APS Fellow Archive

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

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Marcela Carena [2002]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For her outstanding contributions to the physics of Higgs bosons and Supersymmetry.
Nominated by: DPF

Tung-Sheng Kuan [1992]
State University of New York, Albany
Citation: For pioneering work on long-range order in semiconductor alloys, and for contributions to the understanding of metal-semiconductor interfacial reactions.
Nominated by: DMP

Carlos A.R. Sa de Melo [2012]
Georgia Institute of Technology
Citation: For his pioneering contributions to the field of ultra-cold atoms, and for his seminal investigations of ultra-cold fermions during the evolution from Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer to Bose-Einstein condensate superfluidity
Nominated by: DAMOP

Brian T. Saam [2013]
University of Utah
Citation: For unique contributions to the science, technology, and applications of polarized noble gases, in particular studies of relaxation phenomena and magnetic resonance imaging.
Nominated by: DAMOP

William Frederick Saam [1997]
Ohio State University
Citation: For theoretical predictions of interfacial structures and wetting transitions in classical and quantum systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Van Saarloos [2007]
University of Leiden
Citation: For his seminal contributions to the understanding of the complex Ginzburg-Landau equation, spatiotemporal chaos, pattern formation, and front propagation
Nominated by: GSNP

Steven Sabbagh [2010]
Columbia University
Citation: For leadership in advancing the understanding of magnetohydrodynamics equilibrium, stability, rotation damping and active feedback control of high-beta tokamak and low-aspect ratio tokamak plasmas.
Nominated by: DPP

Mel S Sabella [2019]
Chicago State University
Citation: For contributions to research in the field of introductory physics education courses designed to leverage the strengths of underserved and diverse student populations and engage them as co-investigators, and for demonstrating the utility of nontraditional measures of success in physics education.
Nominated by: GPER

John R Sabin [1978]
University of Florida, Gainesville
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

Marie-Louise Saboungi [1992]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For innovative research into the structure of liquid metals, semiconductors, and molten salts, which has led to profound changes in the way we view the liquid state of matter.
Nominated by: DMP

Subir Sachdev [2001]
Yale University
Citation: For his contributions to the theory of quantum phase transitions and its application to correlated electron materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

Andrew S. Sachrajda [2014]
National Research Council
Citation: For contributions to the field of quantum transport in semiconductor quantum dots.
Nominated by: DCMP

R G Sachs [1949]
Madison
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Henri S Sack [1969]
Cornell University
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Polymer Physics.
Nominated by: DCMP

Erich Sackmann [2002]
Technical University of Munich
Citation: For distinguished contributions to understanding the physics of biological membranes, macromolecular networks, and the actin-based cytoskeleton as well as for developing techniques to measure viscoelasticity and adhesion forces.
Nominated by: DBIO

Hossein Roshani Sadeghpour [2004]
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
Citation: For careful quantitative analyses of complex few-body processes, and for catalyzing numerous interdisciplinary collaborations between scientists in atomic, molecular and optical science, and related fields.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Bernard Sadoulet [1991]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his contribution to instrumentation and data analysis at e+e- and antiproton-proton colliders and his role in the emergence of the new field of Particle Astrophysics.
Nominated by: DAP

Mark Saffman [2008]
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Citation: For pioneering research on spatial pattern formation and solitons in photorefractive crystals, and neutral atom quantum information processing.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Cyrus R. Safinya [1994]
University of California, Santa Barbara
Citation: For x-ray scattering experiments probing the fundamental nature of the structure and interactions in fluid and ordered membranes.
Nominated by: DCMP

John Loren Safko [1999]
University of South Carolina
Citation: For leadership in teaching physics and astronomy to students from kindergarten through graduate school and K-12 teachers, using self-paced, distance-learning, and traditional approaches.
Nominated by: FED

Samuel A. Safran [1989]
Weizmann Institute of Science
Citation: For the application of statistical physics to the understanding of complex materials such as intercalation compounds and microemulsions.
Nominated by: DCMP

Marianna S. Safronova [2011]
University of Delaware
Citation: For innovative development of high-accuracy first-principles methods of computational atomic structure and dynamics, and their application to optical atomic clocks, quantum computing with neutral atoms, and tests of fundamental symmetries
Nominated by: DAMOP

Carl Edward Sagan [1989]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his sustained and exceptional contributions to the public understanding of science and societal impacts of technology.
Nominated by: FPS

Celeste Sagui [2013]
North Carolina State University
Citation: For her fundamental contributions to the field of computational biophysics and statistical mechanics, her development of algorithms for simulating long-range electrostatic forces and free energies, and her insights into the understanding of biomolecular structure and nanoscale growth phenomena.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Chih-Tang Sah [1972]
University of Illinois
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Bidhan Chandra Saha [2020]
Florida A&M University
Citation: For outstanding contributions to few-body systems and for a passionate commitment to educating and mentoring under-represented students in physics.
Nominated by: GFB

Tanusri Saha-Dasgupta [2015]
S. N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences
Citation: For development of fast and accurate electronic structure methods allowing the combined study of material-specific and many-body aspects, and their application in understanding the transition-metal oxides and quantum spin systems.
Nominated by: DMP

George Anthony Sai-Halasz [1998]
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Citation: For his applications of physics in seminal contributions to microelectronics.
Nominated by: FIAP

Vance L Sailor [1960]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

David Saintillan [2018]
University of California, San Diego
Citation: For incisive analysis of suspension dynamics involving complex and active particles and including electrokinetic effects.
Nominated by: DFD

Susumu Saito [2011]
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Citation: For major contributions to the theoretical understanding of low-dimensional systems and nano-structures.
Nominated by: DMP

Hiroyuki Sakaki [2000]
University of Tokyo
Citation: For invention, fabrication, and analysis of important low-dimensional semiconductor materials and devices.
Nominated by: DCMP

Andrei Sakharov [1984]
No company provided
Citation: For his fundamental discoveries in controlled fusion research, and in cosmology; also for his numerous and important contributions to hydronic spectroscopy of the Quark Model.
Nominated by: DPF

Sayeef Salahuddin [2019]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: For pioneering the physics of negative capacitance and its translation to overcome the Boltzmann Tyranny in microelectronics.
Nominated by: DMP

Abdus Salam [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For seminal contributions to the theory of electroweak interactions, and for fostering science in the developing world.
Nominated by: DPF

Farid Salama [2014]
NASA Ames Research Center
Citation: For the laboratory study of interstellar and planetary molecules in astrophysically relevant environments.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Farid Salama [2014]
NASA Ames Research Center
Citation: For the pioneering contributions in the development and application of spectroscopic tools for the laboratory study of interstellar and planetary molecules in astrophysically relevant environments.
Nominated by: DCP

Greg Salamo [2016]
University of Arkansas-Fayetteville
Citation: For important contributions to optical solitons and nonlinear optics, for pioneering new nanophotonic materials, and for experimentally observing symmetry breaking in non-Hermitian parity-time symmetric optical systems.
Nominated by: DLS

Myron B Salamon [1976]
University of Illinois
Citation: Also approved by the Forum on Physics and Society.
Nominated by: DCMP

William R. Salaneck [2005]
Linkoping University
Citation: For the development of ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy to study the electronic structure of conjugated polymers and condensed molecular solids, especially in connection with hybrid interfaces in modern polymer-based electronics.
Nominated by: DMP

Edward O Salant [1931]
New York University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Dilano Saldin [2011]
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Citation: For advancement of the theory of electron and X-ray diffraction and microscopy.
Nominated by: DCMP

Bahaa E.A. Saleh [2014]
University of Central Florida
Citation: For multidisciplinary advances in quantum optics, image science, and statistical optics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Omar A. Saleh [2019]
University of California, Santa Barbara
Citation: For outstanding contributions to single-molecule biophysics, including development of magnetic tweezer instrumentation and its use in elucidating electrostatic and self-avoidance contributions to biopolymer structure, as well as mechanisms of motion of ring-shaped ATPases along DNA.
Nominated by: DBIO

Brian Craig Sales [1998]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For development of important new materials for: (a) the storage of nuclear waste, and (b) the generation of electrical power.
Nominated by: DMP

Antoine Beno Salin [1998]
Universite Bordwaux I
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the theory of ion-atom collisions including the development of CDW method for the description of charge transfer, and elucidation of the role of dynamic correlation.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Dominique Salin [2000]
Laboratoire FAST
Citation: For significant contributions in the development of experimental methods and lattice gas simulations that led to improved understanding of flows in Hele-Shaw cells and porous media and of suspensions.
Nominated by: FIP

W W Salisbury [1944]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Edward I Salkovitz [1963]
Official Naval Reserve
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Miquel Batalle Salmeron [1996]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to the development of scanning probe methods and theoretical models for surface science, and for novel dynamics of surface processes.
Nominated by: DCMP

Christophe E. Salomon [2013]
Ecole Normale Superieure
Citation: For foundational contributions to precision metrology with ultracold atoms.
Nominated by: DAMOP

David P. Saltzberg [2018]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For multiple contributions to hadron collider physics research; and for searches for PeV-ZeV astrophysical neutrinos, including accelerator experiments to establish the existence and viability of the Askaryan effect for this purpose.
Nominated by: DPF

Brian Matthew Salzberg [1987]
University of Pennsylvania
Citation: For frontier contributions to the optical monitoring of neutral activity and the application of potentiometric dyes.
Nominated by: DBIO

George A Samara [1976]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Nitin Samarth [2003]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: For contributions to the fundamental understanding of spin dynamics and transport in low dimensional semiconductors, enabled by the development of novel magnetic semiconductor quantum structures.
Nominated by: DMP

Rita M. Sambruna [2020]
National Aeronautics and Space Administration Goddard Space Flight Center
Citation: For exceptional contributions to the fundamental understanding of relativistic jets from supermassive black holes, and for leadership in, and service to, the field of astrophysics.
Nominated by: DAP

Mo Samimy [2009]
Ohio State University
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the physical understanding and control of high-speed and high Reynolds number free shear flows via developing and using novel control techniques and advanced laser based flow diagnostics.
Nominated by: DFD

Nicolas P Samios [1963]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Douglas Howard Sampson [1990]
Pennsylvania State Univ
Citation: Not Available
Nominated by: DPP

M B Sampson [1949]
Indiana University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James A.R. Samson [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

A L Samuel [1949]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Lars Samuelson [2008]
Lund University
Citation: For his fundamental and wide ranging contributions to low-dimensional epitaxial semiconductor nanostructures and in particular semiconductor nanowires. His work has led to a fundamental understanding of the mechanisms governing nanowire growth and to the realization of radically new nanostructures with broad device applications.
Nominated by: DMP

Edward Thaddeus Samulski [1992]
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Citation: For developing methodology to quantify molecular order in polymer fluids and liquid crystals.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Karissa Sanbonmatsu [2012]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For pioneering computer simulation of molecular machines and biomolecular complexes
Nominated by: DBIO

Mayly Sanchez [2020]
Iowa State University
Citation: For significant contributions to experimental neutrino physics, in particular for conducting measurements of long-baseline neutrino oscillations, and for leadership in advancing novel neutrino detection techniques with the ANNIE experiment.
Nominated by: DPF

Raul Sanchez [2017]
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the understanding of non-diffusive turbulent transport in tokamaks and stellarators as well as major contributions to the development of design/optimization codes for stellarators.
Nominated by: DPP

Daniel Sanchez-Portal [2015]
Not available
Citation: For contributions to the development and use of electronic structure methods, especially SIESTA and its time-dependent version, which has enabled the simulation of systems of unprecedented complexity.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Leonard Michael Sander [1985]
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Citation: For his many contributions to density functional theory, particularly as applied to the electron-hole liquid, and for introducing the model for diffusion limited aggregation.
Nominated by: DCMP

Barry C. Sanders [2006]
University of Calgary, Canada
Citation: For contributions to optical quantum information science including optimal quantum measurements, quantum cryptography, and new protocols for quantum information processing.
Nominated by: DQI

Gary Hilton Sanders [2003]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For his remarkable abilities to synthesize all the elements of large, complex, subtle experiments, and for his leadership and cultivation of the communities such experiments require.
Nominated by:

Wilton Turner Sanders [1992]
NASA Headquarters
Citation: Through a systematic series of rocket and satellite experiments, he has been a leader of in the study of the emission, location, and interstellar absorption of soft x-ray background radiation.
Nominated by: DAP

J A Sanderson [1953]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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Scott Sandford [2010]
NASA Ames Research Center
Citation: For significantly advancing our fundamental understanding of the origin, history, and chemical makeup of the organic materials in comets, interplanetary dust particles (IDP's), and interstellar dust.
Nominated by: DAP

Scott Sandford [2010]
NASA Ames Research Center
Citation: For significantly advancing our understanding of the chemical makeup of extraterrestrial materials and their interstellar heritage at the most basic and fundamental level.
Nominated by: DCP

Werner Sandhas [1990]
University of Bonn
Citation: For development of fundamental theoretical methods for the exact treatment of few-nucleon problems, including the development of methods for 3-, 4-, and n-particle scattering theory and methods for the inclusion of coulomb effects in the 3-particle problem.
Nominated by: GFB

Andrew M. Sandorfi [1985]
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility
Citation: For instigating and performing the definitive studies of the radiative capture of light heavy nuclei and for leading a highly innovative proposal for a 100-700 MeV monoenergetic polarized gamma-ray facility.
Nominated by: DNP

Matthew Sands [1962]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
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Richard H Sands [1973]
University of Michigan
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Anders Sandvik [2007]
Boston University
Citation: For contributions to the development of quantum Monte Carlo methods and their applications to problems in quantum magnetism.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Jack Sandweiss [1967]
Yale University
Citation: Not available
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James R. Sanford [2000]
Retired
Citation: For outstanding service and leadership to the physics community in the design, construction and implementation of major US high energy physics facilities, especially the RHIC.
Nominated by: DPF

Thomas W. L. Sanford [2000]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: For fundamental advances in understanding of wire array z-pinches, which led to improved load symmetry and greatly increased radiative power, and opened up the possibility of using wire arrays as drivers for inertial confinement fusion.
Nominated by: DPP

Thomas Sangster [2011]
University of Rochester
Citation: For leading the high-areal-density cryogenic target implosion campaigns on OMEGA that demonstrated a fuel areal density of 0.3 g/cm2 using direct-drive capsules and the development of nuclear diagnostics required to measure cryogenic target performance on OMEGA and NIF.
Nominated by: DPP

Otto F. Sankey [2000]
Arizona State University
Citation: For developing real-space first-principles electronic structure methods with broad applications to materials problems.
Nominated by: DMP

Fernando Sannibale [2013]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of coherent synchrotron radiation in storage rings and the development of high brightness electron beam sources.
Nominated by: DPB

Andrei Sanov [2017]
University of Arizona
Citation: For contributions to the field of anion spectroscopy, including the application of photoelectron imaging for probing molecular electronic structures and their transformations in chemical reactions, and the development of practical models for the analysis of photoelectron angular distributions as signatures of molecular orbitals.
Nominated by: DCP

Jacobo Santamaria [2008]
University of Complutense
Citation: For seminal contributions to the understanding the interplay of superconductivity and magnetism in oxide films and superlattices.
Nominated by: GMAG

Christian Santangelo [2019]
Syracuse University
Citation: For seminal theoretical contributions exploiting geometry and topology to understand the elasticity of soft materials.
Nominated by: DSOFT

Juan Santiago [2010]
Stanford University
Citation: For insightful and manifold contributions to microfluidics, including novel measurement methods, characterization and explanation of electrically driven flow instabilities, and studies and engineering applications of electrically driven flows for pumps, separations, and sample preparation.
Nominated by: DFD

Maria M. Santore [2005]
University of Massachusetts
Citation: For elegant fundamental experiments elucidating polymer and protein dynamics at interfaces and their roles in colloidal and biomaterial adhesion.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Alberto Franco de Santoro [1993]
University of Rio de Janeiro
Citation: For prolific and exemplary contributions to experimental particle physics and leadership in the development of physics and Brazil and throughout the Americas.
Nominated by: FIP

Michael B. Santos [2012]
University of Oklahoma
Citation: For growth of compound semiconductor nanostructures and spin transport
Nominated by: DCMP

Robin Santra [2014]
DESY - Center for Free-Electron Laser Science
Citation: For the theoretical description of light-matter interactions, especially for processes involving X-rays and inner-shell electrons in atoms and molecules.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Alvin M Saperstein [1967]
Wayne State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Jonathan Robert Sapirstein [1996]
Notre Dame University
Citation: For contributions of fundamental importance to QED theory in atoms, and atomic physics tests of parity nonconservation.
Nominated by: GPMFC

Mykola Saporoschenko [1966]
Southern Illinois University
Citation: Not available
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Bernard Sapoval [1995]
Ecole Polytechnique
Citation: For his outstanding work, on semiconductors, on disordered systems and fractals - diffusion fronts, interfaces in electrochemistry and catalysis, vibration modes of fractal drums; and for his leadership in fostering scientific collaborations worldwide.
Nominated by: FIP

Richard C Sapp [1967]
University of Kansas
Citation: Not available
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Richard C Sapp [1966]
University of Kansas
Citation: Not available
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Myriam P Sarachik [1972]
City College of New York
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Demetrios G. Sarantites [2000]
Washington University in St. Louis
Citation: For his development of many innovative and powerful detector systems for nuclear physics that have led to major discoveries in nuclear structure and reaction physics.
Nominated by: DNP

Ina Sarcevic [2006]
University of Arizona
Citation: For outstanding contributions to physics of ultrahigh-energy neutrinos and cosmic rays.
Nominated by: DPF

R D Sard [1949]
Washington University in St. Louis
Citation: Not available
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John Stephen Sarff [2006]
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Citation: For seminal contributions to the understanding and control of magnetic fluctuations and associated transport, to the understanding of magnetic self-organization, and to the advancement of the reversed field pinch fusion configuration.
Nominated by: DPP

B W Sargent [1946]
National Research Center, Canada
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Misak Sargsian [2010]
Florida International University
Citation: For seminal contributions to high energy nuclear physics including developing the  Generalized Eikonal Approximation for high momentum transfer
processes and originating a successful theory of large angle two nucleon break up induced by the absorption of high energy photons.
Nominated by: DNP

William S Saric [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DFD

Kausik Sarkar [2014]
George Washington University
Citation: For fundamental contributions and creative analysis of flows with droplets - effects of viscoelasticity, emulsion rheology, normal stress differences, wall-induced migration, and modeling of encapsulated contrast microbubbles for ultrasound imaging.
Nominated by: DFD

Sutanu Sarkar [2006]
University of California, San Diego
Citation: For outstanding and original contributions to the physics of turbulence in compressible flows, stratified flows and combustion, and for the numerical modeling of these important processes.
Nominated by: DFD

Sankar Das Sarma [1992]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his theories of interacting excitations in semiconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

John Louis Sarrao [2005]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For important contributions to the understanding of magnetism and unconventional superconductivity in strongly correlated f-electron systems, especially through the discovery and synthesis of new materials.
Nominated by: DMP

Leo Sartori [1972]
University of Nebraska
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAP

Tatuya Sasakawa [1992]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For numerical investigation of physical quantities of the three-nucleon bound and continuum states, including charge-asymmetry, charge-dependence, and three-body-force effects.
Nominated by: GFB

Wayne Mark Saslow [2005]
Texas A&M University
Citation: For insightful contributions to the theory of superfluidity in 3He-A and in solids and for seminal work on spin glasses and random magnetism.
Nominated by: DCMP

Stephen L. Sass [1988]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For the use of x-ray diffraction to advance our understanding of structure of crystalline grain boundaries.
Nominated by: DCMP

G Raymond Satchler [1961]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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B.S. Sathyaprakash [2019]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: For leadership in and wide-ranging contributions to gravitational wave science.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Sushil K. Satija [2000]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For significant contributions to the advancement of the understanding of the physics of polymers at surfaces and interfaces through the development and innovative application of neutron reflectometry.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Hiroshi Sato [1962]
Ford Motor Company
Citation: Not available
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Sashi Sekhar Satpathy [2000]
University of Missouri
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of complex materials using first-principles electron structure calculations.
Nominated by: DCMP

J. Satterley [1927]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
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J A Sauer [1956]
The Pennsylvania State University
Citation: Not available
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James Avery Sauls [1998]
Northwestern University
Citation: For contributions to theories of unconventional superfluidity and superconductivity.
Nominated by: DCMP

Peter R Saulson [2003]
Syracuse University
Citation: For his contributions to experimental gravitational physics including pioneering studies of thermal mechanisms affecting interferometer performance and for his educational contributions including authoring one of the most influential books in the field.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Alexander Saunders [2015]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions in developing proton radiography and the LANL ultra cold neutron source, enabling new applications of nuclear science and an improved understanding of the decay of the free neutron.
Nominated by: DNP

Ned Robert Sauthoff [1995]
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Citation: For seminal contributions to the application of X-ray diagnostics to the study of sawteeth and disruptions in tokamaks, and for distinction in the leadership and management of important research projects.
Nominated by: DPP

Martin John Savage [2002]
University of Washington
Citation: For development of effective field theories for the nucleon and deuteron, for work on parity and CP violation, and for partially quenched chiral perturbation theory in lattice QCD.
Nominated by: DNP

Guy Savard [2002]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For his work in precision experiments on weak interactions and for developing techniques to stop and manipulate ions of short-lived nuclei for measurements in ion traps.
Nominated by: DNP

Pierre Savard [2016]
University of Toronto
Citation: For important contributions to studies of top quarks, Higgs boson and physics beyond the standard model in hadron-hadron collisions, and for his prominent role in the ATLAS discovery of the Higgs boson, leading the analysis effort that observed the Higgs boson decay into W-boson pairs.
Nominated by: DPF

Omer Savas [2000]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of fluid flows through innovative experimentation in boundary layers, rotating flows, combustion, and vortex dynamics.
Nominated by: DFD

Sergey Saveliev [2012]
Loughborough University
Citation: For distinguished contributions to the theory of classical and quantum transport, particularly for the application of stochastic methods to solid state physics, including superconducting terahertz electronics, vortex dynamics and nanoparticle transport
Nominated by: FIP

Daniel Wolf Savin [2006]
Columbia University
Citation: For his many and wide ranging contributions to atomic collision studies; their applications to astrophysics; and for catalyzing numerous astrophysically motivated research projects with other atomic, molecular, and optical scientists.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Sergej Savrasov [2012]
University of California, Davis
Citation: For his innovative design and implementation of electronic structure algorithms and software, and for his many contributions to a microscopic understanding of superconductors, magnetic materials, and strongly correlated electron systems.
Nominated by: DCOMP

George Albert Sawatzky [2003]
University of British Columbia
Citation: For his experimental and theoretical contributions to the development of various high energy spectroscopic methods for studying the electronic structure of strongly correlated electron systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Brian L. Sawford [2009]
Monash University
Citation: For outstanding and influential advances in the understanding and modeling of dispersion, mixing and acceleration in turbulent flows.
Nominated by: DFD

George A Sawyer [1963]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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R. A. Sawyer [1923]
University of Michigan
Citation: Not available
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Raymond F Sawyer [1963]
University of Wisconsin
Citation: Not available
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Avadh B. Saxena [2014]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For foundational contributions to phase transitions in functional materials and nonlinear excitations in low-dimensional electronic materials.
Nominated by: DMP

