Who are the Fellows?
The Laboratory Fellows organization was established in 1981 and is made up of technical staff members who have been appointed by the Director to the rank of Fellow in recognition of sustained outstanding contributions and exceptional promise for continued professional achievement.
The Fellow appointment is an honor bestowed on individuals by the Director in recognition of outstanding achievement in advancing science, technology, engineering or mathematics across the full breadth of Laboratory R&D. This includes accomplishment from basic research, making contributions to the broader science and engineering enterprise while enhancing the Laboratory’s role and reputation as a broad source of discovery and innovation, through to focused mission applications, building capability that advances the Laboratory’s ability to execute its major programs for the nation.
Next Regular Fellows Meeting:
Date: March 23rd, 2023
Location: via WebEx
Guest Speaker: Kelly Beierschmitt and Jay Johnson
It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Andrew Hime. During his career as a physicist, he received the prestigious Oppenheimer Award at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico where he worked for many years. In 2005 Andrew was inducted as a Laboratory Fellow.
For more information, see full announcement on the In Memoriam page.
Fellows in the News:
- 5 Los Alamos researchers receive Laboratory Fellows’ Prizes
- 9 Los Alamos researchers named 2022 Laboratory Fellows
Eva Birnbaum, Bill Daughton, Andrew Gaunt and Cristiano Nisoli honored with Laboratory Fellows Prizes for 2021
Congratulations to Vania Jordonova for election into the 2021 Class of AGU Fellows
LANL Fellow Al Sattelberger has won the ACS Award for Distinguished Service in the Advancement of Inorganic Chemistry. The award will be presented at an Annual Symposium held at their Spring 2022 ACS National Meeting.
Remembering Ret. Col. Hawkins, intelligence analyst and strategist
LANL Fellow Carol Burns named Deputy Director for Research at Berkeley Lab
The LANL Fellows congratulate Mark Chadwick for being named a new fellow of the American Nuclear Society (ANS) (.pdf) - see the full article of LANL Scientists honored by the American Nuclear Society