plasmas.

Nominated by: Division of Plasma Physics

State University of New York, Buffalo

Citation: For contributions to phonon enhancement of sensors and detectors and to controlled carrier kinetics in sensors with high responsivity.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

Johns Hopkins University

Citation: For fundamental contributions to the development of immersed boundary methods in computational fluid dynamics and for the understanding of the structure of bluff body wakes, fluid dynamics of locomotion, active flow control, and biomimetics & bioinspired engineering.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

Vrije Universiteit

Citation: For his influential contributions to the field of spin physics and in particular to the development of the theoretical formalism of transverse momentum dependent parton distribution functions.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Cornell University

Citation: For pioneering contributions to the development of electron energy loss spectroscopy as a quantitative tool and its application to unraveling connections between changes in electronic-structure and macroscopic behavior.

Nominated by: Division of Materials Physics

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Citation: For contributions to fundamental problems of nature through experiments in nuclear physics.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

Citation: For seminal contributions to the science and technology of high dielectric constant oxide materials and metal gate based transistors that have redefined silicon microelectronics.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

University of California, Santa Barbara

Citation: For the study of non-Abelian anyons in condensed matter systems and their applications to topological quantum computing.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of Alaska, Fairbanks

Citation: For seminal contributions in a broad range of nonlinear problems relating to plasma turbulence, transport in fusion plasmas, and complex nonlinear systems.

Nominated by: Division of Plasma Physics

Weizmann Institute of Science

Citation: For profound contributions to our understanding of the physics of flavor, within the Standard Model and beyond, and for elucidating possibilities for realization of supersymmetry in nature.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

University of Groningen

Citation: For fundamental structural studies of new phases in perovskite-type ferroelectric materials and of domain nanostructures in epitaxial films of multiferroics.

Nominated by: Division of Materials Physics

University of Bristol

Citation: For his seminal contributions to quantum optics, in particular for founding contributions to the field of integrated quantum photonics and its applications to quantum information processing and quantum metrology.

Nominated by: Division of Quantum Information

Joint Institute for Nuclear Research

Citation: For validating the concept of the long sought island of stability for super-heavy nuclei.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

University of Illinois, Chicago

Citation: For his contributions to understanding and predicting properties of nanostructures and bulk defects, surfaces, and interfaces through the development and application of first principles computational techniques.

Nominated by: Division of Computational Physics

University of Massachusetts Boston

Citation: For contributions to theories of confined ultracold collisions and quantum-degenerate Bose gases in one dimension.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

Universitat zu Koln

Citation: For significant contributions to experimental few-nucleon physics with polarized projectiles and setting new standards for testing predictions of rigorous three-nucleon and four-nucleon calculations.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Few-Body Systems

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Citation: For his many contributions to the success of the CDF experiment including his leadership and creative analysis approach in the observation of B_s mixing and measurement of delta_M_s along with his hardware leadership of the of our level-3 trigger and Time-of-flight system.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Clemson University

Citation: For her outstanding contributions to the understanding of complex fluids formed by assemblies of strongly interacting polymers, through the use of elastic and inelastic neutron scattering.

Nominated by: Division of Polymer Physics

Washington State University

Citation: For his substantial accomplishments in quantum chemistry, notably his development of quantum chemical methods including the extension of the correlation consistent basis sets to nearly the entire Periodic Table and for his elegant applications in main group chemistry.

Nominated by: Division of Chemical Physics

University of Strathclyde

Citation: For his outstanding contributions to the application of relativistic electron beams for novel high power microwave generation and the laboratory simulation of electromagnetic wave phenomena in natural plasmas.

Nominated by: Division of Plasma Physics

University of Delaware

Citation: For experimental explorations of molecular design parameters, kinetic effects, and rheological properties of peptide and block copolymer solution assembly.

Nominated by: Division of Polymer Physics

Institute Nazionale Ottica

Citation: For his innovative studies of the nonlinear dynamics of complex systems, including characterization of space-time chaos, theory of stable chaos, microscopic foundations of heat conductivity of nonlinear lattices.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Statistical and Nonlinear Physics

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Citation: For important contributions to a wide range of experiments from measurements of nucleon structure functions to neutrino oscillations, and particularly for his studies of charmonium in proton-antiproton annihilation.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Michigan State University

Citation: For seminal contributions to the theory of pion interferometry and the phenomenology of heavy ion collisions.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Citation: For rigorous scientific contributions in the field of shock compression theory, and in particular for contributions leading to a better understanding of material strength at very high strain rates.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Shock Compression of Condensed Matter

Princeton University

Citation: For the computational solution of the problem of the collision of two black holes.

