New Prize and Award Recipients

APS Medal for Exceptional Achievement in Research

Elliott H. Lieb (2022 Recipient)
Princeton University
For major contributions to theoretical physics through obtaining exact solutions to important physical problems, which have impacted condensed matter physics, quantum information, statistical mechanics, and atomic physics.

Abraham Pais Prize for History of Physics

Patricia Fara (2022 Recipient)
Clare College, Cambridge
For outstanding and wide-ranging scholarship on the history of science, especially regarding the physical sciences in the 17th through the 20th centuries, and for bringing attention to neglected contributors to the physical sciences, including female physicists and practical workers such as navigators and instrument makers.

Andreas Acrivos Dissertation Award in Fluid Dynamics

Wai Hong Ronald Chan (2021 Recipient)
University of Colorado Boulder
For developing a novel theoretical and computational framework which established fundamental insights into the turbulent bubble breakup cascade in oceanic breaking waves.

Andrei Sakharov Prize

John C. Polanyi (2022 Recipient)
University of Toronto
For seven decades of tireless activism for a nuclear-weapons-free world, for upholding human rights and freedom of speech globally, for public education on the essential role of science in society, and for a visionary approach to bringing about a hopeful, peaceful future.

Aneesur Rahman Prize for Computational Physics

Giulia Galli (2022 Recipient)
University of Chicago; Argonne National Laboratory
For the development of theoretical methods to compute and engineer the electronic and structural properties of molecules and materials, broadening the applicability of first-principles computational approaches to multiple disciplines, including nanoscience, and for many predictions subsequently confirmed experimentally.

Arthur L. Schawlow Prize in Laser Science

Tony F. Heinz (2022 Recipient)
Stanford University
For ground-breaking contributions to the development and application of laser spectroscopic techniques to probe surfaces, interfaces, and nanoscale materials.

Award for Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Research in Biological Physics

Antonio Carlos Costa (2021 Recipient)
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
For innovative integration of statistical physics and dynamical systems theory to predict behavioral states and ensemble dynamics of living systems across multiple scales, an outstanding problem with broad applications in biological physics.

Carl E. Anderson Division of Laser Science Dissertation Award

Haocun Yu (2021 Recipient)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
For leading contributions to the Advanced LIGO detectors achieving unprecedented sensitivity through injection of squeezed stated of light, sensitive enough to observe mirror motion driven by quantum vacuum fluctuations and quantum correlations at the human scale.

Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin Doctoral Dissertation Award in Astrophysics

Nolan Matthews (2022 Recipient)
University of Utah
For the development and demonstration of Hanbury Brown & Twiss Stellar Interferometry using the VERITAS array of Imaging Air Cherenkov Telescopes, including the first demonstration of digital electronically interconnected interferometric observations using an array of visible band telescopes.

Dannie Heineman Prize for Mathematical Physics

Krzysztof Gawędzki (2022 Recipient)
Ecole Normale Superieure
For fundamental contributions to quantum field theory, statistical mechanics, and fluid dynamics using geometric, probabilistic, and renormalization group ideas.

Antti Kupiainen (2022 Recipient)
University of Helsinki
For fundamental contributions to quantum field theory, statistical mechanics, and fluid dynamics using geometric, probabilistic, and renormalization group ideas.

David Adler Lectureship Award in the Field of Materials Physics

Axel Hoffmann (2022 Recipient)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
For pioneering work, engaging lectures, and comprehensive reviews advancing the understanding of spin transport and magnetization dynamics in magnetic multilayers.

Davisson-Germer Prize in Atomic or Surface Physics

David S. Weiss (2022 Recipient)
Penn State
For pioneering contributions to the experimental realization of strongly interacting one-dimensional Bose gases and groundbreaking studies of their quantum dynamics, and for contributions to quantum computing with neutral atoms in optical lattices.

Deborah Jin Award for Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Research in Atomic, Molecular, or Optical Physics

Loïc Anderegg (2021 Recipient)
Harvard University
For pioneering work in laser cooling and the creation of an optical tweeter array of ultracold molecules.

Dissertation Award in Hadronic Physics

Davide Giusti (2022 Recipient)
Universität Regensburg
For achievements in applying a new non-perturbative approach to evaluate QED and strong isospin breaking effects on hadron masses and weak decays using lattice QCD+QED simulations.

Dissertation Award in Nuclear Physics

Erika M. Holmbeck (2022 Recipient)
Observatories of the Carnegie Institution for Science
For thesis work elucidating the nature of the rapid neutron-capture process, including actinide production in the early Universe, with an innovative combination of nuclear network calculations and spectroscopic observations of metal-poor stars in the Milky Way.

