Professor David DeMille wins the Francis M. Pipkin Award for 2007

November 15, 2006

David DeMille wins the Francis M. Pipkin award of the American Physical Society. The Pipkin award was established to recognize exceptional research accomplishments by an early-career scientist in the interdisciplinary area of precision measurement and fundamental constants and encourages the wide dissemination of the research results. DeMille’s citation reads as

For wide-ranging studies of fundamental symmetries in atoms and molecules, including novel approaches to searches for the electric dipole moment of the electron and investigations of parity non-conservation and the spin-statistics connection.

The Pipkin award will be presented at the APS April 2007 meeting in Jacksonville, FL, at a special ceremonial session. Click here for Yale University Press Release.

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