Roberta P. Saxon [1990]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For her seminal contributions to the application of state-of-the-art ab inittio calculations of electronic structure and dynamics of small molecules and their application to experimentally relevant atomic and molecular properties.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Dale Edward Sayers [1991]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his pioneering role in the development, application, and leadership in the propagation of EXAFS spectroscopy to physical and biological sciences.
Nominated by: DCMP

Richard J. Saykally [1989]

Citation: For the development of new techniques for high-resolution laser spectroscopy and their application to molecular ions, radicals, and weakly bound molecules.
Nominated by: DCP

Richard J. Saykally [1990]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: For the development of high-sensitivity spectroscopy techniques from the microwave to the visible.
Nominated by: DLS

Douglas J Scalapino [1966]
University of Pennsylvania
Citation: Not available
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Richard T. Scalettar [2004]
University of California, Davis
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the development and application of quantum Monte Carlo techniques to study phase transitions and collective states in strongly interacting systems.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Sandro Scandolo [2016]
International Centre for Theoretical Physics
Citation: For tireless promotion of young scientists, research in Africa and less developed countries, and decisive knowledge of the physics of high pressure systems and of solid surfaces.
Nominated by: FIP

W W Scanlon [1955]
Naval Ordnance Laboratory
Citation: Not available
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S A Schaaf [1956]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
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Levi Schachter [2005]
Technion, Israel Institute of Technology
Citation: For his contributions to particle acceleration at optical wavelengths and in particular for developing the concept of particle acceleration by stimulated emission of radiation (PASER).
Nominated by: DPB

Henry F Schaefer [1977]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: Not available
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Jacob Schaefer [1980]

Citation: Not Provided
Nominated by: DAMOP

Thomas M. Schaefer [2005]
North Carolina State University
Citation: For seminal contributions to the theory of color superconductivity, and for furthering our understanding of QCD in general.
Nominated by: DNP

Dale W. Schaeffer [1988]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: For experiments on the structures and dynamics of complex fluids and for studies of fractal structures in varied condensed matter systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Kenneth Joseph Schafer [2003]
Louisiana State University
Citation: In recognition of his many contributions to the advancement of the field of laser matter interactions through innovative, creative and extensive theoretical studies of the highest quality.
Nominated by: DAMOP

William Lee Schaich [1994]
Indiana University, Bloomington
Citation: For contributions to the theory of photoemission, chemisorption, behavior of electromagnetic fields near boundaries, and coupling of electromagnetic probes to two-dimensional electron gases.
Nominated by: DCMP

Edl Schamiloglu [2020]
University of New Mexico
Citation: For original contributions to high-power microwave generation, and to charged particle beam generation and propagation.
Nominated by: DPP

Alois W Schardt [1976]
NASA
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAP

Rolf P Scharenberg [1975]
Purdue University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

George Choppel Schatz [1987]
Northwestern University
Citation: For his pioneering, productive, and seminal studies on quantum theory of chemical reaction rates, including the first complete studies of the prototype hydrogen atom and hydrogen ion exchange reactions.
Nominated by: DCP

Hendrik Schatz [2007]
Michigan State University
Citation: For his seminal contributions to our theoretical and experimental understanding of the r-process, the rp process, x-ray bursts, and the modification of neutron star crusts by the ashes of nuclear processes.
Nominated by: DNP

Michael F. Schatz [2013]
Georgia Institute of Technology
Citation: For pioneering and creative experimental contributions to the characterization and control of complex fluid and pattern formation phenomena.
Nominated by: GSNP

Arthur Schawlow [1955]
Bell Labs
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Laird Delbert Schearer [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Matthias Scheffler [1998]
Max Planck Institute, Gesellschaft
Citation: For significant contributions to elucidating atomic-scale structures in solids and solid surfaces by first-principles approaches.
Nominated by: DMP

Lawrence B. Schein [2006]
Retired
Citation: For contributions to electrophotography, electrostatics and transport in organic solids.
Nominated by: FIAP

Alexander A. Schekochihin [2012]
University of Oxford
Citation: For elucidating fundamental aspects of turbulence in magnetized plasma with application to magnetic field amplification, heating, and transport in astrophysical, space, and laboratory plasmas
Nominated by: DPP

John C Schelleng [1938]
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Heidi Marie Schellman [1999]
Northwestern University
Citation: For her leadership in QCD physics and as spokesperson of E-665, the Tevatron muon scattering experiment.
Nominated by: DPF

John Anthony Schellman [1983]
University of Oregon
Citation: For the application of rigorous physical theory and the development of novel experimental techniques to increase our understanding of the structure and behavior of biological macromolecules, especially proteins and nucleic acids.
Nominated by: DBIO

John Frederic Schenck [1998]
General Electric Corp. R&D Center
Citation: For contributions to the physics of magnetic resonance imaging.
Nominated by: DBIO

Gregory K. Schenter [2009]
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Citation: For the development and application of quantum mechanical and classical simulation methods for describing the dynamical processes of condensed-phase systems.
Nominated by: DCP

Harvey Scher [1995]
The Weizmann Institute
Citation: For inaugurating the field of time scale invariant transport in disordered systems which has since impacted other areas such as reaction, energy transfer and glassy relaxation.
Nominated by: DCP

Frank Scherb [1976]
University of Wisconsin
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAP

Norbert F Scherer [2003]
University of Chicago
Citation: For his seminal contributions to the techniques of ultrafast spectroscopy and their application to fundamental problems in condensed phase dynamics.
Nominated by: DCP

Rachel E Scherr [2017]
Seattle Pacific University
Citation: For foundational research into energy learning and representations, application of video analysis methods to study physics classrooms, and physics education research community leadership.
Nominated by: GPER

Paul Hermann Scherrer [1969]
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Robert J. Scherrer [2001]
Ohio State University
Citation: For his significant contributions to a broad range of topics in cosmology including primordial nucleosynthesis, particle physics in the early universe, large-scale structure, topological defects, scalar field evolution and Cosmic Microwave Background anis
Nominated by: DAP

Jan Frederick Schetzina [1995]
North Carolina State University
Citation: For his extensive contributions to the development and understanding of II - VI materials and devices.
Nominated by: DMP

Rocco Schiavilla [2002]
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility and Old Dominion University
Citation: For advancing the theory of nuclei as systems of nucleons bound together by two- and three-body forces, and particularly for studies of their electroweak interactions.
Nominated by: DNP

Michael Schick [1984]
University of Washington
Citation: For important contribution to the theory of surface films, their phases and phase transitions, which have a significant part in the current understanding of adsorbed monolayers and mulitlayers.
Nominated by: DCMP

Eric Schiff [2011]
Syracuse University
Citation: For pioneering applied physics research on thin film silicon photovoltaic materials and devices.
Nominated by: FIAP

Leonard I Schiff [1939]
University of California
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Steven J. Schiff [2005]
Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study
Citation: For his contributions to the physical and biological understanding and control of the dynamics of neural signals in the brain.
Nominated by: DBIO

John P Schiffer [1962]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Peter Ernest Schiffer [2004]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: For pioneering studies of novel magnetic materials including colossal magnotoresistance manganites and geometrically frustrated magnets.
Nominated by: GMAG

van Schilfgaarde [2007]
Arizona State University
Citation: For the development of electronic structure methods, in particular in computational magnetism, the first all-electron self-consistent quasiparticle GW method and novel implementations of the linear muffin-tin orbital approach.
Nominated by: DCOMP

H K Schilling [1947]
Helsinki
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James Stanford Schilling [2000]
Washington University in St. Louis
Citation: For contributions to condensed matter physics through the use of high pressure studies of magnetism and superconductivity.
Nominated by: DCMP

Edwin J Schillinger [1967]
DePaul University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Albert I Schindler [1963]
United States Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Stefan E. Schippers [2013]
Justus Liebig University Giessen
Citation: For wide-ranging experimental studies of the interactions of ions with photons, electrons, atoms, and solid surfaces, providing new fundamental insights into their structures and dynamics as well as accurate reaction cross sections for applications in plasma physics and astrophysics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

James E Schirber [1967]
University of New Mexico
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

David Paul Schissel [1999]
General Atomics
Citation: For developing innovative video and web-based K-12 resources for plasma physics and for providing student access to experimental facilities at the cutting edge of plasma physics research.
Nominated by: FED

Alfred Simon Schlachter [1992]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For his contributions to understanding charge-changing ion-atom collisions, including negative ions, transfer ionization, multiple-electron capture, scaling laws, and applications to polarized ions and plasma diagnostics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Edward William Schlag [1983]
Technische Universitat Munchen
Citation: For distinguished contributions to the laser spectroscopy of molecules and ions.
Nominated by: DCP

Stephan Schlamminger [2015]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For a precision measurement of the Newtonian constant of Gravitation G and a precision measurement of the Planck constant h.
Nominated by: GPMFC

David J. Schlegel [2014]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For leadership of, and fundamental technical contributions to high precision measurements of the expansion history of the Universe by carrying out massive galaxy redshift surveys to detect baryon acoustic oscillations.
Nominated by: DAP

Richard Schlegel [1961]
Michigan State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Wolfgang Peter Schleich [1999]
Universitdt Ulm
Citation: For outstanding work on the correlated emission laser, interference in phase space, and quantum state holography.
Nominated by: DLS

Mordechay Schlesinger [1995]
University of Windsor
Citation: For the development of the unitary group approach to the theory of complex spectra and pioneering studies of impurity ion spectra in crystals.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Zach Schlesinger [1992]
University of California, Santa Cruz
Citation: For his experimental contributions to our understanding of fundamental electron systems and high-temperature superconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

Ilme Schlichting [2003]
Max Planck Institute for Medical Research
Citation: For her outstanding contributions in protein crystallography and structural biology.
Nominated by: DBIO

Tamar Schlick [2005]
New York University
Citation: Dr. Tamar Schlick has developed methods for molecular dynamics computations of biological molecules that have elucidated the structure and function of supercoiled DNA and chromatin, and led to new insights into DNA polymerase mechanisms and RNA structure.
Nominated by: DBIO

Darrell G. Schlom [2003]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the science of crystalline multicomponent oxide thin films on semiconductors.
Nominated by: DMP

John A. Schlueter [2014]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For synthesis of new organic conductors, superconductors and magnets, and exploration of their emergent physical behavior.
Nominated by: DCMP

Jorg Schmalian [2006]
Iowa State University
Citation: For his pioneering contributions to the theory of strongly correlated materials, including studies on the role of disorder, frustration, and unconventional pairing in quantum many body systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Peter Schmelcher [2008]
Universitaet Hamburg
Citation: For important contributions to the theory of strongly magnetized atoms and molecules, giant dipole states in combined electric and magnetic fields, and magnetic trapping of ultracold Rydberg atoms.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Arthur L Schmeltekopf [1970]
ESSA Research Laboratories
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics.
Nominated by: DCP

Peter J. Schmid [2011]
CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique
Citation: For profound contributions to non-modal stability theory which have elucidated the mechanisms responsible for by-pass transition in shear flows. For the development of powerful methods capable of extracting the dominant dynamic modes and reduced-order models from experimental and numerical data.
Nominated by: DFD

Arnold J. Schmidt [1998]
Technical University of Vienna
Citation: For his contributions to ultrafast optics.
Nominated by: DLS

Christoph Schmidt [2013]
Universitaet Goettingen
Citation: For his fundamental contributions in the development and application of single-molecule techniques in biophysics as well as pioneering work in the microrheological and micromechanical probing of biomacromolecular assemblies.
Nominated by: DBIO

Frank Schmidt [2019]
CERN
Citation: For groundbreaking work in furthering the understanding of nonlinear particle motion in accelerators through experiments and simulations.
Nominated by: DPB

Fred H Schmidt [1961]
University of Washington
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

George Schmidt [1975]
Stevens Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

John A Schmidt [1981]
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Kevin Edward Schmidt [2001]
Arizona State University
Citation: For his contributions to enhanced high accuracy computational methods and application in the simulation of electronic structure, nuclear matter and quantum fluids.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Michael Schmidt [2007]
Yale University
Citation: For pioneering work in the technology and analysis of neutral B meson decays at the Tevatron Collider, leading to precision measurements of the mass matrix of the neutral B mesons.
Nominated by: DPF

Paul W Schmidt [1972]
University of Missouri
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Robert Max Schmidt [1996]
Boeing Defense & Space Group
Citation: For seminal research that demonstrated the dominant influence of gravity on cratering phenomena and applications to impact cratering of planets and to missile basing: and for spacecraft protection simulation techniques.
Nominated by: FIAP

Hugo V. Schmidt [1980]
Montana State University
Citation: Not Provided
Nominated by: DCMP

Horst Werner Schmidt-Boecking [1996]
University of Frankfort
Citation: For pioneering work in the development of new devices to study multiparameter cross sections in atomic interactions.
Nominated by: FIP

Klaus Schmidt-Rohr [2013]
Iowa State University
Citation: For inventing and improving advanced solid-state NMR techniques that provide important new information about polymers, such as the Nafion used in fuel cells, those which occur naturally in plants and soils, and those which form nanocomposites in bone.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Joerg Schmiedmayer [2014]
Vienna University of Technology
Citation: For contributions to the development ultracold atom interferometers on chips, and for the investigation of equilibrium and dynamical properties of one dimensional systems of interacting bosons.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Andrew Schmitt [2013]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For major contributions to the theory and simulation of laser plasma interactions including pioneering work on the effects of laser beam smoothing and for advancing high-resolution simulations of laser high gain direct drive implosions.
Nominated by: DPP

Harold W Schmitt [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

O H Schmitt [1953]
University of Minnesota
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Beate Schmittmann [2004]
Virginia Technical Institute
Citation: For seminal and sustained research on fundamental and applied problems in non-equilibrium statistical physics, in particular driven diffusive systems.
Nominated by: GSNP

Richard E Schmunk [1967]
Idaho Nuclear Corporation
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Charles A. Schmuttenmaer [2016]
Yale University
Citation: For the development of time-resolved terahertz spectroscopy and its insightful applications to the far-infrared and charge transfer properties of liquids, semiconductors, and nanoparticles.
Nominated by: DCP

Dalton D. Schnack [1994]
University of Wisconsin
Citation: For the development of innovative algorithms for long timescale magnetohydrodynamic simulation, and for the successful application of these methods to the RFP dynamo and the dynamics of the solar corona.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Stephen E. Schnatterly [1985]
University of Virginia
Citation: For his contributions in developing and applying optical techniques to improving our fundamental understanding of various excitations in solids.
Nominated by: DCMP

Dominik A. Schneble [2020]
Stony Brook University
Citation: For groundbreaking work in ultracold atomic physics, and simulation of quantum electrodynamic systems with cold atoms in optical lattices.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Lynn Frances Schneemeyer [1993]
Rutgers University
Citation: For critical contributions to the understanding of collective phenomena in sliding charge density wave compounds and of high temperature super-conductivity by the growth and characterization of single crystals.
Nominated by: DCMP

Barry I Schneider [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Dieter Herbert Schneider [1995]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For his contributions to the understanding of ion-atom collisions through electron spectroscopy and for his experiments elucidating the collision dynamics of very highly charged ions.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Irwin Schneider [1976]
NRL
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Marilyn Beth Schneider [2013]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding contributions to x-ray measurements from laser-produced plasmas.
Nominated by: GIMS

Jack Schneps [1967]
Tufts University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Stephen Schnetzer [2010]
Rutgers University
Citation: For his work co-founding the AMY detector collaboration, at which he and his student made powerful quantitative tests of quantum chromodynamics, and for his work on experimental particle physics hardware, especially his pioneering work on diamond-based detectors.
Nominated by: DPF

E G Schnieder [1946]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Howard Schnitzer [1971]
Brandeis University
Citation: N/A
Nominated by:

Robert J. Schoelkopf [2005]
Yale University
Citation: For his innovative use of microwave techniques, including invention of the radio frequency single electron transistor and development of the first realization of strong coupling cavity QED in electrical circuits.
Nominated by: DCMP

Richard I Schoen [1973]
National Science Foundation
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Robert W. Schoenlein [2013]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For seminal contributions to ultrafast science using lasers and synchrotron radiation.
Nominated by: DLS

Robert M. Schofield [2014]
University of Oregon
Citation: For leadership in identifying and mitigating environmental factors which impact the sensitivity of terrestrial gravitational wave detectors and elimination spurious noise sources in LIGO.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Robert E. Schofield [1988]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his research in the history of physical science, especially the works of Joseph Priestley and 18th century natural philosophy.
Nominated by: FHP

Kate Scholberg [2013]
Duke University
Citation: For work with atmospheric and accelerator neutrinos that established the phenomenon of neutrino oscillation, and for leadership in the worldwide effort of the supernova neutrino detection.
Nominated by: DPF

Ulrich Joseph Schollwoeck [2006]
Institut fur Theoretische Physik, Germany
Citation: For his contributions to the density matrix renormalization group method and its application to non-equilibrium classical and quantum problems.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Christian Schonenberger [2012]
University of Basel
Citation: For charge transport experiments in metallic, semiconducting and molecular nanoelectronics
Nominated by: DCMP

James Frederick Schooley [1988]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For useful contributions to the studies of superconductivity and thermometry, and for leadership in the documentation of advances in temperature measurement.
Nominated by: GIMS

Herwig Schopper [2006]
CERN
Citation: For his contributions to particle physics and accelerator technology; for fostering world-wide scienctific collaborations; for leadership in the SESAME project towards the advancement of physics and peaceful regional cooperation.
Nominated by: FIP

David M. Schrader [1998]
Marquette University
Citation: In recognition of significant contributions to the discovery of positron-atoms and positron-molecules.
Nominated by: DAMOP

John Lindblad Schrag [1988]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For development of novel, powerful experimental methods for precise vicoelastic and flow birefringence measurements and their application in definitive studies of molecular dynamics of dilute and concentrated polymer solutions.
Nominated by: DPOLY

David N Schramm [1975]
University of Chicago
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Nuclear Physics
Nominated by: DAP

R E Schreiber [1953]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

E J Schremp [1946]
University of Cincinnati
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

M H Schrenk [1952]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Stanley Owen Schriber [1997]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For his leadership in the R&D for high-current proton linear accelerators and for his support of the particle accelerator community.
Nominated by: DPB

John Robert Schrieffer [1961]
University of Illinois
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

John T. Schriempf [1980]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: Not Provided
Nominated by: DCMP

William Schriever [1931]
University of Oklahoma
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Roman Schrittwieser [2013]
University of Innsbruck
Citation: For outstanding experimental contributions to the physics of double layers, potential relaxation instabilities, fireballs and probe diagnostics in tokamaks.
Nominated by: DPP

Erwin Schrodinger [1928]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Carl B. Schroeder [2012]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For significant theoretical contributions to the physics of intense laser-plasma interactions, with applications to plasma-based accelerators and light sources
Nominated by: DPP

Lee Stewart Schroeder [1990]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For his seminal role in developing the field of relativistic heavy-ion physics from pioneering experiments at the Bevalic, ISR, and SPS to task forces in initiate RHIC.
Nominated by: DNP

Peter A Schroeder [1984]
Michigan State University
Citation: Fr his continuing efforts in elucidating electronic structure and electron interactions in metals through the study of transport phenomena.
Nominated by: DCMP

Gerd E Schroeder-Turk [2019]
Murdoch University
Citation: For contributions to geometrical principles in soft matter physics, particularly bicontinuous phases.
Nominated by: DSOFT

Dietrich Schroeer [1991]
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Citation: For his interpretation of science to the public, and for his efforts to get physicists and students to think analytically and professionally about the social implications of their technical knowledge.
Nominated by: FPS

Wolf-Udo Schrvder [1995]
University of Rochester
Citation: For contributions to an understanding of the dynamics of energetic nuclear collisions in terms of microscopic transport processes, and in particular the demonstration of the relevance of multi-nucleon exchange in heavy-ion reactions.
Nominated by: DNP

E. Fred Schubert [2001]
Boston University
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the doping of semiconductors including delta doping, doping of compositionally graded structures resulting in the elimination of band discontinuities, and superlattice doping to enhance acceptor activation.
Nominated by: FIAP

Mathias Schuber [2011]
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Citation: For the development of generalized ellipsometry and the invention of the Optical Hall Effect, and their transformative potential for industrial characterization of materials properties, for example in liquid crystal displays and semiconductor device structures.
Nominated by: FIAP

Adam F Schuch [1964]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Reinhold Hans Schuch [2003]
Stockholm University
Citation: For seminal contributions to atomic collision physics including the development of ion storage rings.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Hans A. Schuessler [1992]
Texas A&M University
Citation: For his work in precision measurements of stored ions, on-line laser spectroscopy of short-lived isotopes, and high-sensitivity photothermal spectroscopy.
Nominated by: GPMFC

Reinhardt Schuhmann [2007]
American Physical Society
Citation: In recognition of his distinguished and dedicated service as an Editor of Physical Review Letters, and for his leadership and advocacy in his position as Managing Editor of Physical Review Letters.
Nominated by:

Engelbert L Schuking [1966]
University of Texas
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Joel Nathan Schulman [2005]
HRL Laboratories
Citation: For seminal contributions to the understanding of the electronic and optical properties of semiconductor heterostructures, ranging from the physics of band mixing in superlattices to devices for millimeter wave imaging.
Nominated by: FIAP

Klaus Schulten [1992]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: In recognition of outstanding contributions in theoretical and computational biology, in particular, the study of bacteriorhodospin, the photosynthetic reaction center, self-organizing sensory mappings, and neutral networks.
Nominated by: DBIO

David R. Schultz [2000]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For development of novel lattice methods for solving the time-dependent Schr"dinger equation, providing fundamental new insights in atomic collisions, and disseminating AMO data to other research communities.
Nominated by: DAMOP

George J Schultz [1960]
Westinghouse Research Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Jerold M. Schultz [1997]
University of Delaware
Citation: For contributions to scholarship and education in understanding processing-structure-property relationships in polymer systems, particularly in the area of crystallization and structure development.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Jonas Schultz [1990]
University of California, Irvine
Citation: For his varied contributions to elementary particle physics as well as the education of numerous Ph.D students.
Nominated by: DPF

Michael P. Schultz [2014]
US Naval Academy
Citation: For original and fundamental contributions to the understanding of wall-bounded turbulent flows including surface roughness effects, drag and economic consequences of biofouling, Reynolds-number scaling, and experiments utilizing advanced optical techniques.
Nominated by: DFD

Sheldon Schultz [1969]
University of California, San Diego
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

William W. Schultz [2012]
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Citation: For deep contributions to nonlinear water waves, die swell, fiber formation and fish swimming, using innovative asymptotic methods and numerical techniques in FEM, BIM and spectral representation
Nominated by: DFD

Michael Schulz [2004]
University of Missouri
Citation: For Fundamental Experiments on Atomic Break-Up Processes.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Michael Schulz [1977]
Aerospace Corporation
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Astrophysics.
Nominated by: DPP

Benjamin Wade Schumacher [2004]
Kenyon College
Citation: For his development of quantum data compression, entanglement enhancement, and quantum capacity theorems has played a central role in the development of quantum information theory.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Reinhard A. Schumacher [2014]
Carnegie Mellon University
Citation: For extensive studies of the photo- and electro-production of hyperons and the impact of these studies on our understanding of the spectrum of baryons.
Nominated by: DNP

