ESD Website Teaser: ESD’s George Pau wins a DOE Office of Science Early Career Research Program award for his work on “A Multiscale Reduced Order Method for Integrated Earth System Modeling.”
ESD’s Romy Chakraborty recently found out that her article “Microbial response to the MC-252 oil and Corexit 9500 in the Gulf of Mexico” was among the most “viewed” articles in the journal (Frontiers in Microbiology) this past year.
ESD Website Teaser: ESD’s Nigel Quinn was recently honored with the 2013 Hugo B. Fischer Award, in recognition of his significant contributions to real time data management, decision-support tool development, and hydrology and water quality forecasting.
ESD’s Valeri Korneev, the startup company Seismos, and Bill Shelander, Tech Transfer’s commercialization expert, recently collaborated on developing software to fix current blind spots involved in enhanced oil recovery (EOR).
ESD’s Janet Jansson was recently awarded Fellowship in the American Academy of Microbiology, recognizing her excellence, originality, and creativity in the microbiological sciences.
Scientists within the Earth Sciences Division won a number of LBNL FY2013 Laboratory Directed Research and Development awards, as announced recently within TABL by Lab Director Paul Alivisatos and shown below. Bravo, all!
ESD congratulates Ulisses Nunes da Rocha for recently receiving the NSF “Science Education Leadership Award,” recognizing Ulisses’ significant contribution towards and leadership in synthetic biology education, outreach, and training.
ESD’s Karsten Pruess was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award for Development of the TOUGH Codes on Tuesday, September 18th at the 2012 TOUGH Symposium, in LBNL’s Building 50 Auditorium.
A team of ESD geophysicists led by Jonathan Ajo-Franklin recently won an award for the Best Paper Presented at the 2011 SEG Annual Meeting. This award will be presented at the SEG 2012 Annual Meeting at Las Vegas coming up this November.
Gary Andersen and the ESD TOUGH Software group were winners of the LBNL Director’s Awards for Exceptional Achievement—Andersen for the PhyloChip array and the TOUGH team for supporting diverse applications and licensing of the TOUGH code.