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External Advisory Board

The External Advisory Board (EAB) provides input and guidance to the direction of the Center's research. Our Advisory Board members are leading research experts in experimental and theoretical physics and chemistry.  Some of them have specific expertise in leadership and as advisory members of other EFRC and DOE projects.


Giulia Galli  University of Chicago, Institute for Molecular Engineering, Liew Family Professor of Electronic Structure and Simulations Senior Scientist at  Argonne National Laboratory  (ANL) Director of the DOE-funded  MICCoM  (Midwest Integrated Center for Computational Materials)

Giulia Galli
University of Chicago, Institute for Molecular Engineering, Liew Family Professor of Electronic Structure and Simulations
Senior Scientist at Argonne National Laboratory (ANL)
Director of the DOE-funded MICCoM (Midwest Integrated Center for Computational Materials)

Richard L. Martin  Theory of Strongly-Correlated Materials Fellow at  Los Alamos National Laboratory , Theoretical Division

Richard L. Martin
Theory of Strongly-Correlated Materials
Fellow at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Theoretical Division

Stuart S. Parkin    Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics, Halle/Saale  Experimental materials physics 2014 Millenium Technology prize winner

Stuart S. Parkin
Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics, Halle/Saale
Experimental materials physics
2014 Millenium Technology prize winner

Ward Plummer    Lousiana State University,Deptartment of Physics and Astronomy  Experimental surface physics Member of the DOE-Basic Energy Sciences Advisory Committee, 2001-2007

Ward Plummer
Lousiana State University,Deptartment of Physics and Astronomy
Experimental surface physics
Member of the DOE-Basic Energy Sciences Advisory Committee, 2001-2007

George Malcolm Stocks    Oak Ridge National Laboratory , Materials Science and Technology Divison, Materials Theory Group Materials Theory Director,  Center for Defect Physics  (CDP), an Energy Frontier Research Center

George Malcolm Stocks
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Materials Science and Technology Divison, Materials Theory Group
Materials Theory
Director, Center for Defect Physics (CDP), an Energy Frontier Research Center