Dissertation Award in Statistical and Nonlinear Physics

Yuanzhao Zhang (2021 Recipient)
Cornell University
For an outstanding doctoral thesis that advances our understanding of emergent collective behavior and symmetry phenomena in heterogeneous network systems.

Distinguished Lectureship Award on the Applications of Physics

Sufi Zafar (2021 Recipient)
IBM TJ Watson Research Center
For contributions to semiconductor device-based biosensors with applications in biology, healthcare and Internet of Things (IoT).

Dwight Nicholson Medal for Outreach

Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz (2021 Recipient)
University of California, Santa Cruz
For innovations in mentoring, such as the Lamat Program, all of which have demonstrated how members of historically marginalized populations can thrive, lead, and advance scientific enterprise in astronomy and related fields.

Earle K. Plyler Prize for Molecular Spectroscopy & Dynamics

Arthur G. Suits (2022 Recipient)
University of Missouri
For foundational studies in photodissociation and reaction dynamics, especially the identification of roaming atom dynamics, and for innovative developments in charged particle detection in molecular beams, such as the DC sliced ion imaging method.

Early Career Award for Soft Matter Research

Nikta Fakhri (2022 Recipient)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
For groundbreaking and inspiring developments in probing and analyzing biological systems as emergent non-equilibrium systems, elucidating how molecular-scale processes form cooperative functional structures at cellular and organismal scales.

Edward A. Bouchet Award

Paul L. J. Guèye (2022 Recipient)
Facility for Rare Isotope Beams, Michigan State University
For many seminal experimental contributions to understanding the structure of nuclear particles and decades of service to physics outreach, diversity and inclusion, particularly throughout the African diaspora.

Einstein Prize

Saul Teukolsky (2021 Recipient)
Cornell and Caltech
For outstanding contributions to observational tests of general relativity with theories of gravitational waves, astrophysical black holes, and neutron stars.

Clifford Martin Will (2021 Recipient)
University of Florida
For outstanding contributions to observational tests of general relativity with theories of gravitational waves, astrophysical black holes, and neutron stars.

Excellence in Physics Education Award

TEAM-UP Task Force (2022 Recipient)
For groundbreaking analysis revealing sources of persistent underrepresentation of African-Americans in physics and astronomy; recommendation of data-driven, systemic strategies to increase the number of African-American physics bachelor’s degree recipients; and ways to catalyze cultural change.

TEAM-UP Task Force (2022 Recipient)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
For groundbreaking analysis revealing sources of persistent underrepresentation of African-Americans in physics and astronomy; recommendation of data-driven, systemic strategies to increase the number of African-American physics bachelor’s degree recipients; and ways to catalyze cultural change.

TEAM-UP Task Force (2022 Recipient)
For groundbreaking analysis revealing sources of persistent underrepresentation of African-Americans in physics and astronomy; recommendation of data-driven, systemic strategies to increase the number of African-American physics bachelor’s degree recipients; and ways to catalyze cultural change.

TEAM-UP Task Force (2022 Recipient)
For groundbreaking analysis revealing sources of persistent underrepresentation of African-Americans in physics and astronomy; recommendation of data-driven, systemic strategies to increase the number of African-American physics bachelor’s degree recipients; and ways to catalyze cultural change.

TEAM-UP Task Force (2022 Recipient)
For groundbreaking analysis revealing sources of persistent underrepresentation of African-Americans in physics and astronomy; recommendation of data-driven, systemic strategies to increase the number of African-American physics bachelor’s degree recipients; and ways to catalyze cultural change.

TEAM-UP Task Force (2022 Recipient)
For groundbreaking analysis revealing sources of persistent underrepresentation of African-Americans in physics and astronomy; recommendation of data-driven, systemic strategies to increase the number of African-American physics bachelor’s degree recipients; and ways to catalyze cultural change.

TEAM-UP Task Force (2022 Recipient)
For groundbreaking analysis revealing sources of persistent underrepresentation of African-Americans in physics and astronomy; recommendation of data-driven, systemic strategies to increase the number of African-American physics bachelor’s degree recipients; and ways to catalyze cultural change.

TEAM-UP Task Force (2022 Recipient)
For groundbreaking analysis revealing sources of persistent underrepresentation of African-Americans in physics and astronomy; recommendation of data-driven, systemic strategies to increase the number of African-American physics bachelor’s degree recipients; and ways to catalyze cultural change.

