Company: Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Location: Oak Ridge, TN
Stephen J. Pennycook is a Corporate Fellow of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, a science and energy laboratory and major provider of basic and applied research and development, isotope production, information management, and research and technical assistance to other organizations. In his capacity, Mr. Pennycook utilizes his knowledge of electron microscopy, physics and material science applications to manage the research department of 10 to 15 people, raise funds for research initiatives, and conduct electron microscopy research of materials for energy applications. He is an award-winning researcher who has received a number of accolades for his efforts, those of which have included the Heinrich Award as granted by the Microbeam Analysis Society, a medal for Contrast Imaging in STEM from the Materials Research Society, and the Thomas J. Young Medal and Award from the Institute of Physics. He is a fellow of the American Physical Society, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Microscopy Society of America, and the Institute of Physics in the United Kingdom. Mr. Pennycook possesses more than three decades of experience, and he continues to strive for excellence as he looks forward to making advancements in the research field, and guiding his group toward new frontiers in science.
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