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Outstanding Achievement Award

Nomination deadline is May 31, 2004.

Please make this announcement known to your colleagues and mail nominations to:

Professor Farrokh Najmabadi
Chair FED Honors and Awards Committee
University of California-San Diego
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Center for Energy Research
460 EBU II
La Jolla, CA 92093-0438


  • For recognition of a continued history of exemplary individual achievement requiring professional excellence and leadership of a high caliber in the fusion science and engineering area.
  • So others will understand that the Fusion Energy Division of the American Nuclear Society encourages such achievement and recognizes its importance to fusion.
  • Award to recognize achievement, leadership, and professional excellence by a member of the American Nuclear Society.


  • Emphasis is on a history of achievements in advancing the technological development of fusion.
  • Emphasis is on a continued series of contributions to fusion science and engineering however those contributions are made.
  • Contributions to be measured as recognized by others in the field.


  • Nominations can be made by anyone at anytime to the Honors and Awards Committee Chair of the Fusion Energy Division of the American Nuclear Society.
  • On an annual basis, a call will be made for candidates and the Committee will evaluate the information, gather additional information if necessary, and may actively search for additional nominations.
  • A decision is made whether an award will be given to any nominee in a specific year.
  • Nominees not receiving an award will be re-evaluated for the next three years.


  • An object of ornamental or useful type with intrinsic value.
  • A certificate designating the presentation of the award.
  • Presented at any American Nuclear Society Annual Meeting or Division Topical Meeting.