APS Fellow Archive

APS Fellow Archive

[2022] University of California, Irvine Citation: For developing electromagnetic and large-scale structure probes of dark matter candidates and furthering understanding of how relic densities of light dark matter candidates could arise in the early universe. Nominated by: DAP [2022] University Cheikh Anta Diop Citation: For outstanding achievement in research, service to APS, and co-founding a number of organizations in Africa – most notably the African Laser, Atomic, Molecular and Optical Sciences (LAM) Network – to enhance physics research, training, and applications, especially in the field of optics. Nominated by: FIP [2022] Bryn Mawr College Citation: For outstanding physics teaching, superb mentoring of hundreds of women physics undergraduates and dozens of graduate students, and innovative authorship of educational materials. Nominated by: FED [2022] Fermilab Citation: For a long interest in science outreach, including creating a school visit program in 2005 that continues to this day and has impacted over 200,000 children, and writing a science column in a newspaper and website that connects with thousands of readers. Nominated by: FOEP [2022] Brown University Citation: For contributions to understanding the potential quantum mechanical origins of the cosmological constant and for exploring consequences and observational signatures of fundamental symmetry violations in the gravitational sector. Nominated by: DGRAV [2022] The George Washington University Citation: For multiple advances in the study of hadrons in terms of their quark and gluon constituents using lattice QCD. In particular, for the study of the QCD spectrum and the development of techniques to bypass the sign problem. Nominated by: GHP [2022] University of California Berkeley Citation: For insightful contributions to the theoretical understanding of the equilibrium and non-equilibrium phases of many-atom and many-electron systems, including many-body localization and phase transitions in non-equilibrium systems. Nominated by: DAMOP [2022] Purdue University Citation: For highly innovative theoretical and computational research on the fluid dynamics of the motion of particles and microorganisms in a range of fluids, including complex fluids and stratified fluids. Nominated by: DFD [2022] University of Pennsylvania Citation: For creative and insightful experimental discoveries in the fields of complex and biological fluid mechanics. Nominated by: DFD [2022] American Physical Society Citation: For exceptional contributions to the physics community through the creation, transformation, promotion, and support of physics education programs to prepare students and early career physicists for their futures in the scientific workforce and to prepare faculty to be successful career mentors. Nominated by: FED [2022] University of Notre Dame Citation: For groundbreaking efforts to study explosive astrophysical events with exotic beam measurements and the development of unique experimental devices to perform such studies. Nominated by: DNP [2022] University of Utah Citation: For significant contributions to our understanding of the academic, educational, and professional experiences of physicists living at the critical intersections of race, gender, and sexual identity. Nominated by: FDI [2022] Princeton University Citation: For broad and significant contributions to the discovery and understanding of new topological quantum phases. Nominated by: DCMP [2022] University of Utah Citation: For pioneering contributions to the understanding of spin-dependent electronic processes and spin transport in weakly spin-orbit coupled materials and the development of pulsed coherent condensed matter spin-spectroscopies. Nominated by: DMP [2022] Boston College Citation: For pioneering studies of two-dimensional materials including van der Waals heterostructures and developing the methods used to create layered van der Waals heterostructures. Nominated by: DCMP [2022] Colorado College Citation: For efforts in developing synergistic partnerships between professional societies in physics to support high-quality physics instruction, with a focus on supporting inclusive learning spaces and the integration of biology into the physics curriculum. Nominated by: FED [2022] Michigan State University Citation: For foundational research and development on the roles of computation in physics education and contributions to research on undergraduate and graduate education in physics. Nominated by: GPER [2022] UCLA Citation: For breakthroughs in the use of mode-locked lasers, new species, and metastable states in trapped ion quantum computing and for developing new tools for cold molecule science. Nominated by: DAMOP [2022] Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne Citation: For pioneering work using ultrafast electron scattering instrumentation to discover and control new states of matter at the nanometer and sub-femtosecond scales. Nominated by: DCMP [2022] Institut de Mathématiques et de Sciences Physiques Citation: For extraordinary contributions to and leadership of physics, education, and policy through public service in Benin and UNESCO, for inspiring and empowering primary and secondary teachers, and for raising physics capability as a foundation for sustainable development in Africa. Nominated by: FPS [2022] National Tsing Hua University Citation: For pioneering works on non-commutative geometry in string theory and quantum field theory, and for tireless efforts in promoting and strengthening regional (Asia-Pacific) and international collaboration in physics. Nominated by: FIP [2022] University of Houston Citation: For experimental contributions to understanding nanoparticle dynamics, bacterial adhesion, and colloid-polymer mixtures, using advanced microscopy and light scattering techniques. Nominated by: GSNP [2022] SNOLAB Citation: For outstanding contributions to searches for dark matter particles. Nominated by: DPF [2022] Max Planck Inst Kernphys Citation: For groundbreaking experiments on sympathetic cooling of highly charged ions and many contributions to spectroscopy for astrophysics, plasma physics, and tests of fundamental physics. Nominated by: DAMOP [2022] TU Dresden Citation: For pioneering computational and experimental works on low-dimensional structures and lasting contributions to the atom-to-system understanding of nanoelectronics devices. Nominated by: DCOMP [2022] Weizmann Institute of Science Citation: For introducing a new experimental platform for phase-locking thousands of lasers, applying it to simulate spin Hamiltonians and to solve hard computational problems, and for the pioneering use of advanced laser tools to study fundamental properties of ultra-cold atoms and quantum degenerate gases. Nominated by: DLS [2022] University of California, Irvine Citation: For exceptional contributions to intense field laser science and for exceptional service in promoting a diverse and inclusive plasma physics community. Nominated by: DPP [2022] University of California, San Diego Citation: For using nonequilibrium statistical mechanics theory to model the response of biomolecules, macromolecular complexes, chromosomes, and viral envelopes to forces, thus providing a framework to identify and characterize biological processes from kinetics experiments. Nominated by: DBIO [2022] ETH Zürich Citation: For fundamental insights into the physics of diverse colloidal, polymeric, and biological systems, and the development of experimental methodologies to make, measure, and manipulate these materials. Nominated by: DSOFT [2022] University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Citation: For creating innovative communication and outreach programs in quantum physics that broaden participation and for leadership in advancing informal quantum information science education for early learners. Nominated by: FOEP [2022] Fermilab Citation: For critical contributions to cosmology experiments DES and DESI, and for pioneering the use of thick Charged Coupled Devices (CCDs) with ultra-low readout noise for the search for low-mass dark matter. Nominated by: DAP [2022] University of Kentucky Citation: For contributions to the understanding of the spin and momentum structure of quarks and gluons in the proton through the novel development and application of jet reconstruction tools in polarized proton collisions. Nominated by: GHP [2022] Brookhaven National Laboratory Citation: For the demonstration of hadron beam cooling with RF accelerated electron beams. Nominated by: DPB [2022] AWS Center for Quantum Computing Citation: For proposing, analyzing, and implementing novel techniques to characterize quantum states and processes and to characterize and correct errors in quantum processes. Nominated by: DQI [2022] Pennsylvania State University Citation: For outstanding contributions to Quantum Chromodynamics and its quantitative predictions, including the physics of the quark-gluon plasma and the QCD phase transition, precision determination of the hadronic mass spectrum, and the hadronic contribution to the g-2 anomalous magnetic moment of the muon. Nominated by: DPF [2022] National Institute of Standards and Technology Citation: For pioneering contributions to phase stabilized mode-locked lasers and optical combs, fundamental tests of physics with precision optical spectroscopy, and the development and comparisons of optical atomic clocks with unprecedented precision. Nominated by: DLS [2022] Indiana University Bloomington Citation: For foundational contributions to the statistical physics of complex networks, and particularly to the study of community detection in networks and applications to social and scientific networks. Nominated by: GSNP [2022] Massachusetts Institute of Technology Citation: For pioneering contributions to the study of low-metallicity stars, near-field cosmology, and the r-process in astrophysics. Nominated by: DAP [2022] University of Oregon Citation: For leadership in several areas leading to gravitational wave detection, including the effects of environmental influences on the LIGO detectors and the searches for gravitational waves associated with astrophysical events, most notably gamma-ray bursts. Nominated by: DGRAV [2022] Amherst College Citation: For pioneering experimental research elucidating the quantum behavior of molecular nanomagnets and significant contributions to undergraduate physics research and education. Nominated by: GMAG [2022] North Carolina State University Citation: For seminal contributions to nuclear and neutrino astrophysics, in particular to the understanding of supernovae, their nucleosynthesis, and the neutrino-p process, and for developing