Robert Thornton Schumacher [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Bernard Fredrick Schutz [1998]
Albert Einstein Institute
Citation: For his pioneering work in the theory of gravitational radiation, for the discovery of new instabilities in rotating, relativistic stars, and for elucidating how gravitational-wave observations can reveal astrophysical and cosmological information.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Robert Edward Schwall [2004]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For contributions to superconducting materials and applied superconductivity.
Nominated by: FIAP

Alan Jay Schwartz [2009]
University of Cincinnati
Citation: Not Available
Nominated by: DPF

Brian B Schwartz [1974]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Also approved by the Forum on the History of Physics, the Forum on Physics and Society, the Forum on Education, the Forum on Industrial and Applie, and the Forum Outreach & Engaging Public.
Nominated by: DCMP

Daniel Schwartz [2017]
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
Citation: For contributions to X-ray astronomy: measurement of the spectrum and isotropy of the diffuse cosmic background; identification of discrete sources with HEAO-1; contributions to the development, calibration and operation of the Chandra X-ray Observatory; and the study of relativistic X-ray jets.
Nominated by: DAP

Daniel K. Schwartz [2011]
University of Colorado, Boulder
Citation: For research into the behavior of molecules at interfaces.
Nominated by: DCMP

Guenter Schwartz [1963]
Florida State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Ira Schwartz [2015]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For the pioneering contributions to the understanding and development of topological insights into the dynamics, fluctuations, and control of strongly nonlinear physical and population systems.
Nominated by: GSNP

Melvin Schwartz [1962]
Columbia University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Ruth Fitzmayer Schwartz [1963]
Abington, Pennsylvania
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Steven David Schwartz [2006]
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Citation: For the development of the theory of the coupling of protein vibrations to catalytic function in enzymes.
Nominated by: DBIO

John Henry Schwarz [1986]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For construction of the superstring theory and its later use for unification of fundamental forces, giving a finite theory of quantum.
Nominated by: DPF

Klaus W. Klaus [1985]
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Citation: For significant experimental and theoretical contributions to the study of the hydrodynamics of super-fluid helium.
Nominated by: DFD

Arthur Schwarzchild [1963]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Arthur Schwarzschild [1962]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Silvan S. Schweber [1997]
Brandeis University
Citation: For his deep analysis of the historical development of fundamental physics, particularly in this century, and its relation to the broader intellectual and social context.
Nominated by: FHP

Eric R. Schwegler [2013]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For important contributions to the development of linear scaling electronic structure theory, and the use of first-principles methods to examine the properties of aqueous solutions, nanomaterials and matter under extreme conditions.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Lutz Schweikhard [2010]
Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-University
Citation: For his developments of ion-trapping techniques and their application in the fields of nuclear, atomic and cluster research as well as know-how transfer to analytical chemistry.
Nominated by: DCP

Kenneth Steven Schweizer [1996]
University of Illinois
Citation: For the pioneering development of microscopic liquid-state theories of the structure, thermodynamics, phase transitions, and dynamics of polymer fluids.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Achim Schwenk [2012]
Technical University of Darmstadt
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the nuclear many-body problem, including the application of renormalization group methods and the exploration of three-body forces in nuclear structure, fundamental symmetries and astrophysics
Nominated by: DNP

David Winston Schwenke [2003]
NASA Ames Research Center
Citation: For the pioneering development of accurate descriptions of nuclear motion in collision dynamics and molecular spectroscopy, and for the calculations of accurate spectroscopic data and reaction rates.
Nominated by: DCP

Harry Alan Schwettman [1998]
Stanford University
Citation: For contributions in the development and applications of superconducting radio frequency accelerators and free-electron lasers.
Nominated by: DPB

Julian Schwinger [1941]
Purdue University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Roy F Schwitters [1984]
University of Texas, Austin
Citation: For vital contributions to the discovery of the family of particles and of their properties; for leadership in developing the pp colliding beam physics program at FNAL and building the CDF detector.
Nominated by: DPF

Richard L Schwoebel [1969]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Earl Scime [2011]
West Virginia University
Citation: For fundamental and wide-ranging contributions to the measurement of ion heating in laboratory and space plasmas.
Nominated by: DPP

Frank J Sciulli [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

James Howard Scofield [1985]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: In recognition of this pioneering work in the inclusion of relativistic effects in calculation of inner shell transition processes: radiative decay rates, photoionization, and ionization of atoms by electrons.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Giacinto Scoles [1991]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his innovative contributions to molecular beam scattering, atom-surface scattering, and our knowledge of intermolecular forces and his contributions to the high resolution infrared spectroscopy of molecular beams.
Nominated by: DCP

A H Scott [1953]
National Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Bruce Albert Scott [1986]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For significant contributions to the synthesis of many novel inorganic and organic materials, and the elucidation of their growth mechanisms, electronic structures and solid state properties.
Nominated by: DCMP

Bruce D. Scott [2018]
Max Planck Institute of Plasma Physics
Citation: For seminal contributions to understanding the structure and character of drift-wave turbulence in tokamaks, including the direct demonstration of self-sustained drift-wave turbulence and the rigorous proof of toroidal angular momentum conservation in gyrokinetics.
Nominated by: DPP

David K. Scott [1980]

Citation: Not Provided
Nominated by: DNP

Franklin R Scott [1969]
University of Tennessee
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Fluid Dynamics.
Nominated by: DPP

Hugh Lawrence Scott [1992]
Illinois Institute of Technology
Citation: For his theoretical contribution to the field of lipid membrane biophysics, in particular, models for phase transitions in lipid bilayers and for simulation studies of complex interactions in bilayers.
Nominated by: DBIO

John Campbell Scott [2004]
IBM Almaden Research Center
Citation: For contributions to the understanding and application of organic electronic materials and devices.
Nominated by: DMP

R B Scott [1953]
National Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Robert L Scott [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

Steven Douglas Scott [1998]
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Citation: For definitive experimental investigations of the cross-field transport physics of heat, particles, and angular momentum in tokamak plasma.
Nominated by: DPP

Susan M Scott [2020]
Australian National University
Citation: For groundbreaking discoveries in general relativity and gravitational wave science, advancing our understanding of the singularities and global structure of space-time and the nature of astrophysical signatures in gravitational wave experiments; and for promoting gravitational research worldwide.
Nominated by: FIP

Thomas A Scott [1972]
University of Florida
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

W T Scott [1957]
Smith College
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Robert A. Scranton [2000]
IBM Almaden Research Center
Citation: For leadership in the development and commercialization of the magnetoresistive effect and the giant magnetoresistive effect in hard disk drives, enabling unprecedented advances in the density of magnetic data storage.
Nominated by: FIAP

Richard A. Scribner [1987]

Citation: For leadership in applying physics to arms control problems and for developing the Scientific Congressional Fellowship Program. Your coordination of the efforts of the scientific societies which participate in his program enable these societies to provide important scientific input to the public policy debate.
Nominated by: FPS

Marlon O Scully [1977]
University of Arizona
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Gustavo E. Scuseria [2002]
Rice University
Citation: For his original contributions to the development of fast and accurate electronic structure methods and their applications to fullerenes and other large systems.
Nominated by: DCP

G T Seaborg [1946]
University of California
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

L Worth Seagondollar [1965]
North Carolina State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

John D Seagrave [1960]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Lynn Seaman [2000]
SRI International
Citation: In recognition of his fundamental contributions to the understanding of the microstructural processes that underlie failure in solids and the general relations between microstructure and failure and shock wave physics.
Nominated by: GSCCM

Trevor J. Sears [2018]
Stony Brook University
Citation: For advances in the high-resolution spectroscopy of small molecular free radicals, particularly those of importance in combustion chemistry.
Nominated by: DCP

Varley Fullerton Sears [1990]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For contributions to the theory and practice of thermal-neutron scattering in condensed-matter research and in fields of neutron optics and fundamental neutron interactions.
Nominated by: DCMP

Peter Searson [2007]
Johns Hopkins University
Citation: For advances in the fundamental physics associated with growth at the solid/liquid interface and pioneering work in multifunctional metallic nanowires.
Nominated by: DMP

Donald Secrest [1972]
University of Illinois
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Edmund Seebauer [2007]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For the discovery of a new suite of physical mechanisms for controlling the behavior of point defects in semiconductors using surfaces, photostimulation and ions, with applications in transistor manufacture for integrated circuits.
Nominated by: FIAP

Raymond J Seeger [1935]
George Washington University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Mohindar Singh Seehra [1984]
West Virginia University
Citation: For experimental contributions to improved understanding of magnetic and dielectric materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

John F. Seely [2006]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the x-ray spectroscopy of hot laser-produced and solar plasmas, and for the determination of the atomic energy levels of highly-charged ions.
Nominated by: DPP

John Theodore Seeman [1995]
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
Citation: For his contributions to the physics of electron-positron colliding beam machines, both storage rings and linear accelerators.
Nominated by: DPB

Nathan Seeman [1975]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Astrophysics
Nominated by: DPF

Susan Joyce Seestrom [1994]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: For experimental studies of the nuclear isospin response in inelastic pion scattering, and for her contributions to our understanding of parity violation in compound nucleus neutron resonance.
Nominated by: DNP

Athena S. Sefat [2016]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For major contributions in developing new and pure iron-based superconducting crystals, and advancing the understanding of structure-composition-property relations on multi-length scales in high temperature superconductors and antiferromagnets.
Nominated by: DMP

Benjamin Segall [1962]
General Electric Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Rachel Segalman [2015]
University of California, Santa Barbara
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the understanding of conjugated, polypeptoid, and ion-containing polymers and co-polymers.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Ralph Ernest Segel [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Mordechai Segev [2000]
Princeton University
Citation: For his contributions to the physics of spatial solitons and the discovery of the photorefractive soliton.
Nominated by: DLS

Emilio Segre [1941]
University of California
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Nathan Seiberg [2009]
Institute for Advanced Study
Citation: For profound contributions to our understanding of quantum field theory, string theory, and questions in particle physics.
Nominated by:

Edward Seidel [2007]
Louisiana State University
Citation: For his leadership in the development of collaborative computational frameworks and for contributions in the numerical solution of the Einstein equations of general relativity.
Nominated by: DCOMP

George M Seidel [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Tamar Seideman [2001]
National Research Council
Citation: For creative work in theoretical molecular physics, including coherent control of internal and external molecular degrees of freedom of molecules, control of surface reactions using an Scanning Tunneling Microscope, and time-resolved photoelectron spectro
Nominated by: DAMOP

Abraham Seiden [1989]
University of California, Santa Cruz
Citation: For work done in particle physics, including early models of quark fragmentation and measurements of charmed-particle decays, and detector instrumentation, particularly in the area of charged-particle tracking devices.
Nominated by: DPF

Milos Seidl [1976]
Stevens Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

David Nathaniel Seidman [1983]
Northwestern University
Citation: For the application of the field-ion and atom-probe microscopes to the quantitative study of the fundamental properties of point defects and point defect clusters in irradiated or quenched metals.
Nominated by: DCMP

David George Seiler [1991]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For pioneering contributions involving two-photon absorption spectroscopy in high magnetic fields and for quantum transport measurements to elucidate novel band structure features of many semiconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

Frederick Seitz [1937]
University of Rochester
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Terrence J. Sejnowski [2014]
The Salk Institute
Citation: For pioneering work in computational biological physics towards understanding the structure and function of correlations in large scale biological systems, including representation of memories in the brain, protein sequences, and statistical learning algorithms.
Nominated by: DBIO

Wolf Seka [1990]
University of Rochester
Citation: For experimental work contributing to the understanding of intense laser-plasma interactions, and for contributions to the technology and science of short-wavelength laser fusion systems.
Nominated by: DPP

Robert F. Sekerka [1996]
Carnegie Mellon University
Citation: For outstanding and significant contributions to the theory of cyrstal growth, especially for explaining the role of morphological instabilities.
Nominated by: DMP

Toshimori Sekine [2003]
National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
Citation: For his pioneering work in shock synthesis of cubic Si(3)N(4) and spinel phases in the Si(3)N(4)-AlN-Al(2)O(3) system, and for experimental studies elucidating the shock metamorphism of minerals and meteorites.
Nominated by: GSCCM

Jacek Sekutowicz [2010]
DESY - Center for Free-Electron Laser Science
Citation: For outstanding contributions to superconducting science and technology resulting in far reaching advances in particle accelerators.
Nominated by: DPB

Mats Anton Selen [2006]
University of Illinois
Citation: For leadership and hardware contributions to the CLEO collaboration and contributions to the understanding of charm hadronic decays and excited states.
Nominated by: DPF

Howard H Seliger [1958]
National Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Jonathan V. Selinger [2014]
Kent State University
Citation: For contributions to the theory of liquid crystals and the role of chirality in soft matter phases, making connections between fundamental statistical mechanics and technological applications.
Nominated by: DCMP

Robin Selinger [2016]
Kent State University
Citation: For fundamental contributions in theory/simulation of morphology and microstructural evolution in materials, with applications in liquid crystals, nematic elastomers, lipid membranes, chiral symmetry breaking, and fracture/plasticity of crystalline solids, as well as for exceptional service and outreach.
Nominated by: GSNP

Uros Seljak [2013]
Princeton University
Citation: For seminal contributions to theoretical and observational cosmology, including the theory of anisotropies in the cosmic microwave background gravitational lensing, galaxy formation and inflation.
Nominated by: DAP

Ivan A Sellin [1973]
University of Tennessee
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

David J Sellmyer [1977]
University of Nebraska
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Annabella Selloni [2008]
Princeton University
Citation: For her pioneering first-principles computational studies of surfaces and interfaces, which made possible the interpretation of complex experiments, and successfully predicted the physical, and chemical properties of broad classes of materials, including materials for photovoltaic applications.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Walter Selove [1961]
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Paul R. Selvin [2004]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For imaginative use of single molecule fluorescence to visualize movements of a molecular motor at the nanometer level.
Nominated by: DBIO

Steve Semancik [2005]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For pioneering work in developing high performance solid state chemical microsensors which are based on the synergistic use of temperature-dependent surface phenomena, nanostructured materials, and micromachined device platforms.
Nominated by: GIMS

Yannis Kyriakos Semertzidis [2005]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: For leadership in the development of electrostatic quadrupoles and transient magnetic field measurements and for analysis of the muon g-2 experiment.
Nominated by: DPF

Robert J. Semper [2018]
Exploratorium
Citation: For extraordinary accomplishments and creative innovations bringing the wonder and excitement of physics to the public and policymakers through on-line lab tours, national and international partnerships, and the development of exhibits and innovative resources for teachers, museum educators, and children.
Nominated by: FPS

Abhijit Sen [2001]
Institute for Plasma Research, Bhat, Gandhinagar, India
Citation: For outstanding contributions to lower hybrid / laser plasma interactions, nonlinear dynamics of coupled oscillators, physics of strongly coupled dusty plasmas and leadership of plasma research in India /developing world.
Nominated by: DPP

Pabitra N. Sen [1986]
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Citation: For contributions tot he understanding of electronmagnetic, vibrational, structural, and transport properties of amorphous and composite media.
Nominated by: DCMP

Sudip Sen [2010]
Lancaster University
Citation: For his formulating novel theories in  flow and plasma dynamics. These have opened up a new avenue to the ultimate breakthrough in world's fusion energy research and can also completely change the conventional wisdom in space science. Also for his leadership in promoting extensive international cooperations specially involving Asia-Pacific and Indian region with Europe and North America.
Nominated by: FIP

Sunil K Sen [1960]
University of Saskatchewan
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Surajit Sen [2008]
State University of New York, Buffalo
Citation: For the discovery of how solitary waves break and secondary solitary waves form in granular media, for his leadership in organizing forums to represent and recognize the physicists from India and for raising consciousness about the problems and the importance of rural science education in India and the developing world.
Nominated by: FIP

Jan V Sengers [1977]
University of Maryland
Citation: Also approved by the Division on Fluid Dynamics.
Nominated by: DCP

Johanna M.H.L. Sengers [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

Klaus Sengstock [2014]
University of Hamburg
Citation: For experimental studies of degenerate quantum gases, especially in their application to quantum simulation.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Israel R Senitzky [1972]
United States Army Electronics Command
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Roseanne Sension [2007]
University of Michigan
Citation: For pioneering work on dynamic in the condensed phase, steady state and ultrafast measurements of excited state dynamics, and optical control of chemical reaction dynamics.
Nominated by: DLS

Yasuhiko Sentoku [2018]
Osaka University
Citation: For important contributions to theoretical laser-plasma physics, particularly in the areas of relativistic electron acceleration, fast ion acceleration, and energy transport in dense matter, made possible by his innovative and creative simulation techniques to explore high energy density physics.
Nominated by: DPP

Eun-Suk Seo [2010]
University of Maryland
Citation: For leading the development and utilization of particle detectors for balloon and space-based experiments to understand cosmic ray origin, acceleration and propagation, especially as Principal Investigator of the Cosmic Ray Energetics And Mass balloon-borne experiment over Antarctica.
Nominated by: DAP

Bernhard O Seraphin [1969]
Michelson Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Robert Serber [1938]
University of Illinois
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Leo Seren [1953]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Joseph W. Serene [1998]
Georgetown University
Citation: For contributions to theories of the normal and superfluid states of quantum liquids and strongly correlated electronic materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

George W Series [1975]
JJ Thomson Physical Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Brian David Serot [1993]
Indiana University, Bloomington
Citation: For outstanding contributions in developing the relativistic many-body nuclear theory.
Nominated by: DNP

Andrei Seryi [2008]
Stanford University
Citation: For his leadership in developing beam delivery systems for linear colliders and his contributions to the theory of ground motion, vibration, and feedback accelerators and particularly linear colliders.
Nominated by: DPB

Ram Seshadri [2014]
University of California, Santa Barbara
Citation: For major contributions to developing structure-composition-property relations in functional inorganic oxides, to the understanding of the role of lone-pair electrons in polar and ferroic behavior, to frustrated magnetism and frustrated ferroics, and to novel phosphors for solid-state lighting.
Nominated by: DMP

Andrew M Sessler [1972]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Plasma Physics.
Nominated by: DPF

Gerhard Martin Sessler [1991]
Technische Universitat Darmstadt
Citation: For important contributions to the investigation and the understanding of charge storage, charge transport, and polarization phenomena in polymer dielectrics.
Nominated by:

Allen Sessoms [2008]
University of District of Columbia
Citation: For exceptional contributions to the global society in understanding and addressing the challenges posed by nuclear and other advanced energy technologies.
Nominated by: FPS

Kamal K Seth [1972]
Northwestern University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

John Dasho Sethian [2002]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For major contributions to plasma physics and development of associated technologies in the fields of electron beams, Z-pinches, laser plasma interactions, hydrodynamics, and inertial energy.
Nominated by: DPP

James Patarasp Sethna [2019]
Cornell University
Citation: For seminal and wide-ranging contributions to information geometry, “sloppy models,” crackling noise, fracture, and emergent self-similarity.
Nominated by: GSNP

Richard Seto [2012]
University of California, Riverside
Citation: For creative experimentation and leadership in the study of hadronic matter under extreme conditions including measurements and analysis leading to the discovery of the strongly-interacting Quark Gluon Plasma (sQGP)
Nominated by: DNP

Donald W Setser [1976]
Kansas State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Frederick D Seward [1976]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAP

Tommy Sewell [2017]
University of Missouri
Citation: For theory and modeling capabilities related to material response at extreme conditions, in particular for the simulation of many-atom molecular crystals undergoing high rate deformation, including shock-induced chemical reactions leading to explosive detonation.
Nominated by: GSCCM

Richard G Seyler [1961]
Du Bois, Pennsylvania
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Lawrence Wayne Shacklette [1990]
Harris Corporation
Citation: For his pioneering work in conducting polymers, particularly for contributions to the discovery of phase transformations and ordering in conducting polymers, and for inventions leading to applications for conducting polymers in batteries.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Daniel A. Shaddock [2013]
Australian National University
Citation: For pioneering development of precision optical interferometry in space, particularly for the detection of gravitational waves and for mapping the gravitational field of the earth.
Nominated by: GIMS

Joshua W Shaevitz [2019]
Princeton University
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the understanding of the mechanics and dynamics of biological systems, from single molecules to cell collectives to behaving animals, through the development of new techniques for precision measurement.
Nominated by: DBIO

Michael H. Shaevitz [1991]
Columbia University
Citation: For successful research demonstrating the nature of high energy neutrinos and neutrino interactions with nucleons, and for major contributions toward the study of e+e- interactions.
Nominated by: DPF

Peter Shaffer [2015]
University of Washington
Citation: For contributions to the field of physics education research and to the development of research-based instructional materials that have led to improved learning in physics by undergraduates and K-12 teachers.
Nominated by: FED

Qaisar Shafi [1998]
University of Delaware
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of physics and cosmology, helping to understand influences on the early development of the universe and subsequent structure formation.
Nominated by: DPF

Stephen M Shafroth [1973]
University of North Carolina
Citation: Also approved by NP, Forum
Nominated by: DAMOP

Jagdeep Shah [1988]
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
Citation: For studies of hot carrier relaxation in semiconductors using optical spectroscopy.
Nominated by: DCMP

Ker-Chung Shaing [1995]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For his seminal theoretical contributions to neoclassical transport in non axisymmetric toroidal plasmas, to the connections between neoclassical and turbulent transport and to the theory of L-H transitions in toroidal plasmas.
Nominated by: DPP

Robin Shakeshaft [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Eugene Shakhnovich [2015]
Harvard University
Citation: For seminal contributions to the statistical physics of polypeptides, by significantly extending methods previously used for disordered systems, and for discovery of physical-chemical principles of selection of protein sequences now used as a tool for discovery of new protein sequences.
Nominated by: DBIO

Carl M Shakin [1972]
Case Western Reserve University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Vladimir M. Shalaev [2002]
Purdue University
Citation: For important research on the optical properties of novel plasmonic nanomaterials and their application in photonics, spectroscopy and laser physics.
Nominated by: DLS

Robert J Shalek [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPOLY

Lu Jeu Sham [1977]
University of California, San Diego
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Xiaowen Shan [2009]
Exa Corporation
Citation: For seminal contributions in the formulation and applications of lattice Boltzmann models for multiphase and complex fluids; and for pioneering Lattice-Boltzmann-method based fluid dynamics algorithms for real-world engineering applications.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Benjamin Victor Shanabrook [1998]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For experimental studies of semiconductor quantum wells and superlattices.
Nominated by: DCMP

Peter N. Shanahan [2016]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For on-going leadership in neutrino oscillation experiments, and leadership of the international NOvA collaboration.
Nominated by: DPF

Sergei F. Shandarin [2001]
University of Kansas
Citation: For seminal work in the theory of gravitational instability, particularly our understanding of the formation of superclusters in the Universe.
Nominated by: DAP

John Wesley Shaner [1986]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For experimental research on material properties at extremely high dynamic temperatures and pressures, and for work in establishing an accurate pressure scale for static high pressure research above one megabar.
Nominated by: DCMP

