APS Fellow Archive

The APS Fellow Archive is a historical record of APS Fellows, from 1921 to the present. Please note, some records are missing or incomplete. The details contained in the archive are intended to document an individual's institutional affiliation at the time of their election to Fellowship, and is not updated to reflect current information. For a current listing of an APS Fellow who is still an active member, or to search your institution for current APS Fellows, please use the APS Member Directory. For questions about the Fellow Archive or to inquire about a missing record, please contact APS Honors Staff at fellowship@aps.org.

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J W Cable [1967]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Blas Cabrera [1996]
Stanford University
Citation: For his precision measurement of the Cooper pair mass in a superconductor and his search for dark matter in the forms of magnetically charged particles or weakly interacting massive particles.
Nominated by: GIMS

Nicolas Cabrera [1959]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
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Franco Cacialli [2009]
University College London
Citation: For his significant contributions to the science and technology of organic semiconductors and related applications, and especially for seminal contributions to the scanning near-field optical microscopy (SNOM) assisted lithography of organic semiconductor nanostructures.
Nominated by: DMP

Laura Cadonati [2015]
Georgia Institute of Technology
Citation: For leadership of the gravitational-wave data analysis and astrophysics efforts of the LIGO Scientific Collaboration, including work connecting numerical modeling of sources to observations with the LIGO, Virgo, and GEO detectors.
Nominated by: DGRAV

W M Cady [1946]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Marvin Eugene Cage [1996]
National Institute of Standards & Technology
Citation: For excellence in measurement research that led to an accurate experimental SI determination of the quantized Hall resistance and adoption of the quantum Hall effect as the new international standard for resistance.
Nominated by: GIMS

Marc Cahay [2012]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For seminal contributions to understanding transport properties of mesoscopic systems and for pioneering work in spintronic devices
Nominated by: FIAP

David G. Cahill [2005]
University of Illinois
Citation: For original and influential contributions to the physics of heat conduction in materials and the evolution of surface morphology during crystal growth and etching.
Nominated by: DMP

Laurence James Cahill [1976]
University of Minnesota
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAP

Robert Nathan Cahn [1988]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to particle phenomenolgy that have delineated tests of the standard model of electroweak interactions and that have identified means of finding the Higgs boson.
Nominated by: DPF

Yunhai Cai [2013]
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For his important contributions to beam dynamics in areas of beam-beam, nonlinear dynamics, and microwave instability, and pioneering contributions to the development of ultra-low emittance storage rings for the future generation of synchrotron radiation.
Nominated by: DPB

Laurence S. Cain [2009]
Davidson College
Citation: For strong commitment to the advancement of undergraduate teaching and research, and for significant contributions to introductory physics curriculum and assessment at the national level.
Nominated by: FED

Helen Caines [2018]
Yale University
Citation: For her pivotal role in promoting the beam energy scan at RHIC and measurement of the energy dependence of jet quenching through development of techniques for full jet reconstruction in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
Nominated by: DNP

R Brian Cairns [1972]
Boeing Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Frank Paul Calaprice [1981]
Princeton University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Guido Caldarelli [2020]
DSMN and ECLT, Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Citation: For major contributions to understanding the disorder effects in self-similar phenomena, particularly in real scale-free networks and in theoretical models.
Nominated by: GSNP

Amir Caldeira [2016]
Universidade Estadual de Campinas
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the description of macroscopic quantum phenomena and quantum dissipation.
Nominated by: DQI

Allen C. Caldwell [2000]
Columbia University
Citation: In recognition of his contributions to elementary particles, including the discovery of unanticipated properties of the proton from measurements made under his leadership in the ZEUS collaboration.
Nominated by: DPF

Carolyn Denise Caldwell [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For the first experimental demonstration of atomic alignment of photoionization, continued scholarly exposition of atomic alignment, and the elucidation of autoionization decay processes on approaching inner ionization thresholds.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Robert Caldwell [2008]
Dartmouth College
Citation: For his numerous contributions to theoretical cosmology, particularly those on pioneering ideas for dark energy.
Nominated by: DAP

Bertram A Calhoun [1962]
IBM at Yorktown Heights
Citation: Not available
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Debra A. Callahan [2014]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For innovative design and modeling of hohlraums for Inertial Confinement Fusion and leadership in the execution of hohlraum experiments on the National Ignition Facility.
Nominated by: DPP

Curtis G Callan [1971]
Institute for Advanced Study
Citation: Not available
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Joseph Callaway [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Thomas Anderson Callcott [1990]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For seminal contributions to soft-x-ray spectroscopy studies of metals.
Nominated by: DCMP

Jose Manuel Calleja-Pardo [1997]
Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Citation: For significant contributions to optical studies of semiconductor quantum structures and for his role in the advancement of experimental solid state research in Spain.
Nominated by: FIP

Earl R Callen [1963]
Naval Ordnance Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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James D Callen [1978]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Robert Howard Callender [1985]
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: DBIO

A D Callihan [1954]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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A G.W. Cameron [1972]
Yeshiva University
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Astrophysics.
Nominated by: DNP

John Montgomery Cameron [1988]
Procure Treatment Centers Inc
Citation: For his leadership role in experimental studies of new-nucleon systems with hadronic and electromagnetic probes at intermediate energies.
Nominated by: DNP

Robert Cammarata [2012]
Johns Hopkins University
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the thermodynamics and mechanics of surfaces, thin films, and nanomaterials, and to the synthesis, processing and mechanical behavior of nanocomposite thin films.
Nominated by: DMP

Glen D Camp [1946]
University of California
Citation: Not available
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William J. Camp [1998]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: For contributions to computational methods in the theory of phase transition and in reactor safety physics, and for seminal efforts in high performance computing for science and engineering.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Maurice Campagna [1983]
Not available
Citation: For his pioneering work in the field of spin-polarized photoemission and his studies of mixed valence systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Manuela Campanelli [2009]
Rochester Institute of Technology
Citation: For groundbreaking work on numerical simulations of binary black hole spacetimes, and for explorations using these simulations of interesting physical effects such as "superkicks" and spin-driven orbital dynamics.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Charles Edwin Campbell [1994]
University of Minnesota
Citation: For contributions to the theory of quantum fluids and other strongly correlated many-body systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

David Kelly Campbell [1990]
Boston University
Citation: For significant contributions in theoretical physics to quantum field theory, condensed-matter physics, computational physics, and non-linear science, and for his leadership role in the development of institutional programs in nonlinear science both at Los Alamos and internationally.
Nominated by:

E C Campbell [1957]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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Gretchen Campbell [2015]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the study of superfluidity in atomic-gas Bose-Einstein condensates using ring-shaped condensates.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Joe Charles Campbell [2003]
University of Texas, Austin
Citation: For leading contributions to the development of high-speed, low-noise, long-wavelength avalanche photodiodes.
Nominated by: DLS

John M. Campbell [2014]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For work in perturbative quantum chromodynamics, especially the precise simulation of standard model processes in high energy particle collisions.
Nominated by: DPF

Myron Keith Campbell [1997]
University of Michigan
Citation: For his leadership and vision on data collection and triggering at hadronic collider experiments, and its direct impact on the successful physics program of the CDF experiment at Fermilab.
Nominated by: DPF

Anthony Joseph Campillo [1983]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For his contributions toward understanding the propagation and spatial breakup of high power laser beams and for his extensive application of novel picosecond techniques toward understanding molecular energy transfer processes.
Nominated by: DBIO

Juan Carlos Campuzano [2001]
University of Illinois, Chicago
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the physics of high temperature cuprate superconductors by use of angle resolved photoemission spectroscopy.
Nominated by: DCMP

Gregory Harger Canavan [1999]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions leading to the improvement of military science and technology, and for his farsighted leadership in the transfer of developments in remote sensing and communications to the scientific, civilian, and commercial sectors.
Nominated by: FPS

Jeff Candy [2009]
General Atomics
Citation: For groundbreaking advancements in gyrokinetic simulation of turbulent transport in fusion plasmas including the first multi-scale kinetic simulations with coupled ion and electron scales.
Nominated by: DPP

Paul C. Canfield [2001]
Iowa State University
Citation: For crystal growth and characterization of novel materials such as heavy fermion compounds, magnetic superconductors and quasicrystals, leading to important advances in condensed matter and materials physics.
Nominated by: DMP

Claude Canizares [1989]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For pioneering investigations in x-ray astrophysics, particularly in the analysis of astrophysical plasmas by high-resolution x-ray spectroscopy.
Nominated by: DAP

David S. Cannell [1987]
University of California, Santa Barbara
Citation: For contributions in the study of nonlinear and collective phenomena related to critical points, polymers, fractal aggregates, and hydrodynamic instabilities.
Nominated by: DCMP

Andrew M. Canning [2014]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For his important contributions to the development of parallel and computational algorithms for a diverse range of electronic structure methods and their application to systems ranging from nanostructures, complex magnetic systems to nuclear detection materials.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Cyrus D. Cantrell [1980]
University of Texas, Dallas
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

John Harris Cantrell [1991]
NASA/Langley Res Ctr
Citation: For theoretical and experimental contributions to nonlinear solid state acoustics, electron-acoustic microscopy, and the ultrasonic characterization of materials.
Nominated by:

Brian J. Cantwell [1996]
Stanford University
Citation: For basic contributions to recent developments in Fluid Dynamics, particularly in unsteady, viscous flow theory, from laminar and transitional jets to organized structures in turbulence.
Nominated by: DFD

Gang Cao [2009]
University of Kentucky
Citation: For experimental studies of electric and magnetic single-crystal transition-metal oxides.
Nominated by: DCMP

Hui Cao [2006]
Northwestern University
Citation: For the invention of microlasers based on disordered media, and other groundbreaking experimental studies coherent light generation and transport in disordered media.
Nominated by: DLS

Federico Capasso [1986]
Harvard University
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the advancement of optical and microwave devices with 'band structure engineering'.
Nominated by: DCMP

George James Caporaso [1996]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For original contributions to the design and analysis of high-current electron accelerators, especially for instability studies which have greatly extended the utility of induction linacs.
Nominated by: DPB

Roberto Car [1998]
Universite de Geneve
Citation: For outstanding contributions to physics, especially the combination of molecular dynamics with density functional theory which has proven to be a powerful method to study atomic-scale dynamics in molecules and solids.
Nominated by: DMP

Mark J. Cardillo [1987]
Agere Systems
Citation: For pioneering applications of molecular beam techniques to the study of elastic, inelastic, and reactive gas-surface interactions.
Nominated by: DCP

Lawrence S. Cardman [1985]
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: DNP

Manuel Cardona [1964]
RCA Laboratories
Citation: Not available
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A C Cardwoll [1936]
Tulane University
Citation: Not available
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George Slade Cargill [1983]
Lehigh University
Citation: For his critical experiments and calculations concerning atomic scale structure, magnetic excitations, and magnetic anisotropies in amorphous metallic alloys, and for his role in developing electron-acoustic microscopy.
Nominated by: DCMP

William C. Carithers [1996]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For his leadership in the construction of the CDF experiment, including its vertex detector, and his role as co-spokesperson during the period of discovery of the top quark.
Nominated by: DPF

Nathaniel P Carleton [1973]
Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Roger D. Carlini [2020]
Jefferson Laboratory
Citation: For intellectual leadership in a series of proton-proton and electron-proton parity violation experiments, culminating in the first measurement of the weak charge of the proton as a test of the Standard Model and the determination of the weak couplings to the up and down quarks.
Nominated by: DNP

Steven Carlip [2008]
University of California, Davis
Citation: For contributions to black hole physics and to gravity in 2+1 dimensions.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Bille C Carlson [1961]
Iowa State University
Citation: Not available
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Carl Edwin Carlson [1984]
William & Mary College
Citation: For a variety of contributions to elementary particle theory, including recent examination and clarification of the glue ball concept.
Nominated by: DPF

Erica Carlson [2015]
Purdue University
Citation: For theoretical insights into the critical role of electron nematicity, disorder, and noise in novel phases of strongly correlated electron systems and predicting unique characteristics.
Nominated by: DCMP

J Franklin Carlson [1938]
Purdue University
Citation: Not available
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J David Carlson [2004]
Lord Corporation
Citation: For contributions to controllable magnetorheological fluids, devices and systems.
Nominated by: FIAP

Joseph Allen Carlson [1998]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For the development of novel Green's Function Monte Carlo algorithms and their pioneering application to exact calculations of the structure and response of light nuclei using contemporary, realistic nuclear interactions.
Nominated by: DNP

Richard R Carlson [1966]
University of Iowa
Citation: Not available
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Richard O Carlson [1963]
General Electric Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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Thomas A Carlson [1973]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Plasma Physics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Bruce E. Carlsten [2005]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the understanding of intense electron beams and for the development of techniques that have led to the achievement of ultra-bright electron sources.
Nominated by: DPB

John Lennart Carlsten [2004]
Montana State University
Citation: For fundamental studies of stimulated Raman scattering.
Nominated by: DLS

John Carlstrom [2009]
The University of Chicago
Citation: For his pioneering measurements of the Cosmic Microwave Background polarization and the Sunyaev-Zeldovich effect to study the early universe. For using these measurements to constrain models of the constituents of and the physical processes in the early universe.
Nominated by: DAP

Moshe Carmeli [1972]
Aerospace Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

John Howard Carmichael [1994]
The University of Auckland
Citation: For contributions to the quantum theory of light, its generation, detection, and interaction with atoms.
Nominated by: DAMOP

