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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Eric D'Hoker [2005]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For contributions to Quantum Field Theory and String Theory, including string perturbation theory, supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory and AdS-CFT correspondence.
Nominated by: DPF

Giacomo Mauro D'Ariano [2013]
Università degli Studi di Pavia
Citation: For contributions tot he advancement of Quantum Mechanics, in particular, for conceiving and developing the popular tomography method for quantum states and apparatuses and for developing the method of quantum combs which lead to a first information-theoretic axiomatization of the Quantum Theory
Nominated by: DQI

John D'Auria [2015]
Simon Fraser University
Citation: For a leadership role in the production of accelerated radioactive beams using the isotope separation online (ISOL)approach at TRIUMF and elsewhere, and research with such beams in experimental nuclear physics and astrophysics.
Nominated by: DNP

Jose D'Incao [2015]
University of Colorado, Boulder
Citation: For contributions to our understanding of fundamental low-energy few-body physics, including Efimov physics, and its application to ultracold atomic and molecular gases.
Nominated by: GFB

Raissa M. D'Souza [2016]
University of California, Davis
Citation: For seminal contributions to the statistical physics of complex systems, including self-organization in jamming phenomena and cascades, abrupt percolation transitions, and interdependence in network systems.
Nominated by: GSNP

Luiz Barroca Da Silva [1998]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For his pioneering use of x-ray lasers and laser generated shock waves to study high density plasmas.
Nominated by: DPP

J W Dabbs [1957]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

John O. Dabiri [2014]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For seminal contributions to vortex dynamics and biological propulsion, and for pioneering new concepts in wind energy.
Nominated by: DFD

Bogdan Dabrowski [2007]
Northern Illinois University
Citation: For developing the design rules of synthesis and determination of the structure - properties relationships for a vast range of novel superconducting, magnetic, and magneto-resistive perovskites.
Nominated by: GMAG

Janusz Dabrowski [1993]
Soltan Institute for Nuclear Studies
Citation: For major contributions towards elucidating the nuclear many-body problem and symmetry energy in nuclear matter; for studies of optical potentials in heavy-ion scattering and development of the theory of hypemuclei.
Nominated by: DNP

Paul J. Dagdigian [1986]
Johns Hopkins University
Citation: For his contribution to an experimental understanding of the dynamics of rotationally inelastic collisions and of the origin of spin-orbit effects in chemical reactions.
Nominated by: DCP

Elbio Dagotto [1998]
Florida State University
Citation: For the development and use of computational methods to study strongly correlated electron materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

Jens Dahl [2008]
Technical University of Denmark
Citation: For his pioneering work on quantum chemistry and its interplay with Wigner phase-space including fundamental questions of quantum mechanics such as the spinning electron.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Per Fridtjof Dahl [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his pioneering research in the history of superconductivity and other areas of the history of physics, and his contributions to the design and development of superconducting accelerator magnets.
Nominated by: FHPP

Earl Dan Dahlberg [1996]
University of Minnesota
Citation: For contributions to the development of magnetic force microscopy and its application to the dynamics of magnetic systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Jill P. Dahlburg [2001]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For making pioneering advances in computational plasma physics, development of a full 3-D radiative transport hydrodynamic code, and the understanding of inertial confinement physics, especially Rayleigh-Taylor instability and ablation physics.
Nominated by: DPP

John S. Dahler [1987]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his many contributions to the kinetic theory of polyatomic and reactive fluids and the quantum theory of atomic excitation.
Nominated by: DCP

Arnold J. Dahm [1985]
Case Western Reserve University
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of the Josephson effect, quantum fluids and solids, and of the nature of the melting transition and other properties of the two-dimensional electron lattice.
Nominated by: DCMP

Werner J.A. Dahm [1998]
University of Michigan
Citation: For his many insightful studies of small-scale turbulence, and for the development of novel experimental techniques, including "scalar image velocimetry".
Nominated by: DFD

Karin A. Dahmen [2013]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For establishment and exploring the deep connections between non-equilibrium phase transitions and avalanche phenomena in diverse fields encompassing materials, geophysics and neuroscience.
Nominated by: GSNP

Hai-Lung Dai [1992]
Temple University
Citation: For developing novel laser spectroscopic techniques and the observation of novel properties of exotic chemical species such as transient, weakly bound, and reactive molecules and gases and molecules absorbed on surfaces.
Nominated by: DCP

Pengcheng Dai [2008]
University of Tennessee
Citation: For his contribution to understand fundamental properties of magnetic excitations in high-transition temperature superconductors, f-electron heavy Fermions, and colossal magneto-resistance manganites.
Nominated by: GMAG

Xi Dai [2018]
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Citation: For contribution in using ab initio calculations to pinpoint the material systems that realized quantum anomalous Hall effect, the Weyl Fermion, and 3D topological insulators.
Nominated by: DCMP

Nar S. Dalal [2000]
Florida State University
Citation: For his development of electron and nuclear multiple resonance methods with much enhanced time scales and spectral resolution, and especially for their application to measure molecular dynamics and to elucidate mechanisms of ferroelectric phase transitions.
Nominated by: DCP

Vikram Dalal [2010]
Iowa State University
Citation: For pioneering applied research in physics of thin film photovoltaic materials and devices and for invention of industrially important photovoltaic devices.
Nominated by: FIAP

Alexander Dalgarno [1980]
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Jean Dalibard [2013]
CNRS
Citation: For his seminal contributions to the physics of light-atom interactions and cold 2D atomic gases.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Richard H Dalitz [1962]
University of Chicago
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Kari Dalnoki-Veress [2011]
McMaster University
Citation: For the development and use of innovative experimental approaches and deeply intuitive physical insight to probe the physical properties of polymers in nanoscale systems.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Ruth A. Daly [2020]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: For studies of radio properties in supermassive black holes, leading to their use as cosmic rulers, and providing early evidence of their role in cosmic acceleration, and insight into the spin properties of the supermassive black holes that power the outflows.
Nominated by: DAP

Stuart Dalziel [2015]
University of Cambridge
Citation: For important contributions to experimental techniques and experimental understanding of stratified and rotating fluids, and for influential directorship of the Batchelor Laboratory and mentoring of young scientists.
Nominated by: DFD

Andrea Damascelli [2014]
University of British Columbia
Citation: For determination of electronic structure of unconventional oxide superconductors and related materials utilizing angle-resolved photoemission and resonant soft x-ray scattering.
Nominated by: DCMP

Arthur C Damask [1964]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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Arthur C Damask [1965]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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Richard Winslow Damon [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

S M Dancoff [1946]
University of Illinois
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Dattatraya Purushottam Dandekar [2001]
US Army Research Laboratory
Citation: For innovative design of novel experimental techniques and multi-beam real-time velocity interferometric diagnostics to probe shocked-reshocked and heterogenous materials.
Nominated by: GSCCM

R A Dandl [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

William E Danforth [1941]
Bartol Research Foundation
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Liem Dang [2010]
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Citation: For the development and application of molecular dynamics simulation methods and reliable polarizable potential models for studying processes in solution and at liquid interfaces and for modeling transport of ions and organic molecules.
Nominated by: DCP

Pawel Danielewicz [2008]
Michigan State University
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the theory of quantum transport, particle production in nuclear collisions, the nuclear equation of state and the development of important new methods of analyzing experimental data.
Nominated by: DNP

Karen E. Daniels [2018]
North Carolina State University
Citation: For experimental contributions to the structure and mechanics of granular materials.
Nominated by: DSOFT

William B Daniels [1972]
Princeton University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James R. Danielson [2020]
University of California, San Diego
Citation: For seminal contributions using nonneutral plasma physics techniques to manipulate and store positron (antimatter) plasmas, and in particular, for the discovery of the strong-drive regime of plasma compression using rotating electric fields.
Nominated by: DPP

Viatcheslav V. Danilov [2013]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For fundamental and creative solutions to a wide range of accelerator physics issues, including laser stripping ring injection, integrable beam dynamics, space charge and instabilities.
Nominated by: DPB

Michael Danos [1960]
National Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Marcos Dantus [2014]
Michigan State University
Citation: For contributions to the development of pulse shaping and coherent control techniques for femtosecond electronic spectroscopy microscopy and remote sensing of molecules.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Marian Danysz [1981]
Warsaw University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Karsten V. Danzmann [2009]
Institut fur Gravitationsphysik
Citation: For his innovation and leadership in gravitational wave detection across its full spectrum and for promoting collaboration across national boundaries.
Nominated by: FIP

P. Daniel Dapkus [2003]
University of Southern California
Citation: For important contributions to the development of metalorganic chemical vapor deposition and its application to quantum well laser devices.
Nominated by: DLS

Sperry E Darden [1962]
University of Notre Dame
Citation: Not available
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K. K. Darrow [1924]
Western Electric Company
Citation: Not available
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Christine Darve [2016]
European Spallation Source
Citation: For sustained contribution to specification, design, construction, and operation of critical components of superconducting linear accelerators, and for leadership in expanding the reach of physics and educational outreach and dissemination of knowledge generated through large scale science facilities around the world.
Nominated by: FIP

