Honors & Awards

Sloan Fellows

The Sloan Research Fellowship is a distinct honor for early-career scientists. Each year, the Sloan Foundation provides 126 scholars of outstanding promise with a two-year fellowship. Since the fellowship’s inception, 109 scientists from the Division of Physical Sciences have received the award.


 

2013

Anastassia Alexandrova, Chemistry

Rahul Roy, Physics

2012

Neil K. Garg, Chemistry

Sebastien Roch, Mathematics 

Marcus Roper, Mathematics 

 

2010

Steven R. Furlanetto, Physics

Monica Visan, Mathematics

2009

Paula Diaconescu, Chemistry

2008

Inwon C. Kim, Mathematics

Yaroslav Tserkovnyak, Physics 

2006

Michael V. Hitrik, Mathematics

Heather D. Maynard, Chemistry

Jianwei Miao, Physics

2005

Narutaka Ozawa, Mathematics

2004

Rowan Killip, Mathematics

Bradley Hansen, Physics

2003

Luminita Vese, Mathematics

2001

Sarah H. Tolbert, Chemistry

Dimitri Shlyakhtenko, Mathematics

2000

Michael W. Deem, Chemistry

Christoph Thiele, Mathematics

James Larkin, Physics

Chetan Nayak, Physics

1999

Benjamin J. Schwartz, Chemistry

Terence Tao, Mathematics

David P. Saltzberg, Physics

1998

Yves Rubin, Chemistry

Ming Gu, Mathematics

Kefeng Liu, Mathematics

1997

James R. Heath, Chemistry

David C. Myles, Chemistry

Greg Hjorth, Mathematics

Ricardo Perez, Mathematics

1996

Daniel Neuhauser, Chemistry

Andrea Ghez, Physics

1995

Craig A. Merlic, Chemistry

1993

Emily Ann Carter, Chemistry

Richard B. Kaner, Chemistry

James B. Rosenzweig, Physics

1992

Thomas Mountford, Mathematics

Hong-Wen Jiang, Physics

1991

Geoffrey Mess, Mathematics

Robert W. Armstrong,  Chemistry

1990

Peter Petersen, Mathematics, 1990

Shechao Feng, Physics, 1990

1989

Jennifer T. Chayes, Mathematics, 1989

Lincoln Chayes, Mathematics, 1989

1988

Peter M. Felker, Chemistry, 1988

Robert L. Whetten, Chemistry, 1988

Mladen Bestvina, Mathematics, 1988

1987

Christopher R. Anderson, Mathematics, 1987

1986

Douglas C. Rees, Chemistry, 1986

1985

David F. Kelley, Chemistry, 1985

Robert Cousins, Physics, 1985

1984

R. Stanley Williams, Chemistry, 1984

1983

Vaughan F. R. Jones, Mathematics, 1983

Daniel Michelson, Mathematics, 1983

1982

Steven G. Clarke, Chemistry, 1982

1981

Richard T. Durrett, Mathematics, 1981

John R. Steel, Mathematics, 1981

1980

John A. Gladysz, Chemistry, 1980

Claude W. Bernard, Physics, 1980

1979

Michael E. Jung, Chemistry, 1979

Bruce H. Margon, Physics, 1979

1978

Gary A. Williams, Physics, 1978

1977

Charles E. Strouse, Chemistry, 1977

Andrew J. Majda, Mathematics, 1977

Paul M. Chaikin, Physics, 1977

Michael A. Jura, Physics, 1977

Jonathan I. Katz, Physics, 1977

Susan W. Kieffer, Physics, 1977

1976

Richard Elman, Mathematics, 1976

Mark L. Green, Mathematics, 1976

1975

Robert D. Edwards, Mathematics, 1975

Robert E. Green, Mathematics, 1975

1974

James V. Ralston, Mathematics, 1974

1973

Malcolm F. Nicol, Chemistry, 1973

Thomas M. Liggett, Mathematics, 1973

Bruce L. Rothschild, Mathematics, 1973

1972

David S. Sigman, Chemistry, 1972

Seth J. Putterman, Physics, 1972

1971

John P. McTague, Chemistry, 1971

1970

Yiannis N. Moschovakis, Mathematics, 1970

Chung Wa Wong, Physics, 1970

1969

Theodore W. Gamelin, Mathematics, 1969

Wayne A. Dollase, Physics, 1969

1968

David G. Cantor, Mathematics, 1968

Ernest S. Abers, Physics, 1968

Charles F. Kennel, Physics, 1968

1967

V. S. Varadarajan, Mathematics, 1967

Louis A.P. Balazs, Physics, 1967

John M. Cornwall, Physics, 1967

Michael A. Woolf, Physics, 1967

1966

James S. Bal,l Physics, 1966

Alfred Y.F. Wong, Physics, 1966

1965

David S. Eisenberg, Chemistry, 1965

Mostafa A. El-Sayed, Chemistry, 1965

Christopher S. Foote, Chemistry, 1965

1964

Paul C. Haake, Chemistry, 1964

Philip A. Pincus, Physics, 1964

1963

M. Frederick Hawthorne, Chemistry, 1963

Raymond L. Orbach, Physics, 1963

1962

James B. Hendrickson, Chemistry, 1962

Basil Gordon, Mathematics, 1962

1961

Daniel Kivelson, Chemistry, 1961

1957

William G. McMillan, Jr., Chemistry, 1957