D. Duane Carmony [1980]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Edward F Carome [1965]
John Carroll University
Citation: Not available
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Christopher David Carone [2017]
College of William & Mary
Citation: For contributions to the large N theory of baryons and to model building of physics beyond the standard model, including models of flavor, electroweak symmetry breaking, and extra dimensions.
Nominated by: DPF

John Marland Carpenter [1989]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to neutron scattering studies in condensed matter physics; in particular for in invention of pulsed proton spallation neutron sources.
Nominated by: DCMP

Michael P Carpenter [2017]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For many contributions to experimental nuclear structure physics in a range of topics including: the discovery and characterization of superdeformation in the Hg region, octupole correlations in actinide nuclei, and shape coexistence in nuclei near N=40, and his applications of large Ge detector arrays in conjunction with ancillary detectors for characterization of the nuclei under study.
Nominated by: DNP

Steve H. Carpenter [1980]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Robert W. Carpick [2012]
University of Pennsylvania
Citation: for his outstanding contributions to developing an atomic-level understanding of the tribological phenomena of friction, adhesion, and wear
Nominated by: DMP

Emma P Carr [1937]
Mount Holyoke College
Citation: Not available
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G. Lawrence Carr [2009]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: For applications of synchrotron and terahertz radiation to condensed-matter systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Howard Earl Carr [1962]
Auburn University
Citation: Not available
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Herman Y Carr [1964]
Rutgers University
Citation: Not available
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Lincoln D. Carr [2014]
Colorado School of Mines
Citation: For contributions to the theory of ultracold quantum gases, including solitons, vortices, and nonlinear dynamics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Stephen H Carr [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPOLY

Thomas D Carr [1972]
University of Florida
Citation: Not available
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W James Carr [1965]
Westinghouse Research Laboratories
Citation: Not available
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Nicholas J. Carrera [1996]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his key scientific role in the development and negotiation of the verification protocols to the Threshold Test Ban Treaty and for his distinguished contributions to the US arms control efforts.
Nominated by: FPS

Benjamin A. Carreras [1984]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For sustained contributions to the understanding and circumvention of operating limitations and enhanced transport in torodial confinement devices subject to MHD fluid instabilities.
Nominated by: DPP

Tucker Carrington [2007]
Queen's University
Citation: For the development and application of new iterative tools for solving the time-independent Schrödinger equation.
Nominated by: DCP

David Carroll [2013]
Wake Forest University
Citation: For pioneering studies in determining the electronic structure of nanoscale materials and their defects and interfaces through the use of scanning probes leading to applications in electroactive polymer nanocomposites.
Nominated by: DMP

John A. Carroll [1928]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
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Sean Carroll [2010]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For contributions to a wide variety of subjects in cosmology, relativity, and quantum field theory, especially ideas for cosmic acceleration, as well as contributions to undergraduate, graduate, and public science education.
Nominated by: DPF

Thomas L. Carroll [2017]
U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For research in nonlinear dynamics including experimental detection of transient chaos in magnetic spin-wave materials, synchronization of chaotic systems, applications of chaos to communications and radar, and the application of phase space techniques to signal analysis.
Nominated by: GSNP

Thomas F. Carruthers [2012]
UMBC
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the fields of ultrafast optics, nonlinear optics, and fiber lasers, for services to the physics community, and for advising and overseeing the construction and operation of interferometric gravitational-wave detectors
Nominated by: DLS

Cathryn Carson [2011]
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: FHP

Ashton Carter [2015]
United States Office of the Secretary of Defense
Citation: For exceptional service to physics and to society through service in the academy and in government.
Nominated by: FPS

Emily Ann Carter [1998]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For her pioneering development and applications of ab-initio methods to energetics, kinetics and dynamics studies of surface reactions.
Nominated by: DCP

Sue Carter [2015]
University of California, Santa Cruz
Citation: For contributions to the science required to improve production and utilization of energy, and efforts to exploit this understanding in both the world of commerce and in public policy.
Nominated by: GERA

Troy Carter [2014]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For novel and impactful experimental research into fundamental processes relevant to laboratory, space and astrophysical plasmas including magnetic reconnection, wave-wave interactions, and turbulence and transport in magnetically-confined plasmas.
Nominated by: DPP

C Hawley Cartwright [1939]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
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David C. Cartwright [1988]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For outstanding theoretical and experimental contributions to the determination and utilization of electron-atom (molecule) collision data for a wide variety of laboratory and naturally occurring phenomena.
Nominated by: DAMOP

James M. Caruthers [2016]
Purdue University
Citation: For substantial and innovative advancements in the physics and nonlinear mechanics of glassy polymers.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Thomas Ripley Carver [1964]
Princeton University
Citation: Not available
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John Robert Cary [1989]
University of Colorado, Boulder
Citation: For applications of modern dynamical analysis to plasmas, which led to the development of the ponderomotive Hamiltonian, an algorithm for finding integrable systems, and the theory of separatrix crossing.
Nominated by: DPP

Edward F Casassa [1962]
Mellon Institute
Citation: Not available
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Kenneth M Case [1959]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
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Theodore W Case [1931]
Case Western Reserve University
Citation: Not available
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R J Cashman [1950]
Northwestern University
Citation: Not available
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Max E Caspari [1960]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
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Lee Wendel Casperson [1998]
Portland State University
Citation: For his pioneering contributions to the field of laser instabilities, the discovery of the laser instability that bears his name, and his numerous advances in laser and resonator design.
Nominated by: DLS

Paul Cassak [2018]
West Virginia University
Citation: For significant theoretical contributions to our understanding of magnetic reconnection in natural and laboratory plasmas.
Nominated by: DPP

David Giske Cassel [1989]
Cornell University
Citation: For contributions to the investigation of photoproduction, electroprodyuction, annihilation, weak interactions, the contruction of CESR, and the construction and operation of the CLEO experiment.
Nominated by: DPF

David B. Cassidy [2017]
University College London
Citation: For sustained accomplishments in the field of experimental positronium atomic physics, including the discovery of the di-positronium molecule and the optical excitation of its first excited state.
Nominated by: DAMOP

David Charles Cassidy [1992]
Hofstra University
Citation: For his work on the history of Twentieth Century Physics, particularly his biography on Heisenberg.
Nominated by: FHP

Richard F Casten [1981]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Luciano Castillo [2019]
Purdue University
Citation: For demonstrating the importance of the initial conditions of scaling arguments in turbulent boundary layers, and for demonstrating the importance of turbulence in wind energy, and for mentoring and creating new opportunities for under-represented minorities in fluid dynamics.
Nominated by: DFD

John G Castle [1962]
Murrysville, Pennsylvania
Citation: Not available
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Albert Welford Castleman, Jr [1985]
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: DCP

John Irvin Castor [2003]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For ground-breaking work on radiatively-driven stellar winds, and contributions to the theory of opacities, equations-of-state, and radiation hydrodynamics, including national security applications in high energy-density physics.
Nominated by: DAP

George Castro [1989]
San Jose State University
Citation: For the discovery of several significant optical and electronic processes in organic solids.
Nominated by: DCP

Antonio H. Castro-Neto [2003]
Boston University
Citation: For contributions to the theory of strong correlations, fluctuations, and inhomogeneities in high temperature superconductors and quantum magnets.
Nominated by: DCMP

A E Caswell [1945]
University of Oregon
Citation: Not available
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Randall S Caswell [1958]
National Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
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Gordon D. Cates [1997]
Princeton University
Citation: For his pioneering use of laser polarized gases to permit uniquely detained images of mammalian lungs.
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Lou Cattafesta [2017]
Florida State University
Citation: For seminal contributions in active flow control and aeroacoustics, including real-time closed-loop control, design tools for actuators and micro-electro-mechanical flow sensors, design and characterization of unique aeroacoustic facilities, and phased-array beamforming methods.
Nominated by: DFD

Fausto Cattaneo [2016]
University of Chicago
Citation: For leadership in applying advanced computations to problems of astrophysical convection and the evolution of astrophysical magnetic fields, and elucidating the physics of both small and large spatial scale astrophysical magnetic field generation, magnetized accretion disks, and magnetohydrodynamic turbulence.
Nominated by: GPAP

Cynthia Cattell [2010]
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Citation: For measurements of solitary waves and electric fields in the Earth's radiation belts and for observation and interpretation of the very large amplitude whistler mode waves that provide a new mechanism for accelerating trapped electrons to relativistic energies in a fraction of a second.
Nominated by: GPAP

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

Peter J. Catto [1986]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For contributions to the theory of plasma equilibrium, stability and transport in mirrors, bumpy tori, and tokamaks, and for contributions to the theory of particle gyrokinetics.
Nominated by: DPP

Robert Craig Cauble [2000]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For important contributions to the understanding of the equation of state of dense, strongly coupled plasmas.
Nominated by: DPP

Colm-Cille P. Caulfield [2014]
University of Cambridge
Citation: For fundamental advances in our understanding of the dynamics of stratified flows including finding new bounds on mixing efficiency and delineating new regimes in natural ventilation.
Nominated by: DFD

Robert Joseph Cava [1988]
Princeton University
Citation: For contributions to the materials physics of ceramic superconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

Michael John Cavagnero [2000]
University of Kentucky
Citation: For creative analyses of atomic collisions, fragmentation and electron correlation, which incorporate keen insight into innovative mathematical formulations; and for energizing many successful collaborations with experimental and theoretical colleagues.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Andrea Cavalleri [2011]
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: DLS

Richard Roy Cavanagh [2004]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For contributions to the undestanding of dynamical processes and energy-transfer mechanisms for molecular absorbates on surfaces.
Nominated by: DCP

Carlton M. Caves [2004]
University of New Mexico
Citation: For pioneering working on the role of quantum mechanics in the physics of information.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Miguel A. Cazalilla [2018]
National Tsing Hua University - Taiwan
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the understanding of one-dimensional quantum systems in and out of equilibrium.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Peggy Cebe [2008]
Tufts University
Citation: For use of heat capacity, dielectric relaxation, and X-ray scattering to study semicrystalline polymer and biopolymer materials, and for work with Deaf and hard of hearing students.
Nominated by: DCMP

Steven L. Ceccio [2009]
University of Michigan
Citation: For experimental advancements in multiphase and high-Reynolds number flows, including cavitating flows, gas-solid flows, and skin friction drag reduction using gas and polymer injection.
Nominated by: DFD

Francis Edward Cecil [2000]
Colorado School of Mines
Citation: For measurements of nuclear reactions among light ions at low energies and for the application of some of these reactions to the diagnostics of high temperature fusion plasmas.
Nominated by: DNP

Gerbrand Ceder [2020]
University of California at Berkeley
Citation: For extensive contributions to the fundamental understanding of energy storage materials, and for pioneering the materials genome approach for computational materials design.
Nominated by: GERA

James Cederberg [2000]
St. Olaf College
Citation: For his strong commitment to teaching, for his advocacy and national promotion of undergraduate research, and for his highly productive program of faculty/student research in molecular beam spectroscopy at St. Olaf.
Nominated by: FED

George K. Celler [1990]
SOITEC/USA
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of interactions between intense photon beams and the Si/SiO2/dopant system, and for imaginative applications of these interactions to modification of electronic materials.
Nominated by: DMP

Vittorio Celli [1975]
University of Virginia
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Peter Celliers [2007]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For developing a new generation of high-precision ultra-fast diagnostics, which have enabled accurate laboratory measurements of shock compressed condensed matter in the ~1 to 100 Mbar regime.
Nominated by: GSCCM

Robert J. Celotta [1980]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Claudia Cenedese [2018]
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the understanding of fluid-dynamical processes in the world's oceans, particularly turbulent entrainment into overflows and the melting of glaciers and icebergs, obtained through elegant and physically insightful laboratory experiments.
Nominated by: DFD

Joan Mary Centrella [1998]
Drexel University
Citation: For her original contributions to numerical relativity, cosmology, and astrophysics, in particular for her studies of large-scale structure in the universe and sources of gravitational radiation.
Nominated by: DAP

Martin Centurion [2020]
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Citation: For contributions to ultrafast electron physics, including the making of 3D molecular movies of conical intersections, rotational wavepackets, and coherent nuclear motions in molecules.
Nominated by: DAMOP

David M. Ceperley [1992]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For development of innovative algorithms to deal with quantum many-body problems with their application to significant physical problems.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Hilda A. Cerdeira [2006]
Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics
Citation: For her contributions in superconductivity, nonlinear dynamics and synchronization of chaotic systems and her development and management of outreach programs in communications and literature for colleagues in developing countries.
Nominated by: FIP

Massimo Cerdonio [2007]
University of Padova
Citation: For his commitment to and leadership in establishing an international gravitational wave network and for promoting international collaborations through his leadership of the Gravitational Wave International Committee.
Nominated by: FIP

Charles Cerjan [2013]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For seminal contributions to time-dependent Schrodinger equation propagation algorithms and their applications, the development of laser-produced plasma sources for advanced lithography, and the investigation of the basic mechanism of magnetic multilayer material response and its application to magnetic storage devices.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Francesco Cerrina [2001]
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Citation: For innovative physics applications in the domains of lithography, x-ray optics and microscopy.
Nominated by: FIAP

Sylvia Teresse Ceyer [1994]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: In recognition of thorough and insightful contributions to the field of surface science that have advanced our understanding of the dynamics of chemical reactions on surfaces.
Nominated by: DCP

Shang-Yi Ch'en [1963]
University of Oregon
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Yves Jean Chabal [1996]
AT&T Bell Laboratories
Citation: For pioneering development of high-resolution infrared spectroscopy for adsorbate structure and dynamics on surfaces.
Nominated by: DCP

Ruth W. Chabay [2009]
North Carolina State University
Citation: For contributions to the development of computer-based learning and tutorial systems, visualizations, and curricula that have modernized and improved how students learn physics.
Nominated by: FED

