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The Los Alamos National Laboratory Fellows organization has selected five researchers as recipients of the 2010 Fellows Prizes, which honor exemplary scientific research and leadership. The Fellows organization includes some of the Laboratory’s most prominent scientists.
The Fellows awarded two Fellows Prizes for Outstanding Research in Science or Engineering to Sergei Tretiak and Geoffrey S. Waldo, two Fellows Prizes for Outstanding Leadership in Science or Engineering to Kerry Habiger and Clifford Unkefer and a Fellows Prize for Special Achievement to Tammy P. Taylor. Each prize includes a cash award and recognition by LANL Director Mike Anastasio at a ceremony scheduled for Nov. 30.
The Fellows Prize for Outstanding Research in Science or Engineering commends individuals for exemplary research performed at LANL within the last 10 years that has had a significant effect on a scientific discipline or program. The Fellows Prize selection committee selected Tretiak in part for his development of organic light-emitting diodes for flexible displays, organic lasers, light-harvesting energy devices, and other important technologies. Tretiak has published more than 90 papers in the past 10 years in esteemed scientific journals and is often invited as keynote speaker at international scientific conferences.
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