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Langdon Selected to Academia Europaea

Academia Europaea logo Terry Langdon, AME Professor Emeritus, has been invited to accept membership in the Academia Europaea.

Academia Europaea is a private charitable organization composed of European scientists and scholars recognized by their peers. and whose purpose is to promote learning, education and research. Membership is by invitation.

Upon accepting membership, new members are assigned to one of 20 sections based the member's professional interests. The section specialties span most of the traditional academic disciplines from the physical science and engineering to law and the humanities. Langdon, consistent with his research interests, has joined the Physics & Engineering Sciences section.

Congratulations to Professor Langdon on his selection as a member of the Academia Europaea.

 

Langdon Selected for Highly Cited Researchers List

Thomson Reuters, the organization that generates the ISI Web of Knowledge citation index, released its 2014 list of Highly Cited Researchers in July, as a follow up to a similar list that it posted in 2001. This new list was based on papers indexed between 2002 and 2012, tracking authors who published numerous articles ranging among the top one percent of the most cited in their respective fields of study in the year of publication. Terry Langdon is one of this year's 147 Highly Cited Researchers in the field of materials science.