Charles Vernon Shank [1988]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: For pioneering work in the development of femtosecond measurement techniques and applications to physics, chemistry and biology.
Nominated by: DLS

Ramamurti Shankar [2001]
Yale University
Citation: For his contributions to statistical physics and quantum many-body theory, including notable works on random magnetism, fermionic renormalization group theory and the Quantum Hall system; and for his outstanding contributions to physics pedagogy.
Nominated by: DCMP

Robert S Shankland [1938]
Case Western Reserve University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Ramy A Shanny [1976]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Donald Shapero [2007]
National Academy of Sciences
Citation: For his seminal contributions in framing the field of physics in a persuasive and compelling manner so as to broaden its understanding and support; and for his dedicated commitment to physics and astronomy through service with the National Academies.
Nominated by: FPS

Dan Shapira [2009]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to the study of nuclear collisions: the discovery of nuclear orbiting, pioneering measurements of the space-time extent of particle-emitting sources, and seminal studies of fusion with n-rich exotic beams, and for development of innovative instrumentation to enable these studies.
Nominated by: DNP

Yaacov Shapira [1974]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Anatole M Shapiro [1963]
Brown University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Boris Shapiro [2014]
Technion, Israel Institute of Technology
Citation: For contributions to the theory of electron transport in disordered metals and light propagation in disordered media.
Nominated by: DCMP

Irwin I Shapiro [1975]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Jeffrey H Shapiro [2003]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the theory of the generation, detection, and applications of novel quantum states of light, particularly the squeezed states of light.
Nominated by: DLS

M M Shapiro [1946]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Marjorie Dale Shapiro [1992]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to the study of high-transverse-momentum phenomena in proton-antiproton collisions.
Nominated by: DPF

Moshe Shapiro [2004]
University of British Columbia
Citation: For seminal contributions to the study of molecule-light interactions, including photodissociation and the coherent control of molecular processes.
Nominated by: DCP

Paul Shapiro [2010]
University of Texas, Austin
Citation: For outstanding contributions to astrophysics and cosmology
which advanced our understanding of cosmic
reionization, structure formation, gas
dynamics, dark matter and dark energy, the
interstellar and intergalactic media, and
topics from supernova polarization
to relativistic shocks.
Nominated by: DAP

Stephen M. Shapiro [1986]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding contributions in the field of neutron scattering studies of condensed matter physics, in particular the fundamental properties of re entrant spin glasses, mixed valent compounds and hydrogen in metals.
Nominated by: DCMP

Stuart Louis Shapiro [1998]
University of Illinois
Citation: For his broad contributions to theoretical astrophysics and general relativity, including the physics of black holes, neutron stars, and large N-body dynamical systems, and his pioneering use of supercomputers to explore these areas.
Nominated by: DAP

Vitali Donovich Shapiro [1994]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the theory of plasma turbulence, nonlinear wave interactions and the kinetics of collisionless astrophysical plasmas.
Nominated by: DPP

Eric Stefan G. Shaqfeh [2000]
Stanford University
Citation: For applying statistical theories and numerical simulations to determine the averaged equations for fiber suspensions and polymeric fluids and elucidating the physical mechanism leading to hydrodynamic instabilities of complex fluids.
Nominated by: DFD

Gerald H. Share [1996]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For his important gamma-ray line observations of the products of nucleosynthesis, which have advanced our understanding of the production rates and distribution of galactic nucleosynthesis.
Nominated by: DAP

A. Surjalal Sharma [2017]
University of Maryland, College Park
Citation: For pioneering and sustained contributions to nonlinear dynamical modeling of non-equilibrium phenomena in space physics and to the development of data-enabled science and for his leadership in fostering international collaborations.
Nominated by: FIP

Ram R Sharma [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Vivek Anand Sharma [2004]
University of California, San Diego
Citation: For leading contributions to the discovery of Bs meson, the /\b baryon and the observation of CP violation in the B^0 system.
Nominated by: DPF

David H Sharp [1975]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

David H Sharp [1975]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Stephen Roger Sharpe [1992]
University of Washington
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the development and application of advanced computational techniques in particle theory.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Tatyana O. Sharpee [2018]
Salk Institute for Biological Studies
Citation: For advancing our understanding of how neurons represent sensory signals and make decisions by pioneering new methods for analyzing neural responses to natural stimuli and uncovered organizing principles for closed loop behaviors.
Nominated by: DBIO

Balajapalli S. Shastry [2006]
University of California, Santa Cruz
Citation: For his seminal contributions to the theory of strongly correlated and quantum-spin systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Mark D. Shattuck [2012]
City College of New York
Citation: For significant contributions to the understanding of the statistical properties of granular materials, and their analogy to molecular systems
Nominated by: GSNP

Isaiah Shavitt [1984]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For his continuing outstanding researches on the calculation of molecular electronic wave functions by quantum mechanics.
Nominated by: DCP

C H Shaw [1957]
Ohio State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Earl David Shaw [1989]
Not available
Citation: For contributions to the development of infrared lasers, specifically the spin-flip Raman laser, and for his leadership in the education and advising of minority students and scientists.
Nominated by: DCMP

Raymond Shaw [2020]
Michigan Technological University
Citation: For seminal contributions to the understanding atmospheric turbulence's role in cloud processes, from droplet nucleation to growth through condensation and coalescence, using precise laboratory and atmospheric measurements and insightful theoretical work.
Nominated by: DFD

Peter Sven Shawhan [2019]
University of Maryland
Citation: For the development of techniques and algorithms to search LIGO data for transient signals, and for realizing the important future scientific implications of gravitational wave observations by looking for other signals developed by electromagnetic observations.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Michael A Shay [2015]
University of Delaware
Citation: For pioneering contributions to understanding magnetic reconnection, including the nature of collisionless reconnection, and of plasma turbulence.
Nominated by: GPAP

Mansour Shayegan [1999]
Princeton University
Citation: For the growth of novel advanced semiconductor materials and experimental studies of their properties.
Nominated by: DCMP

Lev Shchur [2017]
Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics
Citation: For innovative use of computer simulations and the development of superior random number generators for their use in statistical physics.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Zhen-Su She [2014]
Peking University
Citation: For his contributions to the understanding of intermittency effects and non-Gaussian statistics of small-scale turbulent fluctuations, and quantification of the anomalous scaling of high-order velocity structure functions.
Nominated by: DFD

Joan Shea [2011]
University of California, Santa Barbara
Citation: For fundamental contributions in the field of theoretical and computational biophysics and the study of protein folding and aggregation.
Nominated by: DBIO

Marleigh Chandler Sheaff [1994]
University of Wisconsin
Citation: For her efforts in continuing and strengthening physics relations between the United States and developing countries.
Nominated by: FIP

Charles Sheard [1925]
Mayo Clinic
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Charles Sheard [1928]
Mayo Clinic
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

John Scheffield [1981]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Richard L. Sheffield [1994]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: For combining photocathodes with high-gradient rf acceleration and using magnetic-fields for compensating space charge induced emittance growth and demonstrating these technologies in a compact FEL.
Nominated by: DPB

Stephen A. Sheffield [2005]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: In recognition of his contributions to shockwave physics and in particular his development and implementation of the ORVIS interferometer for measuring kinetics and CJ parameters of detonating explosives and his studies of reactions in shocked liquid CS2.
Nominated by: GSCCM

Javid Sheikh [2015]
Not available
Citation: For a pioneering contribution to the study of nuclei beyond the valley of stability and for developing symmetry projected mean field equations.
Nominated by: FIP

Sergey Sheyko [2009]
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the understanding of conformation, ordering, and flow of branched macromolecules at interfaces, and for outstanding experimental achievements in imaging and characterization of single macromolecules.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Eric Sheldon [1971]
Lowell Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Paul Sheldon [2006]
Vanderbilt University
Citation: For significant contributions to searches for rare and forbidden charm decays.
Nominated by: DPF

Raymond Kay Sheline [1963]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Michael Shelley [2007]
New York University
Citation: For his broad-ranging contributions to computational fluid mechanics, including boundary integral techniques for interface dynamics, singularity formation in topological transitions, and fluid-body interactions.
Nominated by: DFD

F H Shelton [1956]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Robert N. Shelton [1995]
University of California, Davis
Citation: For his contributions to low temperature, high pressure studies of superconducting and magnetic materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

Benjamin Shih-Ping Shen [1972]
University of Pennsylvania
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAP

Benjamin Ching-Chun Shen [1992]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his contributions to the study of hadronic processes, electron-positron annihilation, and photon-photon interactions.
Nominated by: DPF

Jian Shen [2011]
Fudan University
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of dimensionality effects on magnetism and emergent phenomena in spatially confined complex magnetic oxides.
Nominated by: GMAG

Mengyan Shen [2015]
University of Massachusetts Lowell
Citation: For enabling near ultraviolet laser action and artificial photosynthesis with metal oxide semiconductors.
Nominated by: GERA

Qun Shen [2005]
Cornell University
Citation: For important contributions to x-ray physics, particularly in the field of multi-beam x-ray diffraction in relationship to the phase problem in proteins.
Nominated by: DCMP

Yuen Ron Shen [1972]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Zhi-Xun Shen [2003]
Stanford University
Citation: For pioneering work in advancing the fundamental understanding of the electronic properties of highly correlated systems, in particular high-temperature superconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

Krishna Shenai [2010]
University of Toledo
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the physics, technology and application of semiconductor metallization.
Nominated by: FIAP

Donna Sheng [2013]
California State University
Citation: For insights into topological and strongly correlated phases of matter using computational methods.
Nominated by: DCMP

Ping Sheng [1987]
Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
Citation: For his contributions to the understanding of the electrical conduction mechanism, classical wave propagation/localization characteristics, and relation between micro-structure and physical properties in disordered systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Zheng-Ming Sheng [2013]
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Citation: For his significant contributions to the physics of relativistic laser-plasma interaction and its applications in laser-driven particle beams, novel radiation sources, and inertial fusion energy research through theoretical and numerical investigations.
Nominated by: DPP

Stephen H Shenker [2003]
Stanford University
Citation: For his fundamental contributions to the formulation of perturbative string theory, and for his insights into the structure of space-time that string theory provides.
Nominated by: DPF

Gopal K. Shenoy [1997]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For his contributions to the study of magnetic superconductors and his pioneering role and leadership in the development of the Advanced Photon Source.
Nominated by: DMP

A. G. Shenstone [1931]
Princeton University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

A. G. Shenstone [1928]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Kenneth Wayne Shepard [1995]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For seminal contributions to the development of superconducting niobium radio-frequency accelerating structures and associated cryogenics and controls leading to the successful construction of the first superconducting ion accelerator.
Nominated by: DPB

Paul Fenton Shepard [1994]
University of Pittsburgh
Citation: For significant contributions to a wide range of experiments including electric radius of the pion and kaon, and the study of prompt photon production in hadronhadron collisions.
Nominated by: DPF

Arden Sher [1976]
College of William & Mary
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Marc Taylor Sher [1999]
College of William & Mary
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the study of Higgs bosons, particularly for the mass bounds following from vacuum stability.
Nominated by: DPF

E Brooks Shera [1978]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

John R Sheridan [1973]
University of Alaska
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

K L Sherman [1957]
Navy Mine Defense Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Rubby Sherr [1946]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Bradley Marc Sherrill [1998]
Michigan State University
Citation: For his contributions to the field of radioactive beams, especially for development of innovative ion-optical techniques, and for their use in the measurement of breakup momentum distributions and obtaining their relation to the momentum wavefunctions of weakly bound nuclei.
Nominated by: DNP

Charles Sherrill [2010]
Georgia Institute of Technology
Citation: For the development and application of high-accuracy electronic structure methods in chemical physics, including investigations of higher-order electron correlation effects and seminal studies of noncovalent interactions in prototype systems.
Nominated by: DCP

David Sherrington [1984]
University of Oxford
Citation: For his many contributions to the theory of disordered condensed matter.
Nominated by: DCMP

Janine Shertzer [2005]
College of the Holy Cross
Citation: For her ground-breaking introduction of novel finite-element techniques in calculations of bound state and scattering properties of atomic and molecular systems.
Nominated by: GFB

C W Sherwin [1946]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Mark Sherwin [2008]
University of California, Santa Barbara
Citation: For important experiments on non-equilibrium dynamics in semiconductor quantum structures driven by intense terahertz electric fields.
Nominated by: DCMP

Spencer Sherwin [2016]
Imperial College London
Citation: For contributions to computational fluid dynamics through the development of unstructured spectral element methods and the insightful application to cardiovascular, bluff body, and vortex flows.
Nominated by: DFD

Bruce Arne Sherwood [2003]
North Carolina State University
Citation: For pioneering applications of computers in physics instruction, such as PLATO-based mechanics and EM Field, and development of tools for creating such applications, including TUTOR, MicroTutor, cT, and Vpython.
Nominated by: FED

Anchang Shi [2010]
McMaster University
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the theoretical study of phases and phase transitions of block copolymers.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Jing Shi [2012]
University of California, Riverside
Citation: For his pioneering work in spin transport in organic semiconductors and organic molecules
Nominated by: GMAG

Li Shi [2014]
University of Texas, Austin
Citation: For his pioneering work on thermal transport measurements of nanostructures and his discoveries of size effects in thermal and thermoelectric transport properties of one-dimensional and two-dimensional materials.
Nominated by: DMP

Takasada Shibauchi [2017]
University of Tokyo
Citation: For pioneering measurements of the thermodynamic and transport properties of iron-based superconductors, playing a pivotal role in the development of the overall understanding of these systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Howard W Shields [1975]
Wake Forest University
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Biological Physics.
Nominated by: DCMP

Mikhail A. Shifman [1997]
University of Minnesota
Citation: For his seminal contributions to nonperturbative dynamics in gauge theories (QCD and supersymmetric theories), and their observational consequences.
Nominated by: DPF

Junko Shigemitsu [2000]
Ohio State University
Citation: For her contributions to determining properties of the Standard Model using the methods of Lattice Gauge Theory.
Nominated by: DPF

Chih-Kang Shih [2007]
University of Texas
Citation: For his original and innovative contributions to the understanding of growth and properties of quantum nanostructures, in particular his pioneering contributions to quantum growth of metal thin films and optical coherence in semiconductor quantum dots.
Nominated by: DMP

Vladimir D. Shiltsev [2008]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For advancing the understanding of performance limitations in accelerators, in particular for seminal work on ground motion in electron-positron linear colliders and electron lens beam compensation in large hadron colliders.
Nominated by: DPB

Fujio Shimizu [1999]
University of Electro-Communications
Citation: For outstanding contribution to laser spectroscopy, laser cooling and atom optics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Abner Shimony [1998]
Boston University
Citation: For his original contributions both to general questions in the philosophy of science, and to the analysis of nonlocality in quantum mechanics.
Nominated by: FHP

Sung-Chul Shin [2008]
KAIST
Citation: For his pioneering contributions to understanding of magnetization reversal dynamics, in particular critical scaling behavior of Barkhausen avalanches of 2D ferromagnets, and discovery of novel magnetic thin films and multilayers for high-density data storage.
Nominated by: GMAG

Joseph Shinar [2004]
Iowa State University
Citation: For pioneering contributions to studies of H motion in metal hydrides and amorphous Si, and optically detected magnetic resonance studies of luminescent pi-conjugated polymers, fullerenes, and organic devices.
Nominated by: DCMP

Troy Shinbrot [2015]
Rutgers University
Citation: For creative and thought-provoking work on chaos, fluid mixing, and granular flows.
Nominated by: DFD

David C. Shiner [2012]
University of North Texas
Citation: For his work on precision laser measurements in the helium atom, especially helium fine structure and helium nuclear size using the isotope shift
Nominated by: GPMFC

Michelle Shinn [2012]
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility
Citation: For contributions in the applications of lasers in society, particularly the development of high power optics technologies for rare earth solid state lasers and free-electron lasers
Nominated by: FIAP

Ian Peter Joseph Shipsey [2002]
Purdue University
Citation: For contributions to heavy quark physics, especially measurements of semileptonic decays, CKM couplings, parity and CP violation, and the development and construction of the detectors used for these measurements.
Nominated by: DPF

Gen Shirane [1966]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Norman Steven Shiren [1965]
IBM
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

David Arthur Shirley [1976]
University of California
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

Eric Lawrence Shirley [2005]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For important contributions to the computation of the optical properties of solids from the infrared to the x-ray spectral regions.
Nominated by: DCMP

Olga Shishkina [2020]
Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization
Citation: For seminal contributions to the understanding of thermally driven turbulent convection, including Rayleigh-Bénard convection, rotating Rayleigh-Bénard convection, and horizontal and vertical convection, both by numerical simulations and by theory.
Nominated by: DFD

Gary Shiu [2011]
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Citation: For his breadth and leadership in the field of string phenomenology, and for his numerous pioneering contributions to elucidating the implications of string theory to particle physics and early universe cosmology.
Nominated by: DPF

J N Shive [1949]
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Boris Ionovich Shklovskii [1997]
Theoretical Physics Institute
Citation: For contributions to the theory of transport in disordered electronic systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Michael F. Shlesinger [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his contributions to the understanding of transport and relaxation in amorphous media, in particular, the introduction of the concept of fractal time, and also for his extraordinary service to the profession.
Nominated by: DCP

Shalom Shlomo [2008]
Texas A&M University
Citation: For outstanding contributions in the study of nuclear correlations, giant resonances and the nuclear matter equation of state, and his many contributions to the development of international research and education in physics.
Nominated by: FIP

Alexander Shluger [2011]
University College London
Citation: For contributions to the theory of local excited states and atomic forces at insulating surfaces.
Nominated by: DCP

Melvyn Jay Shochet [1989]
University of Chicago
Citation: For the study of high-energy proton-antiproton interactions with the CDF detector at the Fermilab Tevatron.
Nominated by: DPF

William Shockley [1938]
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

David P Shoemaker [1961]
University of Cambridge
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

David H. Shoemaker [2001]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For his insightful work, experimental artistry, and leadership role in the LIGO gravity wave program.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Deirdre M. Shoemaker [2013]
Georgia Institute of Technology
Citation: For her leading role in the investigation of dynamical and binary black hole space-times and their observational signatures.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Nadiashda Galli Shohat [1931]
Mount Holyoke College
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Juda L Shohet [1975]
University of Wisconsin
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Bruce W. Shore [1983]
Not available
Citation: For contributions to theoretical developments in physics on a wide front, from atomic scattering theory to coherent dynamics of laser-excited systems.
Nominated by: DAMOP

George H Shortley [1936]
Ohio State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

W E Shoupp [1945]
Westinghouse Research Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

E F Shrader [1950]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

J E Shrader [1934]
Drexel University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Boris I. Shraiman [1998]
AT&T Bell Laboratories
Citation: For theoretical contributions to statistical physics as applied to the non-linear dynamics of fluids and to magnetism.
Nominated by: DCMP

J Ely Shrauner [1972]
Washington University in St. Louis
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Robert E. Shrock [1994]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For various contributions to theoretical particle physics, including new tests for, and bound on, neutrino masses and mixing, studies of neutrino properties, and studies of lattice field theory.
Nominated by: DPF

Gordon H Shrum [1939]
University of British Columbia
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Kirill Shtengel [2015]
University of California, Riverside
Citation: For major theoretical contributions to the prediction and detection of non-Abelian anyons in condensed matter physics.
Nominated by: DCMP

S Shtrikman [1976]
Weizman Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Howard A Shugart [1962]
University of California
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Padma Kant Shukla [2001]
Ruhr-Univeersitaet Bochum
Citation: For theoretical investigations of an enormous variety of plasma phenomena in laboratory and space plasmas, including the prediction and exploration of waves in dusty plasmas.
Nominated by: FIP

Kurt E Shuler [1960]
National Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

C G Shull [1951]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

F B Shull [1952]
Washington University in St. Louis
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Kenneth R. Shull [2002]
Northwestern University
Citation: For theoretical and experimental contributions leading to an enhanced understanding of polymer interfaces.
Nominated by: DPOLY

R G Shulman [1957]
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Uri Shumlak [2019]
University of Washington
Citation: For pioneering investigations of sheared flow stabilization of magnetohydrodynamics modes in the Z-pinch.
Nominated by: DPP

Michael S. Shur [1995]
University of Virginia
Citation: For his contributions to physics of ballistic transport in semiconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

Edward V. Shuryak [1996]
State University of New York, Stony Brook
Citation: For his seminal contributions to the study of the quark-gluon plasma.
Nominated by: DNP

R P Shutt [1954]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Dov Shvarts [1997]
Nuclear Research Center - Negev
Citation: For his penetrating insights in the development of theories for ion and electron transport, high-Z opacity, and multimode nonlinear mixing due to the Rayleigh-Taylor and Richtmyer-Meshkov instabilities.
Nominated by: FIP

Gennady Shvets [2008]
Cornell University
Citation: For theoretical and computational investigations of the interaction of ultra-strong laser pulses and relativistic particle beams with plasmas, with applications to inertial confinement fusion, plasma-based particle accelerators, and novel radiation sources
Nominated by: DPP

Qimiao Si [2005]
Rice University
Citation: For sustained contributions to the theory of heavy fermion and disordered metals, especially their Quantum Criticality.
Nominated by: DCMP

Steven J. Sibener [1997]
University of Chicago
Citation: For elucidating physical and chemical processes at surfaces by inelastic helium scattering and other means.
Nominated by: DCP

William Arthur Sibley [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Ernst Paul Sichtermann [2017]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For leadership and contributions to the understanding of nucleon spin at RHIC and to the efforts on a future electron ion collider.
Nominated by: DNP

Irfan Siddiqi [2015]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: For significant contributions to the development of superconducting quantum information devices and quantum measurement techniques.
Nominated by: DCMP

David Siddons [2008]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: For his contribution to x-ray optics, x-ray physics, x-ray detectors, and the development of synchrotron radiation instrumentation and experimental techniques
Nominated by: GIMS

S S Sidhu [1950]
University of Pittsburgh
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Daniel M. Siegel [1997]
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Citation: For his unique, detailed study of the nature and development of Maxwell's electromagnetic theory as a high point in nineteenth century physics.
Nominated by: FHP

Robert T Siegel [1965]
College of William & Mary
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Sidney Siegel [1945]
Westinghouse Research Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

A J.F. Siegert [1945]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Hans Christoph Siegmann [1989]
Not available
Citation: For research in the field of surface magnetism, spin-polarized electron spectroscopy, and photo-electronic properties or small particles.
Nominated by: DCMP

James Siegrist [1993]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For his contributions to the study of QCD in high energy hadron colliders and for his efforts in the design and construction of detectors for such colliders.
Nominated by: DPF

Theo Siegrist [2005]
Bell Laboratories
Citation: For elucidation of crystal structure and structure-property relationships of High-Tc superconductor materials and related systems.
Nominated by: DMP

Robert Herman Siemann [1986]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of fundamental limitations of accelerator performance, and specifically the improvement of CESR performance.
Nominated by: DPF

Philip Siemens [1984]
Oregon State University
Citation: For important contributions to the theory of many-body systems as applied to nuclear physics.
Nominated by: DNP

Richard Edward Siemon [1984]
No company provided
Citation: For innovative diagnostic development and analysis of high-beta plasmas, and for pioneering high-beta confinement studies leading to substantial extension of Field-Reversed Configuration lifetimes and improved understanding of confinement scaling.
Nominated by: DPP

