APS Fellow Archive

The APS Fellow Archive contains records of many APS Fellows from 1921 to the present. Please note some Fellows may not be displayed or may display with limited information.

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Mikko Antero Paalanen [1987]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his pioneering low-temperature studies of conduction electrons in two- and three-dimensional disordered systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Krzysztof Pachucki [2005]
Warsaw University
Citation: For his numerous contributions to the theory of quantum electrodynamics, in particular evaluation of higher order corrections to the one and two-loop Lamb shift.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Russell T. Pack [1983]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to molecular scattering theory and intermolecular potentials.
Nominated by: DCP

Richard E. Packard [1994]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: For work in demonstrating the macroscopic quantum nature of various superfluid systems, and improving our understanding of the fundamental behavior of systems of quantized vortices.
Nominated by: DCMP

Stephen Padalino [2016]
State University of New York - Geneseo
Citation: For three decades of outstanding leadership in physics undergraduate education connecting classroom learning with funded research opportunities and inspiring over 200 students to pursue careers in science.
Nominated by: FED

Hasan Padamsee [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For leadership in accelerator science through insights in applied superconductivity that have significantly improved acceleration gradients of superconducting RF cavities.
Nominated by: DPB

F J Padden [1965]
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Frank J Padden [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPOLY

Willie J. Padilla [2018]
Duke University
Citation: For co-discovery of negative refractive index, the development of dynamic metamaterials and devices, and the development and understanding of metamaterial and metasurface absorbers in the microwave, terahertz and infrared ranges of the electromagnetic spectrum.
Nominated by: DLS

Paul Padley [2018]
Rice University
Citation: For leadership and innovations in hadron collider operations, triggering and data acquisition on the CMS and D0 experiments as the US CMS Operations Manager, Leader of the US CMS Endcap Muon Project, Co-Leader of D0 Run IIb Trigger Upgrade and Leader of D0 Level 3/DAQ project.
Nominated by: DPF

Howard Padmore [2012]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For seminal contributions to X-ray optics, instrumentation, and research with synchrotron radiation
Nominated by: GIMS

Michael Arthur Paesler [1997]
North Carolina State University
Citation: For contributions to the physics of amorphous materials, and to the development of spectroscopic near field optical microscopy.
Nominated by: DCMP

Hans Paetz gen. Schieck [2011]
Universitat zu Koln
Citation: For significant contributions to experimental few-nucleon physics with polarized projectiles and setting new standards for testing predictions of rigorous three-nucleon and four-nucleon calculations.
Nominated by: GFB

C H Page [1958]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
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John H. Page [2014]
University of Manitoba
Citation: For contributions to wave propagation in mesoscopic materials, particularly in phononic crystals, Anderson localization of sound waves, and ultrasonic spectroscopy of strongly scattering media.
Nominated by: DCMP

John Boyd Page [1990]
Arizona State University
Citation: For contributions to the theory of resonance light scattering and absorption, electron-vibrational coupling, and the vibrational properties of solid-state defects and complex molecular systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Lorne A Page [1963]
University of Pittsburgh
Citation: Not available
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Lyman A. Page [2013]
Princeton University
Citation: For his leadership in precision measurements of the cosmic microwave background, culminating in the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe experiment, which has enabled precise determinations of the fundamental cosmological parameters, including the geometry, age and composition of the universe.
Nominated by: DAP

Shelley A. Page [2009]
University of Manitoba
Citation: For her leading role in a series of sequential hadronic parity violation experiments designed to elucidate the interplay of the weak and strong interactions in hadronic systems.
Nominated by: DNP

Heinz Rudolph Pagels [1976]
Rockefeller University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Johnpierre Paglione [2017]
University of Maryland
Citation: For experimental contributions to the understanding of strongly correlated and topological electronic materials through the synthesis and investigation of heavy fermion compounds, unconventional superconductors, and topological materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

Damodar Mangalore Pai [1984]
No company provided
Citation: For his experimental work on fundamental photophysical processes in amorphous semiconductors and his work on the development of novwl organic photoconductors for large area applications.
Nominated by: DCMP

Hanhee Paik [2021]
IBM Quantum
Citation: For pioneering a novel superconducting qubit architecture that catalyzed the commercialization of superconducting quantum computing, and for contributions to advance quantum computing research in the industry.
Nominated by: FIAP

Ho Jung Paik [2004]
University of Maryland
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the measurement of gravitational phenomena, including gravitational wave detection, tests of the inverse square law, and gravity gradiometry.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Gayle S Painter [1978]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

Linda R Painter [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

Paul C. Painter [1998]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: For theoretical and spectroscopic characterization of hydrogen bonded polymer blends.
Nominated by: DPOLY

G E Pake [1952]
Washington University in St. Louis
Citation: Not available
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Sandip Pakvasa [1976]
University of Hawaii
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Javier Tejada Palacios [2000]
University of Barcelona
Citation: For his contributions to all aspects of mathematical and theoretical physics including supersymmetry, supergravity, and superstrings, and for his professorial expertise in educating his colleagues in this area.
Nominated by: DPF

Josef Paldus [2013]
University of Waterloo
Citation: For the development of theoretical and methodological aspects of atomic and molecular electronic structure, primarily of the unitary group and coupled cluster approaches to the many-electron correlation problem, and their exploitation in computational quantum chemistry and chemical physics.
Nominated by: DCP

Harry Palevsky [1963]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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Peter Palffy-Muhoray [2008]
Kent State University
Citation: In recognition of his creative explorations and contributions to the understanding of light-matter interactions in liquid crystalline systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Edward D Palik [1965]
United States Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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Frederic Palmer [1931]
Haverford College
Citation: Not available
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Howard B Palmer [1976]
The Pennsylvania State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

Christopher J. Palmstrom [2001]
University of Minnesota
Citation: For his original work on metallic compound/compound semiconductor heterostructures and thin film interfacial analysis.
Nominated by: FIAP

Andrea Palounek [2020]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For extensive work on the application of physics to national security in space, advocating on behalf of women and minority students in physics, and for unflagging efforts in launching the Four Corners Section of the American Physical Society.
Nominated by: FPS

Thomas T.M. Palstra [2013]
University of Groningen
Citation: For pioneering experiments in superconductivity and magnetism giving rise to various discoveries in strongly-correlated oxides, heavy-fermion systems and organics.
Nominated by: DMP

Ci-Ling Pan [2009]
National Tsing Hua University
Citation: For pioneering studies of the physics and technology of ion-planted semiconductor and liquid-crystal devices for ultrafast and THz applications, and for significant contributions toward developing tunable and ultrafast laser systems for applications in communications, sensing, spectroscopy and materials diagnostics and processing.
Nominated by: DLS

Jian-Wei Pan [2013]
University of Science & Technology
Citation: For his pioneering works on experiments of optical quantum communication, quantum computation, and multi-photon entanglement, and for his important role in international physics.
Nominated by: FIP

Ning Pan [2015]
University of California, Davis
Citation: For significant contributions to the scientific research of mechanics and physics in the field of fibrous materials.
Nominated by: DMP

Xiaoqing Pan [2013]
University of Michigan
Citation: For pioneering contributions and innovative application of electron microscopy to probe and understand the effects of boundary conditions on ferroelectricity, including polarization mapping and domain dynamics, with atomic resolution.
Nominated by: DMP

Christos Panagopoulos [2021]
Nanyang Technological University
Citation: For fundamental contributions in controlling magnetism at the atomic scale, and for understanding the ground state of unconventional superconductors through the design of novel materials architectures and measurement methods.
Nominated by: GMAG

Emilio Panarella [1999]
Advanced Laser and Fusion Tech., Inc.
Citation: For pioneering theoretical and experimental contributions to the two-stage spherical pinch and its commercialization as an industrial pulsed X-ray source.
Nominated by: FIAP

Giulia Pancheri-Srivastava [2008]
INFN Lab Natl of Frascati
Citation: For her leadership in establishing an international network in theoretical and experimental particle physics at the DAPHNE phi-factory, and for her leading several networks of researchers from European universities for the training of young researchers.
Nominated by: FIP

Vijay Pande [2008]
Stanford University
Citation: For far-reaching contributions to the quantitative distributed simulation, analysis, and understanding of kinetics and thermodynamics of biomolecular conformations and interactions, especially in the areas of protein folding and the role of water in confined environments.
Nominated by: DBIO

Kosal Chandra Pandey [1986]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For contributions to the physics of semiconductor surface reconstruction, especially the introduction of π-bonding as a reconstruction mechanism and for the π -bonded chain model of the Si(111)-2X1 surface.
Nominated by: DCMP

Ras B. Pandey [2017]
University of Southern Mississippi
Citation: For insightful applications of the bond-fluctuation multi-grain method to the physics of polymernanocomposites and biopolymers.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Ravindra Pandey [2014]
Michigan Technological University
Citation: For creative use of advanced computational techniques from materials physics and quantum chemistry to gain insights into nanostructure behaviors, especially for his prescient recognition of the looming importance of such calculations for predicting bio-nano hybrid material properties.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Morton B Panish [1972]
Bell Laboratories
Citation: Not available
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Jacques I Pankove [1967]
RCA Laboratories
Citation: Not available
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Sokrates T. Pantelides [1980]
Vanderbilt University
Citation: Not Provided
Nominated by: DCMP

Ronald L. Panton [2006]
University of Texas, Austin
Citation: For insightful application of analytical methods to fluid mechanics, the study of turbulence, including wall-bounded turbulent flows and pressure fluctuations, and for authorship of a successful graduate-level fluids textbook.
Nominated by: DFD

Robert S. Panvini [1990]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For exploratory studies of hadronic inclusive reactions, searches for exotic states by hybrid techniques, and studies of heavy quark decays in high-energy e+ + e- interactions
Nominated by: DPF

Samuel Paolucci [2010]
University of Notre Dame
Citation: For major theoretical contributions tot he theory of hydrodynamic stability of natural convection flows, development of novel adaptive computational methods based on wavelets and fundamental contributions to the theory of low-dimensional manifolds as applied to complex kinetics for chemically reacting flows.
Nominated by: DFD

