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2018 APS March Meeting Prize and Award Recipients

April 3, 2018

Special sessions to honor prize and award winners are held each year at the APS March and April Meetings. At this year’s APS March Meeting in Los Angeles, 32 distinguished winners of APS prizes and awards were recognized.

 2018 March Meeting Prize Winners
Ken Cole

2018 APS March Meeting Awardees: (Seated, L to R) Subir Sachdev, William Bialek, Barry Simon, Juan de Pablo, Hans Herrmann, Naomi Halas, Lisa Manning, Marissa Weichman, Angela Harper. (Standing, L to R) Paul Chaikin, Bradley Olsen, Andrea Cavalleri, Andrea Cepellotti, Peter Galison, Rudolf Tromp, Miguel Yacamán, Aram Harrow, Richard Boudreault, Andreas Heinrich, Rodney Ruoff, David Jacobson, Claire Donnelly, David Jonas, Pierre Haas, Christopher Palmstrøm, Kurt Wick, Joseph Stroscio, Luisa Whittaker-Brooks, Alison Patteson, Neil Johnson, Wilson Ho. (Not pictured: M. Mueed)

For complete information on the prizes and awards, including citations and institutional affiliations, please see pages 20-24 of the 2018 March Meeting program guide. For further information on the APS Honors programs, please visit the APS Honors page.

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