TEAM-UP Task Force (2022 Recipient)
Reed College
For groundbreaking analysis revealing sources of persistent underrepresentation of African-Americans in physics and astronomy; recommendation of data-driven, systemic strategies to increase the number of African-American physics bachelor’s degree recipients; and ways to catalyze cultural change.

TEAM-UP Task Force (2022 Recipient)
American Institute of Physics
For groundbreaking analysis revealing sources of persistent underrepresentation of African-Americans in physics and astronomy; recommendation of data-driven, systemic strategies to increase the number of African-American physics bachelor’s degree recipients; and ways to catalyze cultural change.

TEAM-UP Task Force (2022 Recipient)
For groundbreaking analysis revealing sources of persistent underrepresentation of African-Americans in physics and astronomy; recommendation of data-driven, systemic strategies to increase the number of African-American physics bachelor’s degree recipients; and ways to catalyze cultural change.

TEAM-UP Task Force (2022 Recipient)
For groundbreaking analysis revealing sources of persistent underrepresentation of African-Americans in physics and astronomy; recommendation of data-driven, systemic strategies to increase the number of African-American physics bachelor’s degree recipients; and ways to catalyze cultural change.

Fluid Dynamics Prize

David Quéré (2021 Recipient)
ESPCI-Paris
For seminal contributions to wetting of surfaces and interfacial hydrodynamics by revealing the physics of the phenomena through reduction to their simple core.

Francis M. Pipkin Award

Andrew D. Ludlow (2021 Recipient)
National Institute of Standards and Technology
For significant contributions to the field of state-of-the-art atomic clocks and precision tests of fundamental physics.

Frank Isakson Prize for Optical Effects in Solids

Manfred Fiebig (2022 Recipient)
Department of Materials, ETH Zurich
For pioneering nonlinear optical spectroscopy studies that led to a fundamental understanding of the emergence and coupling of electric and magnetic orders at the level of domains and domain walls.

George E. Duvall Shock Compression Science Award

Craig M. Tarver (2021 Recipient)
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
For theoretical advancement of the understanding of shock-driven reactions and detonation in condensed phase explosives.

George E. Pake Prize

Philip J. Wyatt (2022 Recipient)
Wyatt Technology Corporation
For pioneering accomplishments and entrepreneurial leadership exemplified by successful global commercialization of laser-based light scattering measurements with multiple applications in biotechnology, analytical chemistry, and nanoparticle characterization.

George E. Valley, Jr. Prize

Andrew Lucas (2022 Recipient)
University of Colorado Boulder
For pioneering contributions to developing the theory of hydrodynamic transport in interacting electron fluids.

Hans A. Bethe Prize

Madappa Prakash (2022 Recipient)
Ohio University
For fundamental contributions to the physics of hot and dense matter, and their implications for heavy ion collisions and multi-messenger observations of neutron star structure and evolution.

Henry Primakoff Award for Early-Career Particle Physics

Benjamin Nachman (2022 Recipient)
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
For innovative contributions to the search for new physics in collider data incorporating original machine learning algorithms, and for the effective communication of these new techniques to the broader physics community.

Herbert P. Broida Award

John M. Doyle (2021 Recipient)
Harvard University
For pioneering work in the field of cold molecules, and for wide-ranging studies of these molecular systems, especially laser cooling, high-precision spectroscopy, and searches for permanent electric dipole moments, providing insight into possible new physics.

Herman Feshbach Prize in Theoretical Nuclear Physics

David B Kaplan (2022 Recipient)
Institute for Nuclear Theory
For multiple foundational innovations in nuclear theory, including in lattice quantum chromodynamics, effective field theories, and nuclear strangeness, and for strategic leadership to broaden participation between nuclear theory and other fields.

I.I. Rabi Prize in Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics

Monika Schleier-Smith (2021 Recipient)
Stanford University
For seminal work in quantum optics and for discoveries at the intersection of AMO, condensed matter, and quantum information, including original contributions to spin squeezing in optical cavities, engineering long-range interactions for quantum simulations, and metrology, and for theoretical development of a measurement protocol related to the scrambling of quantum information.

Irving Langmuir Award in Chemical Physics

Jacob Klein (2021 Recipient)
Weizmann Institute of Science
For pioneering experiments on diffusion and interfacial structure of polymers.

