The American Physical Society announced the recipients of the 2022 APS Fellowships. Two U.S. Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory scientists were selected as 2022 APS fellows, a distinction awarded each year to no more than one-half of 1% of current APS members by their peers.
Fermilab heartily congratulates the fellows on this prestigious honor.
Mike Albrow, scientist emeritus, is named an APS fellow by the Forum on Outreach and Engaging the Public “for a long interest in science outreach, including creating a school visit program in 2005 that continues to this day and has impacted over 200,000 children, and writing a science column in a newspaper and website that connects with thousands of readers.”
Juan Estrada is named an APS fellow by the Division of Astrophysics “for critical contributions to cosmology experiments DES and DESI, and for pioneering the use of thick Charged Coupled Devices (CCDs) with ultra-low readout noise for the search for low-mass dark matter.”
The full listing of 2022 fellows can be found on the APS Fellow Archive. The APS fellowship program recognizes members who have made advances in physics through original research and publication or made significant innovative contributions in the application of physics to science and technology.
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