predictive models of supernova messengers. Nominated by: DNP [2022] Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT Citation: For pioneering contributions to the theory of topological quantum materials. Nominated by: DCMP [2022] Michael and Cecilia Ibru University Citation: For decades of leadership in the advancement of women in physics in Nigeria and Africa, along with major research contributions solving problems in climate change, agriculture, and finance at the interface of physics and society, thereby benefiting economic development in Africa. Nominated by: FPS [2022] Max Planck Inst Citation: For pioneering contributions to the identification of novel topological materials using high throughput searches via her development of the formalism of Topological Quantum Chemistry. Nominated by: DCMP [2022] St. John's University (Minnesota) Citation: For broad investigations of the early development of quantum mechanics, including Planck’s initial steps in 1900, the Franck-Hertz experiments and their relation to theory, challenges of the helium atom in the context of the old quantum theory, and the mystery of the specific heats of hydrogen. Nominated by: FHPP [2022] MIT Citation: For the creation of time-resolved techniques to selectively probe dynamics of charge, spin, and lattice excitations with unprecedented time, momentum, and energy resolutions and for the observation of Floquet-Bloch states in a topological insulator material achieved with novel pump-probe methods. Nominated by: DCMP [2022] Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris and University of California at Los Angeles Citation: For outstanding contributions to the understanding of the unsteady dynamics of atmospheric, oceanic, and Earth’s climate, via the application of cutting-edge mathematics. Nominated by: GPC [2022] Universidad de Sevilla Citation: For insightful and profound contributions to the theory of drop splashing, especially for describing the first ejecta sheet, and to the formation of monodisperse micro-droplets, bubbles, and encapsulation from stretched jets. Nominated by: DFD [2022] Princeton University & Institut Pasteur Citation: For the development of the fruit fly embryo as a physics laboratory, uncovering unexpected precision in the control of gene expression and the flow of information through genetic networks, illuminating the physics of fundamental cellular processes. Nominated by: DBIO [2022] IBM Research Europe – Zurich Citation: For the development and application of low-temperature atomic force microscopy for synthesis and characterization of elusive molecules. Nominated by: GIMS [2022] Massachusetts Institute of Technology Citation: For using eA and pA hard reaction measurements to advance our knowledge of short-range correlated nucleon pairs in nuclei and their effects on nuclear and nucleon structure. Nominated by: GFB [2022] National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Citation: For pioneering advancements to the measurement science of Raman spectroscopy for quantifying light-matter interactions of low-dimensional materials, including nanoparticles, carbon nanotubes, graphene, and 2D materials, and outstanding mentorship of women in physics. Nominated by: DMP [2022] University of Notre Dame Citation: For abiding leadership in software development across the DZero and CMS experiments, including interdisciplinary leadership in the area of software and data preservation, and for groundbreaking contributions to techniques used to simulate high-luminosity hadron collisions. Nominated by: DPF [2022] Los Alamos National Laboratory Citation: For essential contributions to national security science and international scientific collaboration, leadership in fostering dialogue among diverse technical and policy communities, and promotion of equity and inclusion, especially for women in physics. Nominated by: FPS [2022] Aarhus University Citation: For pioneering contributions to the application of photoelectron spectroscopy in studies of low-dimensional electronic systems. Nominated by: DCMP [2022] Columbia University Citation: For pioneering studies of two-dimensional materials and van der Waals heterostructures, including introducing hexagonal boron nitride as a complementary dielectric for graphene, and developing the methods used to created layered van der Waals heterostructures. Nominated by: DMP [2022] Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology and University of Luxembourg Citation: For ground-breaking contributions to the computational theory of ferroelectric and multiferroic materials. Nominated by: DCOMP [2022] University of Texas at Dallas Citation: For distinguished contributions to the field of theoretical cosmology, particularly for testing modifications to general relativity at cosmological scales, and for sustained excellence in teaching and mentoring students in astrophysics and cosmology. Nominated by: DAP [2022] University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Citation: For the development of plasmonic semiconductors and the use of plasmons to drive simultaneous multielectron reduction reactions with chemical specificity. Nominated by: DCP [2022] University of California, Los Angeles Citation: For pioneering research, development, and commercialization of plasmonic terahertz optoelectronics, enabling high-sensitivity, high-throughput