Charles Galton Darwin [1922]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
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Ashok Kumar Das [2002]
University of Rochester
Citation: For contributions in the areas of supergravity, integrable models and finite temperature field theory.
Nominated by: DPF

Bhanu Das [2012]
Indian Institute of Science
Citation: For his seminal contributions to the theory of parity and time-reversal violations in atoms in the context of probing the Standard Model of particle physics, and for his leadership in promoting international collaborations in frontier areas of atomic, molecular and optical physics
Nominated by: FIP

Mukunda Prasad Das [2003]
Australian National University
Citation: For notable theoretical investigations in condensed matter physics, namely: mesoscopic transport and noise, high temperature superconductivity and density functional theory; and for significant leadership in promoting international meetings and collaborations.
Nominated by: FIP

Tara Prasad Das [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Dipankar Das Sarma [2007]
Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Center for Advanced Materials
Citation: Professor Sarma is an internationally known leader of Physics in India with outstanding papers in leading journals on electronic and magnetic properties of strongly correlated materials based on in-depth and experimental and theoretical investigations.
Nominated by: FIP

Dipankar Das Sarma [2007]
Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Center for Advanced Materials
Citation: Prof. D. D. Sarma is an internationally known leader of Physics in India with outstanding papers in leading journals on electronic and magnetic properties of strongly correlated materials based on in-depth experimental and theoretical investigations.
Nominated by: FIP

Arati Dasgupta [2010]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to the theory of electron collisions with atoms and ions, and their applications to gaseous electronics, short laser pulses, inertial confinement fusion, and astrophysical plasmas.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Mahananda Dasgupta [2019]
Australian National University
Citation: For advancing the understanding of nuclear fusion through precision measurements, highlighting the role of quantum superpositions and demonstrating the suppression of fusion for weakly-bound nuclei.
Nominated by: DNP

J G Dash [1956]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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William Carter Dash [1959]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
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Roger F. Dashen [1994]
University of California, San Diego
Citation: In recognition of his outstanding contributions to our understanding of the theory of strong interactions, and for his seminal work in the development of modern quantum field theories.
Nominated by: DPF

Sridhara Dasu [2012]
University of Wisconsin–Madison
Citation: For leadership in understanding the mechanism of electroweak symmetry breaking in proton-proton collisions, contributions to studies of flavor-changing neutral current electro-weak decays of the B-meson, and innovation in triggering, data acquisition and computing in particle physics experiments
Nominated by: DPF

William Ross Datars [1981]
McMaster University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Supriyo Datta [1996]
Purdue University
Citation: For contributions to the theory of quantum transport and the interplay between quantum interference and dissipation in mesoscopic systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Dana Dattelbaum [2014]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: In recognition of her pioneering studies of dynamic properties and excited state behavior of materials using advanced diagnostics techniques and for her leadership and service to the Society and the Shock Physics community.
Nominated by: GSCCM

Sheldon Datz [1969]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Chemical Physics and the Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics.
Nominated by: DCMP

William Daughton [2010]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For seminal theoretical and computational contributions to understanding of magnetic reconnection physics.
Nominated by: DPP

J G Daunt [1952]
Ohio State University
Citation: Not available
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James Whitman Davenport [1995]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: For the development of new techniques for computing the electronic structure of molecules and solids and for applying them to adsorbed molecules, metallic alloys, and liquid metals.
Nominated by: DMP

Gabor David [2016]
Stony Brook University (formerly BNL)
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the discovery of jet quenching, direct photon production, and thermal photon flow in heavy ion collisions, and for educational activities and consistent promotion of international collaboration.
Nominated by: DNP

Luiz Davidovich [2014]
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Citation: For theoretical contributions to quantum measurements, especially those involving cavity QED in the strong coupling regime, and for the advancement of quantum optics in Latin America.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Paul Davidovits [1996]
Boston College
Citation: For his basic studies of alkali and boron atom gas phase kinetics and for his pioneering contributions to the study of heterogeneous gas-liquid interactions.
Nominated by: DCP

Cary N. Davids [1995]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to nuclear astrophysics and in particular for the experimental determinations of important reaction rates associated with nuclear processes that power the stars.
Nominated by: DNP

Arthur F. Davidsen [1996]
Johns Hopkins University
Citation: For fundamental advances in the ultraviolet astronomy of faint extragalactic objects, and especially for the impact of these observations on our understanding of the hot intergalactic medium.
Nominated by: DAP

Ernest R Davidson [1976]
University of Washington
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

John P Davidson [1965]
USN Radiological Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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Norman R Davidson [1962]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Ronald C Davidson [1977]
University of Maryland
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Sydney G Davidson [1972]
Bartol Research Foundation
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Chemical Physics, and the Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optic Physics.
Nominated by: DCMP

W L Davidson [1952]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Christine Davies [2016]
University of Glasgow
Citation: For innovations in lattice quantum chromodynamics and their many applications to particle physics phenomenology.
Nominated by: DPF

J M Davies [1946]
Goodrich
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Kenneth T.R. Davies [1980]
Duquesne University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

N. Anne Davies [2003]
U.S. Department of Energy
Citation: For her successful efforts guiding the fusion research community through a difficult transition from a program of energy technology development to a healthy program focused on the critical scientific and technology foundations of fusion energy research.
Nominated by: FPS

Paul Brett Davies [2002]
University of Cambridge
Citation: For innovative high resolution infrared laser spectroscopy of free radicals, ions and other transient molecules and for infrared-visible sum frequency spectroscopy of surfactants at interfaces.
Nominated by: DCP

G. Thomas Davis [1987]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the field of structure and properties of semicrystalline polymers, peizo and pyroelectricity in polymers, and ionic conduction in novel polymeric systems.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Harold L Davis [1972]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Jack Davis [1986]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to the radiative theory of dense plasmas including modifications of atomic properties and self-consistent treatments of plasma dynamics and radiation.
Nominated by: DPP

James C Davis [2005]
Cornell University
Citation: For pioneering spectroscopic imaging STM studies of electronic structure in the cuprate high-Tc superconductors and for the discovery of novel quantum coherence effects in superfluids.
Nominated by: DCMP

Jay Clarence Davis [1993]
The Hertz Foundation
Citation: For his substantial contributions to fields varying from nuclear physics, fusion, material science, arms control, and biomedical dosimetry through creative and original design of accelerators and research facilities.
Nominated by: DNP

Lloyd Craig Davis [1983]

Citation: For his contributions to understanding the electronic properties of solids, in particular for his detailed studies of photoemission and photoabsorption in transition metals and their compounds.
Nominated by: DCMP

Marc Davis [1985]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: For his significant contribution to the observational study of galaxy clustering and the implications for the nature of dark matter in the universe.
Nominated by: DAP

Matthew Davis [2016]
University of Queensland
Citation: For innovative theoretical studies of quantum gases, including the kinetics of condensate formation, vortex nucleation mechanisms, and development and application of classical field techniques.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Raymond Davis [1958]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
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Richard Stephen Davis [1992]
International Bureau of Weights and Measures
Citation: For significant contributions to improved accuracy mass measurements, and for helping achieve accurate values of physical constants, the determination of which depends, in part, on mass measurements.
Nominated by: GIMS

Robert H Davis [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics.
Nominated by: DNP

Stephen H Davis [1978]
Johns Hopkins University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DFD

Sumner P. Davis [1988]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For extensive contributions to optical spectroscopy including early precision measurements on artificially produced radioactive isotopes and measurements of useful transition rates in diatomic molecular species of astrophysical interest.
Nominated by: DAMOP

William D Davis [1963]
General Electric Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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Wiliam Robert Davis [1969]
North Carolina State University
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Polymer Physics and the Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optic Physics.
Nominated by: DCMP

C. J. Davisson [1922]
Western Electric Company
Citation: Not available
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Hooman Davoudiasl [2015]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: For elucidating our understanding of the experimental consequences of warped extra-dimensional models of space-time.
Nominated by: DPF

Murray S. Daw [2000]
Motorola, Inc
Citation: For his original contributions to the atomic scale modeling of the properties of solids, surface, interfaces and defects.
Nominated by: DMP

John M Dawson [1967]
Princeton, New Jersey
Citation: Not available
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Leo H Dawson [1931]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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Sally Dawson [1995]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding work in particle phenomenology, including the effective W approximation and Higgs physics.
Nominated by: DPF

Donal Day [2012]
University of Virginia
Citation: For his studies of high momentum transfer quasielastic electron scattering, scaling relations and the short-range structure of nuclei and for his contributions to the use of polarized targets in the study of nucleon form factors and spin structure functions
Nominated by: DNP

Thomas B Day [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Michael Day [2010]
Lebanon Valley College
Citation: For his thoughtful research, publications, and public presentations on the views of Oppenheimer, Rabi, and Condon concerning science and society.
Nominated by: FHPP

Robert B Day [1960]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Andre Luiz De Gouvea [2012]
Northwestern University
Citation: For exceptional service to the field of neutrino physics through innovative studies of possible neutrino properties and their experimental implications
Nominated by: DPF

Kaushik De [2015]
University of Texas, Arlington
Citation: For development of grid computing architectures that allow worldwide production and distributed analysis of large data sets for ATLAS and other experiments and for exploring physics beyond the standard model.
Nominated by: DPF