M. Alessandra Papa [2014]
Max Planck Institute
Citation: For numerous key contributions to gravitational-wave astronomy, including devising new data analysis methods for gravitational waves from pulsars and coordinating the worldwide exchange and analysis of data.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Konstantinos Papadopulos [1980]

Citation: None
Nominated by: DPP

Demetrios T. Papageorgiou [2016]
Imperial College London
Citation: For important contributions in analyzing and computing nonlinear phenomena in interfacial flows, including jet breakup, core-annular flows and multilayer flows, in the presence of surfactants and electric fields, with industrial and everyday applications.
Nominated by: DFD

Costas N. Papanicolas [1994]
University of Illinois
Citation: For electron scattering studies of nuclei that have expanded our understanding of nuclear structure and helped define the limits of mean field theory, and for pioneering work in developing electron scattering coincidence experiments.
Nominated by: DNP

Dimitrios A. Papconstantopoulos [1980]

Citation: Not Provided
Nominated by: DCMP

Thomas F. Papenbrock [2014]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For innovative theoretical approaches to the nuclear many-body problem and other finite quantum systems.
Nominated by: DNP

Casey Papovich [2021]
Texas A&M University
Citation: For innovation and leadership in the physics of galaxy formation and evolution, and for critical contributions in methods to understand the stellar content and formation histories of distant galaxies using ultraviolet, optical, and infrared measurements.
Nominated by: DAP

David Pappas [2014]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For studies of ultra-thin magnetic films and surfaces, including contributions to magnetic sensors and quantum devices.
Nominated by: DCMP

Arun Paramekanti [2020]
University of Toronto
Citation: For contributions to the theory of superconductivity, magnetism, and exotic phases in strongly correlated quantum materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

M. Parans Paranthaman [2018]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For distinguished contributions to the field of materials synthesis and characterization for high temperature superconductors, solar cells, lithium ion batteries, and additive manufacturing of magnetic materials.
Nominated by: FIAP

Hye-Sook Park [2010]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For the development of seminal experimental techniques to create and probe plasmas with extreme density and temperature.
Nominated by: DPP

Hyeon K. Park [2012]
Pohang Univ of Sci & Tech
Citation: For innovative development and implementation of advanced plasma diagnostics including imaging techniques, and for fundamental contributions to the understanding of MHD physics and turbulent transport in toroidal confinement systems
Nominated by: DPP

John T Park [1974]
University of Missouri
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Moon Jeong Park [2021]
Pohang University of Science and Technology
Citation: For creative and insightful experiments to elucidate the roles of molecular architecture and self-assembled nanostructure on the electrical, ion transport, and mechanical properties of charged polymers.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Robert L Park [1971]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Wonchull Park [1997]
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Citation: For his pioneering contributions to resistive magneto-hydrodynamic theory and to computational physics; and for his careful and extensive application and comparison of these calculations with experiments.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Yoon S Park [1976]
Aerospace Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Yung Woo Park [2009]
Seoul National University
Citation: For contributions to the synthesis and transport in conducting polymers, carbon nanotubes, organic crystals, and highly-correlated materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

Stephen John Parke [1996]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For novel insights into resonant neutrino oscillation and for the introduction of supersymmetric methods in the evaluation of multiparton scattering amplitudes.
Nominated by: DPF

David H. Parker [2016]
Radboud University Nijmegen
Citation: For development of velocity map imaging and applications of ion and electron imaging to a range of problems in stereochemistry and photodissociation dynamics.
Nominated by: DCP

Earl R Parker [1972]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: Not available
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Eugene Parker [1962]
University of Chicago
Citation: Citation not available
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H M Parker [1953]
General Electric
Citation: Not available
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Leonard E Parker [1984]
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Citation: For contributions to the theory of quantized fields in curved spacetime, including the production of elementary particles by strong gravitational fields.
Nominated by: DPF

Paul M Parker [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Condensed Matter Physics.
Nominated by: DCP

Peter D Parker [1972]
Yale University
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Astrophysics
Nominated by: DNP

Robert Kelly Parker [1994]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For contributions in the fields of intense relativistic electron beams and generation of coherent electromagnetic radiation through beam-wave interactions, and for leadership in the vacuum electronics community.
Nominated by: DPP

Ronald Richard Parker [1981]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Scott E Parker [2008]
University of Colorado, Boulder
Citation: For seminal contributions to the numerical simulation of plasmas, including simulations demonstrating the ballooning-like structure of ITG turbulence, gyrokinetic particle simulations at realistic plasma beta, and gyrokinetic/MHD hybrid simulations
Nominated by: DPP

Sherwood Parker [1992]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to the development of high-precision silicon detectors.
Nominated by: DPF

Vincent E Parker [1960]
Louisiana State University
Citation: Not available
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Stuart S.P. Parkin [1992]
IBM Almaden Research Center
Citation: For contributions to organic and high-temperature superconductivity and magnetism in transition-metal multilayers.
Nominated by: DCMP

William H Parkinson [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Charles Stedman Parmenter [1983]
Indiana University, Bloomington
Citation: For pioneering studies of energy transfer and spectroscopy involving electronically excited states of small organic molecules.
Nominated by: DCP

Robert H Parmenter [1961]
RCA Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Fulvio Parmigiani [2013]
University of Trieste
Citation: For pioneering contributions in ultra-fast non-linear photoemission in metals and broad-band time resolved optical spectroscopy of cuprates and high temperature superconductors, and for establishing a strong, international scientific user program at the world’s first seeded free electron laser facility.
Nominated by: FIP

Jeevak Mahmud Parpia [2004]
Cornell University
Citation: For the discovery and exploration of superfluidity in disordered 3He.
Nominated by: DCMP

Albert Clarence Parr [1997]
National Institute of Standards & Technology
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the development of innovative instruments and techniques for elucidating atomic and molecular photoionization processes and for defining national radiometric standards.
Nominated by: GIMS

Robert G Parr [1960]
Carnegie Mellon University
Citation: Not available
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Lyman G Parratt [1937]
Cornell University
Citation: Not available
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Michele Parrinello [1991]
ETH Zurich
Citation: For the development of novel and powerful methods for the simulation of molecular and fermionic systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Joel R. Parriott [2021]
American Astronomical Society
Citation: For sustained, influential public policy work supporting, mentoring, and generating community-based input to scientific decision-making at the national level.
Nominated by: FPS

V Adrian Parsegian [2015]
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Citation: For seminal contributions to biological physics by formulating and measuring forces organizing biological molecules and driving transitions in ionic channels and macromolecules to connect molecular structure, conformation, and function.
Nominated by: DBIO

John Parsons [2008]
Columbia University
Citation: For his many contributions to the electronics of the ZEUS and D0 experiments and for his leading role in the calorimeter readout electronics and the management of the ATLAS experiment.
Nominated by: DPF

Raghuveer Parthasarathy [2020]
University of Oregon
Citation: For creative and innovative contributions to biological physics especially to our understanding of the gut microbiome and lipid bilayers.
Nominated by: DBIO

Dale Lee Partin [1991]
Delphi Electric and Safety
Citation: For contributions to tunable lead-rare earth-chalcogenide diode lasers.
Nominated by: FIAP

Jay M. Pasachoff [1986]
Williams College
Citation: In recognition of your research work in a wide range of astronomical fields- including the solar corona at total solar eclipses and interstellar deuterium and its cosmological consequences- and bringing contemporary research to students through your textbooks.
Nominated by: DAP

Kent Paschke [2019]
University of Virginia
Citation: For using parity violation in electron scattering to study the structure of the nucleon and nuclei and the physics beyond the standard model, and for achieving unprecedented control over helicity-correlated systematic errors associated with polarized electron beams.
Nominated by: DNP

Arthur Paskin [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Matteo Pasquali [2016]
Rice University
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the understanding of carbon nanotube and graphene soft phases, and for the development of routes for making novel carbon nanotube soft conductors for interfacing with biological systems.
Nominated by: DSOFT

Barbara Pasquini [2020]
University of Pavia
Citation: For important work developing and improving theoretical tools, including dispersion relations, light-front models, and Wigner distributions which increase the sensitivity of both low- and high-energy experiments such as Compton scattering and tomography, to the fundamental structure of hadrons.
Nominated by: GHP

Elio Passaglia [1964]
National Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
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Laurence Passell [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
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S Pasternack [1954]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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Neelesh A. Patankar [2012]
Northwestern University
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the understanding of superhydrophobicity, the development of computational methods for immersed bodies, and the numerical analysis of electroosmotic flows
Nominated by: DFD

Alexander Z. Patashinski [2003]
Northwestern University
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the development of the contemporary theory of critical phenomena, particularly for the discovery of scale invariance.
Nominated by: DCMP

Brooks H. Pate [2008]
University of Virginia
Citation: Brooks H. Pate is recognized for his contributions to understanding intramolecular vibrational dynamics and for the development of laser- and microwave spectroscopy techniques to probe molecular kinetics by dynamic rotational spectroscopy.
Nominated by: DCP

Chandra K.N. Patel [1967]
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Citation: Not available
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Jamshed Ruttonshaw Patel [1987]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For contributions to the methodology of X-ray characterization of crystalline solids and to the fundamental understanding of dislocations in semiconductors and oxygen precipitation and stacking faults in silicon.
Nominated by: DCMP

Pravesh Patel [2013]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For pioneering contributions in the science of ultraintense laser-matter interaction and particle acceleration and applications to creating and probing high energy density plasma states, and for his leadership in advancing the fast ignition concept for inertial confinement fusion.
Nominated by: DPP

Vithalbhai L. Patel [1980]
Not available
Citation: None
Nominated by: DPP

James McEwan Paterson [1991]
Stanford University
Citation: For many contributions to the design, construction, and development of electron-position colliders; from state of the art storage rings to research and development on new linear collider techniques.
Nominated by: DPB

Raj K Pathria [1976]
Universitly of Waterloo
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAP

Robert F Paton [1935]
University of Illinois
Citation: Not available
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Richard M Patrick [1967]
Avco-Everett Research Lab
Citation: Not available
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A. H. Patterson [1921]
University of North Carolina
Citation: Not available
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Arthur L Patterson [1939]
Bryn Mawr College
Citation: Not available
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Gary David Patterson [1981]
Bell Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPOLY

J. Ritchie Patterson [2003]
Cornell University
Citation: For her key role in the analysis and interpretation of CLEO data on the weak decays of B mesons, the determination of the elements of the CKM matrix, and the search for physics beyond the Standard Model.
Nominated by: DPF

Robert A Patterson [1928]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
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Carl Elliott Patton [1984]
Colorado State University
Citation: For Contributions to the understanding of dynamic magnetization processes in ferro and ferrimagnetic materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

David i Paul [1966]
Columbia University
Citation: Not available
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Peter Paul [1981]
SUNY at Stony Brook
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

George Algis Paulikas [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Linus Pauling [1931]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
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Manfred Paulini [2017]
Carnegie Mellon University
Citation: For leadership in heavy flavor physics and research connecting particle physics to cosmology, including important contributions to searches for charge conjugation parity symmetry violation in rare B0s decays at Collider Detector at Fermilab and the production of dark matter in events with photons at CMS.
Nominated by: DPF

John F. Paulson [1994]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For pioneering experimental studies on molecular physics processes in weak plasmas, especially for research on ion-molecule reactions, photodissociation of molecular ions, and electron attachment to molecules.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Christoph Paus [2011]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For his many contributions to the success of the CDF experiment including his leadership and creative analysis approach in the observation of B_s mixing and measurement of delta_M_s along with his hardware leadership of the of our level-3 trigger and Time-of-flight system.
Nominated by: DPF

Hugh C Paxton [1959]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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Gerald L. Payne [1989]
University of Iowa
Citation: For contributions to the theory of noncompact few-body equations and numerical investigations of the bound and continuum three-nucleon systems including the effects of Coulomb and three-body forces.
Nominated by: GFB

Thomas Peacock [2021]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For pioneering investigations into the dynamics of internal waves and internal tides in the ocean using imaginative laboratory experiments and field studies, for the identification of Lagrangian coherent structures in turbulent flow, and the application of fluid mechanics to deep-sea mining.
Nominated by: DFD

Arne J. Pearlstein [2014]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For important fundamental contributions to the understanding of the stability of fluid motion, including computational studies of convection and solidification of binary and multi-component fluids.
Nominated by: DFD

Edgar A Pearlstein [1965]
University of Nebraska
Citation: Not available
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Edgar A Pearlstein [1965]
University of Nebraska
Citation: Not available
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Robert M. Pearlstein [1980]
Indiana University and Purdue University
Citation: Not Provided
Nominated by: DBIO

Thomas Perine Pearsall [1996]
University of Washington
Citation: For seminal contributions to the InGaAsP alloy system, a material used in the emitter and detector components of optical fibre communication links.
Nominated by: FIAP

Gerald L Pearson [1935]
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Citation: Not available
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Stephen John Pearton [2005]
University of Florida
Citation: For development of advanced semiconductor processing techniques and understanding of the role of defects and impurities on compound semiconductor devices.
Nominated by: FIAP

D C Peaslee [1956]
Purdue University
Citation: Not available
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Roberto Daniele Peccei [1987]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For contributions to gauge theories of elementary particles, including influential studies of CP violation, axions, and majorons.
Nominated by: DPF

Phillip Pechukas [1986]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For fundamental contributions to theoretical chemical kinetics, to the theory of semiclassical approximation, and to the study of 'quantum chaos'.
Nominated by: DCP

Russell A Peck [1963]
Brown University
Citation: Not available
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Louis M. Pecora [2002]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For stimulating research in analysis and application of nonlinear and chaotic systems regarding synchronization of oscillators, applications of chaos to communication systems, and data analysis using state space reconstructions.
Nominated by: GSNP

Robert Pecora [1980]
Stanford University
Citation: Not Provided
Nominated by: DPOLY

Hans Laszlo Pecseli [1994]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For numerous contributions to the demonstration and understanding of vortices in magnetized plasmas, including the development of novel experimental methods for plasma turbulence investigations.
Nominated by: FIP

Thomas Pedersen [2015]
Columbia University
Citation: For seminal studies of pure electron plasmas in a stellarator and for active stabilization of resistive wall modes up to the ideal wall limit in a tokamak.
Nominated by: DPP

Mark R. Pederson [1999]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For significantly enhancing the density-functional-based predictive capabilities in molecular and cluster physics by unique developments, implementations and applications of novel computational algorithms.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Timothy John Pedley [2005]
University of Cambridge
Citation: For manifold contributions to biofluiddynamics and great dedication to the international fluid dynamics community.
Nominated by: DFD

P James Peebles [1964]
Princeton University
Citation: Not available
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William Anthony Peebles [2005]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For his leadership in developing the field of turbulence measurements in hot, magnetically confined plasmas.
Nominated by: DPP

F. W. Peek [1922]
General Electric Company
Citation: Not available
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James M Peek [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Paul Suart Peercy [1985]
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Citation: For fundamental studies in solid state physics, particularly structural phase transitions and light scattering, ion implantation, ion beam analysis and laser annealing solids.
Nominated by: DCMP

Francois M. Peeters [2005]
University of Antwerp
Citation: For his sustained, important contributions to theoretical solid state physics, in particular to the areas of mesoscopic superconductivity and nanostructured semiconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

David John Pegg [1991]
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Citation: For contributions to the knowledge of the structure and collisional properties of positive and negative ions. The work involves the application of photon and electron spectroscopic techniques to fast beam sources.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Stephen G. Peggs [2001]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: For his important contributions to the study of nonlinear dynamical effects in accelerators and for his contributions to the successful design, construction and operation of the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider.
Nominated by: DPB

Ronald F Peierls [1965]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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Hiranya Peiris [2016]
University College London
Citation: For significant contributions to the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe project, Planck analyses, and the application of advanced statistical techniques to a wide range of astronomical data.
Nominated by: DAP

Suhithi M. Peiris [2016]
Air Force Research Laboratory
Citation: For technical leadership in the dynamical and chemical behavior of energetic materials, for technical advances in both static and dynamic high pressure physics methods, and for sustained leadership and service to the American Physical Society and energetic materials community.
Nominated by: GSCCM

Chaim L Pekeris [1941]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

J R Pellam [1953]
National Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Claudio Pellegrini [1987]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For contributions to the theory and practice of e+e- colliding beams leading to applications in free electron lasers, synchrotron radiation and very high energy particle acceleration.
Nominated by: DPF

G T Pelsor [1955]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Jonathan P Pelz [2017]
Ohio State University
Citation: For national leadership in improving graduate education including developing and promoting bridge program components that mentor and support talented students toward doctoral physics degrees who might not otherwise gain acceptance into traditional programs.
Nominated by: FED

Harold Pender [1932]
University of Pennsylvania
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Ann-Marie Martensson Pendrill [1997]
Chalmers University of Technology
Citation: For her contributions to the development and used of atomic many-body methods to explore relativistic effects and parity non-conservation in heavy atoms.
Nominated by: FIP

J Pendry [2015]
Imperial College London
Citation: For the discovery of metamaterials.
Nominated by: DMP

Jen-Chieh Peng [1993]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For his pioneering work determining the △ nucleus interaction through (pi+, k+) studies, for nuclear eta-meson production experiments and high-energy dimoun production experiments in nuclei.
Nominated by: DNP

Y-K Martin Peng [1996]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For the development of the low aspect ratio "spherical" tokamak concept.
Nominated by: DPP

David Robert Penn [1991]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For creative theoretical solutions of experimental puzzles in electron and optical spectroscopy and his work on models of semiconductors and on magnetic phase diagram.
Nominated by: DCMP

Stanford S Penner [1962]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Thomas Penney [1985]
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Citation: For fundamental studies in rare earth materials clarifying the configurational (valence) transition, the effect of phonons and local enviromental on valence instabilities, and the role of the magnetic polaron in the metal insulator transition.
Nominated by: DCMP

Michael R. Pennington [2014]
Jefferson Laboratory
Citation: For accomplishments in theoretical physics including describing the spectrum of mesons of QCD, in particular elucidating the role and nature of scalar mesons and for advancing our understanding of the strong-coupling regime of QCD through study of the Schwinger-Dyson and Bethe-Salpeter Equations.
Nominated by: DNP

Stephen John Pennycook [1991]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For the development of high-resolution Z-contrast transmission electron microscopy.
Nominated by: DCMP

Seppo Ilmari Penttila [1999]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For his work on the development of polarized targets and beams leading to understanding of the nucleon-nucleon interaction at medium energies, nuclear structure, and parity violation in compound-nuclear states.
Nominated by: DNP

Perry A. Penz [1980]

Citation: Not Provided
Nominated by: DCMP

Arno A Penziaz [1975]
Bell Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Ray Pepinsky [1950]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Nikolaos A. Peppas [1997]
Purdue University
Citation: For exemplary research on the effects of structure and molecular relaxations of polymers on the diffusion and transport of penetrants and solutes and the development of theories of diffusion through polymers.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Michael Pepper [1991]
University of Cambridge
Citation: For experimental studies of localization and of the properties of confined electron systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Dvora Perahia [2011]
Clemson University
Citation: For her outstanding contributions to the understanding of complex fluids formed by assemblies of strongly interacting polymers, through the use of elastic and inelastic neutron scattering.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Matjaz Perc [2019]
University of Maribor
Citation: For seminal theoretical contributions to the physics of social systems which have strengthened the ties between physics and society through the promotion of human cooperation, the provisioning of public goods, and the maintenance of biodiversity.
Nominated by: FPS

John Paul Perdew [1991]
Tulane University
Citation: For the discovery of exact fundamental relationships and the construction of useful approximations in the density functional theory of atoms, molecules, and solids.
Nominated by: DCMP

Charles F. Perdrisat [2002]
College of William & Mary
Citation: For his leadership of studies of the electromagnetic structure of the proton through polarization transfer, which have shown large differences between the distributions of charge and magnetization.
Nominated by: DNP

Vasili V. Perebeinos [2013]
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the theory of optical and transport properties of carbon nanotubes and graphene.
Nominated by: FIAP

Alan Perelson [2015]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For seminal contributions to the development of dynamical models of HIV infection, for elucidating therapeutic responses of HCV, and for helping found the fields of viral dynamics and theoretical immunology.
Nominated by: DBIO

