Physics professors Joseph Berry, Michael McGehee, Michael Toney, and Jun Ye have been named by Clarivate as highly cited researchers in 2023. Researchers earning the designation have “demonstrated significant and broad influence in their field(s) of research” according to the Clarivate announcement. Recipients rank in the top 1% by citations in their field.
Associate Professor Joe Berry is also a Fellow of RASEI and a Senior Research Fellow at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colorado. Professor Berry investigates perovskite solar cell technology, transport at semiconductor interfaces, and next generation photoconversion technologies.
Professor Michael McGehee has a primary appointment in Chemical and Biological Engineering and a courtesy appointment in Physics. He is a Fellow of RASEI and the Materials Science and Engineering Program. McGehee studies perovskite solar cells and dynamic windows with adjustable tinting.
Professor Michael Toney has a primary appointment in Chemical and Biological Engineering and a courtesy appointment in Physics. His research focuses on the underlying physics and chemistry of sustainable energy materials.
Professor Adjoint Jun Ye is a Fellow of JILA and NIST. His research explores the frontier of light-matter interactions through ultracold strontium, precision measurement and ultrafast science, and ultracold molecules.
A total of 13 faculty and researchers affiliated with the University of Colorado Boulder were recognized with the designation this year.