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Appendix A: Committee Members' Biographical Sketches
Pages 195-198

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... He works in spintronics and quantum information engineering, studying the quantum states of electrons, nuclei, and photons in semiconductors and molecules for quantum information processing. Awschalom received the American Physical Society Oliver Buckley Prize and Julius Edgar Lilienfeld Prize, the European Physical Society Europhysics Prize, the Materials Research Society David Turnbull Award and Outstanding Investigator Prize, the American Association for the Advancement of Science Newcomb Cleveland Prize, the International Magnetism Prize from the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics, and an IBM Outstanding Innovation Award.
From page 196...
... Her primary expertise is at the interface of organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, spin-based materials, and photochemistry/electron transfer theory, which allows her to be well situated to address current challenges in molecular quantum information science: the design of molecular qubits with long decoherence times, multiqubit arrays, and qubits/qudits that can respond to external stimuli for quantum computing and sensing. Frank currently serves on two funded Department of Energy, Energy Frontiers Research Center advisory boards in quantum science and on the American Chemical Society-Petroleum Research Fund Advisory Board, and has served on numerous National Science Foundation funding panels in quantum relevant areas.
From page 197...
... His research interests range from developing novel classical electronic structure methods and improving quantum algorithms for chemistry simulations to building hybrid classical–quantum computational chemistry solutions. He has developed multiple quantum chemistry packages, including Gaussian and Chronus Quantum.
From page 198...
... ; the Josef Michl American Chemical Society Award in Photochemistry; the International EPR Society Silver Medal in Chemistry; the Royal Society of Chemistry Physical Organic Chemistry Award; the Chemical Pioneer Award of the American Institute of Chemists; the Royal Society of Chemistry Environment Prize; the Humboldt Research Award; the Arthur C Cope Scholar Award of the American Chemical Society; the Porter Medal for Photochemistry; and the James Flack Norris Award in Physical Organic Chemistry of the American Chemical Society.

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