The Neutron Scattering Society of America is pleased to announce the
2020 Fellows of the Society.
Craig M. Brown, National Institute of Standards and Technology
“for insightful neutron scattering studies of gas adsorption in metal organic frameworks and other microporous materials”
Paul Butler, National Institute of Standards and Technology
“for outstanding research on the chemistry and physics of complex fluids and biomembranes, and exceptional service to the neutron community, including major contributions to neutron scattering data acquisition and analysis”
Bryan C. Chakoumakos, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
“for significant contributions to the advancement of physical, chemical, earth and materials sciences through the application of the neutron diffraction, and for distinguished contributions to the promotion of neutron scattering in the United States”
Mark Dadmun, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
“for a sustained record of neutron-based research elucidating the structure and dynamics of multi-component polymers, education of the next-generation neutron scientists, and dedicated service to the neutron scattering community.
Christina Hoffmann, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
“for developing modern data analysis and visualization tools for neutron single-crystal crystallography”
Chris Leighton, University of Minnesota
“for his insightful application of neutron scattering to advance the understanding of magnetic materials, including magnetically inhomogeneous systems, complex oxides and alloys, and magnetic heterostructures”
Thomas Proffen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
“for seminal contributions to the fields of diffuse scattering and neutron total scattering, including the dedicated and sustained mentoring of women within those disciplines”
J. Lee Robertson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
“for his leading role in upgrading the High Flux Isotope Reactor beam room thermal instruments and the design and construction of the cold instruments in the associated Guide Hall, efforts vital to the success of the HFIR user program”
Xun-Li Wang, City University of Hong Kong
“for innovative neutron scattering studies at the interface between condensed matter physics and engineering materials science, and for the development of new neutron instrumentation to enable these seminal studies”
Through the NSSA Fellowship Program, the NSSA recognizes members who have made significant contributions to the neutron scattering community in North America in one or more of the following areas: advances in knowledge through original research and publication; innovative contributions in the application of neutron scattering; contributions to the promotion or development of neutron scattering; techniques service and application in the activities of the NSSA or neutron community.
Each year, election to Fellowship of the Neutron Scattering Society of America is limited to no more than one half of the percent of the membership. Additionally, recipients of the Clifford G. Shull Prize and Sustained Research Prize are automatically named Fellows of the Society. Election as NSSA Fellow recognizes outstanding contributions to neutron scattering and the North American neutron scattering community.