Rolf H Siemssen [1972]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Joern I. Siepmann [2013]
University of Minnesota
Citation: For the development of efficient Monte Carlo algorithms and accurate force fields and for applications to predictive modeling of complex chemical systems.
Nominated by: DCP

Arnold John Sierk [1985]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For his significant research on dynamical aspects of large-amplitude collective nuclear motion, including especially his formulation of dynamical, dissipative models of fission and heavy-ion reactions.
Nominated by: DNP

Charles E Siewert [1973]
Not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Daniel Sigg [2015]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For development of techniques essential to the successful high-sensitivity operation of gravitational wave detectors and leadership in commissioning the LIGO detectors.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Eric D. Siggia [1986]
Cornell University
Citation: For contributions to the theoretical physics of condensed matter, particularly in the areas of dynamical systems, turbulence, and low-temperature physics.
Nominated by: DCMP

Peter S Signell [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Particles and Fields.
Nominated by: DNP

Manfred Sigrist [2011]
ETH Honggerberg
Citation: For research on unconventional superconductivity in cuprates, ruthenates, and heavy fermion materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

Pierre Sikivie [1993]
University of Florida
Citation: For his theoretical contributions to the study of invisible axions, particularly for his suggestions of practical methods for their detection.
Nominated by: DPF

Mary Silber [2015]
Northwestern University
Citation: For contributions to bifurcation theory in the presence of symmetries, and its application to the theory of pattern selection in nonlinear, spatially extended, dissipative physical systems.
Nominated by: GSNP

Rein Silberberg [1975]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAP

Robert J. Silbey [1980]

Citation: Not Provided
Nominated by: DCP

John Silcox [1976]
Cornell University
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Condensed Matter Physics
Nominated by: DAMOP

William Thomas Silfvast [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For the discovery of the blue and ultraviolet helium-cadmium laser, other metal vapor lasers including selenium and lead, the first laser pumped by a laser-produced plasma and for spectroscopic studies of laser media.
Nominated by: DLS

Lewis K Silicox [1935]
New York Air Brake Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Joseph I. Silk [1995]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: For his pioneering role in understanding the cosmic microwave background radiation and the formation of large-scale structure in the universe, and in recognition of the bridges he helped establish between particle and nuclear physics and cosmology.
Nominated by: DAP

Robert H Silsbee [1972]
Cornell University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Carlos Silva [2019]
Georgia Institute of Technology
Citation: For the groundbreaking development of ultrafast laser techniques for probing the transient photophysics of electro-optical and excitonic materials leading to novel and unique insights into charge-separation and carrier generation in organic photovoltaic systems.
Nominated by: DCP

Luis O. Silva [2009]
Instituto Superior Tecnico
Citation: For significant contributions to the understanding of the complex interaction of relativistic laser and particle beams with laboratory and astrophysical plasmas.
Nominated by: DPP

Thomas Silva [2010]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For his fundamental contributions to the experimental studies of the spin-torque oscillators, their interactions, and collective states, and for the development of new quantitative experimental methods for the investigation of magnetization dynamics in thin films and nanostructures.
Nominated by: GMAG

Mário G. Silveirinha [2020]
Instituto Superior Técnico
Citation: For pioneering and seminal contributions to the theory of metamaterials and plasmonics, in particular for the development of the concepts of near-zero index materials, and of nonlocal homogenization of metamaterials.
Nominated by: DLS

Marvin Silver [1973]
Not available
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Condensed Matter Physics.
Nominated by: DCP

Samuel Silver [1946]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Isaac F. SIlvera [1987]
Harvard University
Citation: For his contributions to low-temperature experimentation, particularly on spin-polarized atomic hydrogen and the molecular hydrogen solids.
Nominated by: DCMP

Albert Silverman [1973]
Not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Benjamin D Silverman [1966]
Raytheon Research Division
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Sam M Silverman [1975]
Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Shirleigh Silverman [1934]
DuPont Rayon Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Eva Silverstein [2016]
Stanford University
Citation: For fundamental contributions to quantum gravity and early universe cosmology.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Philippe L. Similon [1990]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For elegant and insightful theoretical work in the study of plasma turbulence, particularly for plasmas of interest in magnetically confined fusion devices.
Nominated by: DPP

Elizabeth H. Simmons [2002]
Boston University
Citation: For contributions to the study of electroweak and flavor symmetry breaking, especially the origin of the top-quark mass, and for suggesting incisive tests of physics beyond the standard model.
Nominated by: DPF

James E Simmons [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Jerry Alvon Simmons [2002]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the physics of tunneling in two dimensional electronic materials, including fractional quantum Hall and double quantum well systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Ralph O Simmons [1961]
University of Illinois
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Paul C Simms [1979]
Purdue University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

A Simon [1956]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Barry Martin Simon [1981]
Princeton University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

F Simon [1937]
Oxford University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

John Douglas Simon [2003]
Duke University
Citation: For pioneering work in the study of dynamical processes in solution and biological systems.
Nominated by: DCP

Marc Simon [2016]
Laboratoire de Chimie Physique
Citation: For frontier research on dynamics of deep-core photoexcitation and photoionization of isolated atoms and molecules with synchrotron radiation and free-electron laser sources.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Sindee Simon [2010]
Texas Technical University
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the understanding of the thermal and mechanical properties of bulk and nanostructured polymeric glasses.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Steven H. Simon [2005]
Bell Laboratories
Citation: For contributions to low-dimensional correlated electron theory, and for scientific leadership in research and applications of condensed matter physics and physics methods, in an industrial setting.
Nominated by: DCMP

J H Simons [1952]
University of Florida
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

John (Jack) Peter Simons [2005]
University of Utah
Citation: For development of theoretical methods for and applications to electron-molecule interactions as well as contributions to education in theoretical chemistry.
Nominated by: DCP

Lennart Simons [1947]
The Pennsylvania State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Peter Simpkins [2010]
Bell Labs & Syracuse University
Citation: For incisive analytical and experimental studies of two-phase flows, natural convection, and various aspects of electro-optical materials processing.
Nominated by: DFD

J A Simpson [1946]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James D. Simpson [1992]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For his long record of innovative and successful achievements in the field of particle acceleration and instrumentation, and his forefront development of advanced accelerator techniques.
Nominated by: DPB

John Arol Simpson [1962]
National Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

O C Simpson [1946]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Daniel Sinars [2015]
Sandia National Laboratory
Citation: For scientific contributions and leadership in the development of innovative x-ray radiography and spectroscopy diagnostics for the study of z-pinch physics, inertial confinement fusion, and high energy density physics.
Nominated by: DPP

Charles Kent Sinclair [1986]
Not available
Citation: For the development of the GaAs polarized electron source as a practical means to produce high current beams of longitudinally polarized electrons; and for contributions to electromagnetic interaction measurements.
Nominated by: DPF

David Sinclair [1940]
Columbia University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

David Sinclair [1941]
Columbia University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Rolf Sinclair [1966]
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Pekka Kalervo Sinervo [2003]
University of Toronto
Citation: For his important contributions to the discovery of the top quark and the first measurements of its properties, and for his studies of bottom-hadron systems in proton-antiproton collisions.
Nominated by: DPF

Kenneth David Singer [2002]
Case Western Reserve University
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the understanding, measurement, and development of organic nonlinear optical materials.
Nominated by: DLS

S F Singer [1957]
University of Maryland
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Chandralekha Singh [2011]
University of Pittsburgh
Citation: For pioneering research extending the impact of physics education research to advanced topics, especially quantum mechanics, and for leadership in organizing physics education activities at the national level.
Nominated by: FED

David Joseph Singh [1997]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of complex materials using first principles calculations and for development of the tools for such calculations.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Jag Jeet Singh [1991]
NASA/Langley Res Ctr
Citation: For exceptional contributions to advancement of aerospace measurement science and technology.
Nominated by:

Prithe Paul Singh [1969]
Indiana University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Pushpendra Singh [2007]
New Jersey Institute of Technology
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the development of efficient algorithms for the direct numerical simulations (DNS) of multiphase fluids, and for using the DNS technique in conjunction with experiments as a tool for understanding the physics of a broad range of multiphase systems.
Nominated by: DFD

Rajiv R. P. Singh [2005]
University of California, Davis
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the development and application of series expansion methods and the definitive results they provide about quantum phases both in lattice models and in real materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

Rajiv Singh [2010]
University of Florida
Citation: For distinguished scientific, technological and entrepreneurial contributions in laser-solid interactions, and processing of semiconductor surfaces and interfaces.
Nominated by: FIAP

Shobha Singh [1987]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For contributions to the physics of optical materials and devices.
Nominated by: DCP

Surendra P. Singh [2003]
University of Arkansas
Citation: For his original theoretical and experimental contributions to the understanding of quantum noise in lasers and nonlinear optical processes.
Nominated by: DLS

Mano Singham [2003]
Case Western Reserve University
Citation: For contributions to K-12 teacher education, the development of active learning methods in physics classrooms, and our understanding of the nature of science instruction.
Nominated by: FED

John Singleton [2004]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For elucidation of many-body and reduced-dimensionality effects in molecular organic crystals and semiconductor systems, featuring creative use of optical and magnetic field techniques and clear technical exposition.
Nominated by: DCMP

Kundan Singwi [1976]
Northwestern University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Sunil K Sinha [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Nikolai Sinitsyn [2020]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding and original contributions to spin noise spectroscopy, anomalous Hall effect, geometric phases, multistate Landau-Zener models, and many-body nonadiabatic transitions.
Nominated by: DCMP

Constantine (Gus) Sinnis [2005]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For the development and use of ground-based telescopes to study high-energy gamma rays and cosmic rays from a variety of astrophysical sources.
Nominated by: DAP

Susan B. Sinnott [2012]
University of Florida
Citation: For significant contributions developing and applying atomistic methods to investigate the physical and chemical properties of nanomaterials, material surfaces, and interfaces
Nominated by: DMP

Jairo Sinova [2010]
Texas A&M University
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of spin-transport in magnetic systems, particularly the spin Hall effects.
Nominated by: DCMP

John Edward Sipe [2002]
University of Toronto
Citation: For pioneering theoretical work on linear and nonlinear optical properties of solid surfaces, bulk or quantum well semiconductors, and soliton propagation in periodic media.
Nominated by: DLS

William A. Sirignano [2000]
University of California, Irvine
Citation: For his pioneering efforts in combining modeling and simulation of complex multiphase flows, and for the understanding these models have provided for pool fires and capillary instabilities.
Nominated by: DFD

Eric B Sirota [2001]
ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company
Citation: For his pioneering use of x-ray scattering techniques in soft condensed matter, particularly regarding bulk and surface physics of alkyl-chain compounds.
Nominated by: DCMP

Lawrence Sirovich [1991]
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Citation: For his many basic contributions to the kinetic theory of rarefield gases, shock structure biophysics, dynamics of turbulent motion, and applied mathematics methods.
Nominated by: DFD

Sivalingam Sivananthan [2010]
University of Illinois, Chicago
Citation: For seminal contributions to the growth technology of II-VI photovoltaic materials.
Nominated by: FIAP

Zuzanna S. Siwy [2013]
University of California, Irvine
Citation: For her innovative use of nanopores in the development of biosensors and nanofluidic ionic circuits.
Nominated by: DBIO

K J Sixtus [1934]
General Electric Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

L S Skaggs [1949]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

A Melvin Skellett [1960]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Earl F. Skelton [1980]
George Washington University
Citation: Not Provided
Nominated by: DCMP

Frederick N. Skiff [1999]
University of Iowa
Citation: For fundamental experiments on wave-particle interactions and the development of experimental techniques using laser-induced florescence.
Nominated by: DPP

Evan D. Skillman [2018]
University of Minnesota
Citation: For observational constraints on the primordial helium abundance and significant contributions to understanding the chemical evolution of galaxies.
Nominated by: DAP

Charles Skinner [2013]
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Citation: For innovations in magnetic fusion issues including tokamak dust diagnostics and tritium management and seminal contributions to x-ray lasers and applications, non-linear optics, plasma spectroscopy, and plasma-lithium interactions.
Nominated by: DPP

James Lauriston Skinner [1997]
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the theory of spectroscopy and dynamics in liquids, glasses, and crystals.
Nominated by: DCP

William John Skocpol [1987]
Boston University
Citation: For experiments probing the nonequilbrium superconductivity of phase-slip centers, and for experiments probing quantum transport in inversion layers, including single-electron trapping and universal conductance fluctuations.
Nominated by: DCMP

Rex Skodje [2008]
University of Colorado
Citation: For fundamental theoretical studies that have resulted in a great understanding of chemical reaction dynamics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Ralph Skomski [2010]
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Citation: For his significant contributions to our understanding of magnetic materials, especially permanent magnets and magnetic nanostructures.
Nominated by: GMAG

Dennis Michael Skopik [1997]
University of Saskatchewan
Citation: For his research in nuclear and nucleon structure using the electromagnetic interaction and his leadership role in the Saskatchewan Accelerator Laboratory 300 MeV electron facility.
Nominated by: FIP

Alexander N. Skrinsky [1999]
The G. I. Brudker Institute
Citation: In recognition of innovation and leadership in colliders for high energy physics.
Nominated by: FIP

Andris Skuja [1997]
University of Maryland
Citation: For his leadership role in designing and developing complex particle physics experiments, especially the recent work on collider experiments, including the CMS at the LHC in CERN.
Nominated by: DPF

Stanley Skupsky [1993]
University of Rochester
Citation: For key contributions in laser fusion research in the areas of laser beam smoothing, the properties of high-density plasmas, and high-density fusion plasma diagnostics.
Nominated by: DPP

Tomasz Skwarnicki [2000]
Syracuse University
Citation: For original work in the areas of rare b decays and Upsilon spectroscopy and outstanding achievements in detector reconstruction software and detector construction.
Nominated by: DPF

A L Skylar [1950]
Washington, D.C.
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Francis G Slack [1931]
Vanderbilt University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Glen A Slack [1962]
General Electric Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Ronald j Sladek [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Dennis Slafer [2013]
MicroContinuum, Inc
Citation: For pioneering the development of nano-imprint technology and related roll-to-roll processes for use in optical and opto-electronic devices.
Nominated by: FIAP

Francis Slakey [2001]
American Physical Society
Citation: For developing effective grassroots advocacy within the American Physical Society and for forcefully and successfully advocating key APS positions on issues including the federal science budget.
Nominated by: FPS

Patrick Slane [2015]
Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
Citation: For significant contributions to the physics of supernova remnants, in particular for using deep images and spectra, over many wavebands, to understand the interaction of hot gas, interstellar material, pulsar wind nebulae, and cosmic ray acceleration within the remnants.
Nominated by: DAP

Richard C. Slansky [1987]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For fundamental research in Quantum Chromodynamics and its application to the theory of fractionally charged particles.
Nominated by: DPF

Gary W. Slater [2009]
University of Ottawa
Citation: For groundbreaking contributions to our understanding of electrophoretic sieving and entropic separations of macromolecules in gels, solutions, and microfluidic devices.
Nominated by: DPOLY

John C Slater [1928]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Paul Francis Slattery [1984]
University of Rochester
Citation: For numerous and significant contributions to the field of experimental particle physics, particularly in the areas of hadron spectroscopy. inclusive reactions, diffractive dissociation, meson radiation decays, and direct photon production.
Nominated by: DPF

Milton Dean Slaughter [1999]
University of New Orleans
Citation: For creating effective programs that attract and educate minority and female physics students and involve historically black colleges and universities in forefront research.
Nominated by: FED

Ivo Slaus [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For prolific and original contributions to theoretical physics in Europe; for tireless efforts in furthering global communication and understanding.
Nominated by: FIP

Andrei N. Slavin [2009]
Oakland University
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of liner and nonlinear spin wave dynamics in magnetic films and nanostructures, microwave magnetic envelope solitons, and magnetization dynamics induced by spin momentum transfer.
Nominated by: GMAG

Zaka I Slawsky [1963]
Bethesda, Maryland
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

William W Sleator [1931]
University of Michigan
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Joseph Slepian [1928]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

William P Slichter [1961]
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Lawrence M Slifkin [1964]
University of North Carolina
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

L B Slitchter [1936]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

John C Slonczewski [1962]
IBM at Yorktown Heights
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Richart E Slusher [1973]
Not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Stephen A. Slutz [2014]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: For innovative design of pulsed power fusion targets including concepts employing direct magnetic compression of pre-magnetized and pre-heated fuel.
Nominated by: DPP

Gerald James Small [1990]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For research which established that nonphotochemical hole burning is a versatile laser-based probe of disordered and tunneling in amorphous solids and the electronic structure and dynamics of photosynthetic units.
Nominated by: DLS

Bernard Smaller [1963]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Richard Errett Smalley [1986]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For pioneering contributions to knowledge of molecular structure and dynamics through the development and application of techniques of laser spectroscopy in supersonic molecular beams and jets.
Nominated by: DCP

Vladimir Smalyuk [2015]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For seminal contributions to the understanding of hydrodynamic instabilities in inertial confinement fusion using elegant experiments on Omega and NIF.
Nominated by: DPP

Ivan Smalyukh [2016]
University of Colorado at Boulder
Citation: For seminal contributions to the physics of liquid crystal colloids, topological solitons, and related soft matter systems.
Nominated by: DSOFT

Larry Lee Smarr [1988]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Pioneer in the field of numerical relativity; expert on relativistic hydrodynamics and its application to realistic astrophysical scenarios; farsighted organizer of a national supercomputing center for the benefit of all sciences.
Nominated by: DAP

J S Smart [1950]
Washington, D.C.
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Laura Beth Smilowitz [2017]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For pioneering radiography to study thermal explosions, including the development of both a scaled table-top dynamic radiographic facility capable of producing continuous X-ray movies of high speed events, and the triggering techniques required to observe the spontaneous onset of a thermal explosion.
Nominated by: GSCCM

Arthur Lee Smirl [1994]
University of Iowa
Citation: For pioneering, seminal, and continuing work in using ultrafast optical techniques to measure optical nonlinearities, carrier relaxation processes, and carrier transport in bulk materials and semiconductor microstructures.
Nominated by: DLS

Evgenya Smirnova-Simakov [2016]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For the development of photonic-band gap accelerating structures.
Nominated by: DPB

Dirk Smit [2020]
Shell
Citation: For seismic imaging methods based on novel mathematical techniques to image in lensing media, and for novel methods in gravity and electromagnetic data imaging now used routinely in industrial applications.
Nominated by: FIAP

Alexander G Smith [1967]
University of Florida
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Arnold L Smith [1970]
Stanford University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Arthur Stewart Smith [1986]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For significant experimental contributions to the physics of muon pair production in hadron collisions.
Nominated by: DPF

C S Smith [1950]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Darryl Lyle Smith [2000]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For his contribution to materials physics including to the understanding of the electronic and optical properties of semiconductor heterostructures and organic electronic materials and of devices fabricated from these materials.
Nominated by: DMP

David John Smith [2002]
Arizona State University
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the development of atomic-resolution electron microscopy and ongoing applications to oxides, semiconductor heterostructures, and magnetic materials.
Nominated by: DMP

David Anthony Smith [1990]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For important contributions to understanding the atomic structure of grain boundaries and interfaces in metals and semiconductors through the use of computational methods and field-ion and transmission-electron microscopy.
Nominated by: DMP

Earl W Smith [1973]
National Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

F. E. Smith [1927]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Felix T Smith [1963]
Stanford Research Institute
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

George F Smith [1963]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

George W Smith [1974]
General Motors Corporation
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

Gregory Scott Smith [2001]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For scattering studies of the structure and interactions of surfactant membranes and polymeric films and for pioneering novel x-ray and neutron scattering techniques for studying surfaces and interfaces.
Nominated by: DCMP

Harold P Smith [1972]
University of California, Davis
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Harold Glenn Smith [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

James H Smith [1961]
University of Illinois
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James L Smith [1984]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For significant contributions in the areas of magnetism and superconductivity, notably in the actinides and transition elements.
Nominated by: DCMP

James Gilbert Smith [2005]
University of Colorado, Boulder
Citation: For contributions to discoveries of charmless hadronic B meson decays and for studies of the tau lepton.
Nominated by: DPF

John Robert Smith [1981]
General Motors Research Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

John Smith [1991]

Citation: For significant applications of quantum field theory to the phenomenological study of strong, electromagnetic, and weak interactions.
Nominated by: DPF

Keith K. Smith [1928]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Kevin E. Smith [2009]
Boston University
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the study of the electronic structure of solids using angle resolved photoemission spectroscopy, soft x-ray emission spectroscopy and resonant inelastic x-ray scattering.
Nominated by: DMP

Leslie M. Smith [2008]
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Citation: For important and insightful contributions to the understanding of turbulence in engineering and geophysical flows through theory and numerical simulations.
Nominated by: DFD

Lincoln G Smith [1941]
Princeton University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Lloyd P Smith [1934]
Cornell University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Scott Smith [2020]
GE Research
Citation: For contributions to medical imaging, especially innovations in ultrasound transducers.
Nominated by: GMED

Marc K. Smith [2014]
Georgia Institute of Technology
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the fields of interfacial fluid mechanics and heat transfer and to the modernization of fluid mechanics education.
Nominated by: DFD

Michael S. Smith [2013]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding achievements in experimental nuclear astrophysics, including the first demonstration of the inverse-kinematic technique of measuring capture reactions on exotic beams with direct recoil detection, for advancing this technology, and for tireless efforts to convey the significance of such measurements to the general public.
Nominated by: DNP

Neville V. Smith [1980]

Citation: Not Provided
Nominated by: DCMP

P L Smith [1956]
National Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Sinclair Smith [1931]
Mount Wilson Observatory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Stephen J Smith [1960]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Thor L Smith [1964]
Stanford Research Institute
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Todd I. Smith [1999]
Stanford University
Citation: For pioneering contributions in the development of the science and technology of superconducting radio frequency accelerators, free-electron lasers and their applications in various sciences.
Nominated by: DPB

Wesley Harold Smith [1996]
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Citation: For systematic investigation of the structure of hadrons using muon, neutrino and electron deep inelastic scattering and for electronic innovations to detector design.
Nominated by: DPF

William Vick Smith [1951]
University of Delaware
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Winthrop W Smith [1973]
University of Connecticut
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Alexander J. Smits [1997]
Princeton University
Citation: For unique contributions that have increased our physical understanding of how turbulent boundary layers are influenced by Reynolds number, Mach number, curvature, shocks, and other perturbations.
Nominated by: DFD

John Smolin [2011]
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Citation: For his profound contributions to the elucidation of phenomena and techniques central to our current understanding of quantum information theory.
Nominated by: DQI

Lee Smolin [2007]
Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
Citation: For his influential contributions to quantum gravity and for his tireless outreach efforts to communicate the excitement of contemporary physics to philosophers, artists and the lay public.
Nominated by: DGRAV

R Smoluchowski [1942]
General Electric Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Andrei Smolyakov [2004]
University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the theory of magnetic islands in high temperature inhomogeneous plasmas, theory of nonlinear effects in inductive gas discharge plasmas and development of the theory of secondary nonlinear instabilities.
Nominated by: DPP

George F. Smoot [1988]

