Prineha has been named one of five 2018 Moore Inventor Fellows this year by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. The Moore Inventor Fellows program program supports early-career scientist-inventors working on innovative projects with the potential to bring about significant change. Since its inception in 2016, the foundation has supported early-career scientist-inventors at a critical stage of research, by giving them the resources and freedom to test out their ideas. Each fellow receives a total of $825,000 over three years to drive their invention forward, including $50,000 per year from their home institution.
Announcement from APS: https://www.aps.org/programs/honors/prizes/prizerecipient.cfm?last_nm=Narang&first_nm=Prineha&year=2023
Announcement from ONR: https://www.nre.navy.mil/2023-young-investigators
Congratulations to George on the MRS Graduate Student Gold Award! George is recognized for critical contributions in computational transport physics and understanding unconventional transport in quantum matter. Here are some of his highlighted papers: Varnavides, G., Jermyn, A. S., Anikeeva, P., & Narang, P. (2019). Non-Equilibrium Phonon Transport Across Nanoscale Interfaces. Physical Review B, 100 (11), 115402. [...]
We are excited to receive an INCITE Award from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Science for our project Exascale Simulation of Topological Materials Dynamics on the Summit supercomputer at the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF).