APS Fellow Archive

The APS Fellow Archive is an historic record of every APS Fellow, from 1921 to the present. 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 Fellows Archive, please contact Janay Oliver, APS Membership and Fellowship Specialist, at fellowship@aps.org.

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Baranger, Harold [2007]
Duke University
Citation: For contributions to mesoscopic and nanoscale physics, especially the manifestations of classical chaos in quantum properties and the interplay of quantum interference and electron-electron interactions.
Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Bass, Steffen A. [2014]
Duke University
Citation: For his pioneering work on the development of transport models for the description of relativistic heavy-ion collisions and their application to the extraction of the properties of the quark gluon plasma.
Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Behringer, Robert Paul [1993]
Duke University
Citation: For the discovery of chaos near onset for large aspect ratio Rayleigh-Bernard convection, and the discovery of propagating waves in simple granular flows: and for the development of non-invasive techniques for imaging convection in porous media.
Nominated by: Division of Fluid Dynamics

Beratan, David Nathan [2001]
Duke University
Citation: For establishing molecular-level theories of electron tunneling interactions in proteins and DNA.
Nominated by: Division of Chemical Physics

Bilpuch, Edward G [1969]
Duke University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Block, Martin M [1960]
Duke University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: American Physical Society

Brown, April [2011]
Duke University
Citation: For outstanding contributions to development and application of molecular beam epitaxy to the formation advanced device structures, with particular contributions to the advancement of the strained heterostructures forming modern microwave devices.
Nominated by: Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

Brown, Kenneth R. [2018]
Duke University
Citation: For the development of quantum control and quantum error-correction routines and the experimental implementation of these ideas in trapped atomic ion qubits and molecular ions.
Nominated by: Division of Quantum Information

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

Constant, F Woodbridge [1937]
Duke University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: American Physical Society

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

Edwards, Glenn S. [2006]
Duke University
Citation: For seminal research in the rapid thermodynamics governing infrared-laser ablation of tissue and for quantifying force producing proceses in tissue dynamics during dorsal closure, a stage of Drosophilia morphogenesis.
Nominated by: Division of Biological Physics

Fairbank, W M [1957]
Duke University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: American Physical Society

Finkelstein, Gleb [2015]
Duke University
Citation: For significant experimental studies of quantum transport in nanostructures, especially electron correlation effects in artificial quantum impurity systems.
Nominated by: Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Gao, Haiyan [2007]
Duke University
Citation: For her extensive contributions to understanding the quark/hadron transition region and for determinations of the nucleon electromagnetic form factors.
Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Gauthier, Daniel Joseph [2002]
Duke University
Citation: For fundamental studies in nonlinear and quantum optics, including the development of the Raman two-photon laser and the investigation of multi-photon optical amplification processes in laser-driven atomic vapors.
Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

Goshaw, Alfred T. [1998]
Duke University
Citation: For broad contributions to the study of the strong interactions in high energy hadron collisions, and for his leadership in particle physics.
Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Gross, Edward E. [1983]
Duke University
Citation: For noteworthy studies in areas of medium-energy and heavy-ion nuclear physics and for his effective leadership of the Holifield Heavy Ion Nuclear Physics Group.
Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Gross, Paul M [1939]
Duke University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: American Physical Society

Hebb, M H [1941]
Duke University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: American Physical Society

Howell, Calvin R. [2006]
Duke University
Citation: For precision measurements of the nucleon-nucleon interaction in few-body systems using polarization observables and for service to the scientific community, especially, by mentoring students at historically black colleges and universities.
Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Kotwal, Ashutosh [2008]
Duke University
Citation: For his precision measurements of the mass of the W boson at the Tevatron.
Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Krigbaum, William R [1962]
Duke University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: American Physical Society

Lewis, Harold Walter [1960]
Duke University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: American Physical Society

Litvinenko, Vladimir N [2003]
Duke University
Citation: For fundamental and pioneering contributions to the physics of beams in electron storage rings and free-electron lasers, including demonstrating the optical klystron and advancing the short wavelength limit of FEL oscillators.
Nominated by: Division of Physics of Beams

Liu, Jie [2013]
Duke University
Citation: For contributions to nanoscale chemistry, especially the controlled synthesis and chemical modification of carbon nanotubes with enhanced properties for numerous applications.
Nominated by: Division of Materials Physics

London, Fritz [1941]
Duke University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: American Physical Society

Mouzon, J C [1937]
Duke University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: American Physical Society

Mueller, Berndt [1994]
Duke University
Citation: For his contributions to the theory of pair production in strong electromagnetic fields and for studies of relativistic heavy ion collisions, including the formation mechanism and signatures of quark-gluon plasma.
Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Nielson, Walter M [1937]
Duke University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: American Physical Society

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

Roberson, Nathan Russell [1981]
Duke University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Robinson, Hugh G [1973]
Duke University
Citation: Not available
Nominated by: American Physical Society

Scholberg, Kate [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: Division of Particles and Fields

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

Springer, Roxanne Patricia [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: Topical Group on Few-Body Systems

Thomas, John Edward [1997]
Duke University
Citation: For fundamental studies of collisions in atomic vapors using methods of laser spectroscopy and for suboptical wavelength position measurements and atom imaging.
Nominated by: Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

Tornow, Werner [1998]
Duke University
Citation: For his contributions to few-nucleon physics, especially his measurements with polarized neutron beams and their precise determination of the n-n scattering length.
Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Walter, Christopher William [2017]
Duke University
Citation: For experimental study of neutrino oscillation physics including the first observations of neutrino flavor appearance and the systematic study of neutrino flavor disappearance, using atmospheric and long-baseline neutrinos with the Super-Kamiokande, K2K, and T2K experiments.
Nominated by: Division of Particles and Fields

Warren, Warren Sloan [1994]
Duke University
Citation: For theoretical and experimental contributions to coherent laser spectroscopy and nuclear magnetic resonance. In both fields, he has shown that enhanced control over radiation fields (pulse shaping and phase shifting) uncovers new physics, permits preparation of novel molecular states, and enhances spectroscopic sensitivity and selectivity.
Nominated by: Division of Chemical Physics

Weller, Henry Richard [1991]
Duke University
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of the structure of light nuclei by use of capture reactions with polarized projectiles, especially with regard to D-state properties of few-body nuclei.
Nominated by: Division of Nuclear Physics

Wu, Ying [2018]
Duke University
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the Duke University storage ring Free-Electron Laser and High Intensity Gamma Source upgrades.
Nominated by: Division of Physics of Beams

Yang, Weitao [2003]
Duke University
Citation: For his pioneering contributions to the development of linear-scaling methods for electronic structure calculations and for his fundamental contributions to density functional theory.
Nominated by: Division of Chemical Physics