Lucilla de Arcangelis [2020]
Department of Engineering, University of Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli"
Citation: For the discovery of new principles underlying the strong temporal correlations in avalanching critical systems, including fracture of disordered heterogeneous materials, solar flares, earthquakes, and dynamic balance between excitation and inhibition in the brain.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Sergio de Benedetti [1949]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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Jorrit de Boer [1978]
University of Munich
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Carlos Henrique de Brito Cruz [2020]
University of Campinas
Citation: For fundamental research in ultrafast laser development leading to seminal understanding of chemical transitions in semiconductors and biomolecules, and for trailblazing in the international physics community by fostering collaborations, education, and science diplomacy.
Nominated by: FIP

Stefano de Gironcoli [2011]
SISSA
Citation: For his seminal and far reaching contributions to density-functional perturbation theory, and for his outstanding services to the electronic-structure community, including the creation and distribution of top-class simulation software and the dissemination of knowledge throughout the developed and developing world.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Walter Alexander de Heer [2003]
Georgia Institute of Technology
Citation: For seminal contributions to our understanding of the electronic properties of free metal clusters and for the studies of the field emission and transport properties of nanotubes.
Nominated by: DCMP

F de Hoffmann [1955]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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Cornelis William de Jager [2001]
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility
Citation: For his contributions to experimental medium-energy nuclear physics, in particular for his lead role in the development of and measurements with an internal target facility using polarized electrons.
Nominated by: DNP

Nicolas de Kolossowsky [1926]
University of Leningrad
Citation: Not available
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Francisco de la Cruz [1995]
CNEA
Citation: For his contributions to our understanding of the vortex state in the High Tc superconductors and no less importantly for his impact on our community as an exceptional teacher of young scientists.
Nominated by: FIP

Tomas Diaz de la Rubia [2002]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For his contributions to multi-scale modeling of materials and seminal research on defect processes in solids under irradiation or high strain-rate conditions.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Jules R de Launey [1958]
United States Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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Lance Eric De Long [2006]
University of Kentucky
Citation: For his contributions to the understanding of magnetic properties and interactions in superconducting and strongly correlated metallic crystals and films.
Nominated by: DCMP

Alejandro L. De Lozanne [2013]
University of Texas
Citation: For spectroscopic imaging of complex materials using scanning tunneling microscopy.
Nominated by: DCMP

Juan J de Pablo [2004]
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Citation: For the development and application of innovative simulation tools to problems in polymer physics.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Robert Raimond de Ruyter van Steven [2000]
NEC Research Institute
Citation: For contributions to understanding the physical principles of neural computation and coding through his elegant quantitative measurement and analysis of signals, noise, and information flow in the fly visual system.
Nominated by: DBIO

John Jacob de Swart [1981]
Universit of Nijmegen
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Ralph De Vries [1981]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Hendrik De Waard [1979]
R.U. Groningen
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Anne De Wit [2015]
University Libre De Brussels
Citation: For pioneering contributions to our understanding of the coupling between chemical reaction, hydrodynamics, and pattern formation driven by coupled reacting-hydrodynamic systems.
Nominated by: DFD

Thomas W De Witt [1962]
Ford Motor Company
Citation: Not available
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David Jarvis Dean [2004]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For his important contributions to understanding of quantum many-body systems and for applications of computational quantum mechanics to the structure of atomic nuclei.
Nominated by: DNP

Stanley Roderick Deans [2000]
University of South Florida
Citation: For helping reveal the beauty and power of the Radon transform.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Pablo Debenedetti [2015]
Princeton University
Citation: For seminal contributions to fundamental understanding of metastable liquids, through creative use of statistical mechanical theory, thermodynamic analysis, and advanced computer simulation methods.
Nominated by: DCP

Paul Timothy Debevec [2002]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For novel development of instrumentation and deep intellectual contributions to a broad range of photonuclear experiments, hadron spectroscopy, and precision muon physics.
Nominated by: DNP

Peter G Debrunner [1976]
University of Illinois
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DBIO

P. Debye [1925]
Physik Institute, Zurich
Citation: Not available
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Peter J.W. Debye [1940]
Cornell University
Citation: Not available
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Ricardo Decca [2015]
Indiana University -Purdue University
Citation: For pioneering precision experiments that have led to a deeper understanding of the Casimir force, and stringent constraints on new fundamental interactions at sub-micron ranges.
Nominated by: GPMFC

J C Decius [1962]
Oregon State College
Citation: Not available
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Daniel L. Decker [1980]
Brigham Young University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Glenn Decker [2012]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the design, commissioning, and enhancement of synchrotron light sources, and for innovative developments in field of particle beam diagnostics. In particular for the development and the largest deployment in the world of photoemission-type photon beam position monitors in the global closed-loop orbit feedback system
Nominated by: DPB

Harry William Deckman [1995]
Exxon Research & Engineering Co.
Citation: For developing an innovative, new approach to microlithography using self-organized mask structure, and for using this approach in developing the hardware for x-ray micromography and in other novel applications.
Nominated by: DCMP

Viktor Konstantyn Decyk [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his pioneering work in the area of plasma simulations including applications of parallel computers to plasma modeling and the use of computers in the teaching of plasma physics.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Michael W. Deem [2006]
Rice University
Citation: For his elegant and pioneering work on the connection between spin glass physics and complex phenomena in biology ranging from the immune system response to the dynamics of evolution.
Nominated by: DBIO

M. Jamal Deen [2008]
McMaster University
Citation: For significant contributions to noise and physics-based modeling of semiconductor devices and innovations in experiments.
Nominated by: FIAP

Christopher Deeney [1999]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: For a series of contributions that coupled theory and experiments to increase the understanding of z-pinch physics, resulting in increased x-ray energy and power.
Nominated by: DPP

James H. Degnan [2004]
Air Force Research Laboratory/DEHP
Citation: For achievement in advancing the state of the art in high energy density plasma formation, compression, acceleration, and diagnostics.
Nominated by: DPP

Adrian M Degraaf [1976]
Wayne State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Thomas Alan DeGrand [2001]
University of Colorado
Citation: For contributions to our understanding of the strong interactions- particularly for the development of innovative techniques in the numerical study of quantum chromodynamics.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Hans G Dehmelt [1962]
University of Washington
Citation: Not available
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Joseph L. Dehmer [1980]
National Science Foundation
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Patricia Moore Dehmer [1984]
U.S Dept of History
Citation: For seminal contributions to the experimental study of photoionization and photodissociation.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Cees Dekker [2006]
Delft University of Technology
Citation: For seminal experimental discoveries of the electronic properties of carbon nanotubes and other contributions to nanoscience.
Nominated by: DMP

Jesus A. del Alamo [2014]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the development of III-V compound semiconductor electronics.
Nominated by: FIAP

Enrique Del Barco [2017]
University of Central Florida
Citation: For seminal and sustained contributions to the understanding of quantum phenomena in low dimensional magnetic materials, primarily through experimental studies of quantum tunneling in molecular magnets.
Nominated by: GMAG

Emanuela Del Gado [2020]
Georgetown University
Citation: For elucidating the microscopic underpinnings of dynamics and mechanics in gels, glasses, and other soft amorphous solids through methods of computational statistical physics.
Nominated by: DSOFT

John P Delaney [1941]
Loyola University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Jean Roger Delayen [2003]
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility
Citation: For numerous contributions to the physics and technology of superconducting rf linear accelerators.
Nominated by: DPB

Jean-Loup Delcroix [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Jaap H deLeeuw [1974]
University of Toronto
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DFD

Marie-Agnes D. Deleplanque [1998]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For her groundbreaking work in the studies of nuclear structure at the highest angular momenta and important contributions to the developments of gamma-ray detector arrays.
Nominated by: DNP

Peter Delfyett [2011]
University of Central Florida
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the understanding of the physics and implementation of ultrafast diode lasers.
Nominated by: DLS

Edward Della Torre [1998]
George Washington University
Citation: For his contribution to the understanding of magnetizing processes through numerical micromagnetic and Preisach modeling.
Nominated by: GMAG

Bernard T. Delley [2006]
Paul Scherrer Institute
Citation: For his pioneering contributions to density functional methodology and helping to establish density functional theory as a major tool for academic and industrial chemistry.
Nominated by: DCP

John B. Delos [1988]
William & Mary College
Citation: For his many contributions to the field to atomic and molecular collisions and for providing insight into the relationships between the classical and quantal behavior of atomic systems.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Lewis A Delsasso [1941]
Princeton University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Per Delsing [2015]
Chalmers University of Technology
Citation: For pioneering research on the physics of single-electron devices, superconducting circuits, and microwave photonics.
Nominated by: DCMP

Brian DeMarco [2015]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For the pioneering use of ultracold gases in optical lattices as quantum simulators to study disordered condensed matter systems.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Anthony John Demaria [1991]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the generation, measurement, and scientific application of picosecond laser pulses.
Nominated by:

Marcellinus Demarteau [2012]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For his contributions to our understanding of the electroweak interactions, his role in developing new capabilities for silicon based tracking detectors, and his leadership in expanding R&D for new detector technologies
Nominated by: DPF