terahertz sensing, and imaging systems. Nominated by: FIAP [2022] University of Wisconsin Citation: For pioneering contributions to physics in medicine, including advanced image analysis revealing disease heterogeneity and leading to therapeutic advances in treatment resistance, as well as foundational contributions to the APS with the establishment of the Topical Group on Medical Physics (GMED). Nominated by: GMED [2022] University of Oxford Citation: For the development of a new platform for terahertz photonics based on semiconductor nanowires. Nominated by: FIAP [2022] University of New South Wales Citation: For insightful research contributions to the spectroscopy of radicals and carbenes as well as to the understanding of fundamental mechanisms in gas-phase reactions, especially concerning “roaming” reactions, and for innovative methods of teaching that have inspired young scientists. Nominated by: DCP [2022] University of Southern California Citation: For penetrating and insightful investigations of problems in biological aquatic and aerial locomotion, ciliary transport, swarms and schooling, and many other topics, that deftly blend elegant theoretical models and physical experiments. Nominated by: DFD [2022] BWX Technologies Citation: For fundamental contributions to the understanding of instabilities, collisions, and heating in the solar wind, and for conceiving and building innovative spacecraft instrumentation that has advanced the field of space plasma physics. Nominated by: GPAP [2022] LIGO Hanford Observatory, California Institute of Technology Citation: For key contributions to LIGO commissioning, calibration, and detector sensitivity, leading to the first detection of gravitational waves, and for leadership in O2 and O3 LIGO/Virgo observation runs to rapidly vet gravitational wave candidates for EM follow-up. Nominated by: DGRAV [2022] The University of Iowa Citation: For insightful experimental and theoretical studies of Alfven waves, under conditions applicable to the acceleration of electrons that powers aurorae, and for leadership in developing satellite-based plasma wave instrumentation. Nominated by: DPP [2022] Hampton University Citation: For elegant, innovative, and tenacious engagement in precision studies of nucleon structure, symmetry tests, and dark photon searches of physics beyond the Standard Model with diverse particle beam probes and leading roles in GEM detectors at facilities in the USA, Canada, Europe, and Japan. Nominated by: DNP [2022] ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences Citation: For the pioneering work in the science and applications of 2D material optoelectronics, quantum photonics, and nano-photonics.This includes the demonstration of record-strong compression of light, the control and detection of 2D polaritons, and the creation of broadband and ultrafast photodetectors. Nominated by: DCMP [2022] University of Delaware Citation: For innovative bio-inspired strategies to control architecture, assembly, and mechanics of soft material systems. Nominated by: DPOLY [2022] Cornell University Citation: For pioneering contributions to the development of atomic-resolution cryogenic scanning transmission electron microscopy as a quantitative tool for probing electronic phases in materials and processes at interfaces between solids and liquids. Nominated by: DMP [2022] Florida International University Citation: For advancing physics education and STEM education through leadership in developing a nationally recognized physics education research group and STEM education research institute, as well as promoting local and national programs in physics that support physics teachers and equity initiatives. Nominated by: FED [2022] University of California, Los Angeles Citation: For pioneering contributions to the understanding of strongly coupled gauge theories, black holes, quantum gravity, and the gauge/gravity correspondence. Nominated by: DPF [2022] Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Citation: For wide-ranging contributions and leadership to the physics of beams, including important contributions to collective beam-beam effects, initiating the free-electron laser and leading the high-intensity proton accelerator programs in India, and the Indian collaboration on PIP-II at Fermilab. Nominated by: DPB [2022] Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Citation: For leadership in integrated hohlraum design physics leading to the creation of the first laboratory burning and igniting fusion plasma. Nominated by: DPP [2022] University of Maryland - College Park Citation: For developing ground breaking theoretical and numerical methods for the design of optimized stellarators, leading to the discovery of stellarator configurations with unprecedented performance. Nominated by: DPP [2022] Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) Citation: For advancing our ability to manipulate magnetization with current and using that ability to develop new technologies. Nominated by: GMAG [2022] Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Citation: For seminal contributions to a better understanding of ECR sources and pioneering the development of the fully superconducting ECR source VENUS, which remains the ECR community technology standard for high beam intensities Nominated by: DPB [2022] University of Wisconsin-Madison