Michael L. Chabinyc [2019]
University of California, Santa Barbara
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of relationships between structure and electronic properties of conjugated polymers, and the translation of these relationships to functional devices such as transistors and solar cells.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Luis Chacon [2020]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For seminal contributions in the development of novel algorithms for fluid and kinetic plasma simulation, both Eulerian and Lagrangian, enabling breakthroughs in the understanding of fast magnetic reconnection, and the impact of kinetic effects in strong plasma shocks and in ICF implosions.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Mark B. Chadwick [2009]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For significant and innovative contributions to applied nuclear physics, including medical radiation therapy, nonproliferation, homeland security, the physics of nuclear weapons, and especially to development of the modern ENDF/B-VII data base.
Nominated by: DNP

Moustafa T Chahine [1977]
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DFD

Paul Michael Chaikin [1985]
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: DCMP

Deepto Chakrabarty [2011]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For his pioneering research on neutron stars, including the discovery and analysis of accretion-powered millisecond pulsars.
Nominated by: DAP

Bulbul Chakraborty [2008]
Brandeis University
Citation: For important theoretical contributions to diverse areas of condensed matter physics, including frustrated magnets, diffusion of light particles in metals, the glass transition, and jamming in granular systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Suman Chakraborty [2017]
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Citation: For advancing the understanding of key transport mechanisms in microfluidics including electrohydrodynamic coupling in the presence of hydrophobic interactions; for contributions to the understanding of electrokinetic transport of blood through microchannels; and for medical device development.
Nominated by: DFD

Tapash Chakraborty [2011]
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: DCMP

Sudip Chakravarty [1991]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For his contributions towards the understanding of quantum dissipative phase transitions in Josephson systems and his contributions towards understanding the magnetic properties of La2CuO4.
Nominated by: DCMP

William A. Challener [2013]
General Electric Company
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of surface plasmon physics and its application to data storage and biosensing.
Nominated by: FIAP

Owen Chamberlain [1955]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

R G Chambers [1969]
University of Bristol
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Scott Chambers [2015]
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Citation: For pioneering contributions in the growth and properties of crystalline oxide films, particularly the fundamental relationships between composition and structure, and the resulting electronic, magnetic, and photochemical properties.
Nominated by: DMP

Ivan Emilio Chambouleyron [1996]
Instituto de Fisica, UNICAMP
Citation: For significant contributions to fundamental and applied studies of amorphous semiconductors, and for his leadership role in the advancement of applied physics in Latin America.
Nominated by: FIP

Claudio Chamon [2008]
Boston University
Citation: For his important theoretical work on the probing of fractional charge and statistics in strongly correlated systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Arthur E. Champagne [1999]
University of North Carolina
Citation: For his pioneering work in nuclear astrophysics in developing a quantitative connection between stable-beam spectroscopy measurements and direct radioactive-beam experiments.
Nominated by: DNP

Paul Morris Champion [1991]
Northeastern University
Citation: For contributions to the fields of molecular biophysics and spectroscopy of heme proteins.
Nominated by: DBIO

Roy Lunsford Champion [1984]
William & Mary College
Citation: For measurements of differential and total cross-sections, both elastic and inelastic, of ions on atoms and molecules.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Che Ting Chan [1996]
Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
Citation: For his innovative contributions to the first-principles calculations and simulation of materials properties, including those of surface structures, clusters, and photonic band-gap materials.
Nominated by: FIP

Moses H.W. Chan [1987]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: For pioneering studies if the nature of phases and phase transitions in two and three dimensions.
Nominated by: DCMP

Shirley Suiling Chan [2006]
Princeton University
Citation: For using sophisticated techniques to explore the spectra, structure, and dynamics of proteins and nuclei acids, and for dedicated service to the American Physical Society.
Nominated by: DBIO

Siu-Wai Chan [2018]
Columbia University
Citation: For observing and understanding the grain boundary dislocation motion in materials, providing a seminal impact on superconducting thin film boundary devices, and inventing a novel ecological synthesis technique of nano-crystals oxides for catalysis applications.
Nominated by: FIAP

Sunney I. Chan [1987]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For applying the resonance methods of physics to a wide variety of biological and chemical problems.
Nominated by: DBIO

Vincent S. Chan [1988]
General Atomics
Citation: For significant insights into the physics of wave heating in tokamaks and original ideas to improve tokamak performance with rf waves.
Nominated by: DPP

Yau-Wa Chan [1980]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

B Chance [1946]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Britton Chance [2007]
University of Pennsylvania
Citation: For prodigious contributions to biological optics over more than seventy years, and for the use of physical methods in fundamental discoveries concerning cell metabolism.
Nominated by:

Morell S. Chance [1987]
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Citation: For development and application of fundamental analytical and numerical tools for the investigation of the magnetohydrodynamic stability of high beta plasma in shaped tokamak configurations, including the PBX device.
Nominated by: DPP

Ronald Richard Chance [1988]
Georgia Institute of Technology
Citation: For important contributions to the scientific understanding of the electronic properties of organic solids, including photoconduction, energy transfer, solid-state reactions, nonlinear optics, electronic structure theory, and conducting polymers.
Nominated by: DCP

James Djamshid Chandi [1989]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For theoretical contributions to the understanding of semiconductor surface reconstructions and defect-related structural metastabilities.
Nominated by: DCMP

Colston Chandler [1992]
University of New Mexico
Citation: For development of a mathematically rigorous, yet practical, theory of approximation, sufficiently powerful to include breakup channels, for the fundamental D-body equations of nonrelativistic multichannel quantum scattering theory.
Nominated by: GFB

David Chandler [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

David W. Chandler [1997]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: For important contributions to molecular dynamics, in particular for his invention and applications of photofragment imaging and for his work using laser-induced gratings.
Nominated by: DLS

Premala Chandra [2013]
Rutgers University
Citation: For contributions to the theory of frustrated antiferromagnets and glasses, ferroelectrics and heavy fermion materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

Benjamin Chandran [2018]
University of New Hampshire
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the theory of turbulence, heating, particle acceleration and thermal conduction in space and astrophysical plasmas.
Nominated by: GPAP

Bellur S Chandrasekhar [1962]
Westinghouse Research Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Meera Chandrasekhar [1992]
University of Missouri
Citation: For her optical experiments at high pressure on the nature of energy bands, deep levels, and quantum confined states in semiconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

Venkat Chandrasekhar [2008]
Northwestern University
Citation: For significant contributions to transport in mesoscopic systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Shailesh Chandrasekharan [2018]
Duke University
Citation: For developing new ideas to solve sign problems in strongly correlated massless Dirac fermion systems, and for constructing new fermion Monte Carlo algorithms that have helped to accurately study fermionic quantum critical behavior in 2+1 dimensions and to discover exotic quantum critical points.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Michael E. Chandross [2012]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: For his outstanding contributions to the development of computational physics methods and their application to tribology and the aging and reliability of nanomaterials
Nominated by: DCOMP

Albert M. Chang [2000]
Purdue University
Citation: For experimental studies of quantum Hall edge states and Luttinger liquids.
Nominated by: DCMP

Chia-Seng Chang [2012]
Academia Sinica
Citation: For long lasting contribution in surface sciences and nanotechnology research, and innovative developments on scanning probe microscopy, UHV TEM-STM combined system for in-situ nanoscale observation and measurements, and the development of phase plate and wet cell for TEM for biological imaging
Nominated by: GIMS

Ching-Ray Chang [2009]
National Taiwan University
Citation: For contributions to the theory of magnetism and the development of computational approaches in spin transport, and for leadership in fostering international research and education in Asia.
Nominated by: FIP

Choong-Seock Chang [2006]
New York University
Citation: For seminal and pioneering contributions in neoclassical, rf-driven, and basic transport theories, and for his leadership in plasma edge simulation in torodial magnetic confinement devices.
Nominated by: DPP

Chung Yun Chang [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

David Bing Jue Chang [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Hsueh Chia Chang [1997]
University of Notre Dame
Citation: For his deep and elegant contributions to the mathematics and to the physical understanding of nonlinear waves on thin films.
Nominated by: DFD

Keejoo Chang [2009]
Korea Adv Inst of Sci & Tech
Citation: For his outstanding contributions to computational materials physics, in particular the fundamental understanding of defects, impurities, and high-pressure phases of semiconductors.
Nominated by: DMP

Leroy L Chang [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Ngee-Pong Chang [1976]
City College of New York
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Richard K Chang [1975]
Yale University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Roger Chang [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Shau-Jin Chang [1976]
University of Illinois
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Shih-Lin Chang [2007]
National Tsing Hua University
Citation: For his outstanding contributions in developing X-ray multiple diffraction methods for solving the X-ray phase problem in crystallography, in developing Fabry-Perot resonators for hard X-rays, and in promoting international collaborations.
Nominated by: FIP

Taihyun Chang [2010]
Pohang University of Science & Technology
Citation: For his innovative applications of chromatographic techniques for trailblazing and exquisite molecular characterization and separation of the full range of polymers of contemporary interest.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Tien Sun Chang [1965]
Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Tu-nan Chang [1989]
University of Southern California
Citation: For his pioneering contributions to the many-body theory of atomic structure and photoionization, particularly the study of doubly excited states.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Yia-Chung Chang [2000]
University of Illinois
Citation: For calculations elucidating the transport, electronic, and optical, and vibrational properties of semiconductors, in the bulk and at surfaces, in heterostructures and in nanostructures.
Nominated by: DMP

Zenghu Chang [2008]
Kansas State University
Citation: For contributions to the development of femtosecond x-ray streak cameras, to the stabilization of the carrier-envelope phase of high-power lasers, and to the generation of high-order harmonics and attosecond pulses.
Nominated by: DLS

Ganesar Chanmugam [1991]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his original contributions on the cyclotron emission from accreting magnetic white dwarfs, the evolution of neutron-star magnetic fields and for proposing that variable white dwarfs are undergoing nonradial oscillations.
Nominated by: DAP

Michael Stephen Chanowitz [1988]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to theoretical elementary particle physics.
Nominated by: DPF

Christopher T. Chantler [2016]
University of Melbourne
Citation: For advances in the accurate measurement and understanding of photons and matter interaction in the X-ray regime.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Roy William Chantrell [2003]
Seagate Research, Pennsylvania
Citation: For contributions to the theory of nanoparticle magnetism and the development of theoretical and computational approaches to the problem of thermally activated magnetization reversal.
Nominated by: GMAG

Peter J. Chantry [1988]
Not available
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the field of electron-molecule scattering and for pioneering work with negative ions formed by dissociative attachment.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Michael Chapman [2007]
Georgia Institute of Technology
Citation: For developing an all-optical method for creating atomic Bose-Einstein condensates, and for seminal experimental work in the fields of quantum degenerate gases, cavity quantum electrodynamics and atom optics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Richard A Chapman [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Plasma Physics and the Division of Condensed Matter Physics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Sydney Chapman [1966]
National Center of Atmospheric Research
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Kookheon Char [2010]
Seoul National University
Citation: For outstanding contributions to assembly of polymers in thin films leading to fundamental new insights and applications in microelectronics and optoelectronics
Nominated by: DPOLY

Kookrin Char [2018]
Seoul National University
Citation: For sustained and groundbreaking research in advancing both synthesis and understanding of perovskite oxide epitaxial films and devices, including cuprate-based Josephson junctions, tunable titanate dielectrics, and high-mobility stannate semiconductors.
Nominated by: DMP

Robert Charity [2011]
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: DNP

Christine Charles [2013]
Australian National University
Citation: For discovery of current-free double layers in helicon plasma sources, development of helicon ion beam generators, and their application to space propulsion and materials modification.
Nominated by: DPP

Ernest E Charlton [1939]
General Electric Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

R A Charpie [1955]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Carl T Chase [1937]
New York University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Charles E Chase [1966]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology National Magnet Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Lloyd F Chase [1965]
Lockheed Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Chellis Chasman [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Robert L Chasson [1962]
University of Denver
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Hugues Chate [2014]
Saclay Nuclear Research Center, CEA
Citation: For numerous contributions to nonequilibrium critical phenomena and to the characterization of complex spatiotemporal patterns and fluctuations, in particular for his seminal role in exploring the physics of active matter.
Nominated by: GSNP

Swapan Chattopadhyay [1995]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For his pioneering studies of fluctuations, coherence and phase-space cooling and his contributions to the accelerator physics foundation of PEP II, an asymmetric B-factory collider for CP-violation studies.
Nominated by: DPB

Ling-Lie Chau [1984]
University of California, Davis
Citation: For contributions to a broad range of elementary particle theory including Regge phenomenology, weak decays, W. production and Yang-Mills theory.
Nominated by: DPF

Praveen Chaudhari [1974]
IBM at Yorktown Heights
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Manoj K. Chaudhury [2006]
Lehigh University
Citation: For conducting fundamental studies on the roles of energetic and kinetic processes on adhesion, fracture and tribological properties of polymeric interfaces.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Pavel Cheben [2019]
National Research Council of Canada
Citation: For field-opening contributions to subwavelength integrated photonics, and the experimental and theoretical investigations of metamaterial nanostructures in optical waveguides, including metamaterial Bloch waveguides and on-chip metasurfaces in the telecom and mid-infrared frequencies.
Nominated by: DLS

James Robert Chelikowsky [1987]
University of Texas, Austin
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of electronic, optical, and structural properties of materials through creative synthesis of empirical and first-principles quantum theory.
Nominated by: DCMP

Daniel Simon Chemla [1988]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of nonlinear optical processes and to the development of nonlinear spectroscopy in condensed matter.
Nominated by: DCMP

