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AVS announces its major award winners of 2013
Date:11/5/2013

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Peter Mark Memorial Award Dr. Daniel Gunlycke, Naval Research Laboratory, "For significant contributions to the understanding of the electronic properties of low-dimensional graphene nanostructures." This award is presented to a young scientist or engineer (35 years of age or under) for outstanding theoretical or experimental work, at least some of which must have been published in an AVS journal. The award consists of a cash award, a plaque, and an honorary lectureship at a regular session of the International Symposium.

George T. Hanyo Award Mr. Steven R. Blankenship, NIST, "For outstanding contributions to the scanning tunneling microscopy user facilities and other laboratories at the Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology at the National Institute of Standards and Technology." This award is presented to recognize outstanding performance in technical support of research or development in areas of interest to AVS. It recognizes valuable contributions made by persons outside normal professional circles. The award consists of a cash award and a plaque.

A complete list of the Fellows as well as the 2013 graduate student winners is attached. Nominations for the 2014 awards are currently being solicited. For more information, please contact Angela Klink, AVS, 212-248-0200, fax 212-248-0245, e-mail angela@avs.org.

Additional Awards

2013 AVS Fellows

AVS Fellows are members who have made outstanding contributions in areas of interest to AVS.

Morgan R. Alexander, The University of Nottingham, "For his pioneering combined use of surface analysis and high-throughput materials array techniques, which led to the discovery of new materials to support stem-cell growth and bacterial resistant coatings"

Jane P. Chang, University of California--Los Angeles, "For sustained research leading to the synthesis and patterning of novel multifuncti
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Contact: Della Miller
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530-896-0477
American Institute of Physics
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