Tiwary was one of 34 early career biological chemists profiled in the journal's 2019 “Future of Biochemistry” list.
Award provided Burnett with the opportunity to conduct research at the Université of Grenoble's Institut des Sciences de la Terre (ISTerre) in France under Dr. Nathanaël Schaeffer, an expert in modeling of magnetohydrodynamic geodynamos.
The award honors a small number of faculty members each year who have demonstrated notable success in both scholarship and teaching.
Margetis will deliver lectures on his recent work in mathematical aspects of materials science and mathematical physics. In particular, he plans to talk on recent advances in the theory of plasmonic waves on two-dimensional materials from an applied mathematics perspective.
Williams was recognized for scientific contributions to nanotechnology as well as leadership on technical issues in national security and policy.