APS names Riley and Novotny fellows
FSU Physics Professor Mark Riley and Scholar/Scientist Mark Novotny of the FSU School of Computational Science and Information Technology have been named Fellows of the American Physical Society.
Riley, who was also awarded the Raymond K. Sheline Professorship by
FSU this spring, was cited by the APS "for his many
pioneering contributions to the exploration of atomic nuclei at high angular
Novotny is a frequent collaborator of FSU Physics Professor Per Rikvold. He was cited "for original algorithm development and applications of computational statistical mechanics to equilibrium and nonequilibrium problems in condensed-matter physics and materials science."
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