The American Association for the Advancement of Science has elected Fermilab scientist Andreas Kronfeld as a new AAAS fellow.
Kronfeld was one of 338 AAAS members nominated this year as fellows by their peers in recognition of distinguished contributions to their fields of study. He was elected for his contributions to the field of high-energy physics, particularly for leading efforts to connect lattice gauge theorists and experimenters in particle physics.
In addition, Fermilab users Daniela Bortoletto of University of Oxford, Ronald Gilman of Rutgers University and Nikos Varelas of the University of Illinois at Chicago were named AAAS fellows. Fermilab Today congratulates all the new fellows.