Irwin Oppenheim Award

Amir Erez (2022 Recipient)
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
For demonstrating the trade-offs associated with feedback-induced criticality in multicellular sensing, through analysis of simple models, which is published in the article entitled ‘Multicellular sensing at a feedback-induced critical point’ in Physical Review E 102, 052411 (2020).

Andrew Mugler (2022 Recipient)
University of Pittsburgh
For demonstrating the trade-offs associated with feedback-induced criticality in multicellular sensing, through analysis of simple models, which is published in the article entitled ‘Multicellular sensing at a feedback-induced critical point’ in Physical Review E 102, 052411 (2020).

Michael Vennettilli (2022 Recipient)
AMOLF
For demonstrating the trade-offs associated with feedback-induced criticality in multicellular sensing, through analysis of simple models, which is published in the article entitled ‘Multicellular sensing at a feedback-induced critical point’ in Physical Review E 102, 052411 (2020).

J. J. Sakurai Prize for Theoretical Particle Physics

Nima Arkani-Hamed (2022 Recipient)
Institute for Advanced Study
For the development of transformative new frameworks for physics beyond the standard model with novel experimental signatures, including work on large extra dimensions, the Little Higgs, and more generally for new ideas connected to the origin of the electroweak scale.

J. J. and Noriko Sakurai Dissertation Award in Theoretical Particle Physics

Seth Koren (2022 Recipient)
University of Chicago
For the discovery of novel approaches to the electroweak hierarchy problem and the elucidation of their experimental signatures.

James C. McGroddy Prize for New Materials

Daniel C. Ralph (2022 Recipient)
Cornell University
For pioneering studies of materials physics in spin-transport and related devices.

James Clerk Maxwell Prize for Plasma Physics

Margaret Galland Kivelson (2021 Recipient)
UCLA: Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences
For groundbreaking discoveries in space plasma physics and for seminal theoretical contributions to understanding space plasma processes and magnetohydrodynamics.

John Dawson Award for Excellence in Plasma Physics Research

Michael Bonitz (2021 Recipient)
Institute for Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics, Kiel University
For developing Monte Carlo methods that overcome the fermion sign problem, leading to the first ab initio data for an electron gas under warm dense matter conditions.

Tobias Dornheim (2021 Recipient)
Center for Advanced Systems Understanding (CASUS)
For developing Monte Carlo methods that overcome the fermion sign problem, leading to the first ab initio data for an electron gas under warm dense matter conditions.

William Matthew Colwyn Foulkes (2021 Recipient)
Imperial College London
For developing Monte Carlo methods that overcome the fermion sign problem, leading to the first ab initio data for an electron gas under warm dense matter conditions.

Simon Groth (2021 Recipient)
Christian-Albrechts University in Kiel
For developing Monte Carlo methods that overcome the fermion sign problem, leading to the first ab initio data for an electron gas under warm dense matter conditions.

Fionn D Malone (2021 Recipient)
QC Ware
For developing Monte Carlo methods that overcome the fermion sign problem, leading to the first ab initio data for an electron gas under warm dense matter conditions.

Tim Schoof (2021 Recipient)
DESY
For developing Monte Carlo methods that overcome the fermion sign problem, leading to the first ab initio data for an electron gas under warm dense matter conditions.

Travis Sjostrom (2021 Recipient)
Los Alamos National Laboratory
For developing Monte Carlo methods that overcome the fermion sign problem, leading to the first ab initio data for an electron gas under warm dense matter conditions.

John H. Dillon Medal

Jian Qin (2022 Recipient)
Stanford University
For the advancement of analytical and computational tools in the thermodynamics and morphology of ionic or ion-containing polymeric materials.

John Wheatley Award

Fernando Quevedo (2021 Recipient)
University of Cambridge
For sustained commitment and achievement in the advancement of physics and science in developing countries.

Nathan Berkovits (2021 Recipient)
ICTP-SAIFR/IFT-UNESP
For exceptional leadership in fundamental physics research in South America.

Jonathan F. Reichert and Barbara Wolff-Reichert Award for Excellence in Advanced Laboratory Instruction

Sean P. Robinson (2022 Recipient)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
For leading and helping to develop Junior Lab, MIT's advanced physics laboratory, and for pedagogical excellence that extends to the broader advanced physics laboratory community.

Joseph A. Burton Forum Award

Robert L. Jaffe (2022 Recipient)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
For bringing a physics perspective into policy discussions in academia and government over the last half-century, from the development of the Stanford Workshops on Social and Political Issues to influential work on policy and education regarding critical elements, energy, and climate.