David P. DeMille [2005]
Yale University
Citation: For his pioneering experimental searches for violations of discrete symmetries in atoms and molecules and for his development of trapped polar molecules as potential systems for quantum computing.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Regina Demina [2011]
University of Rochester
Citation: For significant contributions to hadron collider physics, especially measurements of the mass and properties of the top quark, and for leading the construction of silicon trackers for the CMS detector.
Nominated by: DPF

W Edwards Deming [1933]
Fixed Nitrogen Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Alexander A. Demkov [2006]
University of Texas, Austin
Citation: For contributions to the development of the materials theory of oxides and their interfaces, as applied to CMOS technology development.
Nominated by: FIAP

Eugene Demler [2012]
Harvard University
Citation: For pioneering theoretical contributions to many-body physics with ultracold atoms.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Peter T Demos [1972]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Stavros Demos [2015]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding contributions using unique optical techniques to understanding the relaxation dynamics of point defects and developing non-invasive biomedical photonics for rapid tissue assessment.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Arthur Jeffry Dempster [1921]
University of Chicago
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Joseph E Demuth [1981]
IBM
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Daniel J. Den Hartog [2012]
University of Wisconsin–Madison
Citation: For novel advances in and applications of optical and spectroscopic plasma diagnostic techniques in different magnetic configurations, and for critical experimental contributions in understanding magnetic self-organization in the reversed field pinch
Nominated by: DPP

Marcellinus P.M. den Nijs [2001]
University of Washington
Citation: For his contributions to the theory of surface critical phenomena, the prediction of new surface phases, and the elucidation of their transitions.
Nominated by: DCMP

Jacques Denavit [1977]
Northwestern University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Hui Deng [2017]
University of Michigan
Citation: For pioneering contributions to fundamental physics and applications of matter-light coupled systems.
Nominated by: DLS

Dmitri Denisov [2010]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For his numerous and distinguished contributions to hadronic collider physics, especially in the upgrading,  physics leadership and Co-Spokesmanship of the D0 experiment at the Tevatron Collider.
Nominated by: DPF

Morton Mace Denn [2003]
City College of New York
Citation: For outstanding contributions to non-Newtonian fluid mechanics and polymer rheology, especially his pioneering studies on the stability of viscoelastic flow and the causes and effects of wall slip.
Nominated by: DFD

Brian Roy Dennis [1987]
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Citation: For outstanding contributions to improving our understanding of physical processes in solar flares, both in developing hard X-ray instrumentation for space experiments and in interpretation of solar flare observations.
Nominated by: DAP

David M Dennison [1931]
University of Michigan
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Johannes Hecker Denschlag [2018]
University of Ulm - Germany
Citation: For seminal experimental studies with cooled and trapped atoms, molecules, and ions.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Brett David DePaola [2002]
Kansas State University
Citation: For developing and applying technologically advanced experimental methods for studying basic atomic collision processes.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Andrew Elliot Depristo [1990]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For outstanding contributions in elucidating the quantum-state dependence of energy transfer in molecular collisions and developing the corrected effective-medium method for studying chemical bonding in metallic clusters.
Nominated by: DCP

Yaroslav S. Derbenev [1992]
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Citation: For creative and important contributions to accelerator physics, especially in the acceleration of spin-polarized beams to high energy using Siberian snakes.
Nominated by: DPB

Andrei Derevianko [2008]
University of Nevada
Citation: For elucidating the role of the Breit interaction in atomic parity non-conservation, demonstrating the importance of higher-order non-dipole corrections in low-energy photoionization, and for pioneering calculations of higher-order many-body corrections to atomic energies and matrix elements.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Charles Dennison Dermer [1999]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For original contributions to gamma-ray astronomy and the theory of astrophysical radiation processes, and for the development of models of radiation from gamma-ray bursts, blazars, black holes, neutron stars, and the Sun.
Nominated by: DAP

Malcolm Derrick [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Markus Deserno [2019]
Carnegie Mellon University
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the theory and simulation of biological membranes and proteins, and their interactions, leading to improved understanding of cellular mechanics and self-organization.
Nominated by: DBIO

Elmer Dershem [1931]
University of Chicago
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Elmer Dershem [1927]
University of California
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Bipin Ratital Desai [1978]
University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Rashmi C. Desai [2001]
University of Toronto
Citation: For applications of statistical mechanics to materials science, including: phase separation and ordering kinetics in systems with competing interactions, Langmuir films, ferromagnetic films, epitaxially grown solid films, order-order transitions in polymers.
Nominated by: GSNP

John Anthony DeSanto [2005]
Colorado School of Mines
Citation: For significant contributions that have imparted rigor to the theory of classical wave scattering from periodically and randomly rough surfaces.
Nominated by:

Jean-Paul Desclaux [1985]
Not available
Citation: In recognition of his pioneering work on relativistic effects in atoms, molecules, and solids.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Stanley Deser [1971]
Paris Sorbonne University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Abhay L. Deshpande [2014]
State University of New York, Stony Brook
Citation: For his sustained effort and leadership in experimental programs to understand the nucleons' spin, employing polarized DIS experiments at CERN to high-energy polarized proton collisions at RHIC (with PHENIX detector), including early development of beam polarimetry and other essential tools; and for his leadership in the efforts toward realizing the future US electron ion collider.
Nominated by: DNP

Nilendra Ganesh Deshpande [1987]
University of Oregon
Citation: For numerous contributions to electro-weak phenomenology, especially CP violation, one loop flavor changing processes and properties and mass limits of new gauge bosons from grandunification.
Nominated by: DPF

Maurice Desirant [1949]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Michael Paul Desjarlais [2005]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: For pioneering work on the application of quantum molecular dynamics simulations to the generation of accurate wide-range electrical conductivity models for warm dense plasmas and liquids.
Nominated by: DPP

Richard D Deslattes [1970]
National Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Warren DeSorbo [1967]
Scotia, New York
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Daniel Dessau [2015]
University of Colorado, Boulder
Citation: For development of high resolution ARPES and laser-ARPES, and their utilization in ground-breaking studies of correlated electron materials, particularly cuprate superconductors and colossal magnetoresistive oxides.
Nominated by: DCMP

William Wallace Destler [1988]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For contributions in relativistic electron beam physics notably those leading to efficient, high-power, coherent microwave generation from rotating E layers, and collective acceleration of heavy ions.
Nominated by: DPP

Carleton Edward Detar [1998]
University of Utah
Citation: For wide ranging contributions to hadronic and computational physics from the MIT bag model, to lattice studies of the spectrum, and especially for study of the quark-gluon plasma.
Nominated by: DCOMP

William Detmold [2016]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For pioneering work in calculating few-body hadronic systems from first principles using lattice quantum chromodynamics, including the spectrum of the light nuclei and hypernuclei, Bose-condensed multimeson systems, and the first inelastic nuclear reaction.
Nominated by: GFB

Steven L. Detweiler [2013]
University of Florida
Citation: For his many and varied contributions to gravitational physics, which include the computation of black-hole quasinormal modes, the elucidation of pulsar timing to measure gravitational waves, and foundational contributions to the gravitational self-force.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Jason A. Detwiler [2020]
University of Washington
Citation: For outstanding contributions to key measurements by the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory, Kamioka Liquid Scintillator Antineutrino Detector (KamLAND), KamLAND-Zen, COHERENT, and the Majorana Demonstrator that have advanced our understanding of neutrino properties and fundamental interactions.
Nominated by: DNP

John M. Deutch [1980]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

Claude Deutsch [1996]
Universite Paris XI
Citation: For seminal contributions to plasma spectroscopy, to strongly coupled plasmas and to ion-plasma interactions, and for leadership in Europe in promoting the experimental verification of enhanced ion stopping in dense plasmas.
Nominated by: FIP

Ivan H. Deutsch [2005]
University of New Mexico
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the theory of optical lattices and quantum logic using neutral atoms.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Jules P. G. Deutsch [1991]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the study of the weak interaction in nuclear systems.
Nominated by: DNP

Martin Deutsch [1949]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Thomas F Deutsch [1978]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Benoit Deveaud [2012]
Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
Citation: For demonstration of Bose Einstein condensation of exciton polaritons in microcavities and developments in semiconductor ultrafast optics
Nominated by: DCMP

Thomas Devereaux [2008]
Stanford University
Citation: For significant contributions to the theories of inelastic light scattering and angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopies in strongly correlated systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Mark Devlin [2011]
University of Pennsylvania
Citation: For the advancement of observations and instrumentation in millimeter-wave astronomy.
Nominated by: DAP

Thomas J. Devlin [1985]
Rutgers University
Citation: For the discovery that hyperons produced by high energy protons are strongly polarized, and the subsequent use of polarized hyperon beams to make precise measurements of hyperon magnetic moments.
Nominated by: DPF

Alexander DeVolpi [1991]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For innovation, research, and leadership in applying physics for arms control verification, and for contributions to public and government enlightenment on societal consequences of modern technology.
Nominated by: FPS

Samuel Devons [1969]
Columbia University
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Particles and Fields.
Nominated by: DNP

Carl Richard DeVore [2000]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For his development of a new class of numerical algorithms for magnetohydrodynamic simulations, their wide dissemination in software, and their applications to physics.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Jozef Theofiel Devreese [1990]
University of Antwerp
Citation: For contributions to the theory of polarons subjected to external magnetic and electric fields, and for service to the international condensed-matter community.
Nominated by: DCMP

