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All Corporate Fellow summaries reflect the awardee and ORNL at the time the fellowship was awarded.
Budhendra L Bhaduri
For his role in conceiving, designing, and implementing novel geocomputational methods to help solve a wide variety of national and global problems in energy, the environment, and national security.
For pioneering studies of the functionality of mesoporous oxides and carbons for real-world applications, ionic liquids for chemical separation and materials synthesis, and catalysis by nanomaterials.
Bennett Richard Bass
For outstanding scientific, programmatic, and institutional contributions to ORNL in advanced computational structural mechanics and nuclear safety technologies.
C. Stuart Daw
For pioneering the application of chaos theory and nonlinear dynamics to energy technologies, including gas-fluidized beds, internal combustion engines, and pulsed combustion.
For pioneering research and distinguished contributions to the field of high-temperature superconductors, including fundamental materials science advances and technical innovations that enable commercialization.
Stephen E Nagler
For his pioneering contributions to the study of nonequilibrium systems, quantum magnetism, and excitations in condensed matter.
Richard J Norby
For his research on the effects of elevated levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide on terrestrial ecosystems.
For pioneering accomplishments in the fields of global optimization, artificial neural networks, and high performance computing based on quantum devices.
David L Greene
For distinguished contributions to energy policy research and analysis for transportation, and for advancing understanding of the transportation sector's role in energy and environmental concerns.
For fundamental research establishing fission-imposed limits on rotating nuclei, and for extensive studies of heavy ion reactions from low to ultrarelativistic energies.