By Lynn Yarris, LCYarris@lbl.gov
Two out of the three annual Energy and Science Technology Awards presented by the U.S. Department of Energy went this year to LBL scientists. Heinz Heinemann, a chemist in the Materials Sciences Division, won the Homer H. Lowry Award in Fossil Energy, and Art Rosenfeld, a physicist in the Energy and Environment Division and head of LBL's Center for Building Science, won the Sadi Carnot Award in Energy Conservation. The third prize, the John Ericsson Award in Renewable Energy, went to Utah University's Sambunath Ghosh. Energy Secretary Hazel O'Leary will present the winners with their awards at a ceremony on Friday, Jan. 21, 1994 at DOE headquarters in Washington, D.C. The honorees will each receive a gold medal, a citation, and $10,000. All three awards were established by DOE in 1987 to recognize the contributions of scientists in areas of research that are considered vital to the economic future of our nation. This is the fourth time that the awards have been given. The Homer H. Lowry Award was named for a scientist who, from the 1920s through the 1960s, investigated the chemistry of coal and other carbonaceous materials. He authored a book that became the standard international reference for coal science. This year's winner, Heinemann, has been a senior scientist at LBL since 1978. His accomplishments have included research into coal gasification, catalytic coal liquefaction, hydrodenitrification, nitrogen oxide emission control, and, most recently, the identification of a catalyst that converts methane into valuable hydrocarbons without the production of unwanted carbon dioxide. Prior to coming to LBL, Heinemann, who recently celebrated his 80th birthday, worked at the Mobil Research and Development Corporation. There, among many other notable accomplishments, he developed a process for converting methanol to gasoline. Born in Berlin, Germany, he earned a Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Basel in Switzerland and came to the U.S. in 1938. He became a citizen in 1944. During his 60 years in research, Heinemann has contributed to the invention and development of 14 commercial fossil fuel processes, holds 75 patents, and has authored some 100 publications. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineers, was the founder and editor of Catalysis Reviews, and was a recipient of a DOE Distinguished Scientist/Engineer Award. The Sadi Carnot Award is named for the 19th century French scientist who founded the science of thermodynamics and who was the first to study and maximize steam engine efficiency. In 1988, the first Carnot Award went to Sam Berman, who heads E&E's lighting program. This year's winner, Rosenfeld, has had an illustrious career spanning five decades and two disciplinesparticle physics and energy efficiency. After receiving his Ph.D. in physics from UC Berkeley in 1954, Rosenfeld joined the University's Physics Department and LBL's Physics Division in 1955. During the next 20 years, as a member of Luis Alvarez's group, he worked on some of high-energy physics' most important experiments. He also was instrumental in the development of the Particle Data Tables. Sparked by the 1973 oil embargo by OPEC, Rosenfeld switched fields and embarked on a second career that has resulted in major contributions toward the development of energy efficient technologies for buildings. Numbered among his many successes are the DOE-2 whole building simulation program, which is the international benchmark against which other simulation codes are measured; the concepts of "least cost energy services" and "conservation supply curves," which have been widely adopted as the framework for technology comparisons and decision-making. One of Rosenfeld's proudest accomplishments is his start-up of a cool surfaces and heat islands research project aimed at reducing the turn-of-the-century temperatures of major U.S. cities to 1990 levels. This, Rosenfeld says, could save about 10 gigawatts of power and about $1 billion a year. The project has been adopted by the Clinton Administration as a major part of its plan to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in America and is now called "Cool Communities." (The principle investigator for the project here at LBL now is E&E's Hashem Akbari.) Working through Pacific Gas and Electric's "Act 2" program, Rosenfeld also helped launch the California Collaborative Process, which is designed to test advanced efficiency investments. From the first retrofit to come out of this program, a 50-percent savings has been achieved at PG&E's research and development office building. He has also worked with other LBL researchers to demonstrate efficient lighting, windows, and air-conditioning in developing countries. In 1986, Rosenfeld received the Leo Szilard Award for physics in the public interest presented by the American Physical Society. He has collaborated on several books and is the author of more than 320 published papers and review articles on particle physics, uses of computers, data processing, arms control, and energy utilization.
