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Los Alamos National Laboratory has named three new Fellows for 2008.
In an announcement Thursday, Robert C. Albers, Paul A. Johnson and Kurt E. Sickafus were recognized for outstanding scientific contributions and exceptional promise for continued professional achievement
“The selection of these distinguished scientists was based on a very rigorous peer review process and honors their considerable scientific accomplishments,” said Terry Wallace, principal associate director for Science, Technology and Engineering. “I am pleased to have such a distinguished class of Fellows for 2008 that reflects the amazing breadth of scientific talent at LANL.”
The title of Fellow is highly selective, currently including only about 2 percent of the lab’s technical staff. Fellows play a variety of roles at the laboratory as advisors and advocates who are called upon to uphold scientific excellence and conduct.
Among their notable activities recognized by the laboratory were the following:
• Albers of the Laboratory’s Theoretical Division is an internationally recognized expert on the role of electronic structures on the physical properties of complex materials.
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