Unil A. G. Perera [2005]
Georgia State University
Citation: For contributions to the science and technology of homo and heterojunction quantum structures, especially infrared and terahertz sensors and artificial neurons.
Nominated by: FIAP

Francis W Perkins [1976]
Plasma Physics Lab
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Astrophysics
Nominated by: DPP

Katherine K Perkins [2021]
University of Colorado Boulder
Citation: For profound contributions to physics education through the vision and leadership of the PhET project, resulting in the creation of many high-quality interactive simulations for teaching physics to hundreds of millions of students and teachers globally.
Nominated by: FED

Natalia Perkins [2016]
University of Minnesota
Citation: For theoretical studies of the low-energy behavior of strongly correlated electron systems that exhibit an interplay of orbital and spin degrees of freedom.
Nominated by: DCMP

Roger B Perkins [1972]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Particles and Fields.
Nominated by: DNP

Thomas T Perkins [2017]
JILA
Citation: For innovations in precision measurement of dynamic biological systems at the smallest scales.
Nominated by: DBIO

Morris L Perlman [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

Saul Perlmutter [2000]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For pioneering contributions to cosmology, including development of new search techniques that led to discovery of numerous distant supernovae and strong evidence for the accelerated expansion of the universe.
Nominated by: DAP

G J Perlow [1957]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Rosalba Perna [2014]
State University of New York, Stony Brook
Citation: For her pioneering contributions to our understanding of the long and short gamma-ray bursts, including the development of advanced models to describe their properties and environments, calculations of their particle and radiative emission, and innovative treatment of the time-dependent photoinization in the dusty environment around the bursts.
Nominated by: DAP

Udo Pernisz [2008]
Dow Corning Corporation
Citation: For his contributions to making siloxane resins a commercial success as spin-on dielectrics in the IC industry, and his investigations of the luminescence of Si-containing organic and inorganic compounds that led to the development of novel materials for photonics applications.
Nominated by: FIAP

W R Perret [1953]
Sandia Corporation
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Anthony Edward Perry [1998]
University of Melbourne
Citation: For physical insights into the behavior of turbulence, structure-based modeling approaches, elegant use of scaling arguments, and inspirational teaching.
Nominated by: DFD

Clive Howe Perry [1965]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Clive H. Perry [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For sustained contributions to the fields of far-infrared, Raman and inelastic neutron scattering spectroscopy of ferroelectrics, magnetic materials, and semiconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

David S. Perry [2009]
University of Akron
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the understanding of the dynamics of molecular vibrations, especially the important roles large-amplitude motions play in intramolecular vibrational redistribution (IVR) of flexible molecules.
Nominated by: DCP

Joseph E Perry [1960]
Los Alamos, New Mexico
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Joseph W. Perry [2009]
Georgia Institute of Technology
Citation: For seminal contributions to the understanding, development and application of organic nonlinear optical materials.
Nominated by: DLS

Robert James Perry [1999]
Ohio State University
Citation: For the development of renormalization group coupling coherence and the identification of a simple confinement mechanism, which led to a constituent picture in light-front QCD.
Nominated by: DNP

P S Pershan [1969]
Harvard University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Kristin A. Persson [2021]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: For leadership and vision in the field of data-driven materials design, and for pioneering work on the Materials Project.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Murray Peshkin [1960]
Northwestern University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Peter Pesic [2010]
St. Johns College
Citation: For his contributions to the history of physics from the broad perspectives of intellectual and cultural history, and for his editorial work on reprint volumes of classic works in physics.
Nominated by:

Hrvoje Petek [2002]
University of Pittsburgh
Citation: For development and application of interferometric time-resolved photoemission to studies of ultrafast electron and nuclear dynamics at metal surfaces.
Nominated by: DLS

Martin Peter [1962]
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Robert Edwin Peterkin [2004]
Air Force Research Laboratory
Citation: For visionary research and leadership in developing advanced computational methods in plasma physics and applying them to systems of geometric complexity.
Nominated by: DCOMP

A Peterlin [1963]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Chauncey G. Peters [1923]
Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Leo J Peters [1931]
Gulf Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Michael H. Peters [2001]
Florida State University
Citation: For contributions to the computational physics of aerosols and gas/solids systems and to computational non-equilibrium statistical mechanics of aerosols.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Gerald Alvin Peterson [1992]
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Citation: For the first measurement of elastic magnetic electron scattering from nuclei and for the development of 180 degrees scattering as a tool for nuclear-structure studies.
Nominated by: DNP

James R Peterson [1970]
Stanford Research Institute
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Chemical Physics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Kirk Peterson [2011]
Washington State University
Citation: For his substantial accomplishments in quantum chemistry, notably his development of quantum chemical methods including the extension of the correlation consistent basis sets to nearly the entire Periodic Table and for his elegant applications in main group chemistry.
Nominated by: DCP

Laurence Elmer Peterson [1983]
University of California, San Diego
Citation: For pioneering work in gamma-ray astrophysical observation and instrumentation.
Nominated by: DAP

Norman L Peterson [1975]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Roy Jerome Peterson [1988]
University of Colorado, Boulder
Citation: For providing innovative ideas and conducting fundamental experiments on the collective modes and isospin properties of nuclei using probes of electrons, pions, and light ions.
Nominated by: DNP

Richard W. Peterson [2004]
Bethel University
Citation: Locally and nationally he has creatively fostered developments and extensions of physics laboratory work to better instruct and engage undergraduates and to encourage their productive interaction with industry.
Nominated by: FED

Vincent Zetterberg Peterson [1989]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For the study of the properties and interactions of neutrinos, and for leadership in developing new detectors for neutrino astrophysics, and for contributions to the study of the photoproduction of mesons.
Nominated by: DPF

Amanda Petford-Long [2008]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For incisive electron microscopy and atom probe microscopy studies of structure-property relationships in thin films and nanostructures, with emphasis on magnetic nanostructures with applications in information storage technology.
Nominated by: DMP

Christopher J Pethick [1985]
NORDITA
Citation: For his extensive contributions to the theory of condensed matter systems, ranging from low temperature helium and superconductors to condensed astrophysical objects and nuclear matter.
Nominated by: DCMP

Warner L. Peticolas [1987]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his seminal contribution to resonance and classical Raman spectroscopy and its use in the study of large molecules of biological interest.
Nominated by: DBIO

Richard D Petrasso [2003]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For the comprehensive use of quantitative charged particle spectroscopy allowing significant advances in understanding of laser driven implosions, and for leadership in the national ICF program.
Nominated by: DPP

Gerassimos Petratos [2008]
Kent State University
Citation: For numerous contributions to high energy electromagnetic physics, including the SLAC nucleon spin physics program, and the SLAC and Jefferson Lab few-body physics programs.
Nominated by: DNP

Peter Petreczky [2016]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: For seminal contributions to the understanding of color screening and quarkonium properties in the quark-gluon plasma based on lattice quantum chromodynamics and effective field theory approaches.
Nominated by: DNP

Sarah E Petrie [1976]
Eastman Kodak Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPOLY

Frank Petriello [2013]
Northwestern University
Citation: For pioneering new methods in the application of perturbative quantum chromodynamics to high-energy processes, and for computing high precision, fully exclusive production cross sections for electroweak vector bosons and Higgs bosons at hadron colliders.
Nominated by: DPF

Richard L Petritz [1965]
Dallas, Texas
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Pierre M. Petroff [1989]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For developing novel spectroscopic methods to characterize the structure and electronic properties of defects, interfaces, and superlattices of semiconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

Athos Petrou [1997]
State University of New York, Buffalo
Citation: For optical studies of heterostructures and elucidating their band structure and optical properties.
Nominated by: DCMP

Alexey Petrov [2015]
Wayne State University
Citation: For contributions to heavy flavor physics, in particular studies of charm quarks and contributions to indirect searches for physics beyond the Standard Model.
Nominated by: DPF

Cedomir Petrovic [2015]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding contributions to understanding of heavy fermion materials through synthesis and characterization of new systems, particularly CeCoIn5.
Nominated by: DCMP

Zoran Petrovic [2010]
Institute of Physics
Citation: For fundamental investigations of charged particle transport in low temperature plasmas and their interactions with bounding surfaces.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Fred Petrovich [1990]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For leadership in the effort to understand the spectrocopy and dynamics of the scattering of elementary probes from nuclei and related aspects of nuclear structure at a microscopic level.
Nominated by: DNP

Harry E Petschek [1967]
Avco-Everett Research Lab
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Jason R Petta [2019]
Princeton University
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the field of semiconductor quantum devices, including coherent manipulation of electron spin states in double quantum wells, the realization of multi-qubit silicon-based quantum devices, and observation of single electron-single spin coupling in cavity quantum-dot circuits.
Nominated by: DQI

Bernard M. Pettitt [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For accomplishments ranging from contributing to the basic physics governing polar molecules in the liquid state to contributions aimed at elucidating the most fundamental and detailed aspects of biomolecular conformational structure and dynamics in solution.
Nominated by: DBIO

Clinton Petty [2007]
General Atomics
Citation: For accurate measurements of rf-driven non-inductive current profiles leading to the validation of theory in unprecedented detail, and for innovative developments in heat transport scaling with dimensionless parameters.
Nominated by: DPP

Aihud Pevsner [1966]
Johns Hopkins University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

E Gale Pewitt [1972]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Sigrid Doris Peyerimhoff [1991]
University of Bonn
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the development of ab initio methods in theoretical molecular structure and their application to wide variety of molecular species and processes.
Nominated by: DCP

Nasser Peyghambarian [1994]
University of Arizona
Citation: For measuring the nonlinear optical properties, optical switching potential, and coherent dynamical response of inorganic and organic semiconducting bulk crystals and quantum dots.
Nominated by: DLS

Tilman Pfau [2014]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For observations of dipolar BEC, Rydberg blockades in ultracold atomic gases and in thermal micro-cells, and ultralong range Rydberg molecules.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Peter M. Pfeifer [1999]
University of Missouri
Citation: For studies of strongly-disordered surfaces and for fundamental work in molecular superselection rules.
Nominated by: DCMP

