2013 NIST Portrait Gallery Honorees
James Bergquist, Physical Measurement Laboratory, Years at NIST: 1978-2012
For pioneering development of the world's most accurate atomic clocks based on electromagnetically trapped single ions, including development of the world's most stable lasers.
Ugo Bertocci, Material Measurement Laboratory, Years at NIST: 1971-1992
For the development of advanced electrochemical measurements for corrosion science and electrodeposition.
M. Carroll Croarkin, Information Technology Laboratory, Years at NIST: 1955-1963 & 1973-2000
For groundbreaking technical contributions to NBS/NIST calibration and measurement assurance programs, and dissemination of advanced statistical methods for measurement assurance, uncertainty assessment, and inter-laboratory studies to industry through international standards.
John (Jack) Ekin, Physical Measurement Laboratory, Years at NIST: 1973-2007
For discovery, research excellence, and world leadership in the effects of strain on the performance of practical superconductors.
Cita Furlani, Information Technology Laboratory, Years at NIST: 1981-2012
For exceptional leadership in the development of innovative measurements and standards for information technology and as a visionary leader from research to Chief Information Officer to Director, Information Technology Laboratory.
Richard Gann, Engineering Laboratory, Years at NIST: 1976-2012
For leadership of extraordinary significance in the science of fire behavior and its implementation in fire safety standards and engineering practice.
Stuart Katzke, Information Technology Laboratory, Years at NIST: 1975-1999 & 2001-2008
For outstanding contributions in cyber security, the founding director of NIST's Computer Security Division, and internationally and nationally recognized leader in the development of cyber security standards.
Wen-li Wu, Material Measurement Laboratory, Years at NIST: 1979-2013
For advancing world-class applications of x-ray and neutron scattering to polymer physics in areas ranging from semiconductor electronics to dental composites.