Yann R. Chemla [2020]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For advancing optical tweezers toward angstrom resolution and integration with single molecule fluorescence and applying them to reveal physical principles of fundamental biological systems such as DNA dynamics, DNA packaging motor proteins, DNA unzipping proteins, and bacterial chemotaxis.
Nominated by: DBIO

C.F. Chen [1987]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his contributions to basic understanding of double0diffusive convection.
Nominated by: DFD

Cheng-Hsuan Sunshine Chen [1996]
AT&T Bell Laboratories
Citation: For pioneering contributions to condensed matter physics through applications of electron diffraction and microscopy.
Nominated by: DCMP

Chien-Te Chen [1996]
AT&T Bell Laboratories
Citation: For innovative experiments in the area of soft x-ray spectroscopy using synchrotron radiation, and especially the advancement of x-ray magnetic circular dichroism.
Nominated by: FIP

Chung-Hsuan Winston Chen [1994]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For his fundamental contributions to chemical kinetics studies and the development of several ultra-sensitive detection methods by laser spectroscopy.
Nominated by: DLS

Francis F Chen [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Gang Chen [2012]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the understanding of heat transfer at nanoscale and to the development of thermoelectric energy conversion technologies
Nominated by: DMP

Guanhua Chen [2014]
University of Hong Kong
Citation: For his singular contributions in the development of quantum mechanical simulation methods for complex electronic systems, including O(N) methods for excited states and the multiscale QM/EM method for emerging electronics.
Nominated by: DCP

Ho Sou Chen [1989]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For providing critical insights into the nature of metastable solid phases; in particular, the structure and relaxation of metallic glasses, phase transitions in amorphous systems, and the thermodynamics of the quasi-crystalline phase.
Nominated by: DCMP

Hongyu Chen [2013]
Dow Chemical Company
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the fundamental understanding of polymer viscoelasticity, phase behavior of polymer blends, deformation behavior of polymers, structure-property relationship of oriented polymers, and the application of polymer physics for product development.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Zhigang Chen [2015]
San Francisco State University
Citation: For seminal contributions on spatial solitons, photonic lattices, and beam shaping, and for promoting world-class research at an undergraduate institution.
Nominated by: DLS

Hudong Chen [1999]
Exa Corporation
Citation: For contributions to fundamental fluid and magnetohydrodynamic turbulence theory, pioneering work in discrete many-body systems and Lattice Boltzmann representations, and industrial applications and practical numerical methods based upon these ideas.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Hui Chen [2016]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For pioneering experimental research on relativistic positron generation using ultra-intense short-pulse lasers.
Nominated by: DPP

Jacqueline H. Chen [2018]
Sandia National Laboratories California
Citation: For fundamental insights into turbulence-chemistry interactions revealed through massively parallel direct numerical simulations.
Nominated by: DFD

James Chen [1998]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For innovative and unique research in chaos and nonlinear dynamics, and in the evolution of large-scale solar plasma eruptions and their impact on the magnetosphere.
Nominated by: DPP

Jeff Chen [2015]
University of Waterloo
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the theoretical study of wormlike polymer chains, in particular, spatially inhomogeneous and orientaionally ordered bulk and confined systems.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Jian-Ping Chen [2008]
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility
Citation: For his contributions to understanding the spin structure of the neutron, through the use of a polarized Helium-3 target.
Nominated by: GHP

Joseph Cheng-Yih Chen [1970]
University of California, San Diego
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Chemical Physics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Li-Jen Chen [2020]
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Citation: For pioneering observational and theoretical contributions to the understanding of collisionless plasma dynamics, especially collisionless magnetic reconnection.
Nominated by: DPP

Liu Chen [1981]
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Long-Qing Chen [2008]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the field of computational materials physics in developing models for mesocale microstructure evolution during solid-state phase transformations.
Nominated by: DMP

Mau Hsiung Chen [1991]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For his seminal contributions to the relativistic theory of Auger transitions, the understanding of atomic inner-shell processes, and the calculation of the properties of few-electron ions.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Pisin Chen [1995]
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For his contributions in novel accelerator concepts including the Plasma Wakefield Accelerator and the self-focusing plasma lens, and for contributions to the understanding of the beam-beam interaction in linear colliders, including the discovery of beams
Nominated by: DPB

Shi-Jie Chen [2012]
University of Missouri, Columbia
Citation: For his pioneering contributions to physics-based theoretical and computational studies of structure, stability, folding kinetics and ion effects in Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) biology
Nominated by: DBIO

Shiyi Chen [1995]
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Citation: For outstanding research in lattice gas methods involving creative analysis and massive computations at the frontiers of high performance computing; and for contributing fundamental advances in the theory of turbulence.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Sow Hsin Chen [1975]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Tze-Chiang Chen [2005]
IBM
Citation: For contributions to the science and technology of double-polysilicon bipolar transistors.
Nominated by: FIAP

Wendell K. Chen [1980]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Xi Chen [2019]
Tsinghua University
Citation: For the development of high energy resolution scanning tunneling spectroscopy and its applications to iron-based superconductors and other quantum materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

Yanbei Chen [2015]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For major contributions to our understanding of quantum noise in gravitational wave interferometers, for inventing the double optical spring, and for formulating a vision for experimental research on macroscopic quantum mechanics.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Yang Chen [2013]
University of Colorado
Citation: For the development of critically important models and algorithms used in gyrokinetic simulation, including the direct electromagnetic algorithm, the coarse-graining procedure and a rigorous collisional delta-f algorithm.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Yok Chen [1977]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Yong P. Chen [2016]
Purdue University
Citation: For significant contributions to the material physics of chemical vapor deposition; and to the development of intrinsic 3-D topological insulators with transport dominated by Dirac surface states.
Nominated by: DMP

Yu-Ao Chen [2019]
University of Science and Technology of China
Citation: For outstanding contributions on quantum information processing with photons and atoms.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Yu-Jiuan Chen [2002]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For revolutionizing the achievable beam quality of linear induction accelerators and advancing the state-of-the art of flash x-ray radiographic technology.
Nominated by: DPB

Hou-Tong Chen [2015]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to the development of active metamaterials and devices, and the development and understanding of few-layer metamaterials and metasurfaces, especially in the terahertz frequency range.
Nominated by: DLS

Walter L. Cheney [1924]
Washington, D.C.
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Andrew Francis Cheng [1992]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For theoretical contributions to fundamental understanding of plasmas in planetary and astrophysical magnetospheres.
Nominated by: DAP

Chio Z. Cheng [1991]
National Cheng Kung University
Citation: For original work in the investigation of magnetohydrodynamic instabilities important in fusion plasmas, and the modification of these instabilities by high energy particles.
Nominated by: DPP

David C. Cheng [1999]
IBM Almaden Research Center
Citation: For outstanding contributions to optical and magnetic recording technologies, producing broad impacts in the data storage industry, especially in the frontiers of high data rate and high density recording.
Nominated by: FIAP

Hai-Ping Cheng [2005]
University of Florida
Citation: For insights from pioneering nanoscale simulations, notably on cluster phase transitions,surface melting, and nanocrystal-surface interactions, especially the interplay between structure and dynamics and between structure and conductance.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Hsien Kei Cheng [1989]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For insightful analyses applied to a broad range of fundamental problems in aerodynamics: hypersonic inviscid-viscous interactions, unsteady separated and unseparated flows, transonic flows, and bird and fish locomotion.
Nominated by: DFD

Kwok-Tsang Cheng [1996]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For important contributions to the theory of atomic structure and dynamics, particularly to the understanding of relativistic and quantum-electrodynamic effects in highly charged ions.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Kwong-sang Cheng [2006]
University of Hong Kong
Citation: For contributions to the theory of compact objects, especially the study of high energy radiation from pulsars and the glitch relaxation phenomenon of pulsars.
Nominated by: DAP

Stephen Z.D. Cheng [1994]
University of Akron
Citation: For extensive structural and kinetic studies of crystallization and microstructure formation in polymers.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Ta-Pei Cheng [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Yang-Tse Cheng [2005]
General Motors Research and Development Center
Citation: For deep insights into the relationship between nanoindentation scaling behavior, the work of indentation, and the mechanical properties of atomically engineered surfaces.
Nominated by: FIAP

Sang-Wook Cheong [2000]
Rutgers University
Citation: For the synthesis and characterization of new oxide materials with unusual charge or spin order.
Nominated by: DCMP

Majed Chergui [2015]
Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
Citation: For pioneering ultrafast x-ray spectroscopy, developing novel ultrafast optical spectroscopic methods that were used to answer scientific questions on molecular and biomolecular dynamics in solutions and on the charge carrier dynamics in nanoparticles.
Nominated by: DCP

Vladimir Chernyak [2016]
Wayne State University
Citation: For seminal theoretical contributions to nonequilibrium statistical mechanics of open quantum systems, many-body theory of electronic excitations, optoelectronic materials, optimal control, networks and power systems, and coherent femtosecond nonlinear spectroscopy.
Nominated by: DCP

Alexander L Chernyshev [2017]
University of California, Irvine
Citation: For theoretical studies of the dynamical and transport properties of quantum magnets, and for studies of the properties of holes and stripes in lightly doped antiferromagnets.
Nominated by: DCMP

Claude Cherrier [1951]
Saint-Gobain
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Michael Chertkov [2011]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For Fundamental Theoretical Contributions in Statistical Hydrodynamics and Physics of Information and Algorithms.
Nominated by: GSNP

Ori Cheshnovsky [2008]
Tel Aviv University
Citation: For establishing negative ion photoelectron spectroscopy as a central tool for the investigation of electronic states in mass-selected clusters.
Nominated by: DLS

W B Cheston [1957]
University of Minnesota
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Kingman Cheung [2013]
National Tsing Hua University
Citation: For his influential contributions to collider physics in and beyond the Standard Model, especially the origin of electroweak symmetry breaking.
Nominated by: DPF

Margaret S. Cheung [2013]
University of Houston
Citation: For her contributions to modeling and simulations necessary to achieve a comprehensive understanding of the folding, structure and function of a protein in a cellular environment.
Nominated by: DBIO

Lalit Chandra Chhabildas [2000]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the development and use of advanced diagnostic tools for studying shock compressed materials and for sustained service in advancing the objectives of the American Physical Society.
Nominated by: GSCCM

Cheng-Chung Chi [2012]
National Tsing Hua University
Citation: For studies of nonequilibrium superconductivity and quasiparticle dynamics using tunneling and ultrafast pulse experiments
Nominated by: DCMP

Dante Chialvo [2007]
Northwestern University
Citation: For advances in the understanding of physiological mechanisms using the methods of nonlinear dynamics, in particular of the bifurcations leading to cardiac sudden death and the constructive role of noise in neural coding of information.
Nominated by: DBIO

Shirley Chiang [1994]
University of California, Davis
Citation: For advances in real space imaging of surface structure by scanning tunneling and force microscopies, especially molecular identification, imaging of metals and alloys, and atomic-scale frictional forces.
Nominated by: DCP

Tai-Chang Chiang [1986]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For his numerous contributions to the understanding of bulk, surface and interface states of metals and semiconductors using photoemission techniques.
Nominated by: DCMP

Gianfranco Chiarotti [1994]
University of Roma
Citation: For development of optical modulation spectroscopy and for studies of electronic states at point defects and at surfaces.
Nominated by: DCMP

Chia-Ling Chien [1989]
Johns Hopkins University
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of the magnetic properties of metallic glasses, magnetic super-lattices, granular solids, and superconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

Jeffrey R. Childress [2009]
Hitachi San Jose Research Center
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the understanding of magnetism and magnetotransport in thin-film and nanostructured materials, and their applications to magnetic recording sensor technologies.
Nominated by: GMAG

William S. Childress [2008]
New York University
Citation: For pioneering contributions to dynamo theory, geophysical fluid dynamics and biological fluid mechanics including locomotion.
Nominated by: DFD

William Jeffries Childs [1983]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For his outstanding experimental and theoretical contributions to our understanding of hyperfine interactions in atoms and molecules.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Ashot Chilingarian [2011]
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: FIP

Cheng Chin [2014]
University of Chicago
Citation: For experiments with quantum degenerate gases, including the study of Feshbach molecules, BEC-BCS crossover, Efimov states, and two-dimensional Bose gases.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Siu Ah Chin [2006]
Texas A & M University
Citation: For original and powerful new fourth-order algorithms to solve diverse computational problems in physics and chemistry; and for pioneering theoretical and computational contributions to the many-body physics of hadronic matter.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Emily Shuk Chi Ching [2005]
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Citation: For leadership in the analysis of turbulent and chaotic dynamics, and particularly for elucidating the structure of temperature correlations in turbulent systems.
Nominated by: GSNP

Wai-Yim Ching [2008]
University of Missouri
Citation: For his contributions to the theory and methods of electronic structure and spectroscopic properties of materials, especially in complex ceramic crystals and their microstructures including grain boundaries, interfaces and defects.
Nominated by: DMP

William Chinowsky [1986]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For contributions to the discovery of numerous elementary particles and the determination of their properties.
Nominated by: DPF

Matthew F. Chisholm [2009]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For pioneering contributions to materials and interface physics through scanning transmission electron microscopy.
Nominated by: DMP

Jeremy Chittenden [2010]
Imperial College London
Citation: For pioneering theoretical and computational investigations of wire array Z-pinches, X-pinches and other high energy density plasmas.
Nominated by: DPP

Ying-Nan Chiu [1986]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For pioneering contribution in the use of modern angular momentum and irreducible tensor methods to derive molecular rotation-electronic structure and spectroscopic intensities of higher multipole radiation and interference in molecules.
Nominated by: DCP