Roger E DeWames [1971]
North American Rockwell
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Robert L. Dewar [1980]
Australian National University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Frederik W deWette [1967]
University of Texas
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Clarence Forbes Dewey [2004]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For experimental and theoretical studies of high-speed and separated flows, innovations in flow measurement techniques and technology, and the understanding of the biological response of living cells to fluid-mechanical forces.
Nominated by: DFD

Jane M Dewey [1931]
University of Rochester
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Maynard Dewey [2017]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For absolute measurements in neutron physics and ultra-high resolution gamma spectroscopy.
Nominated by: GPMFC

Thomas Gregory Dewey [1998]
University of Denver
Citation: For applications of fractals and complexity theory to biological systems with emphasis on sequence: structure relationships in proteins.
Nominated by: DBIO

John W. DeWire [1988]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his pioneering contributions to the design and contruction of electron synchrotrons and storage rings and their use in the study of ep and e+e- interactions at high energies.
Nominated by: DPF

Bryce S DeWitt [1961]
University of North Carolina
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Cecile M DeWitt [1973]
University of Texas, Austin
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Hugh E DeWitt [1975]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

R N Dexter [1957]
University of Wisconsin
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

David Spencer DeYoung [2003]
National Optical Astronomy Observatory
Citation: For numerous and important contributions to the theory of extragalactic radio sources, in particular to the understanding of the evolution of astrophysical jets and their interactions with their environment.
Nominated by: DAP

Paul Deyoung [2012]
Hope College
Citation: For his strong and sustained leadership of facilitating research opportunities to enhance undergraduate education
Nominated by: FED

S S Dharmatti [1949]
University of South Carolina
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Ali Dhinojwala [2010]
University of Akron
Citation: Development of surface sensitive techniques to study polymeric surfaces and interfaces to understand properties such as adhesion, friction, and wetting.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Sanjeev Dhurandhar [2020]
Inter University Centre for Astronomy & Astrophysics
Citation: "For foundational contributions to the theoretical underpinnings of gravitational wave detection, especially in data analysis techniques, and for the development of India's gravitational wave community leading to LIGO-India."
Nominated by: DGRAV

Tiziana Di Matteo [2014]
Carnegie Mellon University
Citation: For pioneering work in computational cosmology which has made fundamental contributions to our understanding of the impact and growth of black holes in structure formation.
Nominated by:

Massimiliano Di Ventra [2012]
University of California, San Diego
Citation: For contributions to the theory of electronic transport in nanoscale conductors
Nominated by: DCMP

Haim Diamant [2015]
Tel Aviv University
Citation: For elucidating multiple new forms of hydrodynamic interaction, molecular association, and mechanical buckling, and their role in biomembranes and microfluidic channels.
Nominated by: DSOFT

Richard M Diamon [1972]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Patrick H. Diamond [1986]
University of California, San Diego
Citation: For important contributions to nonlinear plasma theory, plasma turbulence and understanding of anomalous transport in toroidal, magnetically confined plasma.
Nominated by: DPP

Leonard Matthew Diana [1990]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For enhancing interest in physics, its accomplishments, and its beauty among scientists in industries, universities, and public schools and for contributions to the development of positron science.
Nominated by:

Vernon H Dibeler [1958]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Bertram G Dick [1972]
University of Utah
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

R H Dicke [1946]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James H Dickerson [2019]
Consumer Reports
Citation: For longstanding contributions to physics diversity through mentoring, outreach, championing the APS Bridge Program, and helping launch the Fisk-Vanderbilt Bridge model, as well as leadership to assure quality science underpins Consumer Reports' product evaluations.
Nominated by: FPS

Willem H. Dickhoff [2013]
Washington University in St. Louis
Citation: For development and application of the self-consistent Green's function method for attacking the nuclear many-body problem, yielding fundamental insights into the roles of nuclear correlations in experimentally accessible observables.
Nominated by: DNP

J. Thomas Dickinson [2002]
Washington State University
Citation: For his pioneering and innovative work in basic bond breaking mechanisms, and the forces on particles at solid surfaces during mechanical or radiative stimulation.
Nominated by: DMP

Ronald Dickman [2020]
Federal University of Minas Gerais
Citation: For pivotal theoretical and computational contributions to understanding polymer fluids, nonequilibrium phase transitions, self-organized criticality, and steady-state thermodynamics.
Nominated by: GSNP

Duane Alfred Dicus [1987]
University of Texas, Austin
Citation: For contributions to the theory of strong, weak, and electromagnetic interactions and applications to stellar, galactic, and cosmological astrophysics, including both calculation of complexity and discussions with insight.
Nominated by: DAP

Scott Diddams [2008]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For major contributions to the development of optical frequency comb technology, and particularly for pioneering demonstrations of frequency combs in optical clocks, high resolution spectroscopy, and tests of basic physics.
Nominated by: DLS

Mauro DiDomenico [1976]
Bell Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Gerald Diebold [2010]
Brown University
Citation: For the development of a body of elegant and sophisticated theories addressing fundamental mechanisms of the laser photacoustic effect from spheres, cylinders, and layers of fluids and solids; the discovery of an anomalous giant photoacoustic effect; the worldwide impact of his experimental applications of his theories to suspensions, colloids, dye solutions, sedimentation and biomedical imaging.
Nominated by:

Ulrike Diebold [2004]
Tulane University
Citation: For groundbreaking research on the role of defects in the interplay between bulk and surface properties of transition-metal oxides and on STM imaging of their surface structure.
Nominated by: DMP

H Thomas Diehl [2017]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding leadership of Dark Energy Survey operations, laying the foundation for cutting-edge dark energy science.
Nominated by: DAP

Hans W. Diehl [2009]
Universitaet Duisburg-Essen
Citation: For his seminal and sustained contributions to the understanding of universal critical behavior associated with surfaces and boundaries.
Nominated by: GSNP

Renee Diehl [1999]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: For structural studies of weakly-adsorbed species on surfaces.
Nominated by: DCMP

Roland Diehl [2015]
Max Planck Institute
Citation: For pioneering contributions to astrophysics, including seminal observations of gamma-ray lines from cosmic radioactivities, the origins of cosmic rays, and development of methods for the analysis of measurements made with gamma-ray telescopes.
Nominated by: DAP

G H Dieke [1931]
Johns Hopkins University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

G J Dienes [1953]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Keith Dienes [2010]
University of Arizona
Citation: For his seminal contributions to our understanding of
grand unification, and for his work studying the diverse phenomenological implications of string theory and extra spacetime dimensions.
Nominated by: DPF

Tomasz Dietl [2015]
Polish Academy of Sciences
Citation: For seminal contributions to the theory of magnetic semiconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

Frank S Dietrich [1981]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Paul H Dike [1936]
Leeds and Northrup Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

S H Dike [1955]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Dan Dill [1983]
Boston University
Citation: For innovative theoretical research on photoionization and electron-molecule collisions, including extensions of the quantum-defect theory, establishment of the angular-momentum-transfer formulation, and elucidation of molecular shape resonances.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Ken A. Dill [1991]
University of California, San Francisco
Citation: For innovative and imaginative use of statistical theory and computer simulation to elucidate the ways in which long chain-molecules fold into specific structures such as globular proteins.
Nominated by: DBIO

Jens Dilling [2012]
TRIUMF
Citation: For contributions to precision nuclear physics measurements using laser spectroscopy and mass measurements, in particular for the advancement of our understanding of Halo-nuclei, and the development of Penning trap mass spectrometry for highly charged rare isotopes.
Nominated by: DNP

J H Dillon [1945]
Firestone
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

John A Dillon [1963]
Brown University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Joseph F Dillon [1962]
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Donelli Joseph DiMaria [1988]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For contributions to our microscopic understanding of the physics of insulators.
Nominated by: DCMP

Edmund Armond Dimarzio [1969]
National Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Louis Franklin DiMauro [1996]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: For developing and utilizing high repetition rate, short pulse lasers for pioneering studies which have greatly advanced the fundamental understanding of multiphoton processes in atoms and molecules.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Andris M. Dimits [2012]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For important insights and contributions to the theory and simulation of kinetic turbulent transport in magnetized plasmas, including the effects of self-consistent turbulence-induced velocity shear and Coulomb collisions
Nominated by: DPP

John O Dimmock [1972]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Dirck L. Dimock [1980]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Robert L. Dimock [1980]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Guy Dimonte [1998]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding contributions to understanding turbulence and mixing in high energy density fluids by novel experimental techniques and facilities.
Nominated by: DPP

Paul Dimotakis [1980]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DFD

Michael Dine [1994]
University of California, Santa Cruz
Citation: For his elucidation of dynamical mechanisms central to the construction of unified theories of the fundamental interactions, including seminal works on the origin of supersymmetry breaking and on baryongenesis.
Nominated by: DPF

Hong Ding [2010]
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of strongly correlated materials, particularly the high-temperature superconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

Weixing Ding [2010]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For seminal contributions to the measurement and understanding of magnetic fluctuation-induced transport, magnetic self-organization, and non-linear dynamics of laboratory plasmas.
Nominated by: DPP