Joseph F. Keithley Award For Advances in Measurement Science

H.J. (John) Mamin (2022 Recipient)
IBM Research
For seminal developments in magnetic force microscopy leading to significant measurement advancements, including the detection of a single electron spin and nuclear magnetic resonance imaging at the nanometer scale.

Daniel Rugar (2022 Recipient)
IBM Research
For seminal developments in magnetic force microscopy leading to significant measurement advancements, including the detection of a single electron spin and nuclear magnetic resonance imaging at the nanometer scale.

Julius Edgar Lilienfeld Prize

Chang Kee Jung (2022 Recipient)
Stony Brook University
For outstanding contributions and leadership in experimental neutrino physics, and for outstanding teaching and outreach, especially on the physics of sports.

Justin Jankunas Doctoral Dissertation Award in Chemical Physics

Zeke Piskulich (2022 Recipient)
University of Kansas
For the development of fluctuation theory to enable direct calculation of Arrhenius activation energies and volumes at a single temperature.

Lars Onsager Prize

Igor L Aleiner (2022 Recipient)
Columbia University; Google Quantum AI
For foundational work on many-body localization, its associated phase transition, and implications for thermalization and ergodicity.

Boris Altshuler (2022 Recipient)
Columbia University
For foundational work on many-body localization, its associated phase transition, and implications for thermalization and ergodicity.

David A. Huse (2022 Recipient)
Princeton University
For foundational work on many-body localization, its associated phase transition, and implications for thermalization and ergodicity.

LeRoy Apker Award

Caelan Brooks (2021 Recipient)
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
For the discovery of distinct dynamical regimes for coherent ultracold atoms confined in a ring-shaped lattice potential; and for developing a statistical model that depicts the formation of phenotypic patterns associated with bacterial biofilm growth.

Joseph R. Farah (2021 Recipient)
University of Massachusetts Boston
For the invention of the selective dynamical imaging method, with applications for studying rapidly-varying black holes.

Leo P. Kadanoff Prize

Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (2022 Recipient)
New York University
For pioneering experimental, theoretical, and numerical research on the nonlinear and multifractal foundations of turbulent flows.

Leo Szilard Lectureship Award

Michael E. Mann (2022 Recipient)
The Pennsylvania State University
For distinguished contributions to the public's understanding of climate science controversies, and to how our individual and collective actions can mitigate climate change.

Maria Goeppert Mayer Award

Blakesley Burkhart (2022 Recipient)
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
For outstanding contributions to theoretical astrophysics, elucidating the physics of interstellar turbulence and its impact on star formation on multiple spatial scales.

Marshall N. Rosenbluth Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Award

Elizabeth Paul (2021 Recipient)
Princeton University
For pioneering the development of adjoint methods and application of shape calculus for fusion plasmas, enabling a new derivative-based method of stellarator design.

Max Delbrück Prize in Biological Physics

Terence Tai-Li Hwa (2022 Recipient)
University of California, San Diego
For developing quantitative studies that reveal fundamental constraints on bacterial physiology, and for formulating simple phenomenological theories that quantitatively predict bacterial responses to genetic and environmental changes.

Mitsuyoshi Tanaka Dissertation Award in Experimental Particle Physics

Melissa A. Hutcheson (2022 Recipient)
Intel Corporation
For work on the construction and operation of the KOTO experiment to search for the decay KL->pi0nunubar.

Nicholas Metropolis Award for Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Work in Computational Physics

Alina Kononov (2022 Recipient)
Sandia National Laboratories
For trailblazing contributions to the computational modeling of materials physics, including large-scale simulations of irradiated materials and advances in time-dependent density functional theory.

Norman F. Ramsey Prize in Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, and in Precision Tests of Fundamental Laws and Symmetries

Mikhail Lukin (2022 Recipient)
Harvard University
For contributions to quantum information science, sensing, and physics, including the development of Rydberg atom-based quantum simulators.

Oliver E. Buckley Condensed Matter Physics Prize

Gene Dresselhaus (2022 Recipient)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
For pioneering research on spin-orbit coupling in crystals, particularly the foundational discovery of chiral spin-orbit interactions, which continue to enable new developments in spin transport and topological materials.

Emmanuel I. Rashba (2022 Recipient)
Harvard University
For pioneering research on spin-orbit coupling in crystals, particularly the foundational discovery of chiral spin-orbit interactions, which continue to enable new developments in spin transport and topological materials.

Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Research in Beam Physics Award

Ihar Lobach (2022 Recipient)
Argonne National Laboratory
For outstanding research contributions to our understanding of undulator radiation fluctuations, and for developing an experimental method to determine electron beam properties from these fluctuations.

Polymer Physics Prize

Sanat K Kumar (2022 Recipient)
Columbia University
For fundamental experimental, simulatory, and theoretical contributions to understanding structure, assembly, and dynamics in polymer nanocomposites and thin films.

Prize for a Faculty Member for Research in an Undergraduate Institution

Derek F. Jackson Kimball (2022 Recipient)
California State University - East Bay
For innovative methods in dark matter detection, exemplary contributions to research, and high impact teaching to a diverse undergraduate student body using research projects.

Richard A. Isaacson Award in Gravitational-Wave Science

Peter Fritschel (2022 Recipient)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
For over three decades of key contributions to instrumentation for gravitational-wave detectors, and in particular for scientific leadership in the design and commissioning of Advanced LIGO, enabling the first detection of gravitational waves and the many detections that followed.

Richard L. Greene Dissertation Award in Experimental Condensed Matter or Materials Physics

Yuan Cao (2022 Recipient)
Harvard University
For pioneering discoveries of strongly correlated physics in twisted bilayer graphene.

Robert R. Wilson Prize for Achievement in the Physics of Particle Accelerators

G. William Foster (2022 Recipient)
Fermilab (Retired) and U.S. Congress
For leadership in developing the modern accelerator complex at Fermilab, enabling the success of the Tevatron program that supports rich programs in neutrino and precision physics.

Stephen D. Holmes (2022 Recipient)
Fermilab
For leadership in developing the modern accelerator complex at Fermilab, enabling the success of the Tevatron program that supports rich programs in neutrino and precision physics.

Rolf Landauer and Charles H. Bennett Award in Quantum Computing

Liang Jiang (2022 Recipient)
The University of Chicago
For substantial contributions to the field of theoretical quantum information science, with emphasis on exploiting novel error correction strategies to enhance performance in a manner compatible with state-of-the-art experimental platforms, and for helping establish new foundations for fault-tolerant and practical quantum communication, computing, and sensing.

Stanford R. Ovshinsky Sustainable Energy Fellowship

Jesús M. Velázquez (2021 Recipient)
University of California, Davis
For transformative research accomplishments advancing the production of solar fuels, elucidating fundamental design principles underpinning negative emissions science, and for articulating a bold vision of a sustainable chemical industry using CO2 instead of fossil fuels as the primary feedstock.

Stanley Corrsin Award

Tim Colonius (2021 Recipient)
California Institute of Technology
For development, exposition, and combined application of computational and modal decomposition tools to understand coherent structures in turbulent flows and for continuing leadership in aeroacoustics and turbulence.

Stuart Jay Freedman Award in Experimental Nuclear Physics

Danielle H. Speller (2021 Recipient)
Johns Hopkins University
For excellence in experimental research into the fundamental nature of matter and mass based on low-energy cryogenic detection techniques, in particular neutrinoless double beta decay and dark matter searches.

Thomas H. Stix Award for Outstanding Early Career Contributions to Plasma Physics Research

Carlos Paz-Soldan (2021 Recipient)
Columbia University
For groundbreaking contributions and scientific leadership in the understanding of non-axisymmetric magnetic fields and relativistic electrons in tokamak plasmas.

Tom W. Bonner Prize in Nuclear Physics

David W Hertzog (2022 Recipient)
University of Washington
For advancing the frontiers of understanding nature's fundamental symmetries via unprecedented precision studies of the muon, including its lifetime, its anomalous magnetic moment, and its measurement by the pseudoscalar coupling constant.

W.K.H. Panofsky Prize in Experimental Particle Physics

Byron G Lundberg (2022 Recipient)
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
For the first direct observation of the tau neutrino through its charged-current interactions in an emulsion detector.

Kimio Niwa (2022 Recipient)
Nagoya University
For the first direct observation of the tau neutrino through its charged-current interactions in an emulsion detector.

Vittorio Paolone (2022 Recipient)
University of Pittsburgh
For the first direct observation of the tau neutrino through its charged-current interactions in an emulsion detector.

Regina Abby Rameika (2022 Recipient)
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
For the first direct observation of the tau neutrino through its charged-current interactions in an emulsion detector.

Will Allis Prize for the Study of Ionized Gases

Toshiaki Makabe (2022 Recipient)
Keio University
For the ground-breaking development of novel computational methods, and for leading seminal experimental investigations of low temperature plasmas and their applications.