Thomas Pfeifer [2016]
Max-Planck-Instituteitut für Kernphysik
Citation: For seminal contributions to atomic and molecular dynamics and spectroscopy through the application of attosecond extreme ultraviolet pulses, especially the development of optical phase manipulation of spectral lines, Lorentz to Fano, which-way interference, and four wave mixing.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Loren N. Pfeiffer [1994]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For contributions to the growth of ultra-high mobility semiconductor materials, the innovative use of molecular beam epitaxy, and the physics of low-dimensional electronic systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Olivier R. Pfister [2013]
University of Virginia
Citation: For his groundbreaking contributions to quantum optics applied to quantum information and precision measurements, including his discovery of the use of the quantum optical frequency comb of a single optical resonator as a support for massively scalable quantum information.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Anh Tuan Phan [2014]
Nanyang Technological University
Citation: For his significant contributions in understanding non-canonical nucleic acid motifs, particularly the i-motif and the G-quadruplex by developing novel NMR techniques.
Nominated by: DBIO

Raymond Jeffrey Phaneuf [2019]
University of Maryland
Citation: For development of novel industrial applications of thin film techniques including coatings for the protection of cultural heritage objects against corrosion and directed-assembly of nanostructures on semiconductor surfaces.
Nominated by: FIAP

Ronald Arthur Phaneuf [1986]
University of Nevada, Reno
Citation: For his contributions to the understanding of multicharged ion interactions in the areas of charge transfer and of many electron effects in electron-ion collisions.
Nominated by: DAMOP

A. Phelps [2011]
University of Strathclyde
Citation: For his outstanding contributions to the application of relativistic electron beams for novel high power microwave generation and the laboratory simulation of electromagnetic wave phenomena in natural plasmas.
Nominated by: DPP

Arthur V Phelps [1959]
Westinghouse Research Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Herbert R Philipp [1962]
General Electric Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Melba Philipps [1938]
Brooklyn College
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Cynthia Kieras Phillips [2005]
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Citation: In recognition of her fundamental theoretical and experimental contributions to the understanding of radio frequency wave-particle interactions in fusion plasmas.
Nominated by: DPP

Daniel Phillips [2008]
Ohio University
Citation: For his research on effective hadronic theories of few-nucleon systems, especially on the role of the Delta (1232) and the description of electromagnetic reactions on light nuclei, and their application in obtaining reliable information on neutron properties from experimental data.
Nominated by: GFB

Gerald C Phillips [1960]
The Rice Institute
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James Alfred Phillips [1960]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Julia M. Phillips [1993]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: For her contributions to the understanding of the growth mechanisms and properties of epitaxial heterostructures involving structurally and electrically dissimilar materials.
Nominated by: DMP

Lyle W Phillips [1940]
University of Illinois
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Norman E Phillips [1977]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Philip W. Phillips [2002]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For creative theoretical contributions to the studies of strongly correlated electronic systems, including the random dimer model and superconductor-insulator transitions.
Nominated by: DCMP

Richard Phillips [2007]
University of Cambridge
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of coherent quantum optical processes in semiconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

Rob Phillips [2009]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the theoretical understanding of the influence of mechanical forces on biochemical processes, and for teaching physics in biological settings through workshops and textbook authorship.
Nominated by: DBIO

Thomas G Phillips [1975]
Bell Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

W D Phillips [1962]
E.I. duPont de Nemours
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

William Daniel Phillips [1986]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For outstanding contributions to atomic physics, especially the laser cooling and trapping of neutral atomic beams, and the determination of fundamental constants.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Simon R. Phillpot [2008]
University of Florida
Citation: For sustained contributions to developing microscopic mechanistic understanding of interfacial phenomena in materials using atomic-level simulations methods, in particular thermal transport behavior.
Nominated by: DMP

Michael Ronald Philpott [1986]
Not available
Citation: For pioneering theoretical and spectroscopic studies, of the electronic vibrational properties of organic solids, Langmuir films and electrode interfaces.
Nominated by: DCP

E. Sterl Phinney [1996]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For his contributions to our understanding of black-hole electrodynamics, AGNs and quasars, binary and millisecond pulsars, and globular cluster dynamics; and his method for measuring the intergalactic magnetic field.
Nominated by: DAP

Nanette Phinney [1993]
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For her many contributions to the successful development and operation of the Stanford Linear Collider.
Nominated by: DPB

Kok-Khoo Phua [2009]
World Scientific Publishing Co
Citation: For tireless efforts to strengthen scientific research throughout Asia and promote international physics education and scholarly exchanges, and for enriching science and education through the World Scientific Publishing Company he founded.
Nominated by: FIP

So-Young Pi [2014]
Boston University
Citation: For her seminal contributions to the phenomenon of density fluctuations in theories of cosmic inflation.
Nominated by: DAP

Maria N. Piancastelli [2014]
Uppsala University
Citation: For studies of electronic structure and dynamics of core-excited and core-ionized atoms and molecules by means of x-ray spectroscopic tools.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Piero Antonio Pianetta [2006]
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For his pioneering contributions to the synchrotron based photoelectron spectroscopy study of electronic structure of surfaces and interfaces.
Nominated by: DCMP

Eli Piasetzky [2015]
Tel Aviv University
Citation: For pioneering explorations of the high momentum structure of the nuclear wave function using high energy probes and the discovery of the dominance of proton-neutron pairs.
Nominated by: DNP

Francis Pichanik [1971]
University of Massachusetts
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Goran Pichler [2000]
University of Zagreb
Citation: For pioneering studies of atomic line broadening and intermetallic molecules while fostering international ties through an extensive collaborative network.
Nominated by: FIP

Stanley J Pickart [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Warren Earl Pickett [1989]
University of California, Davis
Citation: For developments in the theoretical understanding of electronic and magnetic properties of crystalline solids, both metals and insulators.
Nominated by: DCMP

Silvia Picozzi [2019]
CNR-SPIN Chieti
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the fundamental understanding of microscopic mechanisms linking magnetic and electric dipolar degrees of freedom, through advanced modeling of ferroelectrics, antiferromagnets, and multiferroics.
Nominated by: DMP

Gerald S Picus [1960]
Anaheim University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Robert W Pidd [1959]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Piotr Piecuch [2008]
Michigan State University
Citation: For his outstanding contributions to electronic structure and quantum many-body theories, in particular developments in coupled-cluster theory, important advances in understanding molecular properties, chemical reactivities and intermolecular interactions as well as nuclear structure, through discerning use of computational methods.
Nominated by: DCP

Jorge Piekarewicz [2005]
Florida State University
Citation: For seminal and sustained research on fundamental nuclear physics problems using novel computational tools, particularly on the nuclear equation of state and its impact on the physics of neutron stars.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Alexander J. Piel [2006]
Institut fur Experimentelle und Angewandte Physik, Germany
Citation: For significant contributions in opening the field of dusty plasma experiments, discoveries of new self-organized structures in strongly-coupled plasmas, and innovative contributions to research on plasma turbulence and the ionosphere.
Nominated by: DPP

Helmut Piel [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For basic contributions to the application of RF superconductivity for scientific research instruments.
Nominated by: DPB

W H Pielemeier [1946]
State College of Pennsylvania
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Steven Charles Pieper [1996]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding work in developing computational techniques to address important problems in nuclear physics, in particular to address problems in the many-body theory of nuclei and direct nuclear reactions.
Nominated by: DNP

Andreas Piepke [2016]
University of Alabama
Citation: For substantial contribution to elucidating the nature of neutrinos, particularly his leadership in developing new techniques in the field of low background physics.
Nominated by: DNP

Aaron Thomas Pierce [2017]
University of Michigan
Citation: For exceptional research in theoretical particle physics beyond the Standard Model and its experimental consequences, especially in dark matter and collider physics.
Nominated by: DPF

Daniel T. Pierce [1989]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For studies of electron-spin-polarization phenomena at surfaces and for the development of electron-polarization sources.
Nominated by: DCMP

J R Pierce [1945]
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

W. J. Pietenpol [1928]
University of Colorado
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Luciano Pietronero [1990]
University of Roma
Citation: For contributions to the theory of fractals, including the dielectric-breakdown model and his extensions of the theory of diffusion-limited aggregation and applications of fractal methods to astronomy.
Nominated by: DCMP

Leo E. Piilonen [2013]
Virginia Technical Institute
Citation: For his important experimental contributions in the areas of lepton physics, CP violation, the CKM matrix, and quarkonia; and for his leadership of the Belle and Belle II Collaborations.
Nominated by: DPF

E W Pike [1957]
Raytheon Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Arkady Pikovsky [2014]
University of Potsdam
Citation: For many fundamental contributions to the statistical theory of chaos, pattern formation, and synchronization.
Nominated by: GSNP

Fulvia Pilat [2017]
Jefferson Laboratory
Citation: For scientific leadership in the JLEIC effort at Jefferson Laboratory, contributions to the successful commissioning of CEBAF accelerator's 12 GeV upgrade, and to the development and operations of Brookhaven National Laboratory's Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider.
Nominated by: DPB

James Eric Pilcher [1987]
University of Chicago
Citation: For contributions to lepton pair production in quark-antiquark annihilations and measurements of quark structure function of pions.
Nominated by: DPF

Pierre Pillet [1999]
Laboratoire Aime Cotton
Citation: For fundamental work in adiabatic population transfer, many body interactions in a frozen Rydberg gas, and the formation of cold molecules.
Nominated by: DAMOP

George C Pimentel [1965]
University of California
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Philip A. Pincus [2001]
University of California, Santa Barbara
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the theory of polymers, biopolymers, colloids, and complex fluids.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Aron Pinczuk [1987]
Columbia University
Citation: For his pioneering work on the application of light-scattering to study the properties of two-dimensional electron systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Ronald S. Pindak [1985]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: In recognition of his experimental contributions to the study of long-range order in two- and three- dimensional liquid crystalline systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

David J. Pine [1997]
University of California, Santa Barbara
Citation: For the development of light scattering techniques, including diffusing-wave spectroscopy, and their application to the study of complex fluids.
Nominated by: DCMP

Alexander Pines [1978]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

David Pines [1960]
General Atomic
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Yuan Ping [2015]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For pioneering experiments exploring the nature, equilibration, and use of nonequilibrium plasmas strongly driven by coherent and incoherent sources.
Nominated by: DPP