Nominated by: Division of Gravitational Physics

Iowa State University

Citation: For high-resolution measurements of the London penetration depth of superconductors.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of Arizona

Citation: For path-breaking research on the properties of hot, dense hadronic matter, especially strangeness enhancement in the search for quark deconfinement, and seminal research into the vacuum state in supercritical fields.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Citation: For applying technical expertise and policy knowledge to strengthen the nation's physics enterprise.

Nominated by: Forum on Physics and Society

Johns Hopkins University

Citation: For opening new directions in quantum magnetism, nanomagnetism and biomagnetics through incisive experiments and analysis.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Magnetism

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Citation: For seminal work on the dynamics of collectively interacting particles on random or periodic substrates, including superconducting vortices, colloids, electron crystals and Bose-Einstein condensates.

Nominated by: Division of Computational Physics

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Citation: For characterization of collective phenomena in driven systems with long-range interactions, including non-equilibrium phase diagrams, avalanches, noise and fractal flow.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Affiliation not available

Citation: For his contributions to mathematical relativity, in particular the study of hyperbolic and elliptic formulations of the Einstein equations and the positivity of mass.

Nominated by: Division of Gravitational Physics

Johns Hopkins University

Citation: For his seminal role in the discovery that the expansion of the Universe is speeding up and for his contributions to the study of dark energy and to precision measurements of the Hubble constant.

Nominated by: American Physical Society

University of California, Irvine

Citation: For illuminating our understanding of photosynthesis and of the role of magnetoreception in magnetonavigation.

Nominated by: Division of Biological Physics

University of Cambridge

Citation: For outstanding achievements in theoretical understanding of electronic materials including high dielectric constant oxides, diamond-like carbon, carbon nanotubes, and amorphous silicon.

Nominated by: Division of Materials Physics

Northwestern University

Citation: For comprehensive contributions to the science and physics of fullerenes, nanotubes, and graphene, including novel methods of synthesis, detailed characterization, and measurement of physical properties.

Nominated by: Division of Materials Physics

University of Delaware

Citation: For innovative development of high-accuracy first-principles methods of computational atomic structure and dynamics, and their application to optical atomic clocks, quantum computing with neutral atoms, and tests of fundamental symmetries

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

Tokyo Institute of Technology

Citation: For major contributions to the theoretical understanding of low-dimensional systems and nano-structures.

Nominated by: Division of Materials Physics

University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Citation: For advancement of the theory of electron and X-ray diffraction and microscopy.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of Rochester

Citation: For leading the high-areal-density cryogenic target implosion campaigns on OMEGA that demonstrated a fuel areal density of 0.3 g/cm2 using direct-drive capsules and the development of nuclear diagnostics required to measure cryogenic target performance on OMEGA and NIF.

Nominated by: Division of Plasma Physics

Syracuse University

Citation: For pioneering applied physics research on thin film silicon photovoltaic materials and devices.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique

Citation: For profound contributions to non-modal stability theory which have elucidated the mechanisms responsible for by-pass transition in shear flows. For the development of powerful methods capable of extracting the dominant dynamic modes and reduced-order models from experimental and numerical data.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Citation: For the development of generalized ellipsometry and the invention of the Optical Hall Effect, and their transformative potential for industrial characterization of materials properties, for example in liquid crystal displays and semiconductor device structures.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

University of Colorado, Boulder

Citation: For research into the behavior of molecules at interfaces.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

West Virginia University

Citation: For fundamental and wide-ranging contributions to the measurement of ion heating in laboratory and space plasmas.

Nominated by: Division of Plasma Physics

University of California, Santa Barbara

Citation: For fundamental contributions in the field of theoretical and computational biophysics and the study of protein folding and aggregation.

Nominated by: Division of Biological Physics

Fudan University

Citation: For contributions to the understanding of dimensionality effects on magnetism and emergent phenomena in spatially confined complex magnetic oxides.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Magnetism

University of Wisconsin, Madison

Citation: For his breadth and leadership in the field of string phenomenology, and for his numerous pioneering contributions to elucidating the implications of string theory to particle physics and early universe cosmology.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

University College London

Citation: For contributions to the theory of local excited states and atomic forces at insulating surfaces.

Nominated by: Division of Chemical Physics

ETH Honggerberg

Citation: For research on unconventional superconductivity in cuprates, ruthenates, and heavy fermion materials.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of Pittsburgh

Citation: For pioneering research extending the impact of physics education research to advanced topics, especially quantum mechanics, and for leadership in organizing physics education activities at the national level.

Nominated by: Forum on Education

IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

Citation: For his profound contributions to the elucidation of phenomena and techniques central to our current understanding of quantum information theory.

Nominated by: Division of Quantum Information

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Citation: For contributions to measuring properties of polymeric materials in thin films, nanoporous films, and nanoscale structures and then demonstrating the impact of these properties on critical aspects of the semiconductor and nanomanufacturing technology sectors.

