neutron scattering society of america

NSSA Fellows

The next deadline for nominations will be in December 15, 2013.
Nomination Process ยป

In the 2005 Neutron Scattering Society of America election, a proposal was approved to amend the NSSA Constitution to allow for a Fellows program. 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 participation in the activities of the NSSA or
    neutron community.

One nomination letter and up to two supporting letters for each candidate may be submitted by members of the NSSA to the NSSA Fellowship Committee, appointed annually by the NSSA Executive Committee. Each year, no more than one-half of one percent of the then current membership of the Society shall be recognized through election by the NSSA Fellowship Committee to the status of Fellow in the NSSA. In addition, all recipients of either the NSSA Shull or Sustained Research awards who are not already Fellows will be automatically named Fellows of the NSSA. A list of the newly elected Fellows of the NSSA shall be announced each December.

The 2014 NSSA Fellowship Committee

Chair:
Tonya Kuhl, UC Davis

Committee:
Charles Glinka, University of Delaware and NIST
Roger Pynn, University of Indiana
Stephen Shapiro, Brookhaven National Laboratory
Haskell Taub, University of Missouri

Nomination Process

  • One nomination letter clearly outlining the case for nomination with citations
    to important publications/accomplishments to justify the nomination.
  • The nomination letter should include a proposed citation wording.
  • A CV for the nominee should be included.
  • Up to two additional letters of support for the nomination may be included.
  • The complete packet in PDF format should be e-mailed to prizes@neutronscattering.org.

Current NSSA Fellows:

2014
Prof. Nitash Balsara – UC Berkeley and LBNL – more ..

Prof. Simon Billinge – Columbia University and BNL – more ..

Prof. Robert Briber – University of Maryland – more ..

Dr. William Buyers – Canadian Neutron Beam Centre – more ..

Dr. Michael Fitzsimmons – Los Alamos National Laboratory – more ..

Prof. Bruce Gaulin – McMaster University – more ..

Prof. Henry Glyde – University of Delaware – more ..

Prof. Lee Magid – University of Tennessee – more ..

Prof. David Moncton – Massachusetts Institute of Technology – more ..

Dr. Raymond Osborn – Argonne National Laboratory – more ..

Dr. Sushil Satija – NIST Center for Neutron Research – more ..

Prof. Norman Wagner – University of Delaware – more ..

2012
Dr. Julie Borchers – NIST Center for Neutron Research – more ..

Prof. Robert Cava – Princeton University – more ..

Dr. Charles Glinka – University of Delaware and NIST – more ..

Prof. Eric Kaler – University of Minnesota – more ..

Dr. Roger Pynn – University of Indiana – more ..

Dr. Steven Shapiro – Brookhaven National Laboratory – more ..

Dr. Gregory Smith – Oak Ridge National Laboratory – more ..

Prof. Haskell Taub – University of Missouri – more ..

Prof. Samuel Werner – NIST and University of Missouri – more ..

2010
Dr. John D. Axe – Brookhaven National Laboratory – more ..

Prof. Collin Broholm – Johns Hopkins University – more ..

Prof. Robert Golub – North Carolina State University – more ..

Prof. Charles Han – Chinese Academy of Sciences – more ..

Dr. Thomas M. Holden – Northern Stress Technologies, Canada – more ..

Dr. Jeffrey W. Lynn – NIST Center for Neutron Research – more ..

Dr. Charles F. Majkrzak – NIST Center for Neutron Research – more ..

Dr. Thom E. Mason – Oak Ridge National Laboratory – more ..

Dr. Stephen E. Nagler – Oak Ridge National Laboratory – more ..

Dr. Dan A. Neumann – NIST Center for Neutron Research – more ..

Dr. David L. Price – CNRS, Orleans, France – more ..

Dr. James J. Rhyne – Los Alamos National Laboratory – more ..

Prof. Jill Trewhella – University of Sydney, Australia – more ..

Dr. Wen-li Wu – NIST Polymer Division – more ..

2008
Prof. Robert J. Birgeneau – University of California at Berkeley – more ..

Dr. Larry Passell – Brookhaven National Laboratory – more ..

Prof. Sunil Sinha - University of California at San Diego – more ..

Prof. Julia R. Weertman - Northwestern University – more ..

Prof. Sow-Hsin Chen – Massachusetts Institute of Technology – more ..

2007
Prof. Frank Bates – University of Minnesota – more ..

Dr. Gian P. Felcher - Argonne National Laboratory – more ..

Dr. Herbert A. Mook, Jr. – Oak Ridge National Laboratory – more ..

Dr. John J. Rush – NIST Center for Neutron Research – more ..

Prof. Thomas P. Russell – University of Massachusetts – more ..

Dr. Constantine Stassis – Ames Laboratory – more ..

Dr. J. Michael Rowe – NIST Center for Neutron Research – more ..

Dr. John. M. Carpenter – Argonne National Laboratory – more ..

Dr. John M. Tranquada – Brookhaven National Laboratory – more ..