Justin Schwartz

Harold and Inge Marcus Dean of Engineering

Professional Awards and Honors

External

  • Fellow, IEEE, “For contributions to high temperature superconductors and magnet systems,” 2004; one of youngest Fellows in IEEE history
  • Fellow, ASM International, “For the advancement of high temperature superconductors and their applications as well as supporting the fledgling superconducting materials technology industrial base, and for advancing diversity in materials science and engineering,” 2015
  • Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), “For distinguished contributions to the field of applied superconductivity, particularly for the advancement of high magnetic fields and for the integration of experiment and computation,” 2015
  • IEEE Council on Superconductivity Award for Significant and Sustained Contributions to Applied Superconductivity, 2014 (highest award given by the IEEE Counctil on Applied Superconductivity)
  • 2013 Van Duzer Prize, for best paper in the IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, IEEE Council on Applied Superconductivity 2012 Van Duzer Prize, for best paper in the IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, IEEE Council on Applied Superconductivity Roger W. Boom Award, Cryogenic Society of America, 1998
  • Science and Technology Agency of Japan Fellowship, 1990 (Inaugural class)
  • Magnetic Fusion Energy Technology Fellowship, U.S. Department of Energy, 1985-1990

Internal

  • NCSU Alumni Association Outstanding Research Award for 2012-13
  • North Carolina State University Diversity Award, 2011
  • Special Award for Exceptional Service, FAMU – FSU College of Engineering, 2007
  • Engineering Research Award, FAMU – FSU College of Engineering, 2005
  • Engineering Research Award, FAMU – FSU College of Engineering, 2001
  • Developing Scholar Award, Florida State University, 1996
  • Nuclear Engineering Students Award for Undergraduate Teaching, 1991