Dr. Alannah Hallas, recent PhD grad, wins 2018 NSSA Prize for Outstanding Research
Congratulations to Dr. Alannah Hallas who has been awarded the Neutron Scattering Society of America (NSSA) 2018 Prize for Outstanding Student Research. Dr. Hallas won the prize "for her exploration of new families of quantum pyrochlore magnets and elucidating their phase behaviour and excitations using forefront neutron scattering techniques". Dr. Hallas was jointly supervised by Dr. Graeme Luke, Dr. Bruce Gaulin and Dr. Chris Wiebe during her PhD at McMaster University. She is currently a postdoctoral fellow at Rice University. The full press release can be found here: https://neutronscattering.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/press-release-2018-v5.pdf.
Excellent work Dr. Hallas!