Citation: For careful work on measurements of both the spectrum and large-scale anisotropy of the cosmic microwave background radiation.
Nominated by: DAP

Louis D Smullin [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Plasma Physics
Nominated by: DAMOP

Charles P Smyth [1937]
Princeton University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

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

William R Smythe [1938]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

A H Snell [1947]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Elias Snitzer [1991]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For pioneering and continuing contributions to solid state lasers, including the invention of the first glass laser and fiber optic laser.
Nominated by: DLS

Leland B Snoddy [1936]
University of Virginia
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

David W. Snoke [2006]
University of Pittsburgh
Citation: For his pioneering work on the experimental and theoretical understanding of dynamical optical processes in semiconductor systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Kurt A. Snover [1986]
University of Washington
Citation: For advancing our knowledge of giant resonances and gamma transitions in nuclei, including the discovery of high energy magnetic transitions and the elucidation of the dipole resonance in excited nuclei.
Nominated by: DNP

Chester Snow [1926]
Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Chester Snow [1930]
Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

George A Snow [1967]
University of Maryland
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Gregory R. Snow [2004]
University of Nebraska
Citation: For outstanding contributions to education and public outreach initiatives associated with elementary particle physics and particle astrophysics.
Nominated by: FED

Joel A. Snow [1995]
Iowa State University
Citation: For leadership in formulation and analysis of science policy, effective communication of science to the public, accomplishments in science management and administration, and support of women and minorities in physics.
Nominated by: FPS

William M. Snow [2013]
Indiana University
Citation: For his contributions to the understanding of fundamental nuclear and particle interactions through innovative studies employing very low energy neutrons and the development of measurement techniques in neutron science.
Nominated by: GPMFC

Stanley Cooper Snowdon [1961]
Madison, Wisconsin
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James N Snyder [1961]
University of Illinois
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Lawrence C Snyder [1972]
Bell Laboratories
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Polymer Physics.
Nominated by: DCP

Philip Snyder [2010]
General Atomics
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the understanding of the H-mode pedestal and edge localized modes in tokamaks, and for theoretical and computational advances in electromagnetic plasma turbulence research.
Nominated by: DPP

Robert Gene Snyder [1994]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: For pioneering research directed towards understanding the vibrations of chain molecules and developing vibrational spectroscopic methods, based on this understanding, for the determination of the structure of chain-molecule assemblies.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Thoma M Snyder [1965]
General Electric Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Henry Wayne Sobel [1998]
University of California, Irvine
Citation: For many contributions to the study of neutrino physics and the investigation of nucleon stability.
Nominated by: DPF

Lee G. Sobotka [2009]
Washington University in St. Louis
Citation: For his contributions to the understanding of complex nuclear reactions, most notably the production of intermediate mass fragments, and for the creation of novel detector systems and signal processing technologies for both basic and applied nuclear science.
Nominated by: DNP

Robert H. Socolow [1983]
Princeton University
Citation: For actively developing technical knowledge of energy usage, and making this knowledge available to a broad public.
Nominated by: FPS

Per Soderlind [2008]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For important contributions in electronic-structure theory for transition and actinide metals, particularly plutonium.
Nominated by: DCMP

Mahendra S Sodha [1959]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Paul Heinrich Soding [1986]
DESY - Center for Free-Electron Laser Science
Citation: For extensive contributions to studies of resonances in photo and electroproduction channels, and for pioneering research on gluons and tests of Quantum Chromodynamics in e+e- collisions.
Nominated by: DPF

Jorge O. Sofo [2013]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: For contributions to computational discoveries in transport, structural and optical properties of materials, including the prediction of graphane, a hydrogenated form of graphene, the properties of an ideal thermoelectronic material, thermoelectric properties of superlattices, and the development of efficient computer codes to determine the transport and optical properties of solids.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Paul E. Sokol [1998]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: For neutron scattering studies of 3He and 4He.
Nominated by: DCMP

Alexei Sokolov [2015]
Texas A&M University
Citation: For insightful work on quantum molecular coherence, ultrafast optics, and laser spectroscopy.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Alexei Sokolov [2007]
University of Akron
Citation: For outstanding contributions in polymer and protein dynamics including the discovery of a dynamical crossover and the relation between fragility and Poisson's ratio.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Pierre Sokolsky [2002]
University of Utah
Citation: For his discovery of the highest energy cosmic ray events that have challenged current understanding of cosmic ray sources and for his leadership of the Utah Fly's Eye and HiRes experiments.
Nominated by: DPF

Alfredo Soldati [2013]
Universita di Udine
Citation: For his contribution to our understanding of the role of turbulence in multiphase flow processes and for nurturing and promoting the teaching and study of multiphase flow phenomena.
Nominated by: DFD

Stefan Soldner-Rembold [2015]
University of Manchester
Citation: For leadership of the DZero Collaboration at the Fermilab Tevatron which provided many discoveries and precision measurements in the field of particle physics.
Nominated by: DPF

Christopher Soles [2011]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For contributions to measuring properties of polymeric materials in thin films, nanoporous films, and nanoscale structures and then demonstrating the impact of these properties on critical aspects of the semiconductor and nanomanufacturing technology sectors.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Stuart Allan Solin [1984]
Washington University in St. Louis
Citation: For innovative work on the structure and vibrational excitations of both ordered and disordered solids and graphite intercalation compounds.
Nominated by: DCMP

Sara A. Solla [2014]
Northwestern University
Citation: For applications of statistical physics to problems concerning learning, adaptation, and information coding in neural systems.
Nominated by: DBIO

Theodore Soller [1945]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Glenn S. Solomon [2008]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For extensive contributions to the study of quantum optics with quantum dots.
Nominated by: DCMP

Michael Solomon [2017]
University of Michigan
Citation: For experimentally elucidating the self-assembly and rheology of colloidal soft matter.
Nominated by: DSOFT

Paul M. Solomon [1999]
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Citation: For work on the limits of small semiconductor devices.
Nominated by: FIAP

Sunil V. Somalwar [2016]
Rutgers University
Citation: For the development of innovative studies of fundamental symmetries including multi-lepton searches for supersymmetry and extended Higgs sectors at the Tevatron Collider and Large Hadron Collider, and tests of charge-parity and charge-parity-time violation with neutral kaon beams.
Nominated by: DPF

Charles M Sommerfield [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

H S Sommers [1953]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Paul Sommers [2007]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: For his significant contributions to experimental cosmic ray physics, for his major part in designing and building the Pierre Auger Cosmic Ray Observatory, and his leadership role in using it to obtain novel and important insights into the nature and properties of the highest energy cosmic rays.
Nominated by: DAP

Gabor A Somorjai [1976]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

Dam Thanh Son [2006]
University of Washington
Citation: For original contributions to the theory of quark pairing at high density, and for the proposal of a fundamental viscosity bound for the QCD plasma being investigated at RHIC.
Nominated by: DNP

Edward Sonder [1967]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Shivaji Sondhi [2008]
Princeton University
Citation: For elegant work in the theory of strongly correlated electronic systems especially concerning spin textures in quantum Hall systems and spin-liquid states in frustrated quantum antiferromagnets.
Nominated by: DCMP

Jin-Joo Song [1995]
Oklahoma State University
Citation: For her pioneering nonlinear optical mixing experiments in condensed phases and for contributions to semiconductor quantum well characterization through innovative laser spectroscopy.
Nominated by: DLS

Jun S Song [2017]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For the development of advanced signal processing methods to reveal patterns in genomic data and study chromatin structures.
Nominated by: DBIO

Yiqiao Song [2009]
Schlumberger Doll Research
Citation: For two-dimensional diffusion-relaxation nuclear magnetic resonance techniques for probing fluids in porous media.
Nominated by: DCMP

Amarjit Soni [2001]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to studies of CP violation in b decays and the computation of weak matrix elements on the lattice.
Nominated by: DPF

Charles P Sonnett [1961]
NASA
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Ratnasingham Sooryakumar [2010]
Ohio State University
Citation: For the elucidation of structure, charge, and spin dynamics in condensed matter systems via Raman and Brillouin light-scattering, and for the development of mobile magnetic traps for micro-manipulation.
Nominated by: DCMP

Davison Soper [2010]
University of Oregon
Citation: For seminal work in Perturbative Quantum Chromodynamics, especially proving theorems on factorization which play a crucial role in interpreting high energy particle collisions.
Nominated by: DPF

Chris Sorensen [2012]
Kansas State University
Citation: For original contributions to condensed matter physics, especially to the scientific understanding and technical application of particulate matter
Nominated by: DCP

Raymond Andrew Sorensen [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Soren Sorensen [2008]
University of Tennessee
Citation: For his important contributions to the field of relativistic heavy ion collisions, in particular for systematic studies of stopping and transverse energy production, and for his early leadership in the PHENIX offline computing framework and in establishing the program of J/psi measurements at RHIC.
Nominated by: DNP

Rafael Dolnick Sorkin [1999]
Syracuse University
Citation: For his original contributions to quantum gravity based on partially ordered or casual sets of discrete space-time; also for his idea of the role of quantum mechanical entanglement in understanding black hole entropy.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Peter P Sorokin [1964]
IBM
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Abraham Sosin [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

R. B. Sosman [1922]
Geophysical Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Fotis Sotiropoulos [2009]
University of Minnesota
Citation: For seminal contributions in vortex dynamics, flow-structure interactions, and chaotic dynamics in civil, mechanical and biomedical applications.
Nominated by: DFD

Paul Souder [1998]
Syracuse University
Citation: For precise measurements of the effects of electroweak interactions in few-body systems, leading to fundamental information about muonium, muonic helium, and the spin structure of the nucleon.
Nominated by: DNP

W H Souder [1946]
National Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Wilmer Souder [1923]
Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Constantinos M. Soukoulis [1991]
Iowa State University
Citation: For imaginative theoretical contributions in the area of spin glasses and electronic and photonic transport and localization.
Nominated by: DCMP

Robert John Soulen [1990]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For the development of Josephson-junction-based noise thermometry for thermodynamic temperature determination, and for the development of temperature fixed points based on superconductivity.
Nominated by: GIMS

John Michael Soures [1992]
University of Rochester
Citation: For his fundamental contributions to our understanding of laser-matter interaction experiments and the development of high-peak-power laser systems for laser-plasma.
Nominated by: DPP

Stephen Southworth [2012]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For pioneering the development of atomic and molecular spectroscopies with 3rd and 4th generation light sources including such new effects as higher multipole asymmetries, double K-shell photoionization, and femtosecond electronic response of atoms to ultra-intense x-rays
Nominated by: DAMOP

Ivo S Souza [2019]
Ikerbasque Foundation and University of the Basque Country, Spain
Citation: For developing the theory of geometric phases in electronic structure and its implementation in practical computational algorithms.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Carl R. Sovinec [2009]
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Citation: For using large scale magnetohydrodynamic simulation to elucidate the roles of reconnection, relaxation and transport in self-organization processes of low field magnetic confinement devices and for providing a primary scientific leadership role in the development of the NIMROD project.
Nominated by: DPP

Frans A. Spaepen [1989]
Harvard University
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of isoconfigurational atomic transport in metallic glasses and of crystal-melt interfaces.
Nominated by: DCMP

Bernardo Spagnolo [2017]
Universita di Palermo
Citation: For distinguished contributions to the theory of noise-induced phenomena and relaxation dynamics in metastable systems and interdisciplinary applications in biological systems and ecosystems.
Nominated by: FIP

Nicola Spaldin [2007]
University of California, Santa Barbara
Citation: For her development and implementation of new computational and theoretical tools for computing the properties of complex solids and their application to the rational design and understanding of new multifunctional materials, and for her profound and diverse contributions to Physics education.
Nominated by: DMP

Gabriel C. Spalding [2013]
Illinois Wesleyan University
Citation: For his work to create a community of physics educators focused on physics laboratory instruction beyond the first year; for creative efforts that have made photon-quantum mechanics affordable and accessible in the undergraduate laboratory; for curricular innovations that enhance the role of laboratory in undergraduate physics education.
Nominated by: FED

William J. Spalding [2006]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For his outstanding contributions to heavy flavor physics experiments in both fixed target and colliding hadron beam environments.
Nominated by: DPF

Steven Spangler [2010]
University of Iowa
Citation: For fundamental advances in theory and radio-astronomical observations for a wide range of turbulent astrophysical plasmas and nonlinear Alfvén waves.
Nominated by: DPP

Jonathan E. Spanier [2016]
Drexel University
Citation: For outstanding contributions to advancing understanding of light-matter interactions, ferroelectric phase stability, and nanoscale phenomena in semiconductors, ferroelectrics and related oxides, interfaces and surfaces, including hot carrier behavior, Raman scattering, and photovoltaics.
Nominated by: DMP

Mark L. Spano [2000]
Naval Surface Warfare Center
Citation: For achievements in experimental nonlinear dynamics, especially as applied to biological systems such as the heart and the brain.
Nominated by: DBIO

Linda Siobhan Sparke [2002]
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Citation: For studies of the structure and dynamics of galaxies, using orbital motions to probe both time-steady and time-varying gravitational potentials, and the distribution of dark matter.
Nominated by: DAP

Cullie James Sparks [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his contributions to the development of x-ray optics, monochromators, and anomalous resonance scattering that have advanced synchrotron radiation studies of local atomic arrangements and displacements in crystals.
Nominated by: DMP

Raymond Harold Spear [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPOLY

Eliot Specht [2012]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For crystallographic studies of the effects of microstructural defects on materials properties, including advancing the understanding of the effects of crystallographic alignment on current transport in high-temperature superconductors
Nominated by: FIAP

James S. Speck [2009]
University of California, Santa Barbara
Citation: For seminal studies of strain relaxation in epitaxial films, for the development of molecular beam epitaxial growth of GaN and nonpolar orientations of nitride semiconductors, and for leadership in applications of wide-band-gap semiconductors to solid-state lighting.
Nominated by: FIAP

F H Spedding [1953]
Iowa State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Geoffrey Spedding [2010]
University of Southern California
Citation: For contributions to our understanding of unsteady animal flight and stratified turbulence, obtained using innovative diagnostic techniques.
Nominated by: DFD

John Charles Spence [1991]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of the basic physics of electron microscopy and its associated spectroscopies, and for the development and application of new techniques in materials physics.
Nominated by: DMP

R D Spence [1954]
Michigan State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

R W Spence [1953]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Edward G Spencer [1962]
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

R C Spencer [1957]
AFC Cambridge Research Center
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Richard G. Spencer [2018]
National Institutes of Health
Citation: For outstanding contributions to nuclear magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy methodology and applications in biomedicine, including analysis of exchanging systems, development of tissue engineering protocols, macromolecular compartment identification, and myelination studies.
Nominated by: GMED

Panagiotis Spentzouris [2020]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For achievements in high energy physics with emphasis on scientific computation for international collaborations, and for fostering international partnerships in quantum computing and quantum information science and technology.
Nominated by: FIP

Daniel J Sperber [1970]
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

David N. Spergel [2013]
Princeton University
Citation: For his pioneering contributions to the understanding of our universe. David's work with the WMAP satellite led to discovery of the geometry, age, and total content of our universe.
Nominated by: DAP

Ulrich Sperhake [2016]
CSIC - Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas
Citation: For important contributions to numerical studies of binary black hole systems, including leading work on recoil velocities following astrophysical mergers, and pioneering efforts exploring the high-speed collision problem of relevance to super-Planck scale physics.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Charles G. Speziale [1997]
Boston University
Citation: For the rational analysis and modeling of turbulent flows that has enhanced our ability to compute complex flows of scientific importance.
Nominated by: DFD

Brian M Spicer [1976]
University of Melbourne
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Wm. E. Spicer [1967]
Stanford University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Ian Spielman [2012]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For innovative and pioneering work in quantum phenomena at the intersection of atomic and condensed matter physics, using quantum simulation with ultracold atoms, including the use of optical interactions to create artificial electromagnetic fields and spin-orbit coupling
Nominated by: DAMOP

Harold Spinka [2007]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For his contributions to spin physics and leadership of symmetry experiments at ZGS, LAMPF, AGS, and RHIC.
Nominated by: DNP

Maria Spiropulu [2014]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For pioneering searches for supersymmetry and extra dimensions at the Tevatron, innovative searches for new physics and the study of the Higgs boson at the LHC, and key contributions to triggering and data flow for CDF and CMS.
Nominated by: DPF

Anatoly Spitkovsky [2020]
Princeton University
Citation: For pioneering applications of numerical methods to the study of high-energy astrophysical plasmas, especially the structure of pulsar magnetospheres, particle acceleration in shocks and relativistic reconnection, and the propagation of thermonuclear burning fronts on neutron stars.
Nominated by: GPAP

Lyman Spitzer [1941]
Yale University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Mark Spitzer [2012]
MicroOptical Corp
Citation: For seminal research on industrially important opto-electronic devices, including photovoltaic devices, micro-display devices and eyeware display devices
Nominated by: FIAP

William G Spitzer [1972]
University of Southern California
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Boris Z. Spivak [2002]
University of Washington
Citation: For seminal contributions to studies of quantum interference effects in mesoscopic systems and of weak localization in disordered materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

Donald A. Spong [2016]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For insightful analysis of energetic particle instabilities and confinement in general 3-D toroidal configurations and contributions to the physics optimization of stellarators.
Nominated by: DPP

George C Sponsler [1967]
Bethesda, Maryland
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Richard Spontak [2008]
North Carolina State University
Citation: For pioneering contributions in electron microscopy and electron microtomography of multiphase polymer materials.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Thomas Spooner [1930]
Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Marcus Spradlin [2018]
Brown University
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of the mathematical structure of quantum field theory, in particular supersymmetric gauge theory.
Nominated by: DPF

Phillip Allen Sprangle [1981]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Michael Springborg [2006]
University of Saarland, Germany
Citation: For his seminal contributions to the development of density-functional methods exploiting helical symmetry of one-dimensional systems and their application to the polymers and chain compounds.
Nominated by: DCP

Roxanne Patricia Springer [2017]
Duke University
Citation: For significant contributions to understanding the low-energy properties of hadrons, nuclei, and especially for pioneering contributions to the use of low-energy effective field theory techniques in the quest to identify and understand the fundamental symmetries of nature.
Nominated by: GFB

Julien Clinton Sprott [1980]
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Physics
Citation: Not Available
Nominated by: DPP

R L Sproull [1954]
Cornell University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Gene D Sprouse [1984]
Stony Brook University
Citation: For contributions to the study of nuclear moments and the interactions of nuclei with solid materials.
Nominated by: DNP

Larry Spruch [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Donald W.L. Sprung [2009]
McMaster University
Citation: For his many important contributions to the understanding of nuclear dynamics, including the development of the first realistic soft-core two-nucleon interaction and the identification of the role of long-range interactions in the deuteron.
Nominated by: GFB

Robert James Spry [2000]
Air Force Research Laboratory
Citation: For important contributions to semiconductor defect spectroscopy, analysis of nonlinear optical devices, and polymer conductivity and optical properties.
Nominated by: FIAP

Jeff Squier [2020]
Colorado School of Mines
Citation: For seminal contributions to ultrafast optical technology, including the first ultrafast Ti:sapphire regenerative amplifier, for the development and application of ultrafast lasers to micromachining, eye surgery, and nonlinear microscopy, and for leadership in optical sciences at Colorado School of Mines.
Nominated by: DLS

C F Squire [1949]
Rice University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Kyle Squires [2008]
Arizona State University
Citation: For his role in discovering the mechanisms creating concentration fluctuations of inertial particles in turbulent flow, and for fundamental contributions to the computational modeling of wall turbulence in complex geometries.
Nominated by: DFD

Todd Squires [2015]
University of California, Santa Barbara
Citation: For advancing the quantitative and qualitative understanding of fundamental processes in microfluidics and nonlinear electrokinetics, colloidal hydrodynamics, and active and nonlinear microrheology of bulk materials and complex fluid interfaces.
Nominated by: DFD

George Srajer [2010]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For applications of synchrotron radiation to phase transitions and the structural and magnetic properties of single crystals, multilayers, and liquid crystals.
Nominated by: DCMP

Katepalli Raju Sreenivasan [1985]
New York University
Citation: For contributing two major recent advances in fluid mechanics, the understanding of relaminarization of certain turbulent flows and the connection of the turbulent structure of wakes with low-dimensional chaos.
Nominated by: DFD

S Sridhar [2007]
Northeastern University
Citation: For elegant experiments providing seminal insights on left-handed metamaterials, quantum chaos, vortex and quasiparticle electrodynamics in superconductors, and collective excitations in low-dimensional materials.
Nominated by: DCMP

Hariharan Srikanth [2014]
University of South Florida
Citation: For important contributions to the experimental studies of magnetization dynamics and novel physics in complex nano-composites.
Nominated by: GMAG

Rangaswamy Srinivasan [1988]
UVTECH Assoc
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of the interaction of ultraviolet radiation with matter, in particular, the action of pulsed UV laser radiation on organic solids.
Nominated by: DCP

Mohan Srinivasarao [2006]
Georgia Institute of Technology
Citation: For his creative contributions to the fields of microstructured polymers and polymer-dispersed liquid crystals.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Santosh Kumar Srivastava [1994]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For contributions made to the field of electron-atom/molecule collision physics by developing experimental techniques to measure accurate collision cross sections and by generating a large body of cross section data for elastic and inelastic scattering, ionization and attachment.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Yogendra N Srivastava [1977]
Northeastern University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Weston M. Stacey [1988]
Georgia Institute of Technology
Citation: For outstanding contributions in the application of plasma physics of fusion-reactor concepts, and for international leadership in multi-disciplinary reactor-design activities.
Nominated by: DPP

Eric Stach [2017]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: For development and application of in-situ and operando methods in materials research using transmission electron microscopy, entrepreneurial activity to commercialize these methods, and for sustained service to the community.
Nominated by: DMP

Johanna Barbara Stachel [1996]
State University of New York, Stony Brook
Citation: For providing compelling evidence that a hot and dense, nearly equilibrated, fireball is formed in the AGS relativistic heavy ion reactions.
Nominated by: DNP

Gary Staebler [2011]
General Atomics
Citation: For his leadership role in developing the trapped gyro-Landau fluid (TGLF) equations and establishing that a quasilinear transport theory model based on these provides an accurate model of nonlinear gyrokinetic turbulence simulations enabling large dataset validation of gyrokinetic transport against experiment.
Nominated by: DPP

Christopher M. Stafford [2017]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For developing innovative techniques to enhance physical understanding of polymer thin films, including combinatorial arrays with controlled gradients, buckling methods to quantify modulus, and the layer-by-layer synthetic method to enhance structure-property relations polymer transport membranes.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Suzanne T. Staggs [2014]
Princeton University
Citation: For her precision measurements of the absolute temperature, temperature anisotropy, and polarization of the CMB from the ground and a balloon, and for her development of novel coherent and bolometric instruments. The results of her pioneering research have led to the discovery of new clusters of galaxies, the kinetic SZ effect, and gravitational lensing of the CMB.
Nominated by: DAP

Frieda Axelrod Stahl [2003]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For extensive work with UCLA's archive and Web site concerning women in physics, energetic efforts to integrate history of physics into physics education, and investigations into the relationship between physics and language.
Nominated by: FHP