Yujie Ding [2014]
Lehigh University
Citation: For his contributions to develop bright terahertz wave sources based on nonlinear parametric processes.
Nominated by: DLS

Brenda Lynn Dingus [2006]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For her pioneering work on understanding the highest energy gamma-ray emission from gamma-ray bursts.
Nominated by: DAP

Aaron Dinner [2016]
University of Chicago
Citation: For the development of nonequilibrium statistical mechanics theories that reveal general quantitative principles governing the behavior of living systems, and applications to understanding molecular, cell, and organismal scale experiments.
Nominated by: DBIO

Gerald Francis Dionne [2003]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of magnetic and electronic interactions in solids and for the design of novel magnetic materials and devices.
Nominated by: GMAG

Richard C DiPrima [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DFD

Francis Joseph Disalvo [1981]
Bell Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Mark M. Disko [2013]
ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company
Citation: For contributions to advanced materials characterization at the nanoscale and novel gas sensing techniques, together with leadership, in an industrial setting.
Nominated by: FIAP

Guenther Dissertori [2016]
Federal Institute of Technology Zurich
Citation: For pioneering work in quantum chromodynamics measurements in colliders, leadership in the discovery of the Higgs boson, and enabling searches for new physics at the Large Hadron Collider, as well as his effective efforts to promote international collaboration and help smaller countries develop exchanges for vibrant physics research.
Nominated by: FIP

Todd Ditmire [2005]
University of Texas, Austin
Citation: For pioneering experiments in High Energy Density physics using ultrashort intense lasers, including production of fusion neutrons from laser-irradiated clusters and states of warm dense matter relevant to astrophysics.
Nominated by: DLS

William Ditto [2003]
University of Florida
Citation: For achievements in experimental nonlinear dynamics, especially as applied to biological systems such as the heart and the brain.
Nominated by: DBIO

B C Diven [1960]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

David P. DiVincenzo [1999]
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Citation: For contributions to the theory of quasicrystals, and to the theory of quantum information.
Nominated by: DCMP

Laurent Divol [2020]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For fundamental contributions to laser plasma physics in hohlraums and other high energy density experiments, and for leadership in the design of high yield deuterium-tritium (DT) experiments.
Nominated by: DPP

Milind Diwan [2009]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: For his contributions to neutrino and kaon physics.
Nominated by: DPF

David A. Dixon [2001]
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Citation: For the development and use of high level computational chemistry techniques to solve complex industrial and environmental problems.
Nominated by: DCP

Lance Jenkins Dixon [1995]
Stanford University
Citation: For his elucidation of the general principles which connect the theory of superstrings to concrete models of elementary particle physics.
Nominated by: DPF

Roger Dixon [2007]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For critical leadership of the Tevatron Run II Luminosity Upgrade Program, and outstanding leadership in the construction and initial operation of the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search.
Nominated by: DPF

Dana D. Dlott [1996]
University of Illinois
Citation: For the development of ultrafast temperature jump techniques used to study molecular dynamics and molecular energy transfer in condensed matter under extreme conditions.
Nominated by: DCP

Joseph W Doane [1982]
Kent State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Jacek Dobaczewski [1998]
Warsaw University
Citation: For his pioneering contributions to our understanding of the nuclear many-body problem, especially the development of mean-field techniques and boson expansion methods.
Nominated by: DNP

Bogdan A. Dobrescu [2013]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For original and influential extensions of the Standard Model involving extra dimensions and new gauge dynamics, and for leadership in bridging the gap between new theoretical ideas and experimental tests.
Nominated by: DPF

Vladimir Dobrosavljevic [2010]
Florida State University
Citation: For research on fundamental localization processes near the metal-insulator transition, particularly the interplay of strong electronic correlations, disorder, and quantum glassy dynamics.
Nominated by: DCMP

Malgorzata Dobrowolska [2004]
University of Notre Dame
Citation: For her seminal contributions to the understanding of the role of electron spin in optical transitions in semiconductor compounds and alloys, including magnetic semiconductors and their nanostructures.
Nominated by: DCMP

Andrey V. Dobrynin [2006]
University of Connecticut
Citation: For his contributions to the theory of charged polymers.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Scott Dodelson [2003]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For his fundamental contributions in cosmology, including the theory and analysis of physics models of the early Universe.
Nominated by: DAP

Peter John Doe [2002]
University of Washington
Citation: For experimental neutrino physics including the demonstration of destructive interference in the charged- and neutral-current scattering of electron neutrinos, and the observation of solar neutrinos in the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory.
Nominated by: DNP

Charles R. Doering [2001]
University of Michigan
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the analysis of noisy and nonlinear dynamical systems, including co-discovery of resonant activation, current reversals in stochastic ratchets, and rigorous dissipation rate bounds for incompressible turbulence.
Nominated by: GSNP

John Price Doering [1989]
Johns Hopkins University
Citation: For advancing our understanding of how to use electronic collisions to study excited states of atoms and molecules.
Nominated by: DCP

Robert R. Doering [2009]
Texas Instruments Inc.
Citation: For outstanding leadership in integrated-circuit device scaling and many other important areas of semiconductor industry research and development, including pre-competitive collaborations between industry, government, and academic physics and engineering.
Nominated by: FIAP

Aristide Dogariu [2007]
University of Central Florida
Citation: For his outstanding contributions to the extraction of information on the random medium and for the development of the innovative technique of variable coherence tomography.
Nominated by: DLS

Zvonimir Dogic [2019]
University of California, Santa Barbara
Citation: For experiments on equilibrium self-assembled systems and active liquid crystals, and for the bottom-up engineering of biomimetic systems with life-like properties.
Nominated by: DSOFT

Nikolay Dokholyan [2012]
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Citation: For using multiscale modeling techniques to advance our understanding of physical interactions within and between biological molecules that yield insights into their complex organization, behavior, and evolution. He has served the community by making his these tools publicly accessible
Nominated by: DBIO

Gerald J. Dolan [1987]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For development of new techniques for fabricating microstructures and for contributions to our understanding of the physics of these microstructures.
Nominated by: DCMP

Louise Ann Dolan [1987]

Citation: For fundamental contributions to field theory at finite temperature, quantization of the non-linear Schrodinger equation, the 1/N expansion and for pioneering the use of Kac-Moody algebras in particle physics.
Nominated by: DPF

Paul J. Dolan, Jr [2013]
Northeastern Illinois University
Citation: For contributions to education in physics, including the physics of granular materials; and especially for leadership and service to organizations involved in physics education.
Nominated by: FED

Malcolm Dole [1962]
Northwestern University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

R L Dolecek [1956]
National Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Gerald Dolling [1981]
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Valeriy Dolmatov [2010]
University of North Alabama
Citation: For advancing the understanding of the structure and spectra of free and confined atoms, photoelectron angular asymmetries, dynamics of half-filled -subshell.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Julian A. Domaradzki [2008]
University of Southern California
Citation: For insightful contributions to the development of subgrid-scale algorithms for computational fluid dynamics and for their use to illuminate the physics of the energy transfer between eddy scales in large eddy simulations of turbulent flow fields.
Nominated by: DFD

John Jacob Domingo [1995]
Jefferson Lab, Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility
Citation: For sustained scientific and technical contributions to intermediate energy nuclear physics at the Swiss Institute for Nuclear Research (SIN), and for leading the design and construction of the three experimental facilities at the newly completed Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility (CEBAF).
Nominated by: DNP

Aaron Dominguez [2016]
Catholic University of America
Citation: For leading contributions to measurements of B hadron properties for top quark physics, and for the search and discovery of the Higgs boson, as well as leadership in the design, construction, and use of silicon tracking detectors at the Large Electron-Positron Collider, the Tevatron Collider, and the Large Hadron Collider.
Nominated by: DPF

Douglas J Donahue [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Megan Donahue [2016]
Michigan State University
Citation: For advanced cosmological observations and analyses of galaxy clusters, and of the relationship between the thermodynamic state of circumgalactic gas around massive galaxies, the triggering of active galactic nucleus feedback, and the regulation of star formation in galaxies.
Nominated by: DAP

Thomas M Donahue [1959]
University of Pittsburgh
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Athene Margaret Donald [1994]
University of Cambridge
Citation: For her research into the mechanisms of high temperature crazing, as well as morphology and phase behavior in liquid crystalline polymer systems.
Nominated by: FIP

Edward E Donaldson [1965]
Washington State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Fiorenza Donato [2015]
Turin University, Italy
Citation: For extensive ground breaking contributions in astro particle physics and indirect dark matter searches.
Nominated by: DAP

Sebastian Doniach [1985]
Stanford University
Citation: For his physical insight and mathematical treatment of collective effects in many-body systems, particularly spin fluctuations in helium and EXAFS structures from solid surfaces.
Nominated by: DCMP

Thomas William Donnelly [1990]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For extensive theoretical studies of the electroweak structure of nuclei and for developing the framework needed to exploit polarization observables in electron scattering.
Nominated by: DNP

John Francis Donoghue [1989]
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Citation: For continued contributions to the theory and phenomenology of hadrons, especially in the studies of weak decays, CP violation, hadron spectroscopy, and chiral symmetry.
Nominated by: DPF