Dave Nielsen, LBL's Business Services manager since 1975, retired in December after 33 years of service to the Laboratory. Since his departure, the responsibilities have been redistributed. Laboratory Security, Parking and Traffic Coordination, Employee Transportation Coordination, and Shuttle Bus Services are now under the direction of Fred Lothrop, manager of the Reception Center. Laboratory Security management functions have been relocated to the Reception Center at Bldg. 65. Dave Shepherd, head of Contract Management, now oversees Risk Management, Cafeteria Services, Workers Compensation Administration, and miscellaneous Business Services activities. Motor Pool and Vehicle Fleet Management operations are now under the administration of Dave Saucer and Material Operations. Carl Eben, Head of Information Systems and Services, has been assigned the oversight of Archives and Records. These duty changes involve only oversight. No other personnel or office location changes have occurred. Stephanie Petersen, head of Internal Audit, has been assigned the duties of Audit Liaison. These activities will now be conducted in Bldg. 936. For additional information about these changes, please consult the Administration Division Memo, dated January 3, on "Reassignment of Business Services Functions."
A new exhibition entitled "Giants from the Past: Dinosaurs to Mammoths," takes up residence at the Lawrence Hall of Science on Jan. 29, and runs through May 30. Spanning millions of years, the spectacle of giant robotic creatures that move, look, and sound like the real thing showcases everything from the fiercest dinosaur to the largest mammal to walk the earth. In addition to giant-sized models, the exhibition features a number of hands-on activities for children of all ages. A unique computer-operated three-dimensional Plate Tectonics map illustrates the changing land forms on earth, from prehistoric times to the present. For more information, call 642-5132.
The Hall has announced its winter schedule of after-school science and math classes for children 2-18. More than 25 classes, including such favorites as Lego Logo, Seismology for Teens and Math for Girls are on tap. The classes begin Monday, Jan. 24, and run for eight weeks, emphasize hands-on experiences combined with the learning of valuable concepts and skills. For a catalog of classes or registration information, call 642-5134. n
Antoni Oppenheim, an engineer in LBL's Energy and Environment Division and professor emeritus at UC Berkeley, has been awarded a DOE-sponsored patent for development of a "jet plume injection system" for internal combustion engines. This system is an alternative to the spark plugs now used in automobile engines and would eliminate the need to boost gasoline octane ratings. If octane ratings could be reduced from their current 90 plus levels to 70 (gasoline's natural rating), an estimated $2 billion in annual costs passed on to U.S. consumers would be saved. Oppenheim received the patent along with co-developers James Maxson and David Hensinger, both at UCB. Oppenheim is a pioneer in the study of the dynamic effects of flames and a long-time advocate of controlling combustion to reduce pollution from auto engines. The patent comes on the heels of a conference organized by Oppenheim and Maxson, involving researchers and representatives from private industry, to discuss scientific countermeasures against pollutant emissions from internal combustion engines. Eicke R. Weber, of LBL's Materials Sciences Division and UC Berkeley's Department of Materials Science and Mineral Engineering, has received a Senior U.S. Scientist Award from the Humboldt Foundation in Germany. As part of the award, he will spend six months at the Max-Planck Institute for Microstructure Physics in Halle, a city in the former East Germany. Jun-Fei Zheng, a graduate student of Eicke R. Weber, and Amy Moll, a graduate student of Eugene Haller, both of LBL's Materials Sciences Division, have received graduate student awards from the Materials Research Society. Zheng received his award for his paper on "Atomic Scale Interface Structure of InGaAs/GaAs Strained Layers Studied by Cross-Sectional Scanning Tunneling Microscopy." Moll received her award for her paper on "The Effects of Amorphous Layer Regrowth on Acceptor Activation in III-V Semiconductors." The awards were presented at the Fall 1993 MRS Meeting, held in Boston on December 1. John E. Hearst, of LBL's Structural Biology Division and UC Berkeley's Department of Chemistry, has received the 1994 American Society for Photobiology Research Award in Photobiology. The award will be presented at the annual meeting of the ASP, to be held June 25-29 in Scottsdale, Ariz. Kathleen Handron, LBL's Employee Assistance Coordinator, has received a Certificate of Special Recognition from the Employee Assistance Professionals Association for "Demonstrating extraordinary leadership in furtherance of the employee assistance profession." IN PRINT: The Dec.18 and 25 editions of Science News cite a research report, from a group led by Diane L. Tribble of LBL's Life Sciences Division, that appeared in the December American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Tribble's studies suggest that regular passive exposure to tobacco smoke decreases the body's stores of vitamin C (ascorbic acid), an important antioxidant.