Steven William Stahler [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For basic advances in the theory of star formation including the elucidation of protostellar structure and evolution, and the discovery of the stellar birthline in the Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram.
Nominated by: DAP

Ingrid Stairs [2018]
University of British Columbia
Citation: For scientific leadership and meticulous work in instrumentation, in novel tests of General Relativity using multiple binary radio pulsars, and in the detailed study of numerous interesting radio pulsars systems using high-precision timing.
Nominated by: DAP

Kenneth Stalder [2011]
Stalder Tech & Reserch
Citation: In recognition of his application of atomic, molecular and plasma physics in the industrial and commercial sector and of his pioneering work in the area of plasmas created in liquids.
Nominated by: FIAP

Richard Staley [2015]
University of Cambridge
Citation: For multifaceted historical works on how the early community of theoretical and experimental physicists developed relativity physics, and for outstanding analysis of the career of Albert Michelson.
Nominated by: FHP

Ronald Dennis Stambaugh [1987]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For leadership of the Doublett III program on high beta plasmas which lead to the experimental verification of the shape dependence of tokamak beta limits.
Nominated by: DPP

Philip Stamp [2014]
University of British Columbia
Citation: For theoretical contributions to understanding decoherence and quantum relaxation in condensed matter systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

John A Stamper [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Dan Moss Stamper-Kurn [2012]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: For pioneering and trailblazing advances in the physics of quantum fluids and in quantum optics
Nominated by: DAMOP

Robert L Stamps [2017]
University of Glasgow
Citation: For influential and seminal works relevant to fundamental and applied aspects of spintronics, magnetic data storage, and non-volatile magnetic memory, from the perspective of microwave and optical frequency excitations of complex magnets, and ordering dynamics in spin systems far from equilibrium.
Nominated by: GMAG

Phillip C. Stancil [2012]
University of Georgia
Citation: For computational studies of atomic and molecular collision processes and their applications to astrophysics, particularly the chemistry of the early universe and charge exchange phenomena of highly-charged ions in the solar system
Nominated by: DAMOP

Kenneth Graham Standing [2003]
University of Manitoba
Citation: For his innovative developments in time-of-flight mass spectrometry, and its application to the measurement of large biomolecules.
Nominated by: GIMS

Todor Stefanov Stanev [1997]
University of Delaware
Citation: For outstanding contributions to understanding the origin of cosmic rays at ultra-high energies and for pioneering research in the field of neutrino astrophysics.
Nominated by: DAP

Kenneth Charles Stanfield [1992]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For his contributions to the success of the U.S. High Energy Physics program as an experimental physicist, and as a leader and manager of the Fermilab research program for 15 years.
Nominated by: DPF

Ambrose H. Stang [1931]
Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Peter Christian Stangeby [2002]
University of Toronto
Citation: For major contributions to the understanding of physical processes in the edge of magnetic confinement plasma devices, including the physics of plasma wall interaction and particle, energy, and impurity transport.
Nominated by: DPP

Jolanta Irene Stankiewicz [2006]
Universidad de Zaragoza
Citation: For significant contributions to the physics of semimagnetic semiconductors and pioneering semiconductor research in Venezuela.
Nominated by: DCMP

H Eugene Stanley [1974]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Biological Physics and the Division of Chemical Physics.
Nominated by: DCMP

Christopher J Stanton [2003]
University of Florida
Citation: For theoretical contributions to nonequilibrium phenomena in semiconductors and applications to ultrafast laser spectroscopy.
Nominated by: FIAP

John F. Stanton [2012]
University of Texas, Austin
Citation: For his pioneering work in coupled cluster theory and its applications to understanding the spectral manifestations of vibronic coupling
Nominated by: DCP

Henrik Stapelfeldt [2007]
University of Aarhus
Citation: For his pioneering work in the use of ultrashort laser pulses to align molecules and to study their dissociation dynamics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

John W. Staples [2009]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For his exemplary leadership and contributions to the design, fabrication and commissioning of radio frequency quadrupoles, for his innovative work in the development of femtosecond beam synchronization techniques, and for dedication to the mentoring of accelerator students and young colleagues.
Nominated by: DPB

Harvey J Stapleton [1976]
University of Illinois
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Biological Physics
Nominated by: DCMP

Steinar Stapnes [2020]
CERN
Citation: For promotion and scientific leadership of truly global collaborations at the frontier of linear colliders for particle physics research.
Nominated by: FIP

Anthony F. Starace [1980]
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Citation: Not Provided
Nominated by: DAMOP

Glenn D. Starkman [2005]
Case Western Reserve University
Citation: For his wide-ranging and creative contributions to particle astrophysics, including explorations of the possibility of non-trivial topology in the universe, and uncovering unexpected features in the cosmic microwave background fluctuations at large angular scales.
Nominated by: DAP

Alexei Starobinsky [2011]
Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics
Citation: For his pioneering contributions to cosmology, especially to inflationary cosmology, phase transitions in the early universe, and cosmic acceleration.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Francis Starr [2017]
Wesleyan University
Citation: For simulations studies elucidating fundamental aspects of glass formation in bulk, nanocomposite, and ultra-thin film polymer materials; the dynamics of lipid membranes; nanoparticle association in polymer matrices; and the assembly of DNA-grafted nanoparticles into lattice structures in solution.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Sumner Grosby Starrfield [1999]
Arizona State University
Citation: For fundamental contributions to our understanding of the cause and evolution of the nova outburst involving forefront observational and theoretical studies of these explosions.
Nominated by: DAP

Oleg Starykh [2020]
University of Utah
Citation: For important contributions to the theory of quasi-one-dimensional quantum magnets and the magnetization physics of frustrated antiferromagnets.
Nominated by: DCMP

Constantine Stassis [1989]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of magnetic scattering of neutrons and the growth and studies of metallic single crystals at high temperatures.
Nominated by: DCMP

Keivan Stassun [2016]
Vanderbilt University
Citation: For helping to substantially increase Ph.D. attainment in physics and astronomy for underrepresented minorities, and for fundamental contributions to the astrophysics of young stars and brown dwarfs.
Nominated by: FPS

James Henry Stathis [2005]
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Citation: For significant contributions to the physical understanding of silicon dioxide reliability in MOSFET technology.
Nominated by: FIAP

William O Statton [1969]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPOLY

Hans Staub [1944]
Stanford University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Allan Daniel Stauffer [1991]
York University
Citation: For the skillful application of polarized orbital techniques to the understanding of low-energy positron collisions with a variety of atomic systems and their comparison with electron collisions.
Nominated by: GFB

Michael John Stavola [1994]
Lehigh University
Citation: For innovative use of spectroscopy in the study of point defects in semiconductors.
Nominated by: DMP

Stephen Steadman [2004]
U.S. Department of Energy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For his contributions to heavy ion physics at both low and high energies, his commitment to training students, and his exceptional stewardship of the RHIC program.
Nominated by: DNP

Joyce C Stearns [1941]
University of Denver
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Martin Stearns [1962]
Wayne State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Mary Beth Stearns [1973]
Not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Ronald F Stebbings [1975]
Rice University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

Albert Stebbins [2010]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For his contributions to cosmology, especially the study of the cosmic microwave background and its polarization which have led to an ambitious search for primordial gravitational waves.
Nominated by: DAP

Robin T. Stebbins [2016]
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Citation: For 50 years of science and service, including lunar laser ranging, Brans-Dicke tests using the sun's oblateness, the development of vibration isolation systems for the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory, and interferometry for future space-based missions like the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna.
Nominated by: DGRAV

Kathleen Stebe [2010]
University of Pennsylvania
Citation: For lasting contributions to the physics of fluid-fluid interfaces, and in particular the discovery of surface re-mobilization and other sufactant phenomena, to the dynamics of drops and bubbles and to nano-particle self-assembly.
Nominated by: DFD

Floyd W Stecker [1975]
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAP

Duncan Gregory Steel [1994]
University of Michigan
Citation: For his contribution to the continuous wave and coherent transient spectroscopy of atomic vapors and semiconductors, especially the identification of relaxation processes in these media.
Nominated by: DLS

M C Steele [1964]
RCA Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Paul H. Steen [1996]
Cornell University
Citation: For major contributions to interfacial and nonlinear dynamics.
Nominated by: DFD

Ari van Steenbergen [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Giovanni Stefani [2007]
University of Roma
Citation: For his pioneering works in electron-electron coincidence experiments (e,2e) on atoms, molecules and surfaces and the development of innovative instrumentation.
Nominated by: GFB

Matthias Steffen [2013]
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Citation: For seminal contributions to the field of experimental quantum computing, specifically factoring 15 using liquid state NMR techniques and advances in design, coherence, and interactions of superconducting qubits.
Nominated by: DQI

George I. Stegeman [1999]
University of Central Florida
Citation: For pioneering contributions to nonlinear optics and optoelectronics, especially the study of nonlinear guided wave optics.
Nominated by: DLS

Frank Steglich [2015]
Max Planck Institute
Citation: For seminal contributions to correlated electron physics, including discovery of unconventional superconductivity in CeCu2Si2, and explication of electronic criticality near antiferromagnetic quantum critical points.
Nominated by: DCMP

Christoph Steier [2016]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For seminal contributions to the understanding, development, and operation of storage ring based synchrotron light sources, including effects of intrabeam scattering, lattice optimization, undulator compensation, and brightness improvements.
Nominated by: DPB

Gary Steigman [1991]
Ohio State University
Citation: For pioneering work in the study of the early Universe, which led tot he new interdisciplinary field of particle-cosmology.
Nominated by: DAP

Daniel L. Stein [1999]
University of Arizona
Citation: For contributions to the theory of disordered systems, and the stochastic dynamics of noisy nonequilibrium systems.
Nominated by: DCMP

Fredrick M. Stein [2002]
American Physical Society
Citation: For his creative leadership of programs to enhance the effectiveness of science and mathematics instruction and his advocacy on behalf of improving physics education at all levels.
Nominated by: FED

Richard S Stein [1962]
University of Massachusetts
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Talbert Sheldon Stein [1987]
Wayne State University
Citation: For the novel production of a monoenergetic positron beam and pioneering experiments on direct comparisons of the scattering of positrons and electrons by atoms and molecules.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Aephraim Steinberg [2008]
University  of Toronto
Citation: For pioneering theoretical and experimental contributions to the understanding of fundamental quantum phenomena including photon and atom tunneling and the quantum information stored in cold atomic gases.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Daniel Steinberg [2015]
Princeton University
Citation: For developing, assessing, and disseminating new science education outreach programs targeted to pre-college students and to the general public, and for forging prototypical outreach partnerships locally and nationally.
Nominated by: FOEP

John C Steinberg [1938]
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Peter Steinberg [2017]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding scientific contributions in the PHOBOS experiment at Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider and the ATLAS experiment at the large hadron collider regarding the effect of geometry on observables in high-energy nuclear collisions and to the development of tools and techniques for characterizing the geometry of these collisions.
Nominated by: DNP

Phillip H Steinberg [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Richard Steinberg [2015]
City College of New York
Citation: For contributions to understanding the teaching and learning of physics ranging from elementary school science to quantum mechanics and for using physics education research to improve K-16 instruction.
Nominated by: GPER

Herbert Max Steiner [1986]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For his experimental scattering studies involving antiprotons, protons and neutrons leading to better understanding of both the strong and weak interactions.
Nominated by: DPF

Mathias B. Steiner [2016]
IBM Research Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding contributions to industrial and applied physics, especially in the development of novel methods for the experimental investigation and technological application of nanometer scale materials.
Nominated by: FIAP

Richard Steiner [2008]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For his contributions to the development of the NIST Watt Balance, and landmark measurements of the Planck constant, the electron charge, and the Avogadro constant.
Nominated by: GPMFC

Jeffrey I. Steinfeld [1986]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For his original and insightful experimental studies on molecular energy transfer, multiple photon excitation and infrared double resonance in polyatomic molecules in the gas phase.
Nominated by: DCP

Paul Joseph Steinhardt [1986]
Princeton University
Citation: For his important contributions to cosmology and to the theoretical understanding of quasicrystals.
Nominated by: DCMP

Gunter Steinmeyer [2017]
Max Born Institute
Citation: For outstanding contributions to ultrafast nonlinear optics, in particular for the development of pulse characterization techniques, the experimental demonstration of pulse self-compression through laser filamentation, and the investigations of higher-order nonlinear susceptibilities and rogue waves.
Nominated by: DLS

Hans-Peter Steinrueck [2013]
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Citation: For his groundbreaking work on photoelectron spectroscopy of ionic liquid surfaces as well as in-situ investigations of surface reactions coupling photoelectron spectroscopy and molecular beam techniques.
Nominated by: DCP

Andris Talis Stelbovics [2004]
Murdoch University
Citation: For seminal contributions to electron-atom collision theory, including co-development of the convergent-close-coupling method.
Nominated by: GFB

George Stell [1976]
State University of New York, Stony Brook
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Kellogg Sheffield Stelle [2004]
Imperial College London
Citation: For outstanding contributions to quantum supergravity and theories of supersymmetric extended objects.
Nominated by: DPF

P H Stelson [1957]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Timothy J. Stelzer [2016]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For creativity and insights in the development, evaluation, and dissemination of innovative technologies, materials, and methods for improving student learning of introductory physics.
Nominated by: FED

Susanne Stemmer [2012]
University of California, Santa Barbara
Citation: For major contributions to molecular beam epitaxy of oxide thin films, the development of new dielectrics for compound semiconductors, and the advancement of transmission electron microscopy as a quantitative tool in materials science.
Nominated by: DMP

Rainer Ludwig Stenzel [1993]
University of California, Los Angeles
Citation: For pioneering studies and major advances in nonlinear energy conversion processes in plasmas, including unprecedented detailed measurements of RF and whistler wave interactions, magnetic field reconnection and current disruptions.
Nominated by: DPP

Stepan Stepanyan [2014]
Jefferson Laboratory
Citation: For pioneering research to access generalized parton distributions through deeply virtual exclusive processes and the 3-dimensional imaging of the nucleon’s quark structure, and for the development of innovative experimental methods and apparatus in medium energy hadron physics.
Nominated by: GHP

Mikhail Stephanov [2013]
University of Illinois
Citation: For seminal contributions to the theory of high energy density strongly interacting matter, and to the understanding of strong interactions in the strong coupling limit and for being among the first to propose the use of fluctuations to search for phase transitions in heavy ion collisions, for which there is now an active experimental program at the RHIC accelerator.
Nominated by: DNP

Michael John Stephen [1981]
Rutgers University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Frank S Stephens [1978]
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Peter Wesley Stephens [1998]
State University of New York, Stony Brook
Citation: For determination of the structure of fullerene materials and elucidation of the relationships between their structures and physical properties.
Nominated by: DMP

W E Stephens [1944]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

C V Stephenson [1956]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Gregory Brian Stephenson [1991]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For fundamental contributions to understanding the interdependence of diffusion and of plastic deformation in interdiffusion and spinodal decomposition and for time-resolved x-ray-scattering studies of solid state phase transitions.
Nominated by: DMP

S T Stephenson [1957]
State College of Washington
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

George Franklin Sterman [1994]
SUNY at Stony Brook
Citation: For important and innovative developments in the application of quantum chromodynamics to the study of high energy hadronic interactions.
Nominated by: DPF

Ady Stern [2011]
Weizmann Institute of Science
Citation: For understanding decoherence processes in quantum electronic devices, and for proposing experiments to study fractional charges.
Nominated by: DCMP

David P. Stern [1999]
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Citation: For his stimulating efforts over many years to develop the history of physics, especially geomagnetism, space physics and geophysics and for his work in encouraging historical preservation and library conservation.
Nominated by: FHP

Edward A Stern [1967]
University of Washington
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Edward A. Stern [1992]
University of Washington
Citation: For his development of extended x-ray fine structure and measurements on metals, alloys, and molecules.
Nominated by: DCMP

Frank Stern [1965]
Pleasantville, New York
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Richard M Stern [1970]
Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Condensed Matter Physics.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Ernest J Sternglass [1962]
Westinghouse Research Laboratories
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Rudolph M Sternheimer [1961]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Theodore E Sterno [1939]
Harvard College Observatory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Sanford Samuel Sternstein [1976]
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPOLY

F. W. Stevens [1931]
Cosmos Club
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James Reginald Stevens [1992]
University of Guelph
Citation: For his leadership in understanding the physical and chemical properties of stable polyether-salt fast-ion conductors and the synthesis thereof, and for his contribution to the understanding to structural relaxations in polymeric melts.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Mark J. Stevens [2009]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: For his outstanding contributions to the development of computational physics methods and their application to statistical mechanics of polyelectrolytes and complex fluids.
Nominated by: DCOMP

A F.C. Stevenson [1938]
University of Toronto
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

David P Stevenson [1963]
Shell Development Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

E C Stevenson [1936]
Harvard University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Alec T Stewart [1964]
University of North Carolina
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Donald Scott Stewart [1998]
University of Illinois
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the theory of chemically reactive flows, especially concerning the dynamics of multi-dimensional detonations.
Nominated by: DFD

Ellen S Stewart [1965]
University of California, San Diego
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Gay B. Stewart [2009]
University of Arkansas
Citation: For her work preparing teachers at the University of Arkansas, and for her leadership in the Physics Teacher Education Coalition and on the College Board Advanced Placement Physics Test Development Committee and the AP Physics Redesign Commission.
Nominated by: FED

Gregory Randall Stewart [1993]
University of Florida
Citation: For extensive and definitive studies of the thermodynamic properties of novel materials, including heavy fermion superconductors, actinides and organic superconductors.
Nominated by: DCMP

Iain W. Stewart [2012]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For the development and application of powerful effective field theory techniques for analyzing nonperturbative processes in the strong interactions, ranging from nucleon-nucleon collisions to top quark production.
Nominated by: DNP

John Q. Stewart [1925]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

John Wescott Stewart [1959]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

John Stewart [2016]
West Virginia University
Citation: For pioneering research into what contributes to student success in introductory physics courses, and national efforts to impact the recruitment and retention of undergraduate physics majors and teachers.
Nominated by: FED

William A Steyert [1972]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Robert E Stickney [1971]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAMOP

W. W. Stifler [1928]
Amherst College
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Mark David Stiles [2004]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For his creative and skillful use of first principles calculations and phenomenological models that have substantially contributed to our understanding of the physics of magnetic heterostructures.
Nominated by: DMP

Frank H Stillinger [1963]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

H F Stimson [1934]
Bureau of Standards
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James H. Stith [1996]
Ohio State University
Citation: For his contributions to physics education on both a national and international scale, especially in the areas of educational standards and assessment, and with regard to involvement of minorities in physics education.
Nominated by: FED

Thomas H Stix [1962]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Donald C Stockbarger [1936]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Roger L. Stockbauer [1995]
Louisiana State University
Citation: For outstanding contributions to atomic, molecular, optical, and condensed matter physics through the design and implementation of sophisticated instrumentation that has served as the genesis for new fields of research.
Nominated by: GIMS

Mark Stockman [2010]
Georgia State University
Citation: For groundbreaking theoretical contributions to plasmonics including the SPASER, adiabatic superfocusing, and coherent control on the nanoscale
Nominated by: DLS

R H Stockmayer [1953]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

George M Stocks [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Wolfgang Stodiek [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Christian Stoeckl [2017]
University of Rochester
Citation: For scientific contributions and leadership in the development of novel optical, X-ray, and neutron diagnostics to advance the fields of inertial confinement fusion and high energy density physics.
Nominated by: GIMS

Thomas Stoehlker [2007]
GSI Darmstadt
Citation: For significant contributions to the understanding of the atomic structure and excitation processes of highly charged ions through precision spectroscopy on few-electron high Z ions.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Joachim Stohr [1988]
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For the development of new synchrotron radiation based surface x-ray absorption techniques and their use for the determination of the geometric arrangement of atoms and molecules on surfaces.
Nominated by: DCP

Boris P Stoicheff [1969]
University of Toronto
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Richard H Stokes [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Robert G Stokstad [1981]
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

Rogers Hall Stolen [1987]
Virginia Technical Institute
Citation: For the development of fiber nonlinear optics, the invention of polarization preserving fibers, and the first experimental observation of optical solitons in fibers.
Nominated by: DCMP

Paul Stoler [1995]
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Citation: For many important experimental contributions, using electromagnetic and hadronic probes, to our understanding of the properties of pions, nucleons and excited baryons and their interactions in nuclei.
Nominated by: DNP

Gustavo A. Stolovitzky [2006]
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Citation: For contributions to the use of pattern discovery and other multivariate analytical tools in mining biological data -especially in gene expression- and to modeling noise in biotechnologies such as PCR and gene expression arrays.
Nominated by: DBIO

Albert Stolow [2008]
Steacie Institute
Citation: For contributions to ultrafast laser science as applied to molecular physics, including time-resolved studies of non-adiabatic dynamics in excited molecules, non-perturbative quantum control of molecular dynamics, and dynamics of polyatomic molecules in strong laser fields.
Nominated by: DCP

A M Stone [1949]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Alfred Douglass Stone [1993]
Yale University
Citation: For the theoretical discovery of the phenomenon of "Universal Conductance Fluctuations" and the explication of its microscopic origins.
Nominated by: DCMP

Edward C Stone [1975]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAP

Howard A. Stone [2003]
Harvard University
Citation: For pioneering work on the dynamics of complex fluids in small-scale systems.
Nominated by: DFD

I. Stone [1927]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James M. Stone [2013]
Princeton University
Citation: For his leading role in the development of tools for computational magnetohydrodynamics and in advancing our understanding of the physics of accretion disks, the dynamics of disk driven winds, and the dynamics of molecular clouds.
Nominated by: DAP

Michael Stone [2008]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For profound contributions to the physics of quantum fluids and to the application of modern quantum field theory to condensed matter physics.
Nominated by: DCMP

Sheldon Leslie Stone [1993]
Syracuse University
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the study of b-quark decays.
Nominated by: DPF

Arthur Marshall Stoneham [1996]
London Imperial College
Citation: For seminal and extensive contributions to the theory of defects and defect processes in solids through research articles and books, and for the promotion of physics research through effective management.
Nominated by: DMP

Hendricus T.C. Stoof [2006]
Utrecht University
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the many-body theory of ultracold atomic gases, and especially for the development of the theory of Feshbach resonances in strongly interacting Bose and Fermi gases.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Horst Ludwig Stormer [1985]
Alcatel Lucent, Bell Laboratories
Citation: For his pioneering work on transport in 2D inversion layers and the discovery of the fractional quantum Hall effect.
Nominated by: DCMP

J W Stout [1950]
University of Chicago
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

James Douglas Strachan [1988]
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Citation: For his contributions to the measurement and understanding of the physics of fusion reaction products in tokamaks, of electron runaway, and of chock wave propagation in inhomogeneous media.
Nominated by: DPP

C V Strain [1953]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Edward J. Strait [1995]
General Atomics
Citation: For his contributions to the understanding and improvement of the stability of high beta tokamak plasmas.
Nominated by: DPP

James B. Strait [2003]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For his contributions to superconducting magnet technology and his leadership of the US LHC Accelerator Project.
Nominated by: DPB

Joseph Paul Straley [2004]
University of Kentucky
Citation: For his influential theoretical contributions to the statistical mechanics of percolation and liquid crystals.
Nominated by: DCMP

