For sustained service, as Program Manager for Advanced Technology Research and Development for the Office of High Energy Physics, U.S. Department of Energy, to the applied superconductivity community that has had a lasting influence on the advancement of the technology, and in particular:
for his strong and sustained support for research and development efforts in superconducting materials and magnet technology
for being a co-founder, of a series of Low Temperature Superconductor Workshops (LTSW) that have been responsible for improvements in both NbTi and Nb3Sn conductors
for structuring the Advanced Technology Research and Development Program so that it was vertically integrated from basic science to the engineering and construction of superconducting accelerator components
all of which has had a strong positive influence on both big science projects and on the applied superconductivity industry.