Nominated by: Division of Polymer Physics

General Atomics

Citation: For his leadership role in developing the trapped gyro-Landau fluid (TGLF) equations and establishing that a quasilinear transport theory model based on these provides an accurate model of nonlinear gyrokinetic turbulence simulations enabling large dataset validation of gyrokinetic transport against experiment.

Nominated by: Division of Plasma Physics

Stalder Tech & Reserch

Citation: In recognition of his application of atomic, molecular and plasma physics in the industrial and commercial sector and of his pioneering work in the area of plasmas created in liquids.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics

Citation: For his pioneering contributions to cosmology, especially to inflationary cosmology, phase transitions in the early universe, and cosmic acceleration.

Nominated by: Division of Gravitational Physics

Weizmann Institute of Science

Citation: For understanding decoherence processes in quantum electronic devices, and for proposing experiments to study fractional charges.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of California, Berkeley

Citation: For innovative work in epitaxial oxide thin films, nanostructures and devices, with tailored magnetic and electronic properties, and the development of platforms for photonic structures.

Nominated by: Division of Materials Physics

Indiana University, Bloomington

Citation: For the development of perturbative and nonperturbative methods in Quantum Chromodynamics in the lightcone and equal time formalisms and for their application to properties of exotic mesons.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Few-Body Systems

Kyoto University

Citation: For the creation of first two-electron Bose-Einstein condensate and significant contributions to the physics of ultracold degenerate Bose-Fermi mixtures.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

Johns Hopkins University

Citation: For the theory of topological defects, fluctuations and correlations in high-temperature and high-magnetic-field superconductors.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University College London

Citation: In recognition of her crucial contributions to the worldwide efforts aimed at understanding the elusive neutrinos, especially her seminal role played in the design, construction and physics analyses of the MINOS experiment and her leadership in the double beta decay NEMO and SuperNEMO programs.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Kansas State University

Citation: For outstanding contributions including relativistic calculations for electron-atom collisions and elucidation of interactions of multiple charged ions and photons with atoms, molecules, clusters, surfaces, thin films, and nanotubes.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

Clemson University

Citation: For his career-long contributions to the science and engineering of thermoelectric materials, the industrial application of that knowledge, and for the education and promotion of numerous young scientists and engineers.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

Ohio State University

Citation: For contributions to strongly correlated Fermi and Bose systems and disorder-driven quantum phase transitions.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of California, San Diego

Citation: For significant contributions to the physics of non-equilibrium systems and applications of nonlinear dynamics to broad physical and biological problems.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Statistical and Nonlinear Physics

Boston University

Citation: For outstanding contributions on the dynamics of thin polymer films.

Nominated by: Division of Polymer Physics

University of Massachusetts Amherst

Citation: For contributions to nanoscale science and technology.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

University of Central Florida

Citation: For seminal contributions to the measurement, understanding and application of optical nonlinearities.

Nominated by: Division of Laser Science

Department of State

Citation: For exceptional contributions and leadership in promoting scientific collaborations throughout America, Europe with focus in Black-Sea Region, and Asian-Pacific Rim for research in nanomaterials to solve grand challenges of the 21st century.

Nominated by: Forum on International Physics

CNRS

Citation: For her work on neutrino-nucleus interactions and understanding the role of neutrinos in astrophysical sites, and for her suggestion of building a source of low-energy beta beams using the beta decay of radioactive nuclei.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

University of Delaware

Citation: For investigations of multiple ionization in the non-relativistic and relativistic regimes that have contributed to the understanding of intense laser-atom interactions.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

University of Delaware

Citation: For pioneering contributions to the understanding of turbulent flows and turbulent particle-laden flows, relevant to fine-scale dynamic similarity, turbulent dispersion, settling rate, preferential concentration, collision rate and collision efficiency of inertial particles.

Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

Peking University

Citation: For seminal contributions to the theory of magnetic reconnection with broad applications to fusion and space plasmas, and to studies of waves and instabilities in complex plasmas.

Nominated by: Division of Plasma Physics

Academia Sinica

Citation: For his experimental work on surface nanoparticles, including the discovery of "surface magic clusters" with extraordinary stability, the creation of the first two-dimensional lattice of these clusters, and the demonstration of controllable high-density arrays for enhancing surface Raman scattering.

Nominated by: Forum on International Physics

Emory University

Citation: For innovative experiments and significant contributions in nonlinear dynamics and soft condensed matter physics, including the colloidal glass transition, soft matter rheology, and development of confocal microscopy dynamic imaging.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Statistical and Nonlinear Physics

Academia Sinica

Citation: For the development and application of theoretical tools for surface structure determination, and for the significant computational work on surface clusters and the quantum size effect in metal thin films.