James D Stranathan [1936]
University of Kansas
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

M W.P. Strandberg [1953]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Matthew Strassler [2007]
University of Washington
Citation: For work extending the AdS/CFT gravity/gauge duality to QCD-like confining theories, and for insights into novel aspects of the physics of strongly coupled supersymmetric theories.
Nominated by: DPF

Richard Mark Stratt [1997]
Brown University
Citation: For major contributions to our understanding of the microscopic origins of collective vibrational motions (instantaneous norm modes) in liquids and their ramifications for ultrafast spectroscopy and liquid dynamics in general.
Nominated by: DCP

Julius A Stratten [1936]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Robert Stratton [1960]
Texas Instruments Incorporated
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Thomas F Stratton [1963]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Henry Raymond Strauss [1987]
New York University
Citation: For his intuition in the structure of nonlinear mangetohydrodynamics and the development of the 'reduced' of Strauss equations which have had a major impact on fusion and space plasma physics.
Nominated by: DPP

Herbert L Strauss [1976]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

J C Street [1936]
Harvard University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Robert Anthony Street [1985]
Palo Alto Research Center
Citation: For his many advances in the understanding of the gap states of amorphous semiconductors, including the importance and simplicity of characteristic defects, elucidation of recombination mechanisms, and doping.
Nominated by: DCMP

Roger A Strehlow [1961]
University of Illinois
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Stephen Streiffer [2007]
Argonne National Laboratory
Citation: For experimental studies of ferroelectric thin film physics, that have established the relationships between epitaxial strain, ferroelectric phase transition behavior and domain structure, and size effects, and for advancing the fundamental understanding of complex oxide thin film microstructure.
Nominated by: DMP

Frederick Streitz [2015]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For important contributions to computational condensed matter physics and for leadership in extreme scale computation.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Mark Strikman [1997]
Pennsylvania State University
Citation: For developing light cone techniques for nuclear systems, applying these to deep inelastic scattering and for original contributions related to understanding and measuring the effects of color transparency.
Nominated by: DNP

Giancarlo Strinati [2010]
Universita di Camerino
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of strongly interacting Fermi gases, including the physics of the BEC-BCS crossover.
Nominated by: DCMP

Steven Strogatz [2014]
Cornell University
Citation: For seminal work on complex networks, nonlinear oscillators, and synchronization phenomena.
Nominated by: GSNP

George W Stroke [1967]
University of Michigan
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

H Henry Strokes [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DNP

David M Strom [2017]
University of Oregon
Citation: For leadership on the ATLAS experiment, particularly related to trigger and data acquisition, and for contributions to the ATLAS physics outcomes, including the discovery of the Higgs boson.
Nominated by: DPF

Andrew Strominger [2018]
Harvard University
Citation: For outstanding insights into quantum gravity especially properties of quantum black holes.
Nominated by: DGRAV

John Strong [1934]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Myron Strongin [1972]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Joseph Anthony Stroscio [2002]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For advancing our fundamental knowledge of semiconductor and metal surfaces and the innovative development, application, and dissemination of advanced methods of scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy.
Nominated by: GIMS

Michael Anthony Stroscio [2004]
University of Illinois, Chicago
Citation: For the application of physics to issues affecting society, for leadership in government efforts to maintain open scientific communications, and for theoretical research in the physical sciences.
Nominated by: FPS

Daniel David Strottman [1983]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For his significant research in theoretical nuclear physics, including especially his outstanding contributions toward our understanding the structure of the atomic nucleus.
Nominated by: DNP

Carlos R. Stroud [1983]
University of Rochester
Citation: For his contributions to our understanding of quantum radiation phenomena.
Nominated by: DAMOP

David Gordon Stroud [1991]
Ohio State University
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of a broad range of physical properties in composite media, especially linear and non-linear optical susceptibilities, classical and quantum aspects of superconductivity, and magnetotransport.
Nominated by: DCMP

Rhonda M. Stroud [2009]
Naval Research Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to the structure of synthetic and natural materials including quasicrystals, aerogel nanocomposites, spin-polarized thin film devices and stardust.
Nominated by: DCMP

Mark William Strovink [1984]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: For his originality and major contributions to the work on muon scattering and the search for Right-Handed Current in moun decay.
Nominated by: DPF

Ryszard Stroynowski [1994]
Southern Methodist University
Citation: For the contribution to the understanding of physics of the lepton.
Nominated by: DPF

Otto Struve [1946]
Yerkes Observatory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Christopher Stubbs [1999]
University of Washington
Citation: For the detection of gravitational microlensing in the galactic halo and for his searches for new long-range forces.
Nominated by: DAP

Ernest C.G. Stuckelberg [1931]
Princeton University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Otmar Michael Stuetzer [1963]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Roger H. Stuewer [1991]
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Citation: For his persistent, highly original contributions to the history of physics and for his emphasis on demographic development.
Nominated by: FHP

Robert Stump [1965]
University of Kansas
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Gennady V. Stupakov [2005]
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
Citation: For his contributions to theoretical beam physics including innovative impedance calculation methods, study of collective beam instabilities, and pioneering research of echo effect in circular accelerators.
Nominated by: DPB

Samuel Isaac Stupp [1991]
Northwestern University
Citation: For his contributions to our understanding of molecular organization and phase separation phenomena in main chain liquid crystal polymers and their orientation dynamics in magnetic and electric fields.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Michael E Sturge [1973]
Not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCMP

Peter A Sturrock [1960]
Stanford, California
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Bradford Sturtevant [1976]
California Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DFD

Martin Stutzmann [2006]
Walter Schottky Institut
Citation: For contributions to the microscopic understanding of electronic processes in semiconductors and the development of novel semiconductor devices.
Nominated by: DMP

William Calvin Stwalley [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DAP

Dong Su [2019]
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For leading contributions to state-of-the-art vertex detector and trigger systems at SLD, BaBar, and ATLAS, thus advancing knowledge of weak interaction physics within the Standard Model and providing a foundation for novel physics searches based on b- and c-quark tagging.
Nominated by: DPF

Qichang Su [2012]
Illinois State University
Citation: For his contributions to understanding the atomic ionization process under intense laser fields and his highly effective involvement of undergraduate students in this research work
Nominated by: DAMOP

Shufang Su [2014]
University of Arizona
Citation: For her fundamental contributions to the phenomenology of Higgs bosons, dark matter, supersymmetry, and other physics beyond the Standard Model, which have stimulated and guided experimental search programs.
Nominated by: DPF

Wu-Pei Su [2014]
University of Houston
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the theory of solitons in conducting polymers and elucidation of their topological nature.
Nominated by: DCMP

Kumble R. Subbaswamy [1992]
University of Kentucky
Citation: For his theory of nonlinear optical susceptibilities in insulators.
Nominated by: DCMP

Joseph E. Subotnik [2020]
University of Pennsylvania
Citation: For pioneering advances in understanding the nature of nonadiabatic processes and merging electronic structure with chemical dynamics, advances that have allowed us to better model photo-induced processes and dissipation at metal-molecule interfaces.
Nominated by: DCP

Sauro Fausto Succi [1999]
IAC-CNR
Citation: For development and application of lattice Boltzmann and other computational methods that successfully marry continuum and statistical mechanical approaches to complex physics problems.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Joseph Sucher [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPF

Szymon Suckewer [1981]
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Ravindra N Sudan [1968]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

George Sudarshan [1962]
University of Rochester
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Asle Sudbo [2019]
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the theory of vortex matter in strongly fluctuating superconductors, superfluids, and multicomponent condensates.
Nominated by: DCMP

Hermann Suderow [2017]
Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Citation: For groundbreaking contributions to the development of dilution refrigerator scanning tunneling microscopy, and for leading its application to high resolution studies of electronic properties in two-gap, magnetic, and charge-ordered superconductors, and to vortex physics.
Nominated by: DCMP

Masaki Suenaga [2001]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: For pioneering studies of the properties that control the critical current density of both low and high temperature superconductors.
Nominated by: DMP

Robert L. Sugar [1980]
University of California, Santa Barbara
Citation: Not Provided
Nominated by: DPF

Linda Ellen Sugiyama [2004]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For contributions to the development of numerical simulation for the study of basic questions in plasma physics and the inter-relationship between the numerical and analytical approaches to plasma theory.
Nominated by: DPP

Ephraim Suhir [2002]
Iolon, Inc., California
Citation: For distinguished contributions to the field of analytical modeling of the physical behavior and reliability of microelectronic and photonic materials and systems.
Nominated by: FIAP

Arthur G. Suits [2006]
Wayne State University
Citation: For pioneering work in the application of state-resolved and "universal" ion imaging techniques to a broad range of problems in chemical physics and reaction dynamics.
Nominated by: DCP

Chauncey G Suits [1939]
General Electric Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Svetlana Sukhishvili [2007]
Steven Institute of Technology
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the science of polymer monolayers and multilayers adsorbed at water/solid interface, and for understanding the correlations of polymeric self-assembly in solutions and at surfaces.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Lawrence Richard Sulak [1984]
Boston University
Citation: For fundamental investigation of nature of the neutral weak current and innovative searches for evidence of nucleon instability.
Nominated by: DPF

Bela Sulik [2008]
Hungarian Academy of Science
Citation: For numerous significant contributions, both theoretical and experimental, to the fundamental understanding of atomic and molecular collisions, and especially for his work on multi-electron and multiple scattering processes with ionic projectiles
Nominated by: GFB

Gregory Sullivan [2010]
University of Maryland
Citation: For contributions to the field of experimental elementary particle physics including contributions to the discovery of the top-quark at the Fermilab tevatron and new properties of neutrinos using Super Kamiokande-I, and for the development of experimental techniques in neutrino detection with the Super Kamiokande-I and IceCube detectors.
Nominated by: DPF

Neil Samuel Sullivan [1987]
University of Florida
Citation: For fundamental studies of quantum solids using NMR techniques: contributions to orientational transitions in adsorbed N2 and solid hydrogen, discovery of a quadrupolar glass state in hydrogen, and elucidation of vacancies in solid 3He.
Nominated by: DCMP

George Clarck Summerfield [1969]
Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Bobby G. Sumpter [2014]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding scientific impact and development in computational soft matter and nanoscience through the development and use of principles from computer science and mathematics and the results of theoretical physics and chemistry to facilitate solving materials problems and discovery of new functional materials.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Chao Sun [2020]
Tsinghua University
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the understanding of turbulent Taylor-Couette and Rayleigh-Bénard flows and dispersed multiphase flows, to illuminating experiments on droplet impact, and for being an international leader in experimental fluid dynamics.
Nominated by: DFD

Handong Sun [2016]
Nanyang Technological University
Citation: For outstanding contributions to optoelectronics with novel characterization and deep understanding of photonic materials and structures, leading to practical high-performance devices.
Nominated by: FIAP

Jonathan Sun [2007]
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Citation: For his many contributions to the understanding and application of magnetic and superconducting devices, including those based on spin-momentum transfer and high-temperature superconductivity.
Nominated by: GMAG

Liling Sun [2015]
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Citation: For outstanding contributions in the study of iron-based superconductors and other quantum correlated materials, and in the development of state-of-the-art systems for in-situ high pressure measurements.
Nominated by: DMP

Sean Sun [2016]
Johns Hopkins University
Citation: For his contributions in understanding the mechanisms of biological force generation at the molecular and cellular levels, and the development of mathematical models of cell shape, cell volume, and cell motility.
Nominated by: DBIO

Swaminatha Sundaram [1964]
Illinois Institute of Technology
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Ronald M. Sundelin [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For contributions to the science and technology of superconducting and normal conducting accelerating structures.
Nominated by: DPB

Raman Sundrum [2003]
Johns Hopkins University
Citation: For discoveries in supergravity and in theories of extra dimensions, and for applications to testable models of fundamental physics.
Nominated by: DPF

Chong Sook P. Sung [1991]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For the development and application of spectroscopic techniques for the study of physics pf polymer glasses and surfaces.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Hyung Jin Sung [2013]
KAIST
Citation: For contributions to turbulence, fluid-structure interaction and opto/micro fluidics to find the fundamental physics of these flows and their applications using various numerical and experimental techniques.
Nominated by: DFD

Jules W Sunier [1982]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPOLY

Nicholas B Suntzeff [2017]
Texas A&M University
Citation: For essential contributions and leadership in observational cosmology and astrophysics; investigations into the phenomenology of Type Ia supernovae which laid the groundwork for the discovery of the accelerated expansion of the Universe; and for cofounding one of the two teams that made this discovery.
Nominated by: DAP

Andrew W Sunyar [1958]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Eric Suraud [2015]
Université Paul Sabatier
Citation: For major contributions to cluster physics, including development of a microscopic description of the nonlinear response of irradiated clusters and molecules leading to a wide range of applications, and for developing ties with emerging nations in Eastern Europe and Asia.
Nominated by: FIP

Clifford M. Surko [1986]
University of California, San Diego
Citation: For innovative development of laser diagnostic techniques and advances in the understanding of turbulence and wave propagation in tokamak fusion plasmas, fluids and solids.
Nominated by: DPP

Rebecca A. Surman [2016]
University of Notre Dame
Citation: For contributions in elucidating r-process nucleosynthesis, in particular for connecting microphysics such as mass models and reaction rates to astrophysical environments, and for guiding the experimental efforts worldwide on deciding the most impactful nuclei to study at exotic nuclear beam facilities.
Nominated by: DNP

Bernd Surrow [2019]
Temple University
Citation: For developing the methodology and fundamental measurements for determining the spin structure and dynamics of the proton using W-boson and jet production in high-energy polarized proton collisions, and for developing a future electron-ion collider facility.
Nominated by: DNP

Kenneth Suslick [2015]
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For pioneering explorations of sonoluminescence and sonochemistry. And for providing the first measurements of conditions created during cavitation as bubbles implosively collapse.
Nominated by: DCP

Laurance J. Suter [1996]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For pioneering work and leadership in the design, modeling, and analysis of experiments using laser heated hohlraums that quantify and control x-ray drive, symmetry, and pulse shaped implosions.
Nominated by: DPP

Ulrich Werner Suter [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his pioneering contributions in the simulation of polymers, in particular the structure, elastic properties and large strain behavior of polymer glasses.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Bill Sutherland [1989]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of electronic states in solids.
Nominated by: DCMP

Bruce R. Sutherland [2016]
University of Alberta
Citation: For pioneering research on internal waves, co-invention of the synthetic Schlieren method, and writing an influential textbook on internal waves.
Nominated by: DFD

John Clark Sutherland [1985]
East Carolina University
Citation: For contributions to biological physics.
Nominated by: DBIO

Richard L. Sutherland [1997]
Science Applications International Corp
Citation: For his contributions to the understanding and application of non-linear optical materials and switchable volumetric holograms.
Nominated by: FIAP

David Franklin Sutter [1997]
U.S. Department of Energy
Citation: For continuous support of the particle accelerator community through his leadership of U.S. D.O.E. programs of accelerator physics and technology.
Nominated by: DPB

Paul M Sutton [1962]
Ford Motor Company
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

R B Sutton [1949]
Carnegie Institute
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Hiroshi Suura [1967]
University of Minnesota
Citation: Not available
Nominated by:

Bergen R Suydam [1975]
Los Alamos Science Laboratory
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DPP

Annick Suzor-Weiner [1997]
Universite Paris-Sud
Citation: For her pioneering development of the theory of dissociative recombination, and for many other contributions to atomic and molecular physics which have stimulated significant theoretical and experimental studies.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Yuri Suzuki [2011]
University of California, Berkeley
Citation: For innovative work in epitaxial oxide thin films, nanostructures and devices, with tailored magnetic and electronic properties, and the development of platforms for photonic structures.
Nominated by: DMP

Sune R. Svanberg [1994]
University of Lund
Citation: For his contributions to atomic laser spectroscopy and his extensions of laser spectroscopy to energy, environmental and medical research.
Nominated by: FIP

Bengt G. Svensson [2014]
University of Oslo
Citation: For pioneering and sustained contributions to ion-solid interactions and defects, doping and diffusion in Si, SiGe, SiC and oxide semiconductors.
Nominated by: FIAP

Eric Carl Svensson [1987]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For his neutron scattering studies of liquid 4He. especially the determination of the Bose-condensate fraction.
Nominated by: DCMP

Benjamin Svetitsky [2010]
Tel Aviv University
Citation: For elucidating the properties of the confinement-deconfinement transition
of gauge theories at high temperature and of the quark-gluon plasma.
Nominated by: DNP

Boris Svistunov [2008]
University of Massachusetts
Citation: For pioneering contributions to the theory and practice of Monte Carlo simulations for strongly correlated quantum and classical systems, the invention of the worm algorithm and diagrammatic Monte Carlo techniques, and fundamental theoretical results on superfluid phenomena in quantum gases, liquids, and solids.
Nominated by: DCOMP

Robert Svoboda [2012]
University of California, Davis
Citation: For his numerous contributions to the study of the neutrino, and development of technologies for neutrino detection. His contributions include the first observation of neutrinos from the supernova SN1987A, and development of large underground neutrino detectors such s IMB, Super-Kamikande, and Kamland that have resulted in the definitive discovery of neutrino oscillations
Nominated by: DPF

David Wood Swain [1984]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For his research and development contributions in the areas of relativistic electron beams, high-beta tokamak experiments, and ELMO bumpy Torus experiments.
Nominated by: DPP

Jerome D Swalen [1974]
IBM
Citation: Also approved by the Division of Condensed Matter Physics.
Nominated by: DCP

Jean Hebb Swank [1993]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For pioneering studies establishing the nature of X-ray burst sources and leadership in developing the powerful X-ray Timing Explorer (XTE) mission, a major upcoming guest observer facility.
Nominated by: DAP

C P Swann [1957]
Bartol Research Foundation
Citation: Not available
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Donald G. Swanson [1986]
Auburn University
Citation: For experimental and theoretical contributions to the effects of boundaries on fast Alfven waves and for fundamental work on mode conversion and tunneling in the ion cyclotron range of frequencies.
Nominated by: DPP

Eric Swanson [2010]
University of Pittsburgh
Citation: For contributions to the theory of hadron spectroscopy, especially in the areas of charm-quark mesons, gluonic excitations, and mesonic molecules.
Nominated by: GHP

Lynwood W Swanson [1971]
Linfield College
Citation: Not available
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Morris L. Swartz [1998]
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
Citation: For contributions to high precision experimental studies of the electroweak interaction at high energy.
Nominated by: DPF

Brian S. Swartzentruber [2002]
Sandia National Laboratories
Citation: For pioneering studies of atomic-scale, kinetic and thermodynamic aspects of the morphology of Si surfaces, and significant innovations in scanning tunneling microscopy.
Nominated by: DMP

Charles E. Swenberg [1985]
Not available
Citation: For outstanding theoretical contributions relating to the dynamics of exciton generation, and exciton-exciton interactions in organic solids, including the photosynthetic unit.
Nominated by: DBIO

Robert H. Swendsen [1983]
Carnegie Mellon University
Citation: For his contributions to our understanding of phase transitions and critical behavior in lattice models in statistical mechanics.
Nominated by: DCMP

Clayton A Swenson [1961]
Iowa State University
Citation: Not available
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Robert J Swenson [1975]
Montana State University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: DCP

Damian Swift [2015]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For wide-ranging contributions to shock- and ramp-wave compression experiments using laser, pulsed-power, and explosive drivers, and for employing rigorous quantum and statistical mechanical principles to guide the formulation of theoretical solutions to experimental problems.
Nominated by: GSCCM

Gregory William Swift [1997]
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Citation: For pivotal experiments leading to a new understanding of the superfluid state and for the development of thermoacoustic engines.
Nominated by: FIAP

Jack Bernard Swift [1994]
University of Texas, Austin
Citation: For his contributions to the understanding of instabilities and pattern formation in convection, Couette-Taylor flow, and liquid crystals, and for the development (with Hohenberg) of the widely studied Swift-Hohenberg equation.
Nominated by: DFD

James C Swihart [1967]
Indiana University
Citation: Not available
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Harry L Swinney [1977]
City College of New York
Citation: Also approved by the Division on Chemical Physics, the Division on Fluid Dynamics, the Forum on International Physics, the Forum on Education, and the Forum on Industrial and Applie.
Nominated by: DBIO

Simon Patrick Swordy [2001]
University of Chicago
Citation: For innovative measurements with detectors on the ground, on balloons, and in space that significantly advanced the understanding of the sources and galactic propagation of cosmic rays at high energies.
Nominated by: DAP

Jack A Syage [2019]
ImmunogenX
Citation: For the development of time-resolved methods for studying chemical dynamics in molecular clusters, state-specific, angle-velocity resolved direct imaging, and for pioneering the commercial development of atmospheric pressure photoionization for mainstream mass spectrometric chemical analysis.
Nominated by: DCP

Orest G. Symko [1990]
Affiliation not available
Citation: For pioneering work on nuclear cooling, careful investigation of spin glasses at very low temperatures, and a wide variety of applications of superconducting devices.
Nominated by: DCMP

K R Symon [1957]
University of Wisconsin
Citation: Not available
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Timothy James McNeil Symons [1987]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding innovation of new techniques in nuclear physics at low energies, relativistic energies, and collider energies.
Nominated by: DNP

Edmund J. Synakowski [2000]
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Citation: For innovative experimental studies of local particle and heat transport in tokamaks, which discriminate between alternative theories and approaches to suppression of turbulent transport.
Nominated by: DPP

Miroslav Synek [1965]
DePaul University
Citation: Not available
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Michael James Syphers [2004]
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Citation: For his contributions to non-linear beam dynamics and beam optics design, and to education in accelerator physics.
Nominated by: DPB

Attila Szabo [2007]
National Institutes of Health
Citation: For development of the model-independent theoretical analysis of nuclear magnetic resonance relaxation experiments, development of powerful methods to analyze and interpret a range of single molecule experiments, and for major contributions to the theory of diffusion-influenced reactions.
Nominated by: DBIO

Krzysztof Szalewicz [2000]
University of Delaware
Citation: For definitive contributions to the theory and calculation of intermolecular forces, electron correlation, exotic molecular phenomena, and neutrino mass experiments, using explicitly correlated basis functions.
Nominated by: DAMOP

Grzehorz Szamel [2014]
Colorado State University
Citation: For his contributions to the understanding of glassy dynamics through computer simulations and fundamental theory.
Nominated by: DCP

Adam Szczepaniak [2011]
Indiana University, Bloomington
Citation: For the development of perturbative and nonperturbative methods in Quantum Chromodynamics in the lightcone and equal time formalisms and for their application to properties of exotic mesons.
Nominated by: GFB

Leo Szilard [1941]
Affiliation not available
Citation: Not available
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Igal Szleifer [2005]
Purdue University
Citation: For insightfully combining simulations and theory to quantitatively understand polymer behavior in inhomogeneous environments.
Nominated by: DPOLY

Frank Szmulowicz [2006]
University of Dayton Research Institute
Citation: For contributions to the design and understanding of semiconductor materials for infrared detector applications.
Nominated by: FIAP

Abraham Szoke [1991]
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Citation: For contributions to the study of laser physics, non-linear light scattering, and the behavior of atoms in intense optical fields.
Nominated by: DLS

W T Szymanowski [1944]
University of Pittsburgh
Citation: Not available
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