Burnell elected APS Fellow

Associate Professor Fiona Burnell of the School of Physics and Astronomy has been elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS).  Nominated by the Division of Condensed Matter Physics,  Professor Burnell was cited for outstanding contributions toward the elucidation of exotic phases of matter, including topological phases that are not described by the conventional Landau classification based on broken symmetries.  Burnell is the 43rd faculty member for the School to be honored with the designation of Fellow of the APS.