# Awards and Recognition

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• ### Three Argonne projects receive DOE funding for breakthroughs in quantum information science

Tomorrow’s quantum sensors, computers and networks will share, process and secure exponentially more information — starting with the scientific data that will make this wave of the future possible.
• ### DOE awards $1.2M to Argonne and Northwestern to maximize scientific data sent over 5G network 5G supports computing from edge devices, such as cameras and weather sensors, to the radio towers between the edge and the cloud. This new funding will help researchers extract data from every point along this digital continuum. • ### July 2021 PSE Employees of the Month Whitney Armstrong, Robin Harris, Sylvester Joosten, Russell Knaack and John Rohrer are recognized as PSE Employees of the Month • ### Argonne’s Macal named Fellow of the Society for Computer Simulation International Charles M. Chick” Macal, a modeling and simulation expert at Argonne, garnered the distinguished title of Fellow of the Society for Computer Simulation International for his 20 years in the field and his recent studies on COVID-19 spread. • ### Department of Energy awards$4.15 million to Argonne to support collaborations with industry

Argonne will partner with companies from across the U.S. on eight efforts.
• ### Postdoctoral appointee wins Young Author Award

Sungho Shin, a postdoctoral appointee in the Mathematics and Computer Science Division at Argonne National Laboratory, has won the Young Author Award at the 11th International Symposium on Advanced Control of System Process (ADCHEM 2021).
• ### June 2021 PSE Employees of the Month

Jason Anderson, Mark Hetherington and Kelsey Reynolds are recognized as PSE Employees of the Month
• ### Editors of MIT Technology Review name Argonne’s Jie Xu as a 2021 Innovator Under 35

Early career scientist at Argonne recognized for her research on printable skin-like electronics
• ### Argonne announces 2022 Maria Goeppert Mayer Fellows, honoring the legacy of the physics Nobel Laureate

Three early-career scientists received Argonne’s 2022 Maria Goeppert Mayer Fellowship for their outstanding potential. Today we reflect on her life and legacy and how it has paved the way for the next generation of scientists.
• ### Project launched to create prototype that converts carbon dioxide to ethanol

Northern Illinois University, Argonne National Laboratory, the University of North Texas and Ångström Advanced Inc. are being funded by DOE to develop a promising new technology for combatting climate change.