Citation: For broad contributions to the theory of quantum transport in mesoscopic, topological, and superconducting systems. Nominated by: DCMP [2022] University of Michigan Citation: For insightful magnetometry and transport studies of high-temperature superconductors, and strongly correlated Kondo insulators that provide important experimental constraints to unresolved theoretical problems in correlated electron physics. Nominated by: DCMP [2022] Michigan State University Citation: For pioneering lattice-QCD calculations of the Bjorken-x dependence of quark and gluon distributions in the nucleon and pion which have led to rapid developments in the field, and outstanding contributions to cross-community efforts to combine lattice inputs with experimental data to advance QCD. Nominated by: DNP [2022] Los Alamos National Laboratory Citation: For the development and work on a broad set of outreach programs introducing STEM science to students from elementary to undergraduate schools and tireless efforts to affect institutional change, working toward a more inclusive, diverse, and equitable STEM work environment. Nominated by: FDI [2022] University of Basel Citation: For the support and promotion of early-career scientists and International relationships through unflagging efforts to bring people together and publicize high-quality research from all corners of the world. Nominated by: FIP [2022] Massachusetts Institute of Technology Citation: For transformative contributions to the theory of magnetic reconnection and for elucidating the fundamental role of hierarchical reconnection phenomena in plasma turbulence, with broad applications in laboratory, space, and astrophysical systems. Nominated by: DPP [2022] National Institute of Standards and Technology Citation: For outstanding scientific leadership in the development of a state-of-the-art optical lattice clock to achieve one of the lowest atomic clock systematic uncertainties ever recorded, and for innovative technologies associated with optical clock comparison, transportable clocks, and stable lasers. Nominated by: DAMOP [2022] Microsoft Quantum Citation: For seminal contributions to the condensed matter physics of topological phases of matter and their applications to quantum computation. Nominated by: DCMP [2022] University of Colorado Boulder Citation: For major contributions to understanding the physics of neutrino production and interactions, and for leadership in data analysis in the T2K and NA61/SHINE collaborations. Nominated by: DPF [2022] Durham University Citation: For important research on the history and evolution of condensed matter physics. Nominated by: FHPP [2022] The Ohio State University Citation: For distinguished contributions to understanding the evolution of black holes and galaxies and to building sophisticated instruments for astronomical observations and cosmological surveys. Nominated by: DAP [2022] University of Chicago Citation: For contributions to the developments of accurate and efficient electronic structure methods for many-electron molecules, based on density matrices. Nominated by: DCP [2022] Brookhaven National Laboratory Citation: For innovative and distinguished contributions to understanding the evolution of collectivity in heavy nuclei, critical precision experiments to test ab initio methods in light nuclei, seminal analyses of antineutrino spectra, and the development of new database tools to understand nuclear data. Nominated by: DNP [2022] The University of Edinburgh Citation: For discovering the structural complexity of matter at extreme pressures, and the rapid rearrangement of atoms enabling such structural complexity on sub-nanosecond shock-compression timescales. Nominated by: GSCCM [2022] University of Michigan Citation: For contributions to the development of III-nitride quantum nanostructures and their applications in ultraviolet optoelectronics and clean energy. Nominated by: FIAP [2022] American Physical Society Citation: For leading the APS journals in new directions as the inaugural Managing Editor of Physical Review X, the first open access venue of the Physical Review family to cover all areas of pure, applied, and interdisciplinary physics. Nominated by: APS [2022] Saarland University Citation: For the invention of novel techniques for cooling trapped ions, atoms, and molecules, and for pioneering theoretical work on the structural phase transitions in low-dimensional trapped-ion crystals. Nominated by: DAMOP [2022] University of California, Los Angeles Citation: For exceptional contributions to the dynamics of triple systems, with high-impact, broad-ranging applications from exoplanets to gravitational-wave sources. Nominated by: DAP [2022] Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research Citation: For significant contributions to promoting diversity, combating discrimination in the physics community, and conceiving and organizing Career Development Workshops for Women in Physics that have had a transformative effect on the trajectories of female physicists. Nominated by: FDI [2022] Michigan Technological University Citation: For exceptional daily astronomy outreach for over 25 years, primarily through the Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD) website, which has served billions of space-related images with explanations translated daily into over 20 