Among this year’s class of new Fellows of the American Physical Society are two IU PhD alums:
Sarah Cousineau (PhD, 2003 with S.Y. Lee), in the Division of Particles and Beams, for her “high-impact contributions to high-power proton accelerator research, inspiring workforce education and effective leadership in the physics of beams.”
Dan Hussey (PhD, 2003 with Mike Snow and Dave Baxter), in the Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics, for “novel developments in neutron radiography and tomography leading to significant advances in lithium-ion batteries, hydrogen fuel cells, concretes, and additive manufacturing; and for the invention of simultaneous neutron/x-ray imaging for analysis of complex natural and engineered materials.
The full slate of new fellows may be viewed at: https://www.aps.org/programs/honors/fellowships/archive-all.cfm