Your 1993 W-2 form should be mailed to your home address by Jan. 31. If you have moved in the past year and have not yet notified your division office of the change, please do so immediately. If you do not receive the form by Feb. 4, please contact the Payroll Department.
Robert O. Ritchie of the Materials Sciences Division will give a talk on "Fatigue of Ceramics and Problems with Heart Valves" at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 19, in the Bldg. 66 auditorium. This is part of a series of lectures sponsored by the Materials Sciences Division that are intended for the nonscientific audience. All Lab employees are invited to attend.
Tom Glimme of EH&S's Environmental Monitoring Unit reports that the year-to-date amount measured in the rain gauge atop Bldg. 75 as of midnight, Tuesday, Jan. 11, was 7.9 inches. The only rainfall recorded in the past week was 0.06 inches on Saturday, Jan. 8. The current rainy season officially began on July 1, 1993. In addition to measuring rainfall, the EMU regularly takes some 200 air and water samples around the Hill.
The fuel pumps at Bldg. 76 (Motor Pool) are now attached to an automated dispensing system. Each vehicle will be issued a card-key, which must be inserted into the terminal next to the pump island in order to activate the pumps. Please continue to record the amount of fuel you pump on the clipboards at the fuel island. For more information, call X5475 or stop by the Motor Pool office.
Celebrating its 32nd year of international competition, the R&D 100 Awards program is once again inviting you to submit your new products to be judged as one of the 100 most technically significant commercial achievements of the past year. Deadline for entry is March 1, 1994. Early bird entries, submitted by February 1, will have an opportunity for revision and resubmission. The R&D 100 Awards competition recognizes innovators and their organizations while identifying important technological advances of a practical nature. Products, materials, processes, and software are eligible. There is no limit to the number of products that may be entered, but there is a $150 fee for each entry. This competition has proven to be a valuable promotional mechanism for LBL and for the Department of Energy, which, through its national labs, wins an average of one-third of the awards each year. These prestigious awards traditionally arouse great interest throughout the industrial R&D community, generating many requests for further information about LBL award winners via reader-response cards published in the magazine. According to eligibility rules: "Any new technical product that was first available for for purchase between Jan. 1, 1993, and Dec. 31, 1993, may be entered. Products that will not be mass-produced must have become available for contract or licensing during that period, or, in special instances, completed and delivered by a government agency or laboratory during that period." The 100 winning products will be selected by the R&D Judging Panel on the basis of importance, uniqueness, and usefulness from a technical standpoint. The panel consists of the magazine's editors and a group of technical experts. The winners will be honored at an Awards Banquet at Chicago's Museum of Science & Industry and a complete report describing the winning products will be published in the September 1994 issue of R&D Magazine. LBL researchers have entered the competition for the past 10 years, winning or sharing 24 awards. Last year's winners from LBL included a long-trace profiler, which detects tiny deviations on the surfaces of the mirrors used in high-intensity physics instruments;an alkaline-fluoride-carbonate electrolyte for zinc/nickel oxide batteries; a DC broad-beam, high-current metal ion source; and a raster scanner beam delivery system. For guidance on possible entries, and for entry forms if your division office does not have them, contact David Gilbert at X6096 or via e-mail (degilbert @lbl.gov).
