McLeod Awarded IUPAP Young Scientist Prize

Assistant Professor Alex McLeod of the School of Physics and Astronomy has been awarded the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics 2022 Young Scientist Prize in the Structure and Dynamics of Condensed Matter. McLeod was cited “For his contributions to nano-imaging and -manipulation of correlated electron phase transitions, and for fundamental studies of polaritons at low temperatures.”

Professor McLeod joined the School in August 2021 and is building a laboratory devoted to nanoscale optical studies of correlated systems. You can read more about the IUPAP Young Scientist Prize here and more about Professor McLeod’s research here.