Prof. Meigan AronsonĀ – Texas A and M University For seminal neutron investigations of the magnetic properties of highly correlated 4f and 5f electron materials. Prof. Takeshi EgamiĀ – University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory For seminal contributions to the development of neutron scattering, theory, and simulation tools to understand the local atomic structure and

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Dr. John R.D. Copley – NIST Center for Neutron Research For outstanding research on the physics of liquids and fullerenes and major contributions to neutron instrument development and scattering data analysis. Dr. Michael K. Crawford – DuPont Central Research and Development (retired) For outstanding neutron research related to industrial products and processes and extensive service

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Prof. Nitash Balsara – UC Berkeley and LBNL For sustained, high impact, neutron scattering research on a broad range of polymeric materials, and for organizational, mentoring and leadership activities in promoting the use of neutron scattering in polymer research. Prof. Simon Billinge – Columbia University and BNL For seminal contributions to the field of local

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Dr. Julie Borchers – NIST Center for Neutron Research For insightful neutron investigations of magnetic materials, particularly interlayer exchange interactions phenomena in magnetic thin films and superlattices. Prof. Robert Cava – Princeton University For outstanding applications of neutron diffraction to the understanding of complex materials, and advocacy for the field particularly among young scientists. Dr.

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Dr. John D. Axe – Brookhaven National Laboratory For his seminal scientific studies of incommensurate and commensurate structural phase transitions, as well as his service to the US and international neutron community. Prof. Collin Broholm – Johns Hopkins University 2010 Sustained Research Prize For outstanding neutron scattering studies of correlated electron physics in magnets, metals

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Prof. Robert J. Birgeneau – University of California at Berkeley 2012 Clifford G. Shull Prize recipient For his elegant and seminal studies of critical phenomena in low dimensional and disordered magnetic systems, pioneering studies of antiferromagnetic spin correlations in cuprate superconductors, and strong advocacy for the field of neutron scattering. Dr. Larry Passell – Brookhaven

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Prof. Frank Bates – University of Minnesota 2008 Sustained Research Prize For pioneering contributions to Polymer Science through innovative use of Small Angle Scattering Methods. Dr. Gian P. Felcher – Argonne National Laboratory 2012 Sustained Research Prize For pioneering the development of neutron reflectometry and demonstrating its application to magnetic and polymer film systems. Dr.

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