languages. Nominated by: FOEP [2022] University of California, Los Angeles Citation: For the synthesis and characterization of correlated and topological quantum materials in single crystal form, such as iron-based superconductors, magnetic topological insulators, and topological semimetals, and for the subsequent advances in condensed matter physics enabled by those efforts. Nominated by: DMP [2022] Princeton University Citation: For seminal contributions to our understanding of the physical process that controls star formation in galaxies, and the structure and dynamics of the turbulent interstellar medium. Nominated by: DAP [2022] Stanford University Citation: For contributions to our understanding of the Lagrangian nature of turbulence, and the dynamics of self-organization in active matter. Nominated by: DFD [2022] University of Pittsburgh Citation: For leadership in and incisive contributions to the experiment that established the existence of the tau neutrino through direct observation of its charged-current interaction. Nominated by: DPF [2022] University of Chicago Citation: For the development of synthetic, imaging, and characterization techniques of atomically thin materials and the discovery of novel properties of van der Waals solids. Nominated by: DMP [2022] Materials Science Institute of Madrid, ICMM-CSIC Citation: For key theoretical physics contributions to the development of novel quantum circuit functionalities and protocols required to implement quantum information applications in real systems. Nominated by: DQI [2022] Stanford University Citation: For contributions to the physics of electrical and thermal transport in one- and two-dimensional materials, and their applications to transistors and data storage. Nominated by: FIAP [2022] University of Minnesota Citation: For outstanding contributions to astroparticle physics, including phenomenological approaches to dark matter and its detection, and groundbreaking work on the simplest extensions of the Standard Model with dark matter. Nominated by: DPF [2022] Wayne State University Citation: For outstanding contributions to the field of heavy ion collisions, especially in correlations and fluctuations, both experimental measurements and techniques development, broad contributions to undergraduate education, and the publication of two books. Nominated by: DNP [2022] Boston University Citation: For foundational contributions to the study of structured and singular light and their applications. Nominated by: FIAP [2022] Harish-Chandra Research Institute, Chhatnag Road, Jhusi, Allahabad 211019, India Citation: For contributions to transport in low-dimensional interacting systems, especially junctions of more than two wires, edge/surface physics of topological systems, and for contributions to overcoming the under-representation of women in physics. Nominated by: DCMP [2022] University of San Diego Citation: For pioneering microrheology and microscopy experiments that elucidate the mechanics and dynamics of bio-inspired soft matter systems and complex biopolymer networks, and advancing undergraduate physics research and curriculum. Nominated by: DSOFT [2022] Pennsylvania State University Citation: For leading contributions to quantum field theory, including integrability, scattering amplitudes, twistor string theory, supergravity, and gravitational-wave physics. Nominated by: DPF [2022] University of Wisconsin-Madison Citation: For pioneering discoveries and understanding of physical principles governing correlated complex materials and interfaces, including superconductors, correlated oxide systems multiferroic systems, and spin currents in noncollinear antiferromagnets. Nominated by: DMP [2022] University of Arizona Citation: For the development of pump-probe spectroscopy schemes with high-harmonic generation based attosecond sources, and pioneering investigations of coherent electronic processes in atoms and molecules. Nominated by: DAMOP [2022] Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research Citation: For pioneering quantitative investigations of energy landscapes, dynamics, and thermodynamics of supercooled liquids, network forming liquids, and glasses. For novel insights into the role of geometry in shear jamming of grains and into yielding transitions and memory formation in amorphous solids. Nominated by: GSNP [2022] Brookhaven National Laboratory Citation: For outstanding contributions to the quantitative description of the spacetime evolution of the QCD matter formed in heavy-ion collisions. Nominated by: DNP [2022] University of Mainz Citation: For innovative contributions in the development and application of dynamic density functional theory of polymers and dynamic coarse-graining approaches for soft matter in general. Nominated by: DPOLY [2022] RWTH Aachen University, Institute of Aerodynamics Citation: For pioneering contributions to transport aerodynamics, from widely used foundations of high-performance multi-physics simulations to experimental measurement techniques and effective drag reduction solutions Nominated by: DFD [2022] University of Chicago Citation: For groundbreaking work establishing the physics of 2d and 3d circuit quantum electrodynamics, pioneering its applications in quantum information processing and quantum simulation of topological systems, as well as for significant innovations in hybrid