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 Fan Is One of Four Sandia Researchers Appointed APS Fellows

 
Hongyou Fan is among four Sandia National Laboratories researchers that have been named fellows of the American Physical Society (APS) for outstanding contributions to physics. François Léonard, Andrew Landahl and Igal Brener are the other three awardees.
Fan earned the fellowship for pioneering contributions to the development of novel synthesis methods and self-assembly processes to fabricate nanostructured materials for nanoelectronic and nanophotonic applications.
Léonard was named for his fundamental studies of the physics of nanoscale electronic devices.
Landahl was appointed for outstanding leadership and conscientious service to the quantum information community and pioneering contributions to quantum computing theory, including fault-tolerant quantum computing, quantum error correction, universal adiabatic quantum computing and novel quantum search algorithms.
And Brener earned his place for contributions to optical phenomena in semiconductors, including their coupling to metasurfaces for passive, tunable and nonlinear metamaterials, and coherent terahertz phenomena and instrumentation.
The number of APS fellows elected each year is limited to no more than one half of one percent of the membership. The honor is in recognition of outstanding contributions to physics.
“It takes extraordinary innovation and expertise to successfully carry out the missions of the nuclear security enterprise. Recognition of…NNSA researchers as APS fellows affirms that our labs are important and attractive places for top science talent. We commend these individuals on their pioneering research and making the world a safer place,” says National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) administrator Lieutenant General Frank Klotz (Retired).
Fellowship certificates are presented at the annual meeting of the APS chapter that elected the inductee.
 
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