Klaus Pinkau [1988]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For leadership in space astrophysics and plasma physics in the Federa; Republic of Germany; for helping to establish the field of gamma-ray astronomy and for his pioneering contributions to the highly successful gamma-ray astronomy satellite, COS-B.
Nominated by: DAP

Frederick E. Pinkerton [1996]
General Motors R&D Center
Citation: For his research on the physics of rare earth-transition metal materials and his contributions to the establishment of a commercial permanent magnet technology.
Nominated by: FIAP

William T Pinkston [1969]
Vanderbilt University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Lal Ariyaratna Pinnaduwage [2004]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For his pioneering work in developing micromechanical cantilever-based sensors for detection of explosive vapors and elucidation of fundamental physical principles underlying the thermally-induced nanodeflagartions for chemical selectivity.
Nominated by: GIMS

Eric H. Pinnington [1995]
University of Alberta
Citation: For his extensive studies of highly ionized and excited atoms and the development of new techniques for the precise determination of lifetimes and oscillator strengths of cosmological significance.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Stephen S Pinsky [2004]
Ohio State University
Citation: For pathbreaking research on glueballs, light-cone field theory and supersymmetric discrete light cone quantization.
Nominated by: DPF

Ugo Piomelli [2002]
University of Maryland
Citation: For important and insightful contributions to the development of large eddy simulation techniques and to the understanding of wall-bounded turbulent flows.
Nominated by: DFD

E R Piore [1949]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Francis Pipkin [1971]
Harvard University
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optic Physics.
Nominated by: DNP

Alberto Pique [2014]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For achievements in laser materials processing and developing the laser-induced forward transfer of nanoparticle inks and complex suspensions for the direct-write of functional materials for applications in micro-power sources, chem/bio sensors and printed electronics.
Nominated by: FIAP

Sergio Pirozzoli [2016]
University of Rome - Sapienza
Citation: For the development of elegant and accurate numerical methods, and for fundamental insights into turbulence and shock-turbulence interactions in high-speed flows.
Nominated by: DFD

Robert D. Pisarski [2000]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: For important contributions to the study of QCD at high temperatures.
Nominated by: DPF

Leonid Pismen [2015]
Israel Institute of Technology
Citation: For pioneering and ingenious contributions to fundamental fluid dynamics, particularly interfacial flows, dynamics of moving contact lines, and the analysis of instabilities and pattern formation in diverse systems.
Nominated by: DFD

David William Piston [2000]
Vanderbilt University
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the development, application, and dissemination of quantitative spectroscopic methods to the imaging of proteins and small molecules, their environment, and their interactions within single living cells.
Nominated by: DBIO

Leanne C Pitchford [2019]
Paul Sabatier University
Citation: For outstanding service to the industrial and applied physics communities in the area of low-temperature plasma modeling through the development of new approaches for solution of the electron gas Boltzmann equation, modeling software, evaluated data sets, and open-access websites.
Nominated by: FIAP

Heinz Pitsch [2012]
Stanford University
Citation: For groundbreaking contributions to the development of large-eddy simulations of turbulent combustion as well as their application to aircraft-engine, gas-turbine and reciprocating-engine combustion
Nominated by: DFD

Stuart Pittel [1989]
University of Delaware
Citation: For his pioneering work on the role of the neutron-proton interaction in producing nuclear deformation and for many contributions to our understanding of the microscopic origin of nuclear collectivity.
Nominated by: DNP

Kevin T. Pitts [2014]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For his leading role in heavy-flavor physics at the Tevatron Collider, including the first evidence of CP violation in bottom mesons, and for significant contributions to triggering at the Collider.
Nominated by: DPF

K S Pitzer [1949]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Gilbert J Plain [1962]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Antoni Planes [2015]
Universitat de Barcelona
Citation: For outstanding and original contributions to the study of fundamental aspects of phase transition dynamics in functional materials.
Nominated by: DMP

Richard James Plano [1963]
Rutgers University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

G Plasczck [1945]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Franz Plasil [1980]

Citation: Not Provided
Nominated by: DNP

H. H. Plaskett [1925]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

John S Plaskett [1959]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Philip M Platzman [1969]
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Robert L Platzman [1960]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Donald J Plazek [1973]
University of Pittsburgh
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPOLY

Michel Pleimling [2015]
Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Citation: For seminal and sustained contributions to computational statistical physics, specifically his investigations of complex systems far from thermal equilibrium, and in-depth understanding of non-equilibrium relaxation and physical aging phenomena.
Nominated by: GSNP

Michael Plesniak [2008]
Purdue University
Citation: For fundamental contributions to understanding complex turbulent shear flows including the effects of curvature, multiple strain rates, three-dimensional boundary layers, and non-canonical jets in crossflow.
Nominated by: DFD

Milton S Plesset [1937]
University of Rochester
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Steven J. Plimpton [2013]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: For creating the Large-scale Atomic/Molecular Massively Parallel Simulator (LAMMPS) molecular dynamics package, open-source materials modeling software that has become widely-used by physicists and materials scientist worldwide.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Monica Plisch [2016]
American Physical Society
Citation: For exceptional contributions to the physics community through the direction of the Physics Teacher Education Coalition (PhysTEC) and involvement in other programs to increase the numbers of physics majors and teachers, and strengthen the inclusion of underrepresented groups in Society activities.
Nominated by: FED

Michael Plischke [2006]
Simon Fraser University
Citation: For seminal work on the statistical mechanics of complex systems, including alloys, random magnets, classical fluids, aggregation, random surfaces, interface growth and deposition, and vulcanization.
Nominated by: GSNP

Marek Ploszajczak [2008]
Grand Accel Natl d'ions Lourds
Citation: For his seminal contributions to studies of open quantum systems, his formulation and implementation of the continuum shell model and Gamow Shell Model, and their use to describe weakly bound nuclear states and resonances.
Nominated by: DNP

E. Ward Plummer [1985]
Louisiana State University
Citation: For contributions to the fields of field emission spectroscopy (FES), photoelectron spectroscopy (PES) (including UV, x-ray and especially angle-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy), and electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS).
Nominated by: DCMP

Robert K. Plunkett [2009]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For distinguished contributions throughout the NuMI/MINOS Construction Project and subsequent leadership as co-spokesperson of the MINOS Experiment.
Nominated by: DPF

David F. Plusquellic [2009]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For seminal contributions to the spectroscopic investigation of the conformational dynamics and hydrogen-bonding interactions of biological molecules.
Nominated by: DCP

Earle K Plyler [1935]
University of North Carolina
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

John Milo Poate [1983]
Colorado School of Mines
Citation: For his pioneering work in application of nuclear physics and ion beam techniques to solid state and materials science.
Nominated by: DCMP

Dinko Pocanic [2006]
University of Virginia
Citation: For leading contributions to measurements of rare decays, structure and interactions of the pi meson.
Nominated by: DNP

Darrin Pochan [2011]
University of Delaware
Citation: For experimental explorations of molecular design parameters, kinetic effects, and rheological properties of peptide and block copolymer solution assembly.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Viktor A Podolskiy [2019]
University of Massachusetts Lowell
Citation: For outstanding fundamental contributions to understanding linear and nonlinear light matter interactions in optical composites, metamaterials, and plasmonic media.
Nominated by: DLS

Boris Podolsky [1941]
University of Cincinnati
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Robert T. Poe [1980]
Not available
Citation: Not Provided
Nominated by: DAMOP

Matthew Poelker [2015]
Jefferson Laboratory
Citation: For sustained and transformative work on the development of polarized electron beams, opening new vistas in their application to nuclear and particle physics experiments at the frontiers of knowledge.
Nominated by: DPB

Nikolai Pogorelov [2017]
University of Alabama, Huntsville
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the simulation of space plasma and plasma astrophysical systems.
Nominated by: GPAP

Martin K.W. Pohl [2013]
University of Potsdam
Citation: For significant scientific contributions to cosmic-ray theory, including modeling of cosmic-ray propagation, electron acceleration in supernova remnants, magnetic turbulence production in shocks and his collaborative work in observational gamma-ray astronomy.
Nominated by: DAP

Randolf Pohl [2014]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For the observation of the 2S state of muonic hydrogen and for a precision measurement of the Lamb shift of muonic hydrogen, which has significant implications for the determination of the charge radius of the proton.
Nominated by: GPMFC

Robert Otto Pohl [1972]
Cornell University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Edward H. Poindexter [1993]
United States Army Research Laboratory
Citation: For his identification by EPR of fundamental defects at the silicon-silicon dioxide interface, in particular the Pb center, thereby allowing the physics of the interface to emerge.
Nominated by: DMP

Eric Poisson [2008]
University of Guelph
Citation: For important contributions to the theory of gravitational radiation from compact bodies orbiting black holes, to the theory of back-reaction of the emitted radiation on their motions, and to understanding the implications for gravitational-wave detection.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Valery Pokrovsky [1999]
Texas A&M University
Citation: For contributions to the scaling theory of phase transitions and the commensurate-incommensurate phase transition.
Nominated by: DCMP

John C. Polanyi [1998]
University of Toronto
Citation: For contributions concerning the dynamics of chemical elementary processes.
Nominated by:

Joseph G. Polchinski [1997]
University of California, Santa Barbara
Citation: For his major contributions to the understanding of quantum field theory, supersymmetry and string theory.
Nominated by: DPF

Erwin David Poliakoff [2003]
Louisiana State University
Citation: For contribution to our understanding of molecular photoionization, and the development of methods to elucidate correlations between electronic and nuclear degrees of freedom.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Ronald A. Poling [1998]
University of Minnesota
Citation: For contributions to the experimental understanding of b-quarks and his leadership role in the CLEO collaboration.
Nominated by: DPF

Antonio Politi [2011]
Institute Nazionale Ottica
Citation: For his innovative studies of the nonlinear dynamics of complex systems, including characterization of space-time chaos, theory of stable chaos, microscopic foundations of heat conductivity of nonlinear lattices.
Nominated by: GSNP

Edward Pollack [1997]
University of Connecticut
Citation: For pioneering work in keV energy ion-molecule and atom-molecule collisions leading to a better understanding of electron capture and electronic and vibro-rotationally inelastic interactions.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Gerald L Pollack [1972]
Michigan State University
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Condensed Matter Physics and the Division of Fluid Dynamics.
Nominated by: DCP

