ICES Professor Alex Demkov was featured on the cover of the American Vacuum Society News.
The extensive Question-and-Answer interview chronicles Demkov's responses on topics ranging from mentors to his involvement with AVS. Demkov recently received the AVS Excellence in Leadership Award for enhancing "the careers of future generations who might not otherwise have considered or had access to opportunities in science, engineering, and technology."
Here's the full interview:
Q: Describe a typical day in your life. Read more.Posted: Sept. 11, 2014
ICES Professor Mary Wheeler has been named a Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Honorary Member, the organization's highest honor.
Wheeler, professor of petroleum and geosystems engineering, and professor or aerospace engineering and engineering mechanics, garners the prestigious title which is limited to 0.1 percent of the SPE total membership. This elite group represents individuals who have given outstanding service to SPE or have demonstrated distinguished scientific or engineering achievements in the fields within the technical scope of SPE. Read more.Posted: Sept. 11, 2014
Six ICES staff were recognized for their loyal and devoted service during ceremonies Aug. 25.
The 2014 University Service Award recipients who work for ICES were: Jon Bass, assistant vice president for research, for 10 years of service; Sue Rodriguez, senior administrative associate, for 10 years of service; Robert Hoelscher, senior administrative associate, for 10 years of service; Donna Larson, senior administrative associate, for 25 years of service; Charlott Low, administrative assistant, for 30 years of service; and Ruth Hengst, senior administrative associate, for 35 years of service. Read more.Posted: Aug. 26, 2014
ICES hosts the 32nd International Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors (ICPS) August 10–15 at the Austin Convention Center. Jim Chelikowsky, director of the ICES Center for Computational Materials (CCM), serves as the conference chair, and Alex Demkov, a professor of physics and affiliated with the CCM, as program chair.
This definitive biennial conference has brought together the global community of semiconductor researchers to share and discuss pressing problems and cutting edge advances in semiconductor science since its inception in 1950.
The Japanese Association for Computational Mechanics (JACM) honored ICES Professor Thomas Hughes with the 2014 Computational Mechanics Award "for his distinguished achievements in the field of computational mechanics." This is JACM's highest award.
Hughes received the award during the World Congress on Computational Mechanics in Barcelona, Spain in July.
Hughes is professor of aerospace engineering and engineering mechanics, holder of the Computational and Applied Mathematics Chair III, and leader of the ICES Computational Mechanics Group. Read more.Posted: Aug. 7, 2014