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Secretary of Energy announces seven E.O. Lawrence Award Winners

rophysical sciences at Princeton University and associate director for academic affairs at PPPL.

Korber, a chemist, will be honored in the life sciences category for her studies delineating the genetic characteristics of the HIV virus and for her development of the Los Alamos HIV database, a foundation for HIV research for the scientific community. Korber is a technical staff member in the theoretical biology and biophysics group at LANL.

Max, an astrophysicist, will receive the award in the physics category, for her contributions to the theory of laser guide star adaptive optics and its application in ground-based astronomy to correct telescopic images for the blurring caused by light passing through the atmosphere. Max is professor and astronomer at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and a physicist at the Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics at LLNL.

Mortensen, a mechanical engineer, will be honored in the national security category for his contributions to nuclear weapons design and his expertise that has helped certify the safety and reliability of nuclear weapons in an era without nuclear testing. Mortensen is a project design leader in the thermonuclear applications group at LANL as well as a Laboratory Fellow.

Saykally, a chemist, will receive the award in the chemistry category for his invention of new, powerful methods such as velocity modulation spectroscopy to study the structure of molecular ions. Saykally is a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and senior scientist with the Chemical Sciences Division of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

Schuller, a physicist, will be honored in the materials research category for creating the field of metallic superlattices and recognizing the impact of these materials on magnetism and superconductivity. Schuller is a professor of physics in the D
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