Gary Dean Doolen [2003]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For frontier computational research in fluid dynamics modeling, one-component plasmas, complex-rotation methods for atomic resonances, and laser-plasma interactions.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Stephen K. Doorn [2014]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For his pioneering accomplishments in defining, shaping, and leading the field of spectroscopic characterization of carbon nanomaterials, including single-walled nanotubes and graphene.
Nominated by: DLS

Jonathan M. Dorfan [1991]
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to the study of properties of heavy leptons and quarks produced in electron-position annihilation.
Nominated by: DPF

Jay R Dorfman [1977]
University of Maryland
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Fluid Dynamics.
Nominated by: DCP

William D. Dorland [2005]
University of Maryland
Citation: For his contributions to the understanding of ion and electron temperature gradient driven turbulence in plasmas, and to the development of novel computational algorithms for exploring nonlinear plasma dynamics.
Nominated by: DPP

John J Dorning [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Alan Thomas Dorsey [2002]
University of Florida
Citation: For seminal contributions to the theory of magnetic flux dynamics and non-equilibrium pattern formation in superconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

Robert A Dory [1973]
Not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Israel Dostrovsky [2003]
The Weizmann Institute
Citation: For his seminal contributions in the field of stable isotope separation, development of Monte Carlo methods for nuclear reactions and chemical separation methods used in solar neutrino experiments.
Nominated by: DNP

Arwin A Dougal [1967]
University of Texas
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

David Ross Douglas [2005]
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility
Citation: For pioneering beam optics contributions leading to unique multipass accelerators and accelerator-driven light sources and to energy-recovering linac operation at high average current and demonstration at high energy.
Nominated by: DPB

Jack Frank Douglas [1996]
National Institute of Standards & Technology
Citation: For substantial contributions to the theoretical physics and chemistry of macromolecular and complex systems.
Nominated by: DPOLY

David H Douglass [1969]
University of Chicago
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Carl B Dover [1976]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Lynn Dale Doverspike [1984]
No company provided
Citation: For measurements of differential and total cross-sections, both elastic and inelastic, of ions on atoms and molecules.
Nominated by: DAMOP

John D Dow [1976]
University of Illinois
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Richard B Dow [1940]
Pennsylvania State College
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Peter Arnold Dowben [2004]
University of Nebraska
Citation: For his significant experimental contributions to surface magnetism, spin polarization in complex magnetic systems, and metal-to-nonmetal transitions in reduced dimensionality.
Nominated by: GMAG

Nancy M. Dowdy [1995]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For her role on treaty verification at the close of the Cold War, for research accomplishments and leadership in the development of synthetic fuels instrumentation, and for leadership and service in behalf of women in physics.
Nominated by: FPS

John Derek Dowell [2003]
University of Birmingham
Citation: For contributions to the development of the quark model of hadrons, discovery of the W and Z bosons, probing of nucleon structure and QCD, and preparations for experimentation at the LHC.
Nominated by: DPF

David R. Dowling [2012]
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Citation: For conduct and analysis of experiments on turbulent mixing and high-Reynolds number wall-bounded flows, and for contributions to fluids education
Nominated by: DFD

Jerome M Dowling [1961]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Jerome M Dowling [1960]
Arizona State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Jonathan P. Dowling [2008]
Louisiana State University
Citation: For major contributions to quantum optics as it pertains tot he development of the theory of atomic emission rates and nonlinear switching in photonic crystals, as well as seminal contributions to quantum metrology and imaging, especially the invention of quantum lithography.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Michael C. Downer [1999]
University of Texas
Citation: For fundamental contributions to nonlinear and ultrafast laser spectroscopy of solids and surfaces near the melting threshold and of gases and underdense plasmas near the thresholds of ionization and wakefield generation.
Nominated by: DLS

Bertran W Downs [1966]
University of Colorado
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Barney L. Doyle [2000]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: For the invention of numerous Micro-Ion Bean Analysis techniques and their innovative application to solid state physics, fusion energy, materials science and radiation effects of semiconductors.
Nominated by: FIAP

John Morrissey Doyle [2001]
Harvard University
Citation: In recognition of contributions to the field of atomic, molecular and optical physics and in low-energy nuclear/particle physics, particularly buffer gas cooling and magnetic trapping of atoms, molecules and neutrons.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Mark D. Doyle [2008]
American Physical Society
Citation: In recognition of his distinguished and dedicated service to electronic access and communication of physics results to the community, and for his essential role in making the APS Journals from 1893 to the present available on our desktops.
Nominated by:

Jerry Paul Draayer [2000]
Louisiana State University
Citation: For enhancing our understanding of collective phenomena in atomic nuclei through algebraic shell-model analyses, statistical spectroscopy studies of strength distributions, explorations involving pseudo-spin symmetry, and the application of nonlinear methods.
Nominated by: DNP

D. A. Drabold [2003]
Ohio University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

RIchard J. Drachman [1980]
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

George Dennis Dracoulis [1993]
Australian National University
Citation: For his contribution to the understanding of nuclear structure in the mass 190 transitional and trans-led nuclei from comprehensive nuclear spectroscopy studies.
Nominated by: DNP

Alexander J Dragt [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Gordon William Frederick Drake [1983]
University of Windsor
Citation: For profound original studies of the quantitative effects of quantum electrodynamics in atomic physics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

James F. Drake [1986]
University of Maryland
Citation: For significant contributions to the understanding of tearing instabilities, magnetic reconnection and magnetohydrodynamic activity in laboratory and space plasmas.
Nominated by: DPP

Richard Paul Drake [1989]
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the characterization and understanding of laser plasma interactions, particularly stimulated Raman scattering.
Nominated by: DPP

Charles S Draper [1941]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Vinayak Dravid [2010]
Northwestern University
Citation: For seminal contributions to the materials physics of functional materials through the use of state of the art electron microscopy techniques.
Nominated by: DMP

Tevian Dray [2010]
Oregon State University
Citation: For his contributions to the theory of general relativity, which include investigations of light-like surface layers and the physics of signature change.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Dieter Drechsel [1977]
University of Mainz
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Axel Drees [2016]
State University of New York - Stony Brook
Citation: For having a leading role in the discovery of the suppression of high momentum hadrons and jet quenching in heavy ion collisions at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider, and his key contributions to the discovery that hadron properties are modified near the transition to the quark-gluon plasma through the measurement of electron-positron pairs.
Nominated by: DNP

Harry Dreicer [1963]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Reiner Martin Dreizler [1995]
Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe University
Citation: For important contributions to the development and applications of density functional theory and to the theory of atomic collision processes.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Reiner Martin Dreizler [1994]
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität
Citation: For important contributions to the development and application of density functional theory and to the theory of atomic collision process.
Nominated by: FIP

Persis S. Drell [1997]
Cornell University
Citation: For her many important contributions to elementary particle physics, including a systematic program to understand semileptonic decays of b quarks and measure the CKM matrix element Vcb.
Nominated by: DPF

Jospeh Dresner [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Gene F Dresselhaus [1966]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Mildred S Dresselhaus [1972]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Kurt Dressler [1962]
Princeton University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Rainer Andreas Dressler [2004]
Air Force Research Laboratory
Citation: For innovative developments in the study of electron, ion, and photon interactions with molecules and applications to space vehicles and space research.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Ronald W. P. Drever [1998]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For his fundamental experiment to test the isotropy of space, and for his pioneering contributions to laser interferometry as a tool for gravitational-wave detection.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Howard Dennis Drew [1995]
University of Maryland
Citation: For his contribution to the study of the electrodynamic response of superconductors in magnetic fields, and collective effects in semiconductor heterostructures.
Nominated by: DCMP

Michael Drewsen [2015]
University of Aarhus
Citation: For pioneering experiments with trapped ion Coulomb crystals in linear Paul traps and the demonstration of collective strong coupling with optical cavities.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Russell W Dreyfus [1974]
IBM
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Harry G Drickamer [1962]
University of Illinois
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

van Driel [2001]
University of Toronto
Citation: Professor Henry van Driel is a leading scientist in the field of experimental laser physics, having made significant contributions in the areas of ultrafast phenomena, nonlinear optics and laser physics.
Nominated by: DLS

Charles Frederick Driscoll [1990]
University of California, San Diego
Citation: For experimental and theoretical work on wave, transport and equilibrium properties of non-neutral plasma systems, both a basic plasma physics and in related technologies.
Nominated by: DPP

Judith Driscoll [2011]
University of Cambridge
Citation: For pioneering contributions in design and understanding of nanostructured functional oxides, including superconductors, magnetic materials, ferroelectrics, multiferroics and semiconductors.
Nominated by: DMP

Raymond L Driscoll [1960]
National Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Richard M Drisko [1976]
University of Pittsburgh
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Marija Drndic [2013]
University of Pennsylvania
Citation: For development of novel nanofabrication methods for graphene nanoelectronics and fast biomolecular analysis in solution.
Nominated by: DCMP

Adam T. Drobot [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For contributions to the development and use of numerical simulation codes applied to basic physics analysis of microwave, accelerator and pulsed power devices.
Nominated by: DPB