Eliyahou Pollak [1994]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For introducing periodic orbit based classical and quantal theories of reactive collisions, ellucidating high energy spectra using periodic orbit normal modes, treating non-harmonic bath-condensed phase reactions.
Nominated by: GFB

Fred Hugo Pollak [1991]
CUNY - Brooklyn College
Citation: For pioneering work in the use of optical methods, particularly modulation and Raman spectroscopies and uniaxial stress to elucidate the electronic and vibrational properties of semiconductors and semiconductor microstructures.
Nominated by: DCMP

Andrew Pollard [2014]
Queen's University
Citation: For sustained and innovative contributions to computational and experimental fluid dynamics and their symbiotic interplay, and exceptional contributions to higher education, including establishment and leadership of networks supporting international collaboration.
Nominated by: DFD

Ernest C Pollard [1935]
Yale University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

W G Pollard [1942]
University of Tennessee
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

W G Pollard [1941]
University of Tennessee
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Steven Pollock [2015]
University of Colorado, Boulder
Citation: For pioneering efforts in upper division physics education research by applying interactive engagement teaching methods and by performing measures of their effectiveness.
Nominated by: GPER

Charles C. Polly [2021]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding leadership of the Fermilab Muon g-2 experiment, resulting in the most precise determination of the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon.
Nominated by: DPF

Alexios Polychronakos [2012]
City College of New York
Citation: For important contributions to the field of statistical mechanics and integrable systems, including the Polychronakos model and the exchange operator formalism, fractional statistics, matrix model description of quantum Hall systems as well as other areas such as noncommutative geometry
Nominated by: DPF

Wayne Nicholas Polyzou [1998]
University of Iowa
Citation: For contributions to understanding the formulation of Poincari invariant few body models.
Nominated by: GFB

Eugene Polzik [2007]
University of Copenhagen
Citation: Development of robust light and matter entanglement and their use in teleportation protocols.
Nominated by: DLS

Melvin Pomerantz [1983]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For the creation and study of literally two-dimensional magnets. For the discovery of heat pulse and microwave phonon interactions in Si and Ge, and phonon excitation of spin-waves.
Nominated by: DCMP

Neil Pomphrey [2003]
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Citation: For pioneering theoretical and computational investigations of fusion plasmas interacting with magnetic fields and circuits, three dimensional equilibrium and stellarator optimization, and for original contributions in classical and quantum chaos.
Nominated by: DPP

Gerald C. Pomraning [1980]

Citation: None
Nominated by: DPP

Fernando A. Ponce [2002]
Arizona State University
Citation: For novel applications of electron microscopy for measurement of semiconductor interface atomic arrangement and the effect of atomic structures on the electronic and optoelectronic properties of materials.
Nominated by: FIAP

M L Pool [1934]
Ohio State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Charles P Poole [1964]
University of Southern California
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Alan W.P. Poon [2014]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For significant contributions to understanding fundamental neutrino properties through solar neutrinos, reactor neutrinos, beta decay, and neutrinoless double-beta decay experiments and for the resulting discoveries of physics requiring significant modification of the standard model.
Nominated by: DNP

Joseph S. Poon [1994]
University of Virginia
Citation: For studies of amorphous metallic solids and discoveries of new classes of metallic and insulating quasicrystals.
Nominated by: DCMP

Bernard Goodwin Pope [1986]
Michigan State University
Citation: For important contributions to the discovery of subsequent study of both large transverse momentum and phenomena and dilepton production in hadronic interactions.
Nominated by: DPF

Martin Pope [1977]
New York University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Martin Pope [1977]
New York University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Stephen B. Pope [1991]
Cornell University
Citation: For contributions of archival value to probability-density-function methods in turbulence modeling, to understanding of the geometry and distortion of surfaces in turbulent flows, and to extraction of Lagrangian statistics from direct numerical simulations.
Nominated by: DFD

Dragana Popovic [2012]
Florida State University
Citation: For experimental studies of glassy behavior in strongly correlated systems near the metal-insulator transition
Nominated by: DCMP

Carl Hugo Poppe [1980]

Citation: Not Provided
Nominated by: DNP

Stephen Pordes [2011]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For important contributions to a wide range of experiments from measurements of nucleon structure functions to neutrino oscillations, and particularly for his studies of charmonium in proton-antiproton annihilation.
Nominated by: DPF

Miklos Porkolab [1976]
Plasma Physics Lab
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Frank C Porter [2017]
Caltech
Citation: For contributions to the study of heavy quarks, especially his vital involvement in the measurement of CP symmetry violation in B^0 decays with the BABAR Collaboration, and for his expertise and mentorship in the rigorous statistical treatment of experimental data.
Nominated by: DPF

Mason Porter [2016]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the development of new methods and applications in complex networks, including novel measures and techniques for the analysis of multilayer interconnected systems, and for work in nonlinear waves in granular crystals, optical media, and atomic Bose-Einstein condensates.
Nominated by: GSNP

Roger S Porter [1970]
University of Massachusetts
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPOLY

Alan M Portis [1962]
University of California
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James V. Porto [2008]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For seminal studies of ultra-cold atoms in optical lattices with applications to quantum information, many-body physics, and condensed matter models, and for the invention of optical lattice techniques including a super-lattice for patterned loading, and a re-configurable lattice of double wells.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Sergio P.S. Porto [1967]
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Sergio P.S. Porto [1966]
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Dan Q Posin [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Arthur M Poskanzer [1976]
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

George Edward Possin [1998]
General Electric Corp. R & D
Citation: For sustained excellence in the science and technology of medical X-ray imaging equipment, flat panel displays, and semiconductor physics.
Nominated by: FIAP

Benjamin Post [1975]
Polytechnic Institute Brooklyn
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Condensed Matter Physics
Nominated by: DCP

Richard F Post [1962]
University of California
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Richard S. Post [1984]
NEXX Systems, Inc
Citation: In recognition of his pioneering contributions to the understanding of cross-field transport and confinement in multipoles, and to the advancement of the tandem mirror concept, including experimental design, RF applications to startup, heating and confinement.
Nominated by: DPP

Herman Postma [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

G W Potapenko [1937]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Marek Potemski [2016]
CNRS
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of semiconductor and graphene-based, two dimensional systems using optical magneto-spectroscopy methods.
Nominated by: DCMP

Vasant R Potnis [1966]
Kansas State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James W Poukey [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Annick Pouquet [2004]
National Center for Atmospheric Research
Citation: For her many contributions to the development and application of statistical methods and numerical simulations in turbulent hydrodynamic and magnetohydrodynamic flows for viscous, inviscid, and compressible fluids.
Nominated by: DFD

Cedric J Powell [1975]
National Bureau of Standards
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Condensed Matter Physics and the Division of Biological Physics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Robert Louis Powell [1995]
University of California, Davis
Citation: For contributions to the fluid mechanics of suspensions and the development of experimental techniques.
Nominated by: DFD

Linda S Powers [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DBIO

Thomas Powers [2013]
Brown University
Citation: For pioneering, rigorous and creative contributions to our understanding of the dynamics of membranes and filaments in viscous flows, particularly regarding the theory of bacterial motility in viscous and viscoelastic media and the role of hydrodynamic interactions at low Reynolds number.
Nominated by: DFD

Vivek M. Prabhu [2021]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For fundamental insight into the chain conformation, structure, phase separation, and interfaces of polyelectrolytes enabled by light and neutron scattering methods.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Hernan C Praddaude [1977]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Anil Kumar Pradhan [1996]
Ohio State University
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the theory of electron-impact excitation of atoms and ions, providing accurate and important atomic data, and for the application of that data to the study of fusion, solar and astrophysical plasmas.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Stewart Prager [1985]
University of Wisconsin
Nominated by: DPP

Richard E Prange [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Paras N. Prasad [1995]
State University of New York, Buffalo
Citation: For pioneering work on phonon-phonon and electron-phonon interactions and phase transitions in molecular solids and especially on the study, modeling and design of nonlinear optics of molecular and polymeric materials.
Nominated by: DCP

Ronald Prater [1988]
General Atomics
Citation: For leadership in the area of electron-cyclotron heating of tokamak plasmas.
Nominated by: DPP

David Wixon Pratt [1990]
University of Pittsburgh
Citation: For significant contributions to molecular spectroscopy, particularly the elucidation of intramolecular relaxation in intermediate molecules, and the development of laser-induced phosphorescence spectrosopy and ultrahigh-resolution spectroscopy in supersonic jets.
Nominated by: DCP

George W Pratt [1963]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Richard H Pratt [1975]
University of Pittsburgh
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Particles and Fields, the Forum on the History of Physics, the Forum on International Physics, and the Forum on Physics and Society.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Scott Pratt [2011]
Michigan State University
Citation: For seminal contributions to the theory of pion interferometry and the phenomenology of heavy ion collisions.
Nominated by: DNP

Stephen Turnham Pratt [1995]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For fundamental contributions to molecular physics through imaginative and innovative studies that probe electron-nuclear coupling, and, in particular, for his elegant experiments on molecular photoionization, predissociation, autoionization, and excited-state reactions.
Nominated by: DAMOP

William P. Pratt [1992]
Michigan State University
Citation: For his development of high-precision ultra-low-temperature electron-transport experiments on metals, semimetals, and metallic multilayers.
Nominated by: DCMP

Eric Prebys [2013]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For his important contributions to the physics of beams and his exceptional efforts to shape the US - CERN collaboration enabling successful physics programs at the LHC and charting a course for US involvement in future LHC upgrades.
Nominated by: FIP

Arian Pregenzer [2012]
Stanford University
Citation: For her leadership in advancing arms control monitoring and verification technologies and for establishing and leading international scientific cooperation for arms control and international security
Nominated by: FPS

Mark Antonio Prelas [2017]
University of Missouri
Citation: For outstanding and sustained contributions to the fields of nuclear energy conversion, wide band-gap photovoltaics, and diamond.
Nominated by: GERA

Jerome S Prener [1963]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James Douglas Prentice [1992]
University of Toronto
Citation: For experimental studies of the spectroscopy of hadrons.
Nominated by: DPF