R. Sekhar Chivukula [1998]
Boston University
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of electroweak symmetry breaking and flavor symmetry.
Nominated by: DPF

Alfred Y. Cho [1983]
Agere Systems
Citation: For the development of the molecular beam technique for epitaxial growth of semiconductor materials, which has resulted in significant scientific and technological advances in semiconductor physics and semiconductor device development.
Nominated by: DCMP

Hsiao-Mei Cho [2015]
SLAC - National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the development of sensitive bolometers and superconducting amplifiers, and leadership in their application to the measurement of the polarization of the cosmic microwave background.
Nominated by: GIMS

Junhan Cho [2016]
Dankook University
Citation: For contributions to understanding compressible characteristics and pressure effects of nanostructured polymer systems, and the development of Landau and self-consistent field theories for inhomogeneous polymeric mixtures.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Kyeongjae Cho [2016]
University of Texas at Dallas
Citation: For seminal contributions to the development and application of first principles methods in the study of nanoscale materials, and the application of rational material design approaches to develop metal alloy and transition metal oxide catalysts for clean energy technology.
Nominated by: DMP

Yanglai Cho [2000]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For continuing excellent contributions to high energy physics experiments and technology, and to the design and commissioning of large accelerator facilities.
Nominated by: DPB

Alan A. Chodos [1994]
Yale University
Citation: In recognition of contributions to the bag model of hadron and to theories of gravitation and other forces in more than four dimensions.
Nominated by: DPF

Haecheon Choi [2010]
Seoul National University
Citation: For his contributions to the fundamental physics and control of turbulent boundary layers and bluff-body flows through numerical simulations and laboratory experiments.
Nominated by: DFD

Kwong Kit Choi [2000]
US Army Research Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to the foundation and development of quantum well infrared technology, the discovery of new quantum noise properties, and the pioneering application of excitation hot-electron spectroscopies in quantum well studies.
Nominated by: FIAP

Jean-Marc Chomaz [2001]
Laboratoire d'Hydrodynamique, Palaiseau, France
Citation: For his fundamental and elegant studies of linear and nonlinear global modes in shear flows, and for the discovery of a new zig-zag instability of vortices in stratified media.
Nominated by: DFD

Min S. Chong [2011]
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: DFD

Kasturi Lal Chopra [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Kuldip P Chopra [1961]
Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Matthew William Choptuik [2003]
University of British Columbia
Citation: For the discovery of critical gravitational collapse.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Mei-Yin Chou [2002]
Georgia Institute of Technology
Citation: For seminal contributions to the development and application of electronic structure techniques, applied successfully to studies of structural and electronic properties of materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

P Y Chou [1945]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Thomas Chou [2013]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For his diverse contributions to the development and analysis of stochastic models for transport and cellular biophysics, and his elegant mathematical models in physical biology and biomedicine.
Nominated by: DBIO

Tsu-Teh Chou [1981]
University of Georgia
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Carson Chow [2015]
National Institute of Health
Citation: For the development and application of mathematical models describing a broad spectrum of phenomena related to human health, including neural perception, acute inflammatory response, and body weight dynamics.
Nominated by: DBIO

Wolfgang J Choyke [1962]
Westinghouse Research Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Robert Edward Chrien [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

V. L. Chrisler [1931]
Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Norman H Christ [1981]
Columbia University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

David Christen [2010]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For sustained discovery and leadership in understanding of superconductive materials, especially their current conduction and vortex state properties.
Nominated by: DMP

Hans Christen [2011]
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: DMP

Kenneth T. Christensen [2013]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For his fundamental and innovative contributions to the understanding of wall turbulence, including the character of span-wise vortices and the effects of surface roughness, the behavior of microfluidic systems, and the development of new PIV instruments.
Nominated by: DFD

Niels Tage Egede Christensen [1994]
Denmark
Citation: For ab initio calculations of the electronic structure and of physical propterties of solids
Nominated by: FIP

Ralph J Christensen [1946]
Somar Development, USN
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Steven Mark Christensen [2019]
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Citation: For developing the point-splitting regularization technique in quantum field theory in curved spacetime and for finding the structure of the gravitational trace anomaly and its relationship to Hawking radiation.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Wolfgang Christian [2005]
Davidson College
Citation: For his years of dedication and significant contributions to the use of computers in undergraduate physics education, especially for his creation, design and effective use of interactive curricular materials.
Nominated by: FED

Andy Christianson [2017]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions toward the understanding of the structure and dynamics of strongly correlated electron systems including: Fe-based superconductors, Kondo lattice systems, magnetoelectric materials, and osmium-based transition metal oxides using neutron scattering techniques.
Nominated by: DMP

Demetrios N. Christodoulides [2003]
Lehigh University
Citation: For the theoretical discoveries of discrete solitons and of Bragg (gap) solitons, and for important contributions on vector, composite and incoherent solitons.
Nominated by: DLS

Nicholas C Christofilos [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Loucas G Christophorou [1974]
University of Tennessee
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Andrew Christy [1931]
University of Chicago
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

R F Christy [1946]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Benjamin Thomas Peng-nien Chu [1989]
State University of New York, Stony Brook
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the understanding of static and dynamic properties of polymers in solution and for his innovative introduction of dynamic light scattering in the polymer research.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Ching-Wu Chu [1978]
University of Houston
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

Gilbert Chu [2018]
Stanford University
Citation: For contributions at the intersection of physics and life sciences, including PET, electrophoresis, and statistical methods for microarrays. For discovering and characterizing proteins involved in DNA repair and developing instrumentation for assessing toxicity associated with cancer chemotherapy.
Nominated by: DBIO

L J Chu [1946]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Ming Sheng Chu [1990]
General Atomics
Citation: For elucidating the relationship between ideal and resistive MHD in toroidal configurations.
Nominated by: DPP

Ming-Chung Chu [2018]
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Citation: For pioneering work in neutrino physics experiment in Daya Bay, and for his dedicated efforts in nurturing, promoting and internationalizing the STEM education in Hong Kong, as well as promoting international collaboration through the Daya Bay reactor neutrino experiment and ATLAS.
Nominated by: FIP

Paul K Chu [2008]
City University of Hong Kong
Citation: For seminal contributions to the understanding of plasma - materials interactions as well as development and applications of innovative plasma-based surface modification and materials synthesis technologies and instrumentation
Nominated by: DPP

Shih-I Chu [1987]
University of Kansas
Citation: For the development of innovative theoretical methods of remarkable power for describing the response of atoms and molecules to intense perturbing fields.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Steven Chu [1986]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions in atomic physics and laser spectroscopy, including the first observation of parity nonconservation in atoms, excitation and precision spectroscopy of positronium, and the optical confinement and cooling of atoms.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Sung Nee George Chu [2006]
Multiplex INC
Citation: For contributions to the development of lasers and photodiodes for optical fiber communication systems.
Nominated by: FIAP

Tsu-Kai Chu [1980]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Wei-Kan Chu [1992]
University of Space Research Association
Citation: For original contributions to the fundamental understanding of ion-solid interactions and their application to the study of materials physics.
Nominated by: DMP

Isaac Chuang [2010]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For his breadth and leadership in the field of quantum information science, including important theoretical discoveries and the exploration of experimental implementations.
Nominated by: DQI

Shun Lien Chuang [2003]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For his development of the fundamental theories for strained quantum-well lasers and terahertz generation from semiconductors.
Nominated by: DLS

Talbot Albert Chubb [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Andrey V. Chubukov [2003]
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Citation: For distinguished contributions to condensed matter theory, notably the theory of high temperature superconductivity and the relation between spin fluctuations and the effective interaction for electron pairing.
Nominated by: DCMP

Eugene M. Chudnovsky [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For seminal contributions to random ferromagnetism, macroscopic quantum tunneling, and hexatic order in high Tc materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

Daniel Chung [2016]
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Citation: For broad contributions to the interface of high energy theory and cosmology.
Nominated by: DAP

Kwong T. Chung [1987]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For development of extremely incisive methods of calculation, with concomitant calculations, of autoionization states and electron-atom (ion)resonances. Foremost among these methods is a hole-projection technique.
Nominated by: DAMOP

W A Chupka [1957]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Elihu L Chupp [1975]
University of New Hampshire
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAP

Timothy Edward Chupp [1995]
University of Michigan
Citation: For his ingenious use of optical pumping techniques to produce high-density samples of polarized noble gas nuclei, and his exploitation of these samples for precision measurements in atomic, nuclear, and particle physics.
Nominated by: GPMFC

David Arthur Church [1985]
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: DAMOP

Eugene L Church [1962]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Ara Chutjian [1989]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For pioneering work related to very low energy electron attachment and electron-positive-ion collision physics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Marcus Cicerone [2016]
NIST -Natl Institute of Stds & Tech
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the understanding of the dynamics in glassy materials, demonstrating its importance in the stabilization of protein therapeutics, and the development of broadband CARS microscopy for bioimaging.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Marek Cieplak [1998]
Polish Academy of Sciences
Citation: For his insightful contributions to the numerical studies of disordered systems.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Luisa Cifarelli [2019]
University of Bologna
Citation: For leadership in high energy physics and tireless efforts to strengthen international collaboration in physics.
Nominated by: FIP

Paul P Cioffi [1934]
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Juan Ignacio Cirac [2003]
Max Planck Institute fur Quantenoptik
Citation: For outstanding contributions to quantum optics theory, in particular the problem of implementing quantum information with quantum optics and the theory of quantum degenerate atomic gases.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Vincenzo Cirigliano [2012]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For his foundational theoretical contributions to the interpretation of weak decays of light hadrons and the delineation of broader impacts of electric dipole moment searches, and for his contributions to studies of baryogenesis in the early universe
Nominated by: DNP

Carmen Cisneros [1996]
Institut de Fisica
Citation: For her contributions to the field of molecular-ion collisional dissociation, particularly in fundamental hydrogenic systems, and for her efforts in international science and the development of AMO physics in Mexico.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Paul H Citrin [1981]
Bell Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Leonardo Civale [2007]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For seminal contributions to the understanding of anisotropic electrical and magnetic properties of superconductors and vortex physics.
Nominated by: DCMP

Jolie A. Cizewski [1990]
Rutgers University
Citation: For her contributions to the understanding of symmetries in nuclear structure and, in particular, to the experimental verifications of the predictions of the interacting-boson model.
Nominated by: DNP

Richard S Claassen [1969]
Sandia Corporation
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Patricia Elizabeth Cladis [1983]
Advanced Liquid Crystal Technologies
Citation: For outstanding contributions: to the experimental investigation of liquid crystal systems which has revealed novel and significant phenomena; to their theoretical interpretation; and to the growing field of liquid crystal science in general.
Nominated by: DCMP

Daniel Claes [2015]
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Citation: For outstanding contributions to education initiatives associated with elementary particle physics, in particular to underserved remote rural communities.
Nominated by: FED

John W Clarck [1972]
Washington University in St. Louis
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Alan Fred Clark [1988]
University of Colorado, Denver
Citation: For excellence in low temperature materials research, particularly in superconductors, for development of accurate characterization methods and pursuit of their adoption, and for continued service to the science information community.
Nominated by: GIMS

Charles Winthrop Clark [1992]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For innovative theoretical approaches to calculating atomic structure, the effect of static field on structure, and the interaction of atoms and ions with intense light fields.
Nominated by: DAMOP

George L Clark [1931]
University of Illinois
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Gregory John Clark [1990]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For the creative scientific use of ion, electron, and photon beams for both fundamental and applied studies in condensed matter, atomic, nuclear, and geophysics.
Nominated by: DPB

Harry Clark [1928]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Kenneth C Clark [1961]
University of Washington
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Noel A Clark [1984]
University of Colorado, Boulder
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of ferroelectric liquid crystals and of liquid crystals and macroscopic colloidal crystals through the use of light scattering techniques.
Nominated by: DCMP

Robert Beck Clark [1997]
Texas A&M University
Citation: For his contributions to establishing models for networks linking the national and the international physics communities and his exceptional support of physics teachers at all levels.
Nominated by: FED

Roderick Clark [2015]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to our understanding of superdeformation, decisive measurements providing firm evidence of the shears mechanism in atomic nuclei, and recent studies of the structure of isomeric states in heavy elements.
Nominated by: DNP

W. Gilbert Clark [2002]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For developing magnetic resonance instrumentation and methods, widely disseminating their application, and using them to investigate semiconductors, superconductors, organic conductors, low-dimensional magnets, heavy fermions, and charge and spin density waves.
Nominated by: GIMS

David Richard Clarke [1986]
Harvard University
Citation: For important contributions to understanding atomic-scale fracture phenomena, structure and energetics of class-ceramic interfaces, and toughening mechanisms in ceramic materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

John Clarke [1985]
Not available
Citation: For his deep, original and innovative contributions to condensed matter physics using superconducting quantum interference devices.
Nominated by: DCMP

John F Clarke [1977]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Nigel Clarke [2007]
University of Durham
Citation: For contributions made to the field of soft condensed matter, and in particularly the phase behavior and dynamics of polymer systems.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Roy Clarke [1991]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For pioneering work in x-ray scattering studies of structural phase transitions and their kinetics.
Nominated by: DMP

Francisco Claro [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For exemplary contributions to the theory of the electromagnetic response of solids and particles.
Nominated by: FIP

David C. Clary [2002]
University College London
Citation: For his elegant and pioneering theoretical contributions to the fields of intermolecular interactions, collisional energy transfer, cluster spectroscopy, and chemical reaction dynamics at the quantum state-to-state level.
Nominated by: DCP

