Claudia Felser elected as new member of the United States National Academy of Engineering
At the beginning of this year, Claudia Felser was elected as an International member of the United States National Academy of Engineering (NAE).
Founded in 1964, the organization is one of the most prestigious engineering societies in the world and focuses on interdisciplinary issues in the fields of engineering, technology and society. To becoming a member of the NAE is one of the highest honors a researcher can achieve in his or her professional life.
We congratulate Claudia Felser on this success!
Professor Felser owes her admission as a new member to her outstanding contributions in the field of solid-state chemistry, especially for “the prediction and discovery of engineered quantum materials ranging from Heusler compounds to topological insulators”. This places her in the ranks of top-class scientists from various fields of research.
The official admission will take place on 04 October 2020 in Washington, D.C.