quantum systems. Nominated by: DQI [2022] Massachusetts Institute of Technology Citation: For pioneering development of unique charged-particle diagnostics and their significant impact in Inertial-Confinement-Fusion and High-Energy-Density-Physics research. Nominated by: GIMS [2022] Lawrence Livermore National Lab Citation: For contributions to understanding HED plasmas through experiments at short pulse lasers, for the development of time-resolved diagnostics for these measurements, and for the contribution of countless hours and deep commitment to sustained mentoring of numerous early career scientists. Nominated by: DPP [2022] Author Citation: For outstanding writings covering many centuries of key developments in physics and astronomy and the people central to those developments. Nominated by: FHPP [2022] Los Alamos National Laboratory Citation: For outstanding theoretical contributions to quantum computing, in particular, the development of quantum algorithms for quantum simulation. Nominated by: DQI [2022] University of Tennessee, Knoxville Citation: For pioneering a data-driven approach to constraining neutron star properties and the dense matter equation of state that combines advanced statistical methods, state-of-the-art nuclear theory, experimental constraints on bulk nuclear properties, and astrophysical data. Nominated by: DNP [2022] VU Amsterdam & OIST Graduate University Citation: For foundational contributions to the new field of the physics of animal behavior, and especially for understanding the statistical structure and the dynamics of behavior of a nematode, C. elegans. Nominated by: DBIO [2022] Imperial College London Citation: For seminal contributions to the field of ultracold molecules, including key insights in laser cooling and trapping that now make it possible to prepare trapped samples of molecules cooled far below the Doppler limit and to manipulate them in a quantum coherent way. Nominated by: GPMFC [2022] University of Oregon Citation: For creative and innovative use of physics in developing applications of fractals that impact society. Nominated by: FPS [2022] Massachusetts Institute of Technology Citation: For original foundational research contributions, leadership, and mentoring in the area of machine learning for fundamental physics. Nominated by: GDS [2022] University of Wisconsin - Madison Citation: For innovative contributions to the understanding of mixing and transport in dynamical systems, including the development of topological methods, and the understanding of enhanced diffusion by swimming micro-organisms. Nominated by: DFD [2022] Zap Energy Citation: For exceptional contributions to the support and advancement of industrial and applied physics through the leadership of corporate technology programs and related professional society initiatives. Nominated by: FIAP [2022] University of Pennsylvania Citation: For initiating and leading original searches at the Large Hadron Collider for the simplest extension of the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model that has spontaneous violation of the R-parity symmetry. Nominated by: DPF [2022] National High Magnetic Field Lab and Florida State University Citation: For fundamental contributions to the theory of correlated electron physics in graphene and graphene bilayers. Nominated by: DCMP [2022] ICREA and the Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2) Citation: For seminal contributions to spin transport and spin dynamics in metals and van der Waals heterostructures, including spin-orbit-coupling phenomena and proximity effects. Nominated by: GMAG [2022] University of Exeter Citation: For foundational work on the roles of turbulence and intrinsic variability in the atmospheric and oceanic general circulation, weaving together physical intuition, rigorous mathematics, and empirical evidence for deep insights into the dynamics of Earth's climate. Nominated by: GPC [2022] University of Twente Citation: For seminal contributions to the understanding of granular dynamics and free surface flow, in particular, connected to impact events on granular matter and on liquid-air interfaces, and to granular clustering, coarsening, and sloshing. Nominated by: DSOFT [2022] General Atomics - San Diego Citation: For experiments to understand and control Alfven eigenmode and other energetic-particle-driven instabilities in tokamak plasmas, and for diagnostic innovation and leadership. Nominated by: DPP [2022] QuTech and Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, Delft University of Technology Citation: For pioneering the practical use of spins in quantum information processing, by performing quantum algorithms in liquid-state NMR and demonstrating readout and quantum operations with spin qubits in semiconductor quantum dots. Nominated by: DQI [2022] Oak Ridge National Laboratory Citation: For pioneering and visionary development of open-sourced physics-based machine learning methods in atomic-scale and mesoscopic imaging, and their application in physics. Nominated by: GDS [2022] Carnegie Mellon University Citation: For pioneering and substantial experimental contributions that span the field of soft matter physics, including colloids, surfactants, polymers, and biomacromolecules, especially in terms of self-assembly, interfacial dynamics, and rheology. Nominated by: DSOFT [2022] Corning