17 m o n d a y MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. HOLIDAY 18 t u e s d a y EH&S COURSE 9-11 a.m., Bldg. 66 Aud.; New Employee Orientation (EHS-10) PHYSICS DIVISION RESEARCH PROGRESS MEETING 4 p.m., Bldg. 50A-5132; D. Harris, Univ. of Chicago, "Searching for CP-Violation in the Decays KL l+l," Refreshments 3:40 p.m. 19 w e d n e s d a y EH&S COURSE 8:30 a.m.-noon, Bldg. 50A-5132; EH&S Roles and Responsibilities for Supervisors (EHS-25) (continued from 1/12); pre-registration required, X6612 SCIENCE FOR SUPPORT STAFF LECTURE 11 a.m., Bldg. 66 Aud.; R. Ritchie, LBL, "Fatigue of Ceramics and Problems with Heart Valves" PHYSICS DEPARTMENT COLLOQUIUM 4:30 p.m., 1 Le Conte; S. Harris, Stanford Univ., "Electromagnetically Induced Transparency, " Refreshments, 4 p.m., 375 Le Conte 20 t h u r s d a y EH&S COURSE 8:30 a.m.-noon, Bldg. 71-280; Radiation Protection: Radionuclides (concludes on 1/21) (EHS-430); pre-registration required, X6612 EH&S COURSE 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Bldg. 66-316; First Aid (EHS-116); pre-registration required, X6554 EH&S COURSE 9:30-11:45 a.m., Bldg. 90-2063; Laser Safety (EHS-280); pre-registration required, X6612 SURFACE/CATALYSIS SCIENCE SEMINAR 1:30 p.m., Bldg. 66 Aud.; E. Garfunkel, Rutgers Univ., "Ion Scattering and Scanning Probe Studies of Oxidation Processes and Metals on Oxides" EH&S COURSE 2:30-6:30 p.m., Bldg. 70A-3377; Crane/Hoist Operator Training (Level 1) (EHS-211); pre-registration required, X6612 SURFACE/CATALYSIS SCIENCE SEMINAR 3 p.m., Bldg. 66-316; K. Zamaraev, Boreskov Inst. of Catalysis, Novosibirsk, "New Possibilities for NMR in Mechanistic Studies of Catalysis" LIFE SCIENCES DIVISION SEMINAR 4 p.m., Bldg. 66 Aud.; R. Sager, Dana Farber Cancer Inst., "Maspin, a Novel Serpin with Tumor Suppressor Activity" PHYSICS DIVISION RESEARCH PROGRESS MEETING 4 p.m., Bldg. 50A-5132; C. Harris, LBL, "What's New and Exciting in Chemical Sciences at LBL," Refreshments 3:45 p.m. 21 f r i d a y EH&S COURSE 8:30 a.m.-noon, Bldg. 71-280; Radiation Protection: Radionuclides (continued from 1/20) (EHS-430); pre-registration required, X6612 SURFACE/CATALYSIS SCIENCE SEMINAR 3 p.m., Bldg. 66 Aud.; M. Asscher, Hebrew Univ., Jerusalem, "Diffusion of Ammonia on Re(0001)" CAFETERIA MENU monday MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. HOLIDAY tuesday Cheese omelet Corn chowder Veal or eggplant parmesan Hot links w/chili & cheddar Ginger chicken stir-fry wednesday Biscuit w/sausage gravy Beef vegetable Roast turkey Avocado burger Chilito thursday Blueberry pancakes New England clam chowder Curried Indian pork Marinated chicken breast Mediterranean ham pasta friday Ham scramble Vegetarian vegetable BLackened red snapper Tuna melt Chilito CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS AUTOS/SUPPLIES '69 CHEVROLET Chevelle Malibu, 350 V-8, a/t, a/c, p/s, p/b, exc. cond., 112K mi., $5K/offer. Charley Matuk, X4658, 283-6111 '71 Datsun 510 sta. wgn, mechanic's dream, $50/b.o. 548-9869 '73 VW Super Beetle, gd cond., recent smog, runs great, $1350/b.o., X7853, 526-7388 '76 FORD Ranchero, 88K mi., 351 V-8, a/t, runs great, very dependable, gd cond., $2500. David A. 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Rob or Christine, 526-9249 OAK STAND w/marble top, 3'Hx4'Wx18"D, $80. Elise, X4574 PAINTING-SCULPTURE, 3'x4', solid wood, nature scene on blk lacquer, $4K value, $495; antique table & 6 chairs, hand-carved solid wood, newly reupholstered, orig., $4500, $1K; lg. metal desk, household items, etc. Joseph, 642-2496, 530-3475 REFRIGERATOR, Wards, white, top freezer, used 9 mos., $350; brass king sz. bed w/canopy rails & high grade mattress set, $3500 new, $1K/b.o.; freezer, upright, 20 ft3, white, $50. Charlie Matuk, X4658, 283-6111 REPTILE WARMER, Repticare ceramic heat emitter, 100 watts, for 30-40 gal. terrarium, almost new, $25. Susanna, X7801, 528-4384 RUG, 12'x16', gray w/rose flecks, newish, short nap, $175/b.o. Diane, 232-7612 SOFA, egg shell contemporary, gd cond., $100; chair, egg shell contemporary, sm. easy chair, $25. 614-7697(eve.) SOLA-FLEX, like new, $900/b.o.; waterbed, queen sz., $25. 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