John J Dropkin [1963]
Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James E Drummond [1967]
Boeing Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Peter David Drummond [2000]
University of Queenland
Citation: For pioneering theoretical studies of quantum noise in nonlinear optical processes, including superfluorescence, optical bistability, parametric amplification and oscillation, fiber-optical solitons, proposed tests of quantum correlations, and the positive-P representation.
Nominated by: FIP

Wiliam E Drummond [1966]
University of Texas
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Hugh L. Dryden [1926]
Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Rui Rui Du [2003]
University of Utah
Citation: For his seminal contributions to the physics of the fractional quantum Hall effect, and especially, through his original experiments, to our understanding of the properties of composite fermions.
Nominated by: DCMP

Shengwang Du [2019]
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Citation: For significant contributions to photon-atom quantum interaction, including generation and manipulation of narrowband biphotons, and for the realization of efficient quantum memory, observation of optical precursors, and demonstration of nontraditional quantum heat engines.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Frits K du Pre [1966]
Philips Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Luming Duan [2009]
University of Michigan
Citation: For his distinctive contributions to theoretical atomic physics and quantum information; in particular, for his seminal proposals for quantum information protocols involving atom-optical systems.
Nominated by: DQI

Wenhui Duan [2019]
Tsinghua University
Citation: For discoveries of novel physical phenomena in two-dimensional electronics and advanced functional materials using computational and theoretical approaches, and for the first-principles prediction of new quantum materials.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Daniel Herschel Eli Dubin [1994]
University of California, San Diego
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the theory of trapped pure ion plasmas, liquids and crystals, including predictions of the microscopic order of the equilibrium state and of the normal modes of oscillation about that state.
Nominated by: DPP

Donald F DuBois [1978]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPOLY

Robert Dean DuBois [1996]
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to heavy-particle collision physics, especially the innovative use of coincidence techniques to elucidate the influence of projectile electrons on impact ionization and separate target and projectile ionization.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Lee A DuBridge [1931]
Washington University in St. Louis
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Nirit Dudovich [2016]
Weizmann Institute of Science
Citation: For pioneering new measurement schemes and control of attosecond processes, thus shedding new light on fundamental ultrafast phenomena.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Michael J. Duff [1996]
Texas A & M University
Citation: For contributions towards unified theories of the elementary particles including gravity, especially for the discovery of Weyl anomalies, for the four-dimensional interpretation of extra spacetime dimensions and for string/fivebrane duality.
Nominated by: DPF

O. S. Duffendack [1927]
University of Michigan
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

R B Duffield [1949]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

R T Dufford [1933]
University of Missouri
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James W. Dufty [2009]
University of Florida
Citation: For his numerous seminal contributions to non-equilibrium statistical mechanics and its applications to granular fluids, plasmas, strongly coupled Coulomb systems, and materials science.
Nominated by: GSNP

Gerald Francis Dugan [1991]
Cornell University
Citation: For his leadership in many areas of Fermilab's accelerator system. his efforts have led to collider luminosities exceeding the original design specifications.
Nominated by: DPB

Shakti P Duggal [1976]
Bartol Research Foundation
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAP

Jerome Lewis Duggan [2000]
University of North Texas
Citation: For outstanding contributions in the application of low energy nuclear technology for analysis in the semiconductor, metals, and geophysics industries, and for initiating an international conference as a forum for the interaction of industrial and academic physicists.
Nominated by: FIAP

Charles B Duke [1969]
General Electric R&D Center
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Chemical Physics.
Nominated by: DCMP

William P Dumke [1966]
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Jesse W.M. DuMond [1931]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James Henry Duncan [1999]
University of Maryland
Citation: For his meticulous investigations, using experiments and computations, of interfacial phenomena including breaking waves, cavitation bubbles and compliant surfaces.
Nominated by: DFD

Michael Ansel Duncan [2001]
University of Georgia
Citation: For the application of lasers to produce novel metal clusters in the gas phase and for measurements of their spectroscopy and photodissociation dynamics.
Nominated by: DLS

Robert V. Duncan [2005]
University of New Mexico
Citation: For pioneering advances in experimental studies of dynamic critical phenomena near the superfluid transition in 4He, and for the development of novel instrumentation and measurement techniques for use on earth and in space.
Nominated by: GIMS

Robert Walter Dunford [1997]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For extensive experimental studies in fundamental atomic physics, especially in characterizing the properties of few-electron heavy-ion systems, thereby adding significantly to the understanding of relativistic quantum mechanics and QED.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Bobby David Dunlap [1985]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For important contributions to the understanding of electronic and magnetic properties of a wide range of materials, especially actinide compounds and magnetic superconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

Bobby David Dunlap [1985]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For important contributions to the understanding of electronic and magnetic properties of a wide range of materials, especially actinide compounds and magnetic superconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

Brett Dunlap [2011]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the development of variational fitting methods that enable reliable density-functional and ab initio calculations on large molecules and clusters.
Nominated by: DCP

W C Dunlap [1957]
General Electric
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Gordan H Dunn [1970]
JILA
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Frank Barry Dunning [1986]
Rice University
Citation: For his seminal contributions to the study of atoms in high Rydberg states, and in the extension of atomic methodology to introduce new spectroscopies for studies of solid surfaces.
Nominated by: DAMOP

John R Dunning [1935]
Columbia University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Thomas Harold Dunning [1992]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For contributions to the development of methods and techniques for electronic structure calculations on molecules and for applications to fundamental chemical problems in atmospheric chemistry, laser chemistry and combustion chemistry.
Nominated by: DCP

Frank G Dunnington [1940]
Rutgers University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Thomas H Dupree [1967]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Michel Dupuis [2007]
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Citation: For his significant contributions to the development of electronic structure methods and computer codes for the simulation of molecular properties and reactivity.
Nominated by: DCP

Russell D. Dupuis [2003]
University of Texas, Austin
Citation: For development of MOCVD deposition of semiconductors and room-temperature quantum-well lasers.
Nominated by: FIAP

Paul A. Durbin [1996]
Stanford University
Citation: For his contributions to fluid mechanics in general and near-wall turbulence modeling in particular through innovative concepts and analyses.
Nominated by: DFD

Douglas Jack Durian [2004]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For ground-breaking contributions to the measurement and understanding of dynamics in foams and granular media.
Nominated by: DCMP

James R Durig [1971]
University of South Carolina
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Jean Durup [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Elizabeth B. Dussan V [1985]
Schlumberger-Doll Res Ctr
Citation: For her deep insights into the mechanisms and the realistic modeling of phenomena involving fluid-fluid interfaces, particularly in situations in which moving contact lines and mutual fluid displacement occur.
Nominated by: DFD

John Dutcher [2007]
University of Guelph
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the understanding of polymers at the nanoscale; particularly to the development of novel experimental techniques for the study of ultrathin films.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Bhaskar Dutta [2020]
Texas A&M University
Citation: For outstanding and original contributions to the understanding of particle physics phenomenology, in particular dark matter, neutrinos, models and collider physics.
Nominated by: DPF

Mitra Dutta [2012]
University of Illinois, Chicago
Citation: For research leadership and administration in government and academia, through which she has susported the applications of physics for society, outreach to the public, and enhancement of physics education
Nominated by: FPS

Pulak Dutta [1992]
Northwestern University
Citation: For his elucidations of the structures and phase transitions of lipid monolayers.
Nominated by: DCMP

Gerardo Giovanni Dutto [1998]
TRIUMF
Citation: For contributions to the development of high-intensity H/ cyclotrons both as meson facilities and for production of proton-rich radioisotopes.
Nominated by: DPB

David B Dutton [1964]
University of Rochester
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Philip M. Duxbury [2006]
Michigan State University
Citation: For the development of efficient computational methods for strongly non-linear disordered systems and the extraction of novel physics from the application of these methods.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Maria Dworzecka [1996]
George Mason University
Citation: For co-directing the Consortium of Upper Level Physics Software (CUPS) and co-editing accompanying instructional material for upper level physics classes.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Mark I. Dykman [2001]
Michigan State University
Citation: For insightful contributions toward understanding the importance of large fluctuations in physical systems and for theoretical developments on the many-electron dynamics of the two-dimensional electron gas.
Nominated by: DCMP

Henry Frederick Dylla [2001]
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility
Citation: For sustained contributions to the surface science of materials and the design of ultrahigh vacuum systems that have enabled a new generation of particle accelerators, plasma devices and materials processing systems.
Nominated by: FIAP

Robert C Dynes [1981]
Bell Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Alexander R. Dzierba [1991]
Indiana University, Bloomington
Citation: For significant contributions to experimental studies of the production of jets and other multiparticle systems in hadron interactions.
Nominated by: DPF

Ronald Francis Dziuba [1997]
National Institute of Standards & Technology
Citation: For exceptional contributions to the realization of the ohm, the use of the quantum Hall effect as the primary resistance standard, and professional support to the metrology and scientific communities.
Nominated by: GIMS

Vladimir Dzuba [2013]
University of New South Wales
Citation: For development of new methods and original computer codes for high precision atomic calculations, accurate calculations of violation of fundamental symmetries (parity, time reversal) used to test unification theories in atomic experiments, effects of variation of fine structure constant and proposals of new atomic clocks.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Igor E. Dzyaloshinskii [1996]
University of California, Irvine
Citation: For contributions to the theory of many-body systems.
Nominated by: DCMP