Mara Goff Prentiss [2003]
Harvard University
Citation: For her pioneering work in manipulating matter with electromagnetic fields, including pioneering atom lithography and chip based atom optics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Charles Young Prescott [1997]
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
Citation: For his major contributions to our knowledge of the weak neutral current and the spin structure of the nucleon through experiments using polarized electron beams.
Nominated by: DPF

Richard D Present [1937]
Purdue University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

John P. Preskill [1991]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For investigations in quantum field theory and theoretical cosmology, especially contributions regarding the properties of topological defects, chiral symmetry and its consequences, and the physics of the very early Universe.
Nominated by: DPF

William Henry Press [1989]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: In recognition of important theoretical contributions to relativistic astrophysics and to cosmology.
Nominated by: DAP

Wiliam Marchant Prest [1981]
Xerox Corporation
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPOLY

John D. Prestage [2016]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For developing fundamental physics tests of local Lorentz invariance and local position invariance, and for pioneering ion clock technology that has enabled stabilities exceeding those of the hydrogen maser.
Nominated by: GPMFC

Soren Prestemon [2021]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For multiple, significant contributions to the research and development of high performance resistive, permanent magnet, and superconducting magnet systems for science applications from light-sources to high-energy physics.
Nominated by: DPB

Daryl W. Preston [1998]
California State University
Citation: For substantially advancing and disseminating the art of experimental physics as taught to undergraduates by developing experiments, publishing books, and directing faculty workshops on laboratory physics for undergraduates.
Nominated by: FED

Dean Preston [2011]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For rigorous scientific contributions in the field of shock compression theory, and in particular for contributions leading to a better understanding of material strength at very high strain rates.
Nominated by: GSCCM

F W Preston [1947]
Preston Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Melvin Alexander Preston [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

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

Katherine P Prestridge [2019]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For thoughtfully designed experiments on shock-driven mixing and turbulence, and for developing advanced flow diagnostics that bring insights to the understanding of mixing in extreme flows.
Nominated by: DFD

Frans Pretorius [2011]
Princeton University
Citation: For the computational solution of the problem of the collision of two black holes.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Dusan Ciril Prevorsek [1976]
Allied Chemical Corporation
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPOLY

Oleg Prezhdo [2008]
University of Washington
Citation: Development of novel methodology for quantum mechanical dynamics with applications to elucidate chemical behavior in complex systems.
Nominated by: DCP

David Long Price [1990]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For leadership in and contributions to the development of neutron instrumentation and techniques and studies of the structure and dynamics of liquids and glasses.
Nominated by: DCMP

John C. Price [2004]
University of Colorado
Citation: For Measurements Setting Improved Upper Limits on Submillimeter-Range Forces
Nominated by: GPMFC

Paul B Price [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Phillip Nicholas Price [2003]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For his outstanding work to develop predictive maps of indoor radon, perform real-time computed tomography of tracer gas plumes, and public outreach for protecting building occupants from chemical and biological agents.
Nominated by: FPS

Richard Henry Price [1991]
University of Texas, Brownsville
Citation: For contributions to the physics of black holes, and to the understanding of their astrophysical processes.
Nominated by: DPF

William C. Priedhorsky [2005]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For discoveries in x-ray astrophysics, leadership in instruments to monitor the x-ray sky and broaden the wavelength coverage of space observatories, and applications of astrophysics to problems in national security.
Nominated by: DAP

Pedro Antonio Prieto [2000]
Universidad del Valle
Citation: For forefront research in the Josephson effect in high temperature superconductors and outstanding contributions to the development of physics in Latin America.
Nominated by: FIP

Vladimir Prigodin [2007]
Ohio State University
Citation: For his pioneering studies of electronic properties of low-dimensional systems, proposal and development of fundamentals of charge transport in quasi-one-dimensional disordered structures, and also of operating principals of new organic-based electronic materials/devices and fully spin polarized organic spintronic materials/devices.
Nominated by: DCMP

Joel Robert Primack [1988]
University of California, Santa Cruz
Citation: For pioneering contributions to gauge theory and cosmology.
Nominated by: DPF

Henry Primakoff [1949]
Washington University in St. Louis
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

David C Prince [1928]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Thomas Prince [2007]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For his broad contributions to the fields of astrophysics and space science, including his leadership role as the LISA Mission Scientist and his service as the Chief Scientist at JPL from 2001 to 2006.
Nominated by: DAP

R W Pringle [1949]
University of Manitoba
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Peter Pringsheim [1943]
University of Chicago
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Gary Arthur Prinz [1984]
No company provided
Citation: For spectroscopic studies which clarified the roles of magnetic ions in insulators and the introduction of molecular beam epitaxy as a technique for the growth of magnetic materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

Michael Herbert Prior [1986]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For his pioneering work on the use of ion traps for measurement of lifetimes of forbidden transitions and also for collision studies of trapped, multiply-charged ions.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Morris Pripstein [1991]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For important contributions to the study of hadronic processes at high energies and for his inspiring and dedicated leadership in the worldwide campaign on behalf of Soviet dissident scientists.
Nominated by: DPF

David E Pritchard [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available (approved by both DCP and DAMOP)
Nominated by: DAMOP

David E Pritchard [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available (approved by both DCP and DAMOP)
Nominated by: DCP

Vladimir Privman [2005]
Clarkson University
Citation: In recognition of fundamental contributions and professional leadership in statistical physics, surface, colloid and polymer science, and quantum information science.
Nominated by: GSNP

Daniel Ethan Prober [1989]
Yale University
Citation: For contributions to the production and understanding of mesoscopic electronic structures.
Nominated by: DCMP

Itamar Procaccia [2002]
Weizmann Institute of Science
Citation: For major contributions to non-equilibrium physics, chaotic dynamics, turbulence and transport processes.
Nominated by: GSNP

Ivan David Proctor [1998]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For producing accuracy, capacity and capability improvements in accelerator mass spectrometry that have contributed to archaeology, the earth sciences, the biological sciences and arms control.
Nominated by: FIAP

W G Proctor [1957]
University of Washington
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Albert G Prodell [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Stefano Profumo [2020]
University of California, Santa Cruz
Citation: For incisive contributions to the development of astroparticle physics. In particular, for work addressing many aspects of dark matter theory and detection, including direct and indirect detection, as well as collider searches.
Nominated by: DPF

Earl W Prohofsky [1963]
Sperry Rand
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Nikolai V. Prokof'ev [2006]
University of Massachusetts
Citation: For pioneering contributions to theories of dissipative quantum dynamics and for innovative Monte Carlo approaches to quantum  and classical studies of critical phenomena.
Nominated by: DCMP

Donald Prosnitz [2002]
United States Department of Justice
Citation: For major contributions to physics and society spanning fundamental physics research to national security and law enforcement technologies, including pioneering technical contributions to the development of Free Electron Lasers.
Nominated by: FPS

Harrison Bertrand Prosper [2002]
Florida State University
Citation: For leadership in developing Bayesian and other analysis techniques in particle physics, especially as applied to measurements of the mass and cross section of the top quark, and particle searches.
Nominated by: DPF

Andrea Prosperetti [1993]
Johns Hopkins University
Citation: For basic contributions to two-phase flow models, bubble oscillations and entrapment, underwater rain noise, and cavitation.
Nominated by: DFD

Francis W Prosser [1966]
University of Kansas
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Serban Protopopescu [2000]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: For his individual contributions and leadership in the discovery of the top quark at the D0 Experiment and for software simulation and algorithm development.
Nominated by: DPF

James Proudfoot [2015]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For mentoring young physicists from around the world, including those in underdeveloped nations, in the advancement of calorimetric techniques in HEP experiments and their application to electroweak and strong interaction measurements.
Nominated by: FIP

Ruslan Prozorov [2011]
Iowa State University
Citation: For high-resolution measurements of the London penetration depth of superconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

Maurice H.L. Pryce [1965]
University of South Carolina
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Geoff Pryde [2021]
Griffith University
Citation: For pioneering developments and advancements in photonic quantum information science, photonic entanglement-enhanced metrology, loss-tolerant quantum protocols for entanglement distribution, and the study of quantum correlations and quantum measurement.
Nominated by: DQI

Nini Pryds [2020]
Technical University of Denmark
Citation: For pioneering contributions in understanding the transport of ionic and electronic conduction at confined oxide heterointerfaces, and the response of these material systems to external stimuli, including electric and magnetic fields, light and stress.
Nominated by: DMP

Clement Pryke [2016]
University of Minnesota
Citation: For groundbreaking measurement and data analyses of the polarization of cosmic microwave background radiation, and for using the data to provide strong constraints on the composition and initial conditions of the early universe.
Nominated by: DAP

Han Pu [2013]
Rice University
Citation: For seminal contributions to basic research in ultracold atomic physics, particularly on spinor Bose-Einstein condensates, and dipolar and spin-orbit coupled quantum gases.
Nominated by: DAMOP

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

Emerson W Pugh [1962]
IBM at Yorktown Heights
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Dale Ian Pullin [2006]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For his deep, insightful contributions to theoretical/computational fluid dynamics including: understanding of vortex sheet dynamics, the equilibrium particle simulation method, and physics-based vortex models for turbulence and large-eddy simulation.
Nominated by: DFD

Jorge Pullin [2002]
Louisiana State University
Citation: For his outstanding contributions to black hole physics and quantum gravity.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Alain J. Pumir [2014]
Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon
Citation: For pioneering and lasting contributions to the selection of Saffman-Taylor fingering, elucidation of solitary wave origin in thin films, and theory of passive scalars and particle motion in turbulence.
Nominated by: DFD

Ashok Puri [2001]
University of New Orleans
Citation: For enhancing the presence and quality of minority researchers in physics, for his efforts in support of science working with elementary and high school teachers, and for his innovative curriculum enhancement of a state-of-the-art laser laboratory.
Nominated by: FED

Derek L Pursey [1965]
Iowa State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Seth Putterman [1997]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For a sustained record of important discoveries in several areas of fluid dynamics including sonoluminescence, turbulence, and quantum hydrodynamics.
Nominated by: DFD

Roger Pynn [1997]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For a leadership role in neutron scattering and for developing new techniques for neutron scattering studies.
Nominated by: DCMP

Erling Pytte [1975]
IBM
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP