For significant and sustained contributions in the field of large scale applications of superconductivity, in particular,
for his many contributions in both conductor development and magnet design, construction and testing at various high energy physics research institutions, including the quadrupole magnets for Stanford Linear Accelerator Center’s Single Pass Linear Collider’s triplet focusing magnets and the final focus of Fermila>Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Texas A&amb’s Tevatron Collider interaction regions
varying roles from Project to Test Director of “Accelerator Systems String Test 1 and 2 milestone” efforts of the Superconducting Super Collider Laboratory
as a member of CERN’s Large Hadron Collider’s String#1 Test team, and, most recently
as a member of the Supercon group at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory that produced a series of record setting high field (13-16T) dipole magnets.