Calvin M Class [1960]
The Rice Institute
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Jacob Clay [1939]
University of Amsterdam
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Christopher E. Clayton [1995]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the understanding of relativistic wave-particle interactions and demonstration of electron acceleration by beat-excited plasma waves.
Nominated by: DPP

Donald Delbert Clayton [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Thomas Boykin Clegg [1989]
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Citation: For leadership in the production and use of spin-polarized beams which has helped make measurements of polarization observables the acceptable technique for understanding the spin dependence of nuclear forces.
Nominated by: DNP

Andrew N. Cleland [2009]
University of California, Santa Barbara
Citation: For fundamental studies and applications of nanomechanical and nanoelectronic devices.
Nominated by: DCMP

Marshall Robert Cleland [2004]
Ion Beam Applications
Citation: For leadership in and contributions to the development and production of many ion and electron accelerators for research, medicine and industry, and for the promotion of practical applications of ionizing radiation.
Nominated by: GIMS

John R Clem [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Noel T. Clemens [2013]
University of Texas, Austin
Citation: For the development and application of innovative experimental methods leading to fundamental understanding of shear flow mixing, turbulent flame structure and supersonic unsteady flows.
Nominated by: DFD

Enrico Clementi [1983]
No company provided
Citation: For development of ab initio methods for dealing with solvated biological molecules, ionic solutions, and other large chemical systems.
Nominated by: DCP

Herman Clercx [2014]
Eindhoven University of Technology
Citation: For his relevant contribution to our understanding of two-dimensional turbulence, vortex flow, rotating flow and mixing.
Nominated by: DFD

F F Cleveland [1943]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Jason Cleveland [2011]
Asylum Research
Citation: For remarkable and lasting contributions to the field of scanning probe microscopy, both academic and commercial.
Nominated by: FIAP

Douglas Cline [1981]
University of Rochester
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Harvey Cline [1996]
General Electric R& D Laboratories
Citation: For sustained and significant applications of physics to semiconductor processing and medical imaging, most notably thermomigration production of vertical pn junctions and 3-D medical display algorithms for X-ray CT and MRI.
Nominated by: FIAP

Thomas L Cline [1975]
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAP

A M Clogston [1946]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Francis E. Close [1992]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For theoretical contributions to the spectroscopy and structure of hadrons.
Nominated by: DPF

Rob Duncan Coalson [1999]
University of Pittsburgh
Citation: For novel contributions to the theory of condensed phase quantum dynamics, including computational methodology and applications to optical spectroscopy and electron transfer; and for theoretical insights into macroion electrostatics, with applications to colloidal suspensions and crystals.
Nominated by: DCP

David Cobden [2015]
University of Washington
Citation: For novel contributions to experimental physics in low dimensional nano-scale systems, in particular VO2 
nanobeams and carbon nanotube electronic properties.
Nominated by: DCMP

J D Cobine [1957]
General Electric
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Dr. Geraldine L. Cochran [2020]
Rutgers University
Citation: For scholarly advocacy around equitable access that pushes the boundaries of physics education, especially for Black women and women from other minoritized and marginalized ethnicities, for advancing research on racial justice in physics education, leading to deeper understanding of structures of power.
Nominated by: FED

James Cochran [2015]
Iowa State University
Citation: For important contributions to the discovery and measurement of the properties of the top quark, searches for rare B0-meson decays, and definitive contributions to the U.S. ATLAS physics program.
Nominated by: DPF

Thomas B. Cochran [1984]
No company provided
Citation: For his original analyses of the technology of nuclear weapons, breeder reactor technology and their relationship to nuclear weapons proliferation.
Nominated by: FPS

Charles L. Cocke [1980]
Kansas State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

George D Cody [1967]
RCA Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James V. Coe [2008]
Ohio State University
Citation: For his pioneering work in the study of hydrated electron clusters, ion solvation, ion absorption spectroscopy, cation/anion recombination, doubly-charged fullerene anions, and surface-plasmon mediated transmission of metal microarrays.
Nominated by: DCP

Frederic H Coensgen [1962]
University of California
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Fritz Coester [1957]
University of Iowa
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Michael Coey [2000]
Trinity College
Citation: For contributions to magnetism including discovery of rare-earth iron nitrogen permanent magnets, classification of magnetic order in amorphous solids and innovative applications of permanent magnets.
Nominated by: GMAG

Timothy Coffey [1980]
University of Texas, Austin
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

William Thomas Coffey [1999]
Trinity College
Citation: For development of new methods for the solution of the nonlinear Langevin equation without the use of the Fokker-Planck equation, allowing the exact calculation of correlation times and mean first passage times.
Nominated by: DCP

N D Coggeshall [1947]
Gulf R&D Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Andrew G Cohen [2003]
Boston University
Citation: For numerous contributions to theories of physics beyond the Standard Model, most notably for the theories of electroweak baryogenesis, deconstruction, and electroweak symmetry breaking.
Nominated by: DPF

B L Cohen [1955]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Bruce Ira Cohen [1987]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For important contributions to analysis and simulation of nonlinear wave-plasma interactions, covering parametric instabilities in laser plasmas and stability of mirror plasmas, and the development of new computational techniques.
Nominated by: DPP

E Richard Cohen [1960]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Elisha Cohen [1990]
TECHNION
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of the optical properties of crystals and of excitons in semiconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

Itai Cohen [2020]
Cornell University
Citation: For creative experiments that advance the understanding of complex fluid rheology, tissue mechanics, bio-locomotion, and mechanical metamaterials, and for promoting STEM equity.
Nominated by: DSOFT

James Samuel Cohen [1995]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the application of techniques of theoretical atomic and molecular physics to formation of muonic atoms and molecules, their interactions with normal species, and muon-catalyzed fusion.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Leon Cohen [1990]
CUNY - Hunter College
Citation: For his contributions to the interface between classical and quantum mechanics, especially involving phase-space distributions; the N-body gravitational problem in astrophysics; and signal analysis in the form of frequency representations.
Nominated by:

Marvin L Cohen [1969]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Michael Cohen [1961]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Michael Cohen [1960]
University of Pennsylvania
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Philip Ira Cohen [1994]
University of Minnesota
Citation: For contributions to understanding epitaxial growth and in developing reflection high-energy electron diffraction as a quantitative in situ characterization technique.
Nominated by: DMP

Robert Edward Cohen [2004]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For seminal contributions to the understanding of the morphology and properties of heterogeneous polymers, in particular, pioneering fundamental work on molecular structure of block copolymers and toughening of crystalline polymers.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Robert S. Cohen [1999]
Boston University
Citation: For his scholarship and leadership in providing critical assessments of the advances made in modern physics and of the structure of the scientific community.
Nominated by: FHP

Roger W Cohen [1975]
RCA Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Ronald Herbert Cohen [1984]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For numerous contributions to the theoretical understanding of hot plasma confinement in mirror geometry.
Nominated by: DPP

Ronald Elliott Cohen [2002]
Carnegie Institute
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of the physics of ferroelectrics, and for developments of methods and understanding of high pressure and temperature materials properties.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Samuel Alan Cohen [1984]
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Citation: For pioneering research on plasma-wall interactions, impurity transport in tokamaks, and the advancement of surface physics in tokamaks.
Nominated by: DPP

Thomas David Cohen [2001]
University of Maryland
Citation: For significant contributions to nuclear physics, including the use of QCD sum rules to understand the interaction of a nucleon with a nucleus.
Nominated by: DNP

Yachin Cohen [1998]
Technion, Israel Institute of Technology
Citation: For his insightful microstructural studies of polymer-solvent complexes of rigid polymers and their role in phase transformations from solution to the gel and to the solid state.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Claude Cohen-Tannoudji [1986]
Lab de Phys ENS
Citation: For his seminal studies of the interactions between electromagnetic fields and atoms.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Daniel R. Cohn [2002]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For pioneering the use of plasma processing for environmental, hydrogen production and hydrocarbon fuel efficiency applications. Also, for innovative concepts for high field tokamak fusion reactor design and operation.
Nominated by: DPP

Hans Otto Cohn [1967]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

M Y Colby [1957]
University of Texas
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Ralph H. Colby [1998]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: For advancing the understanding of the dynamics of macromolecular liquids.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Walter F. Colby [1922]
University of Michigan
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Brian Cole [2010]
Columbia University
Citation: For outstanding scientific and technical contributions to the study of high transverse momentum phenomena with the PHENIX experiment at RHIC, and for leadership of the heavy ion program in the ATLAS experiment at the LHC.
Nominated by: DNP

Francis T. Cole [1992]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For contributions to accelerator theory in areas including nonlinear dynamics and space-charge phenomena; for contributions to the design of accelerators for use in particle physics and in medicine.
Nominated by: DPB

Henderson Cole [1964]
IBM
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Kenneth S Cole [1931]
Columbia University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Milton Walter Cole [1978]
The Pennsylvania State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

Ernest Coleman [1976]
University of Minnesota
Citation: Also approved the Division of Nuclear Physics.
Nominated by: DPF

James J. Coleman [2000]
University of Illinois
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the functionality, performance and reliability of semiconductor lasers through innovative epitaxial growth techniques and device designs.
Nominated by: DLS

Michael M. Coleman [1997]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: For spectroscopic characterization of miscible polymer blends.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Paul Dare Coleman [1984]
No company provided
Citation: For his important pioneering contribution in the field of far infrared physics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Piers Coleman [2000]
Rutgers University
Citation: For innovative approaches to the theory of strongly correlated electron systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Robert V Coleman [1967]
University of Virginia
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Sidney R Coleman [1972]
Harvard University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

D K Coles [1949]
Westinghouse Research Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Donald Coles [1980]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DFD

William Arthur Coles [2006]
University of California, San Diego
Citation: For his major contributions to our understanding of the effect of plasma turbulence on radio wave propagation, and the use of radio propagation measurements to infer properties of remote turbulent plasmas in interplanetary space and the interstellar medium.
Nominated by: GPAP

Patrick L. Colestock [1997]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For his pioneering application of plasma physics theoretical formalisms to explain observed nonlinear beam dynamics in particle accelerators, and using this nonlinearity as a powerful new beam diagnostic tool.
Nominated by: DPB

James P. Colgan [2012]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For advancing our fundamental understanding in the electron-impact ionization, few-photon multiple ionization, and ion-impact ionization of atoms and molecules found in astrophysical and laboratory plasmas.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Stirling A Colgate [1962]
University of California
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

E. William Colglazier [1996]
National Research Council
Citation: For wise guidance of science and technology studies and insightful development of waste management policies, which demonstrate to the public the positive contributions of physics.
Nominated by: FPS

Peter John Collings [1999]
Swarthmore College
Citation: For his fundamental work in liquid crystal research particularly the optical properties of chiral liquid crystals and his leadership in the area of undergraduate education.
Nominated by: DMP

Carl B Collins [1972]
University of Texas, Dallas
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optic Physics.
Nominated by: DCP

George B Collins [1940]
University of Notre Dame
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

George J. Collins [1990]
Colorado State University
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of the excitation mechanisms in continuous-wave metal-ion lasers.
Nominated by: DLS

Gilbert Wilson Collins [2006]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For seminal contributions to the field of high-energy-density physics related to the development and application of novel laser-compression capabilities to measuring ultra-high pressure material properties.
Nominated by: DPP

J R Collins [1931]
Cornell University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James Joseph Collins [1999]
Boston University
Citation: For the development of novel applications of nonlinear dynamics and statistical physics in biology and medicine.
Nominated by: DBIO

John C. Collins [2007]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: For seminal contributions to the foundation of quantum chromodynamics, including the proofs of a series of factorization theorems, and the analysis of high energy scattering.
Nominated by: DPF

Lance R. Collins [2007]
Cornell University
Citation: For new physical understandings of the dynamics of aerosol particles, droplets, polymer molecules, and reacting gases in turbulence through novel direct numerical simulations and insightful theories.
Nominated by: DFD

Lee A. Collins [1995]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For distinguished theoretical research in atomic and molecular physics, notably on novel approaches to electron-molecule scattering, electron-atom scattering in intense fields, and the simulation of dense plasmas.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Reuben T. Collins [2012]
Colorado School of Mines
Citation: For contributions to understanding optical properties of high temperature superconductors, complex semiconductor heterostructures, porous silicon and hybrid organic-inorganic heterostructures
Nominated by: DCMP

Robert W. Collins [2013]
University of Toledo
Citation: For advancing the understanding of the optical properties and structures of thin film materials and devices, for innovations in real-time spectroscopic ellipsometry, and for leadership of research collaborations of industrial, government, and university laboratories.
Nominated by: FIAP

Thomas C Collins [1975]
Aerospace Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

William Collins [2017]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For leadership and engagement with scientific, governmental, and public audiences on the physics of climate change, including outreach through the APS Panel on Public Affairs and its workshops on the APS Climate Change Statement.
Nominated by: FPS

Luigi Colombo [2014]
Texas Instruments Incorporated
Citation: For contributions in research, development, and production of many commercially-important thin-film materials including HgCdTe for infrared detectors, CVD BaSrTiO3 for integrated-circuit capacitors, HfSiON and SiON FET gate-dielectric materials, and CVD graphene on Cu.
Nominated by: FIAP

Timothy Colonius [2010]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For the development of accurate and robust numerical methods for fluid dynamics and creative numerical experiments that expose the fundamental mechanics and control of instabilities, flow generated sound, and cavitation bubbles
Nominated by: DFD

William Boniface Colson [2001]
Naval Postgraduate School
Citation: For outstanding theoretical contributions to the fundamental understanding of Free Electron Lasers. These theoretical concepts, first put forward over 20 years ago, are widely applied throughout the world today.
Nominated by: DPB

