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IBAME Fellows

IBAME Fellows

2015: Alfred X. Trautwein
in recognition of his distinguished work in the field of application of Mössbauer spectroscopy in biochemistry, earth sciences and solid-state physics as well as of his exceptional services to the international Mössbauer community.

2017: Elisa Baggio-Saitovitch
in recognition of her distinguished work in the field of application of Mössbauer spectroscopy in various fields of condensed matter physics as well as of her exceptional services to the international Mössbauer community especially her contribution to the development of the Brazil and Latin American Mössbauer community.

2017: Jean-Claude Jumas
in recognition of his distinguished work in the field of application of Mössbauer spectroscopy in various fields, especially for his fundamental industrial near research in field of catalysis and development of new batteries as well as his services to the French speaking and international Mössbauer community.

2017: Eckard Münck
in recognition of his distinguished work in the field of application of Mössbauer spectroscopy to all kind of chemistry inspiring many colleagues of the subsequent generation to enter the field of bioorganic chemistry.

2017: Igor Savelyevitch Lyubutin
in recognition of his distinguished work in the field of application of Mössbauer spectroscopy in solid state physics, magnetism, and crystal chemistry as well as his exceptional services to the international Mössbauer community.

2017: Masuo Takeda
in recognition of his distinguished work in the applications of the Mössbauer effect in inorganic and crystal radiochemistry by using a large number of different Mössbauer isotopes as well as for his services to the Japanese and international Mössbauer community.

2017: Francois Varret
in recognition of his distinguished fundamental and methodological contributions to the field of application of Mössbauer spectroscopy as well as his exceptional services to the French Mössbauer community.

2017: Gennadi Smirnov
in recognition of his pioneering work in experimental and theoretical gamma-optics, his contributions to nuclear resonant scattering of synchrotron radiation and his contributions to the development of energy-resolved Mössbauer spectroscopy with synchrotron radiation.

2017: George Filoti
in recognition of his distinguished work in the applications of the Mössbauer effect on investigation of magnetic and electronic ground states of various materials and his services to the national and international Mössbauer community.

2017: Fashen Li
in recognition of his distinguished work in the applications of the Mössbauer effect on magnetism and magnetic materials as well as his services to the Chinese and international Mössbauer community.

2017: Michael Thomas
in recognition of his distinguished work in the applications of the Mössbauer effect on fundamental aspects of magnetic behavior of matter and his role as teacher and supervisor of many leading scientists.