Mark H. Engelhard, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, "For sustained creative application and novel adaptation of surface analytical tools to address a wide range of energy and environmental problems and for service to the surface analysis community"
Tony F. Heinz, Columbia University, "For the development and inspired application of spectroscopic methods for elucidating the properties and dynamics of surfaces, interfaces, and nanoscale materials"
Melissa A. Hines, Cornell University, "For the development of atomic-scale understanding of the chemical control of surface morphology, particularly with respect to technologically important silicon surfaces"
Aart W. Kleyn, FOM DIFFER, and University of Amsterdam, "For exceptional scientific and technical work in the areas of interfacial charge transfer, surface science, heterogeneous catalysis, energy storage and conversion, and plasma-surface interactions"
Ganpati Ramanath, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, "For developing creative approaches to realize novel nanomaterials via chemically-directed nanostructure synthesis and assembly, and tailoring interfaces using molecular nanolayers, for applications in electronics and energy"
Frances M. Ross, IBM, T.J. Watson Research Center, "For pioneering development of a liquid cell for in situ and real time electron microscopy measurements, which led to a deep understanding of the kinetics and growth mechanisms of nanostructures"
Jochen M. Schneider, RWTH Aachen University, "For seminal contributions to low temperature growth of crystalline alumina and nanolaminated carbides and for introducing ab-initio guided designs of hard coatings and protective films"
Roger G. Tobin, Tufts University, "For outstanding contributions to understanding the dynamics of energy transfer between adsorbates and metal substrates, and chemical reactions and electronic effects on
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