Langdon Named MRS Fellow
AME professor Terry Langdon has been selected as a 2011 Materials
Research Society (MRS) Fellow. As justification for his selection he
was cited, "For pioneering work in the fields of processing and
properties of ultrafine-grained materials, and for outstanding
scientific leadership in the materials science community worldwide."
The MRS Fellows will be recognized at the 2011 MRS Spring Meeting
April 25-29, 2011, in San Francisco, and also announced on the MRS
website and in the MRS Bulletin.
The title of MRS Fellow honors those MRS members who are notable for
their distinguished research accomplishments and their outstanding
contributions to the advancement of materials research,
world-wide. The maximum number of new Fellow appointments each year is
limited to 0.2% of the current MRS membership. The distinction is thus
In recognition of this honor, Langdon has been invite to participate
in a number of special events at the 2011 MRS Spring Meeting. He is
invited to the President's Reception, which is in large part an
informal acknowledgement of the many people who have contributed to
the technical excellence and success of the 2011 MRS Spring Meeting.
He will also attend a special reception will be held to recognize and
honor the new 2011 MRS Fellows. Later in the week he will attend the
Awards Session, during which the selection of the new class of MRS
Fellows will be announced.