Michael E. Coltrin [2002]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: For contributions to the fundamental understanding of the gas-phase and surface chemical processes in the chemical vapor deposition of semiconductor materials.
Nominated by: FIAP

R C Colwell [1938]
West Virginia University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Lynn Cominsky [2009]
Sonoma State University
Citation: For her seminal work to promote student and teacher education using NASA missions as inspiration.
Nominated by: FED

Gerald G Comisar [1971]
Plasma Research Lab
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Particles and Fields.
Nominated by: DPP

Eugene D. Commins [1985]
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: DAMOP

Russell J. Composto [2002]
University of Pennsylvania
Citation: For his excellent contributions in the diffusion and surface/interface phenomena in polymer physics through innovative experimental studies.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Robert N Compton [1977]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Chemical Physics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

W Dale Compton [1961]
Washington, D.C.
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

W Dale Compton [1960]
National Research Laboratory, Washington D.C.
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Genevieve Comte-Bellot [2010]
Ecole Centrale de Lyon
Citation: For seminal contributions to the understanding and measurement of turbulent and aeroacoustic phenomena.
Nominated by: DFD

Edward Condon [1928]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Rufus L. Cone [1998]
Montana State University
Citation: For optical spectroscopy studies of rare earth insulators.
Nominated by: DCMP

Robert William Conn [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Amy L Connolly [2019]
Ohio State University
Citation: For contributions to experimental and theoretical studies of ultrahigh energy neutrinos, and to searches for these neutrinos using radio techniques.
Nominated by: DAP

John W. D. Connolly [1980]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Janet Marie Conrad [2002]
Columbia University
Citation: For her leadership in experimental neutrino physics, particularly for initiating and leading the NuTeV decay channel experiment and the Mini-BooNe neutrino oscillations experiment.
Nominated by: DPF

Mark S. Conradi [2002]
Washington University in St. Louis
Citation: For innovation of sensitive nuclear magnetic resonance methodologies applicable at high pressures in diamond anvil cells.
Nominated by: DCMP

F Woodbridge Constant [1937]
Duke University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Robert E. Continetti [2000]
University of California, San Diego
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the study of photodetachment and photodissociation processes in neutral and ionic molecules and clusters.
Nominated by: DCP

John S. Conway [2008]
University of California, Davis
Citation: For outstanding contributions in the search for the Higgs boson and physics beyond the Standard Model at high energy particle accelerators.
Nominated by: DPF

Homer E Conzett [1976]
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Barnett C Cook [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

C S Cook [1952]
Washington University in St. Louis
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

David M. Cook [2012]
Lawrence University
Citation: For the prominent roles he has played in developing and disseminating outstanding computational elements for undergraduate physics courses, in building an exemplary undergraduate physics program, and in executive leadership of the American Association of Physics Teachers.
Nominated by: FED

Gilbert R Cook [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
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R K Cook [1953]
National Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

T B Cook [1956]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

John Franklin Cooke [1987]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For his insightful formulation of multiple-band effects in itinerant magnetism of real metals, which led to the successful prediction of optical spin waves in Ni and Fe.
Nominated by: DCMP

William Ernest Cooke [1988]
William & Mary College
Citation: For seminal contributions to the experimental and theoretical study of autoionization.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Donald Cooksey [1931]
Yale University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Rodney Lee Cool [1958]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Terrill A Cool [1976]
Cornell University
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Chemical Physics.
Nominated by: DPF

Albert S Coolidge [1938]
Harvard University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

E A Coomes [1946]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

J H Coon [1952]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Sudney Alan Coon [1989]
University of Arizona
Citation: For contributions to the development of our understanding of few-nucleon systems, and the development of realistic models of the three-nucleon force.
Nominated by: GFB

Barbara Hope Cooper [1995]
Cornell University
Citation: For her innovative studies of fundamental ion-surface interactions in the hyperthermal energy range, including experiments and simulations to develop accurate interaction potentials and comprehensive studies of ion-surface charge transfer dynamics.
Nominated by: DCMP

Benjamin S. Cooper [1991]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his many contributions to national American energy policy, from his position of the staff of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
Nominated by: FPS

Bernard R Cooper [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Eugene P Cooper [1962]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Eugene P Cooper [1961]
Daly City, California
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Eugene P Cooper [1961]
Daly City, California
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

J N Cooper [1955]
Ohio State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

John William Cooper [1989]
University of Maryland
Citation: For the development of fundamental concepts in the theory of the atomic photoionization process and their experimental verification.
Nominated by: DAMOP

John Cooper [1971]
JILS
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

John Wesley Cooper [2017]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For the inception and scientific leadership of the off-axis long-baseline NOvA experiment and critical contributions to its design and construction, which continues to lead to a more complete understanding of neutrinos properties.
Nominated by: DPF

Leon N Cooper [1963]
Brown University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Martin D. Cooper [1995]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to the study of lepton number conservation in the decay of the muon and studies of nuclear structure in pion scattering.
Nominated by: DNP

Peter Semler Cooper [2004]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding leadership in experiments studying charm and strange particle physics.
Nominated by: DPF

Richard K. Cooper [1994]
Queen's University
Citation: For his contributions to the understanding of cumulative beam-breakup in induction and rf linacs, his role in bringing 3-D electromagnetic solvers to fruition and his early calculations of high gain FELs.
Nominated by: DPB

Stephen Lance Cooper [2003]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For imaginative use of Raman and other optical techniques to study ordering, spin and charge dynamics, and their couplings to lattice dynamics in strongly correlated electronic systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Stuart L. Cooper [1980]
Ohio State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPOLY

William S Cooper [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Gerald Cooperstein [1987]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For developing the conceptual and theoretical basis by which radio frequency waves drive currents in toroidal confinement devices, thereby creating the possibility of steady-state tokamak fusion reactors.
Nominated by: DPP

Matthew Warren Copel [2002]
TJ Watson Research Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to the development of ion beam analytical methods and to the fundamental understanding of the structure, properties and reactions of electronic materials.
Nominated by: FIAP

Paul L Copeland [1941]
Illinois Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Michael Alan Copland [1994]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For careful and cleverly-designed experiments contributing to the understanding of the electronic structure of molecules, the dynamics of electron- and ion-molecule scattering, and solar wind and comet-tail composition.
Nominated by: DCP

Susan N. Coppersmith [1992]
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Citation: For her theories of charge-density waves and self-organized criticality.
Nominated by: DCMP

Bruno Coppi [1976]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Also approved by Cosmic
Nominated by: DPP

H C Corben [1949]
Carnegie Institute
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James W Corbett [1967]
General Electric Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Marjorie D. Corcoran [1992]
Rice University
Citation: For contributions to experiments studying spin asymmetries in hadronic collision.
Nominated by: DPF

Gilles Marc Corcos [1984]
No company provided
Citation: For his theoretical, numerical and experimental contributions to the study of the stability of and turbulence in sheared and stratified flows.
Nominated by: DFD

Pierce S. Corden [1995]
US Arms Control & Disarmament Agcy
Citation: For steering the American course towards the goal of a Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty from the earliest negotiations to the threshold of completion of the accord.
Nominated by: FPS

Sam R. Coriell [2000]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the theory of the interaction between hydrodynamics and morphological instabilities during solidification.
Nominated by: DFD

Bruch Cork [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Particles and Fields.
Nominated by: DAMOP

James M Cork [1928]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Thomas C. Corke [2006]
University of Notre Dame
Citation: For beautiful experiments elucidating the structure of turbulent boundary layers, the transition from laminar to turbulent flow in boundary layers and in unconfined systems, and the control of turbulence.
Nominated by: DFD

Paul Corkum [2007]
National Research Council
Citation: For developing the ideas and concepts that led to the field of attosecond science, to the understanding of high harmonic emission and recollision physics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Lester M Corliss [1962]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Allan M Cormack [1967]
Tufts University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Thomas M. Cormier [1995]
Wayne State University
Citation: For pioneering research that provided the first direct experimental evidence for 12C-12C nuclear molecular resonances and for the development of the first practical recoil mass spectrometer for use in nuclear studies.
Nominated by: DNP

Max Cornacchia [1996]
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For broad contributions to the development of several accelerators, particularly in the design and development of synchrotron light sources from the first generation through current studies on concepts for future sources.
Nominated by: DPB

Eric Allin Cornell [1997]
NIST/University of Colorado/J.I.L.A.
Citation: For pioneering research that led to the first observation of Bose-Einstein condensation in an atomic gas, an observation that has opened a new area of investigation in physics.
Nominated by: DLS

Neil J. Cornish [2013]
Montana State University
Citation: For pioneering work in cosmology and gravitational-wave science, including the characterization of the topology of our universe, and the development of techniques for studying gravitational-wave sources with space-based low-frequency gravitational-wave detectors.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Felix Cornuschi [1940]
University of Cordoba
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

John M. Cornwall [2005]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For pioneering work in understanding non-perturbative aspects of gauge theories.
Nominated by: DPF

Ferdinand V. Coroniti [1989]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For his theoretical and experimental research on radiation belt physics, magnetospheric substorms, collisionless shocks, accretion disks, and, especially, slow shocks and magnetic-field line reconnection.
Nominated by: DPP

Donald L. Correll [1993]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For being actively involved in science education with public audiences, pre-college, and college students and teachers, as well as an effective and committed spokesman for science education.
Nominated by: FED

Alessandra Corsi [2019]
Texas Tech University
Citation: For major contributions to the discovery of both gravitational wave sources and their electromagnetic counterparts.
Nominated by: DAP

David Cory [2015]
University of Waterloo
Citation: For pioneering one of the first demonstrations of a quantum computer using magnetic moments of nuclei as quantum bits and identifying new industrial applications in medicine, oil exploration and pharmaceuticals.
Nominated by: DQI

C D Coryell [1953]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Phillip C. Cosby [1989]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his seminal contributions to photofragment spectroscopy on positive and negative ions using drift tube and fast-beam techniques as well as development of fast-beam half collision techniques for neutrals.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Alan Costley [2008]
ITER Organization
Citation: For his pioneering contributions to the physics understanding of electron cyclotron emission in fusion plasmas, and his outstanding leadership in developing the plasma diagnostic systems for ITER.
Nominated by: DPP

Stephen Robert Cotanch [1998]
North Carolina State University
Citation: For sustained contributions to hadronic and electromagnetic studies of strangeness and theoretical advancements in nuclear and photonuclear reactions and hadron structure.
Nominated by: GFB

Robin Cote [2007]
University of Connecticut
Citation: For contributions to the study of ultracold systems, and the effect of long-range interactions in ultracold Rydberg gases, atom-ion mixtures, and the formation of ultracold molecules.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Paul Cottle [2012]
Florida State University
Citation: For the impact of his efforts to improve university physics education, especially for precollege teachers, and his advocacy for effective precollege science education standards and policy in Florida and nationally
Nominated by: FED

Patricia Metzger Cotts [1995]
IBM Almaden Research Center
Citation: For her contributions to the understanding of the role of chemical architecture on polymer flexibility using static and dynamic light scattering.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Peter Robert Couchman [1984]
Rutgers University
Citation: For significant contributions to the field of Polymer Physics and in particular, for the development of a general thermodynamic theory for the compositional variation of glass transition temperatures.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Hans Juergen Coufal [2004]
IBM Almaden Research Center
Citation: For contributions to detection techniques for photothermal and photoacoustic phenomena, and to optical data storage.
Nominated by: FIAP

Philip Wylie Coulter [1965]
University of Michigan
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Richard Courant [1947]
New York University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Eric L.E. Courtens [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Sarah Cousineau [2020]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For high-impact contributions to high-power proton accelerator research, inspiring workforce education and effective leadership in the physics of beams.
Nominated by: DPB

Robert D. Cousins [1992]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For leading contributions to measurements of rare kaon searches for lepton-flavor nonconservation.
Nominated by: DPF

Stephane Coutu [2016]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: For his pioneering contributions to particle astrophysics, spanning the energy range from direct measurements to the highest energy particles found in nature.
Nominated by: DAP

Aldo Covello [2008]
University of Naples Federico II
Citation: For perfecting the theory of pairing correlations, for showing that the nucleon-nucleon potential lead to predictions for nuclei far from stability, and for his outstanding contributions to the international nuclear physics community by providing, for over two decades, a venue for theorists and experimentalists to share their latest ideas.
Nominated by: FIP

Christine Coverdale [2008]

Citation: For exceptional experimental achievements in both laser and z-pinch plasma physics, dedicated service to the professional community, and leadership in promoting laboratory and university collaborations
Nominated by: DPP

C L Cowan [1955]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

George A Cowan [1960]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Robert D Cowan [1974]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Bunny Kay Cowan Clark [1984]
No company provided
Citation: For contributions to relativistic treatment of nucleon scattering from nuclei.
Nominated by: DNP

David Coward [1983]
Stanford University
Citation: For his role in the design, execution, and interpretation of the electron scattering experiments at SLAC in which the quark-parton structure of the proton and neutron was discovered.
Nominated by: DPF

Jerry A Cowen [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Lennox L. Cowie [1988]
Lennox Lauchlan
Citation: For incisive theoretical studies of the interstellar medium and intergalactic medium.
Nominated by: DAP

Steven Charles Cowley [1998]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For the discovery of explosive energy release mechanisms in MHD and numerous important contributions to the theory of fusion and astrophysical plasmas.
Nominated by: DPP

Michael Cowperthwaite [2003]
Not available
Citation: For seminal contributions to shock wave propagation in reactive materials, detonation science, analysis of unsteady waves, and thermochemical equilibrium calculations.
Nominated by: GSCCM