Nominated by: Division of Computational Physics

Vanderbilt University

Citation: For contributions to the understanding of the interactions of radiation with microelectronic materials and devices.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

University of Texas, Arlington

Citation: For his leadership role in experimental particle physics, including invention of the DZero Experiment Intercryostat Detector, searches for new phenomena at DZero, and contributions to national and international committees.

Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Linkoping University, Norrkoping

Citation: Pioneering work on realization of polymer and silicon-germanium transistors and silicon carbide. Significant contributions on modeling solid and soft nanostructures, and experimental works on nanostructures, particularly zinc oxide nanostructures.

Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

Griffith University

Citation: For his seminal contributions to the quantum theory of measurement, particularly to the formulation of continuous measurement, feedback, and control.

Nominated by: Division of Quantum Information

University of Science & Technology, Hong Kong

Citation: For his seminal contributions to discoveries of new optical materials for lasers, nonlinear optics and optical detectors.

Nominated by: Division of Laser Science

University of California, Los Angeles

Citation: For his fundamental contributions to the understanding of electrostatic self-assembly in biological systems.

Nominated by: Division of Biological Physics

US Army Research Laboratory

Citation: For contributions to the understanding of the physics of carrier dynamics and transport in semiconductor materials and devices for optoelectronic applications.

Nominated by: American Physical Society

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Citation: For pioneering contributions to the physics of high power heating of fusion plasmas using ion cyclotron RF waves, including fundamental advances in understanding RF sheaths and plasma-wall interactions, ICRF heating, flow drive and current drive, and study and application of wave plasma inteactions in the scrape-off-layer enabling world record ICRF antenna power densities in a tokamak.

Nominated by: Division of Plasma Physics

Chinese Academy of Sciences

Citation: For his innovative contributions to the development of numerical renormalization group method and theoretical study of strongly correlated electronic systems, and for tireless promotion of international collaborations in condensed matter physics.

Nominated by: Forum on International Physics

University of Delaware

Citation: For the discovery of giant magnetoresistance in granular solids and the exploration of spin polarized transport and spin dynamics in magnetic tunneling junctions.

Nominated by: Topical Group on Magnetism

California Institute of Technology

Citation: For his commitment to establishing the global gravitational wave network through his contributions to the design and conceptualization of the Large Cryogernic Gravitational Wave Telescope in Japan and the EU Advanced Virgo Interferometer in Italy.

Nominated by: Forum on International Physics

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Citation: For contributions to the understanding of defect physics and structure and electronic property relationship of energy materials, quasicrystals, and wide band gap metal oxides, through electron microscopy and first-principles electronic structure calculations.

Nominated by: Division of Materials Physics

University of Science & Technology of China

Citation: For his original and outstanding contributions to single-molecule phenomena at surfaces, first-principles design of functional materials, and his efforts in promoting international scientific collaborations.

Nominated by: Forum on International Physics

Florida State University

Citation: For significant theoretical contributions to our understanding of novel phenomena in quantum Hall systems.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Citation: For fundamental contributions to the understanding of protein structure, function and folding and for technological advances that opened new windows of opportunity for the study of rapid biological reactions.

Nominated by: Division of Biological Physics

Bar-Ilan University

Citation: For elucidating vortex dynamics in the cuprate superconductors.

Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

North Carolina State University

Citation: For leading a collaboration that has built a new source of ultra cold neutrons in Los Alamos that leads the world in ultra cold neutron densities and that has performed the first measurements of spin correlations in neutron beta decay using ultra cold neutrons.

Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

University of Southern California

Citation: For his profound theoretical contributions at the interface of quantum information processing and condensed matter physics, in particular his pioneering work on noiseless subspaces, holonomic quantum computation, and the fidelity approach to quantum phase transitions.

Nominated by: Division of Quantum Information

IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

Citation: For outstanding research on structure and biodynamics of proteins, particularly the hydrophobic effect and the role of water, using massively parallel molecular dynamics computations.

Nominated by: Division of Biological Physics

Hong Kong Baptist University

Citation: For pioneering contributions in quantum optics, particularly work on spontaneous noise quenching and lasing without inversion, and for championing Chinese-American collaborations in quantum optics and physics in general.

Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

University of Texas, Austin

Citation: For pioneering investigations of surface molecular structure, electronic band alignment, and femtosecond electron and nuclear dynamics at molecule-solid interfaces, including applications to surface photochemistry, molecular electronics, and solar energy conversion.

Nominated by: Division of Chemical Physics

North Carolina State University

Citation: For pioneer work on the fundamental understanding of deformation physics in nanocrystalline materials.

Nominated by: Division of Materials Physics