West Technology Center Citation: For pioneering contributions to the research, development, and commercial adoption of novel glass applications, including extending the Gorilla Glass value proposition to form factors larger than handheld devices and for mentoring numerous minoritized physicists in industry and academia. Nominated by: FIAP [2022] Institute of High Energy Physics Citation: For forging strong and effective international cooperation in Particle Physics with outstanding science outcomes. Nominated by: FIP [2022] University of Notre Dame Citation: For providing forefront-directed research opportunities across two decades to high school teachers and students at fifty participating centers in the US and Puerto Rico and for facilitating the development of international educational connections through sustained leadership of QuarkNet. Nominated by: FED [2022] University of Michigan Citation: For significant contributions to the experimental understanding of ion acceleration, electron acceleration and magnetic field dynamics resulting from relativistic laser plasma interactions. Nominated by: DPP [2022] University of Yaounde I, Cameroon Citation: For exceptional contributions to physics education and research in Cameroon and other African countries, including founding the Cameroon Physical Society, organizing a series of international conferences providing networking opportunities for students; and dramatically growing physics enrollments. Nominated by: FED [2022] IBM Research Citation: For contributions to the science and technology of magnetic tunnel junctions and their use in magnetic memory. Nominated by: FIAP [2022] University of Washington Citation: For contributions to the theory of condensed matter physics, including foundational work on geometric phase effect on Bloch electron dynamics, orbital magnetism, valleytronics, and two-dimensional materials. Nominated by: DCMP [2022] Beijing Institute of Technology Citation: For pioneering first-principles computational studies of the anomalous Hall effect and the topological properties of novel materials, especially two-dimensional materials. Nominated by: DCOMP [2022] The University of Texas at Arlington Citation: For seminal leadership in pioneering research in physics beyond the Standard Model at the neutrino experiments, for numerous tireless efforts in establishing and developing international scientific collaboration, and for serving as president of Korean-American scientific organizations. Nominated by: FIP [2022] University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Citation: For numerous contributions to general relativity and gravitational wave astrophysics, particularly the discovery of the "I-Love-Q" property of neutron stars. Nominated by: DGRAV [2022] Johns Hopkins University Citation: For fundamental contributions to linear and non-linear theories of bypass transition, novel applications of data science to fluid mechanics, and innovative numerical simulations of Newtonian and non-Newtonian flows with practical applications. Nominated by: DFD [2022] University of California, Riverside Citation: For the application of fundamental theories of elasticity, electrostatics, and phase transitions to elucidate unique physical phenomena arising in viral capsid formation, notably the origin of icosahedral symmetry, the role of disclinations, and the branched topology of RNA genomes. Nominated by: DBIO [2022] Tsinghua University Citation: For contributions to cold atom physics including spin-orbit coupled BEC, orbital Feshbach resonance, and scale invariant hydrodynamics. Nominated by: DAMOP [2022] Agency for Science, Technology and Research Citation: For seminal contributions in understanding the phononic physics in low-dimensional quantum materials, in particular the discovery of anomalous size dependence in thermal conductivity, and for pioneering work on developing and applying methods to study nanoscale and interfacial thermal conduction. Nominated by: DCOMP [2022] University of Hong Kong Citation: For seminal contributions to the development of optical metamaterials, topological photonics, nonlinear metasurfaces, and metasurface photonic devices. Nominated by: DLS [2022] Shanghai Jiao Tong University Citation: For seminal works in laser manipulation of ultracold atomic quantum gases, in particular, pioneering contributions to the field of nonlinear atom optics, and the development of quantum metrology with novel quantum interferometers and atom-photon interface. Nominated by: DAMOP [2022] University of Michigan Citation: For outstanding leadership and critical contributions to electroweak physics at the Fermilab Tevatron and the LHC, the ATLAS Muon Spectrometer upgrades, and the REU as well as high school teacher programs at CERN. Nominated by: DPF [2022] Case Western Reserve University Citation: For dielectric and ferroelectric physics in polymers and their capacitive, piezoelectric, and electrostrictive applications Nominated by: DPOLY [2022] University at Buffalo, SUNY Citation: For the application of forefront computational electronic structure methods to reveal microscopic processes occurring in large molecules and nanostructures, for the design of hydride superconductors, and for related educational innovations in computational science. Nominated by: DCOMP

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