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David Osborn Receives Lockheed Martin NOVA Award

Post, September 7, 2013 • David Osborn Chemist David Osborn was recently awarded a Lockheed Martin NOVA Award. This award honors individuals who have made outstanding contributions to Lockheed Martin’s mission and business objectives in the four categories of exceptional service, leadership, teamwork, and technical excellence. David received a Technical Excellence Award for his groundbreaking...

Dedication, curiosity earn chemist DOE Early Career Award

Post, June 16, 2022 • CRF Scientist Krupa Ramasesha Each year, the Department of Energy awards five-year, $2.5M, Early Career Award grants to young scientists, chosen through a highly competitive research proposal selection process. For CRF scientist Krupa Ramasesha, winning the Department of Energy’s Early Career Award means that she can launch an in-depth study...
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First Kevin E. Strecker Award Presented at Rice University

Post, May 30, 2014 • Joseph Barchas (middle) receives congratulations from Michelle Strecker and Randy Hulet, who was Kevin Strecker’s graduate advisor. The Combustion Research Facility (CRF) sends warm congratulations to Joseph Barchas of Rice University, the first recipient of the Rice University’s Kevin E. Strecker Award. Joseph received the $2,000 award from the Department...
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Habib Najm, Lyle Pickett, and Chris Carlen receive 2014 CRF awards

Post, November 25, 2014 • Robert Barlow, left, was awarded the Combustion Institute’s Alfred C. Edgerton Gold Medal. To his right are this year’s CRF awards recipients, Lyle Pickett, Habib Najm, and Chris Carlen, who were chosen by their peers. (Photos by Dino Vournas) The CRF is proud to announce Habib Najm as the winner...
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Hope Michelsen Named to Alameda County Women’s Hall of Fame

Post, February 27, 2013 • Hope Michelsen The Alameda County Women’s Hall of Fame has named Sandia combustion and atmospheric scientist Hope Michelsen (8353) as the 2013 Outstanding Woman in Science. She is the first Sandian to receive this award. Hope is being honored for her combustion and atmospheric science research—specifically, her contributions to developing...

Jackie Chen inducted into Alameda County Women’s Hall of Fame

Post, March 15, 2016 • by Michael Padilla Jackie Chen, a distinguished member of the technical staff at Sandia National Laboratories’ Combustion Research Facility, will be inducted into the Alameda County Women’s Hall of Fame on March 19 in Oakland, California. Jackie is being honored in the area of science and technology for her contributions...
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Judit Zádor Elected Fellow of The Combustion Institute

Post, March 5, 2024 • Judit Zádor (8353), a physical chemist, has been elected a 2024 Fellow of The Combustion Institute “for exceptional contributions in theoretical chemical kinetics and innovations in approaches for automating quantum chemical calculations.” The lifetime honorific title of Fellow is a testament to active participation in the combustion field through publications...
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Lyle Pickett Named SAE Fellow

Post, October 21, 2013 • Lyle Pickett has been named a Fellow of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). Established in 1975, the Fellow grade honors and recognizes important engineering, scientific, and leadership achievements to enhance the status of SAE’s contributions to the profession and to society. Lyle was selected based on his pioneering research...

Magnus Sjöberg receives SAE Oral Presentation Award

Post, December 20, 2013 • CRF researcher Magnus Sjöberg has received an Excellence in Oral Presentation Award from SAE International, formerly the Society of Automotive Engineers. This award, which was established to recognize outstanding speakers at SAE technical sessions, places Magnus in the top 5% of SAE oral presenters for 2013. Based on evaluations submitted...

Sandia researcher David Osborn elected physics fellow

Post, January 21, 2016 • By Michael Padilla Sandia National Laboratories researcher David Osborn has been elected a fellow of the American Physical Society’s (APS) Division of Chemical Physics. Election to fellowship in the APS is limited to no more than one half of one percent of the membership and is recognition by Osborn’s peers...
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