Chan Elected APS Fellow

Siu-Wai Chan, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, was elected a 2018 Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS).

Citation: "For observing and understanding the grain boundary dislocation motion in materials, providing a seminal impact on superconducting thin film boundary devices, and inventing a novel ecological synthesis technique of nano-crystals oxides for catalysis applications."

Other American Physical Society Fellows from the APAM Department include:

  • Simon J. L. Billinge, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics
  • Allen H. Boozer, Professor of Applied Physics
  • C.K. Chu, Fu Foundation Professor Emeritus of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics
  • Alexander L. Gaeta, David M. Rickey Professor of Applied Physics and of Materials Science
  • Irving P. Herman, Edwin Howard Armstrong Professor of Applied Physics and APAM Department Chair
  • Thomas C. Marshall, Professor Emeritus of Applied Physics
  • Michael E. Mauel, Professor of Applied Physics
  • Gerald A. Navratil, Thomas Alva Edison Professor
  • I. Cevdet Noyan, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and of Earth and Environmental Engineering
  • Richard M. Osgood, Jr., Higgins Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering and Professor Emeritus of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics
  • Aron Pinczuk, Professor of Applied Physics and Physics
  • Lorenzo M. Polvani, Professor of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics and of Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Steve Sabbagh,
  • Horst Stormer, Professor Emeritus of Applied Physics and I.I. Rabi Professor Emeritus of Physics
  • Latha Venkataraman, Professor of Applied Physics and Chemistry
  • Wen I. Wang, Thayer Lindsley Professor and Applied Science and Professor of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics
  • Chris H. Wiggins, Associate Professor of Applied Mathematics and Systems Biology

A full list of APS Fellows can be found on the APS Fellows Archive


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