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Jerry Lin of Livermore’s Defense Technologies Engineering Division has been named a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). The fellow grade is the highest elected grade of membership within ASME. Lin was recognized for his pioneering work in computational mechanics, including contact algorithms, mixed time integration, element eigenvalue theorems, and element technologies that have been adopted for use in many finite-element codes.

Physicist Cherry Murray, who recently joined the Laboratory as deputy director for Science and Technology, received the 2005 George Pake Prize from the American Physical Society (APS). The George Pake Prize is one of the APS’s most distinguished awards. It recognizes and encourages outstanding work by physicists combining original research accomplishments with leadership and development in industry. Murray received the award for fundamental studies in surface and scattering physics and for her previous leadership as senior vice president of Bell Labs Research, Lucent Technologies—in particular, for “overseeing Bell Laboratories at an important time in its history.”

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