APS Fellowship

The Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics is proud to present a list of members nominated by FIAP and elected to Fellowship in the American Physical Society. Each new fellow is elected after careful and competitive review and recommendation by the FIAP Fellowship Committee, additional review by the APS Fellowship Committee and final approval by the full APS Council.
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APS Fellows Nominated by FIAP  

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Ballato, John [2020]
Clemson University
Citation: For pioneering contributions to optical fibers, most notably to novel fiber optic materials and their fabrication.

Hearne, Sean J. [2020]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Citation: For outstanding contributions to the science and technology of thin-film materials, and for visionary leadership of research institutions and professional societies.

Houssa, Michel [2020]
University of Leuven
Citation: For contributions to the understanding and reliability of ultra-thin gate dielectrics and interfaces for nanoscale devices.

Hussey, Daniel S. [2020]
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: For novel developments in neutron radiography and tomography leading to significant advances in lithium-ion batteries, hydrogen fuel cells, concretes, and additive manufacturing; and for the invention of simultaneous neutron/x-ray imaging for analysis of complex natural and engineered materials.

Matsko, Andrey B. [2020]
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Citation: For significant contributions in the area of optical physics, specifically the development of spectrally pure radio frequency photonic oscillators and narrow line lasers.

Riel, Heike [2020]
IBM Research
Citation: For scientific and technical accomplishments in materials and device research for nanoscale electronics in the fields of semiconducting nanowires and organic light-emitting devices for display applications.

Rodbell, Kenneth P. [2020]
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Citation: For contributions to the understanding of high-energy particles interaction with electronic circuits, as well as the physics of transport in metallic interconnects.

Smit, Dirk [2020]
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.