Bradley Cox [1985]
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: DPF

Daniel Cox [2011]
University of California, Davis
Citation: For identifying energetic and symmetry principles for observation of non-Fermi liquid and Kondo impurity physics.
Nominated by: DCMP

David E Cox [1973]
Not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

E F Cox [1953]
Sandia Corporation
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Richard T Cox [1931]
New York University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Dennis Coyne [2015]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For extraordinary engineering leadership in the construction of the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) Laboratory and the Advanced LIGO Detectors.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Donald Gerald Coyne [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For contributions to the development of apparatus and analysis for experiments using electron/position colliding beam machines.
Nominated by: DPF

Donald G. Crabb [2009]
University of Virginia
Citation: For his contributions to the use of high field polarized targets and development of high polarization and radiation resistant polarized target materials and his role in using them in seminal particle physics experiments and advancing the knowledge of the behavior in high intensity beams.
Nominated by: DNP

George William Crabtree [1984]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For important contribution to the study of Fermi surfaces of normal and superconducting metals, particularly transition metals and mixed volume materials, through the use of the deHaas-van Alphen effect.
Nominated by: DCMP

Michael Kevin Craddock [1990]
University of British Columbia
Citation: For contributions to the design of cyclotrons and synchrotrons capable of accelerating very-high-intensity beams for pion and kaon factories.
Nominated by: DPB

Palmer H Craig [1938]
Invex Corporation
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Paul P Craig [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Harold G Craighead [2004]
Cornell University
Citation: For his significant advances in experimental studies of the physical properties and utilization of nanoscale materials and structures.
Nominated by: DCMP

Stuart J.P. Crampton [1973]
Williams College
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Lawrence M. Cranberg [1958]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

David H. Crandall [1983]
Department of Energy
Citation: For his major role in establishing the field of study of collisions of multiply charged ions with electrons and atoms, and for his definitive and revealing measurements in that field.
Nominated by: DAMOP

H Richard Crane [1937]
University of Michigan
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Langdon T Crane [1973]
University of Maryland
Citation: Also approved by PP
Nominated by: DAMOP

Carol Jo Crannell [1992]
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Citation: For contributions to physics, especially her extraordinary societal endeavors to ensure that others may enjoy opportunities to participate in exciting science such as her research in solar physics and astrophysics.
Nominated by: FPS

Hall L Crannell [1979]
Catholic University of America
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Richard Craster [2020]
Imperial College London
Citation: For important contributions to a wide range of fluid mechanical problems including thin-film flows, viscoplastic flows, and acoustic metamaterials.
Nominated by: DFD

Bryce L Crawford [1962]
University of Minnesota
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

F H Crawford [1935]
Harvard University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James H Crawford [1961]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

M F Crawford [1936]
University of Toronto
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Roy Kent Crawford [1999]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For the development of neutron scattering instruments and of data acquisition systems for pulsed neutron sources.
Nominated by: DCMP

R. Stephen Craxton [2000]
Laboratory for Laser Energetics
Citation: For numerous original contributions to laser-driven inertial confinement fusion including two-dimensional hydrodynamic simulations, uniformity modeling in tetrahedral hohlraums, and the ubiquitously used third harmonic conversion of ICF glass laser systems.
Nominated by: DPP

Robert Crease [2007]
State University of New York, Stony Brook
Citation: For his extensive historical writings on physics, including "The Second Creation", "Making Science: A Biography of Brookhaven National Laboratory" and his completion of Robert Serber's memoirs and Abraham Pais' biography of J. Robert Oppenheimer.
Nominated by: FHP

Jolien D Creighton [2017]
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Citation: For pioneering contributions to gravitational-wave physics including the development and implementation of search algorithms within LIGO, estimation of rates of astrophysical signals, and the developing methods to measure the equation of state of neutron stars.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Vincent Crespi [2007]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: For creative ideas and innovative computations enhancing our understanding of nanoscale matter and predicting new structures and materials with properties possessing technological and/or fundamental scientific value.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Costantino Creton [2013]
PPMD-ESPCI
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the physics of adhesion, fracture and deformation of polymeric materials and nanocomposites.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Michael Creutz [1985]
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: DPF

William H Crew [1931]
New York University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Forrest Fleming Crim [1989]
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Citation: For contributions to chemical reaction dynamics. In particular, for work on collisional energy transfer, unimolecular reaction dynamics, and photodissociation of highly vibrationally excited molecules.
Nominated by: DCP

William O. Criminale [1996]
University of Washington
Citation: For seminal contributions to the understanding of the stability of laminar shear flows.
Nominated by: DFD

John M Crissman [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPOLY

Buckley Crist [1990]
Northwestern University
Citation: For pioneering work on difficult problems dealing with relationships between molecular architecture, morphology, and mechanical or optical behavior of polymers.
Nominated by: DPOLY

C L Critchfield [1945]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

E C Crittenden [1950]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

John C. Crocker [2018]
University of Pennsylvania
Citation: For contributions to the microrheology of soft matter and cells, and to DNA-directed colloidal self-assembly.
Nominated by: DSOFT

Mark Croft [2007]
Rutgers University
Citation: For seminal contributions to correlated electron physics and electronic structure of rare earth and transitional metal compounds; novel applications of synchrotron radiation.
Nominated by: DCMP

Robert Woodhouse Crompton [1995]
Australian National University
Citation: For his extended and penetrating analysis and use of the swarm method for studying the behavior of slow electrons in gases, and his tireless work for improving physics in Australia.
Nominated by: FIP

Donald C Cronemeyer [1960]
Bendix Aviation Research Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Alexander D. Cronin [2020]
University of Arizona
Citation: For pioneering work leading to advances in low energy electron and neutron interferometers, for a classic review article in Atom Interferometry, for contributions to the understanding of the detailed performance of residential solar cells in the actual environment, for service at the National Science Foundation, and for educating university students and the general public about physics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

James Watson Cronin [1963]
Princeton University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Scott Crooker [2010]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For the development of magneto-optical spectroscopies and their applications to colloidal quantum dots and electron spin transport and noise in semiconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

Gavin E. Crooks [2019]
X, the moonshot factory
Citation: For the discovery of the Crooks Fluctuation Theorem linking nanoscale fluctuations far from equilibrium to thermodynamics.
Nominated by: GSNP

Alfred Crosby [2015]
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Citation: For establishing a research program on nature-inspired materials that has gained a worldwide reputation while making a significant and broad impact on the fields of materials science, mechanics, and biology.
Nominated by: DPOLY

David Risdon Crosley [1986]
SRI International
Citation: For significant contributions to the understanding of the role of free radicals in discharges and chemical reactions by the detailed study of their kinetics and spectroscopy.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Michael C. Cross [1995]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For contributions to the theory of superfluid 3He, magnetic order in solid 3He, pattern formation near non-equilibrium instability and quantitative understanding of spatiotemporal chaos.
Nominated by: DCMP

P C Cross [1945]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Derrick Samuel F. Crothers [1994]
Queen's University
Citation: For his distinguished research on atomic collision theory including the development of continuum distorted wave methods and the quantum theory of Wannier threshold ionization.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Jeffrey D. Crouch [2009]
Boeing Company
Citation: For contributions to the theory, modeling and control of flow instabilities, including the discovery of new trailing-vortex instabilities and the advancement of practical methods for boundary-layer transition prediction and laminar flow control.
Nominated by: DFD

Jack Emerson Crow [1992]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his contributions to the understanding of Condensed Matter Physics in high magnetic fields, including superconductivity, heavy fermions, and magnetic order.
Nominated by: DCMP

Albert Crowe [2005]
Newcastle University
Citation: For his carefully designed, state of the art measurements of electron scattering from atoms and molecules, which have provided very stringent tests for theoretical collision models.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Kenneth Morse Crowe [1984]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For important contributions to the experimental investigation of energetic collisions between nuclei.
Nominated by: DNP

Paul Crowell [2008]
University of Minnesota
Citation: For the application of elegant optical and transport techniques to the study of spin dynamics and transport in metals and semiconductors and experiments probing the excitation spectra of inhomogeneously magnetized systems, particularly magnetic vortices.
Nominated by: GMAG

E Cruetz [1949]
Carnegie Institute
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James P. Cryan [2020]
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For the pioneering development of ultrafast and strong-field atomical, molecular, and optical physics at x-ray free electron lasers.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Csaba Csaki [2016]
Cornell University
Citation: For wide-ranging contributions to theories for physics beyond the standard model, from cosmology to electroweak symmetry breaking.
Nominated by: DPF

George Csanak [1995]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For development of many-body Green's function techniques of bound-state and scattering properties of atomic and molecular systems; significant contributions to the theoretical foundation and physical interpretation of electron-photon coincidence experiments, and for contributions to the understanding of electron scattering by laser excited targets.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Peter J Csavinszky [1972]
University of Maine
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Chemical Physics.
Nominated by: DCMP

Denis Cubaynes [2002]
Paris-Sud University. LURE Laboratory
Citation: For his achievements in the field of atomic photoionization of laser-excited atoms and for having brought new insights into the creation and the properties of hollow atoms.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Wei Cui [2019]
Tsinghua University
Citation: For multiwavelength contributions to observations of black hole phenomena, including the study of jets related to both stellar mass and super massive black holes, the elucidation of the acceleration mechanisms in active galactic nuclei, and the relation of X-ray quasi-periodic oscillations to Lense–Thirring precession.
Nominated by: DAP

William Culshaw [1963]
Lockheed Missiles and Space Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Jack W Culvahouse [1965]
University of Kansas
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

John Perry Cumalat [1992]
University of Colorado, Boulder
Citation: For contributions to particle physics, particle astrophysics, and for his co-invention of the heterotic string theory.
Nominated by: DPF

Peter T. Cummings [2005]
Vanderbilt University
Citation: For contributions to the molecular-level understanding of industrially relevant fluids and processes and for sustained leadership in applied molecular modeling and computational nanoscience.
Nominated by: FIAP

Herman Z Cummins [1969]
Johns Hopkins University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Steven Thomas Cundiff [2005]
NIST/JILA
Citation: For pioneering work in carrier-envelope phase stabilization of modelocked lasers and its applications to optical frequency metrology and ultrafast technology.
Nominated by: DLS

Michael Cuneo [2007]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: For systematic wire-array plasma physics experiments and optimization of x-ray sources for indirect drive inertial confinement fusion driven by z-pinches.
Nominated by: DPP

Basil Curnutte [1976]
Kansas State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

Donald Robert Curran [1994]
Affiliation not available
Citation: In recognition of his substantial contributions to the field of shock-wave physics. In particular for his outstanding leadership in the shock-wave community and for his fundamental contributions to the understanding of dynamic failure in solids.
Nominated by: GSCCM

John Gillette Curro [1981]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPOLY

Nicholas Curro [2011]
University of California, Davis
Citation: For application of nuclear magnetic resonance techniques to heavy fermion and superconducting materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

Stefano Curtarolo [2013]
Duke University
Citation: For pioneering automatic high-throughput computational materials science, and for the creation of on-line materials development techniques, the ingredients of the Materials Genome Initiative.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Jennifer Sinclair Curtis [2020]
University of California, Davis
Citation: For seminal research advancements in understanding particulate flow phenomena and for the development of predictive models.
Nominated by: DFD

Lorenzo Jan Curtis [1985]
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: DAMOP

C F Curtiss [1962]
University of Wisconsin
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

L. F. Curtiss [1929]
Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Thomas Lynn Curtright [1998]
University of Miami
Citation: For applications of relativistic quantum field theories to supersymmetry and to the theory of strings and membranes.
Nominated by: DPF

James T. Cushing [1998]
University of Notre Dame
Citation: For his deep analyses of the interpretation of quantum mechanics in an historical and philosophical context.
Nominated by: FHP

Priscilla Cushman [2012]
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Citation: For outstanding contributions in the design and execution of experiments probing beyond the Standard Model especially the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search and the precise measurement of the muon magnetic moment, and the development of photodetection and low radioactivity instrumentation to advance the capabilities of high energy physics experiments
Nominated by: DPF

Ronald Yvon Cusson [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Richard Edwin Cutkosky [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Robert Dale Cutkosky [1989]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For the development of instruments and prodecures for measuring basic physical quantities with very high precision.
Nominated by: GIMS

Curt Cutler [2011]
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: DGRAV

Leonard S. Cutler [1996]
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
Citation: For fundamental applications of physics in the development of precision, commercial atomic frequency standards and clocks, and the two-frequency laser interferometer, an essential tool in modern integrated-circuit manufacturing.
Nominated by: FIAP

Paul h Cutler [1973]
Not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Orlie L Cutris [1972]
Northrop Corporation Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

David Cutts [1988]
Brown University
Citation: For significant contributions to experimental particle physics, particularly through neutrino-electron elastic scattering measurements, and through the application of innovative data acquisition schemes.
Nominated by: DPF

Mirjam Cvetic [2001]
University of Pennsylvania
Citation: For her work in a wide range of topics in supergravity and string theory, from non-perturbative gravitational effects such as black holes and domain walls to their phenomenological consequences.
Nominated by: DPF

Predrag Cvitanovic [2005]
Georgia Institute of Technology
Citation: For fundamental contributions to renormalization theory, periodic orbit theory, and applications of nonlinear concepts to classical and quantum chaotic systems.
Nominated by: GSNP

Alvin W Czanderna [1975]
Clarckson College
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Roman Czujko [2004]
American Institute of Physics
Citation: For his exemplary service to the physics community through his leadership of the American Institute of Physics' Statistics Research Center, which has accumulated, analyzed, and disseminated high quality, relevant data about the physics profession.
Nominated by: FPS