||For pioneering leadership in computational plasma science research, education, student mentoring, curriculum innovation, supportive professional community leadership, and helping to define the field of computational plasma physics.
||For contributions to the modeling of collisionless and collisional plasmas over large time scales by implicit methods with applications to laser-plasma interactions and in plasma opening switches for pulsed power.
||For contributions to recent innovation in computational plasma physics for applications to magnetic fusion in full 3D simulation of plasma evolution during transient events in ITER Tokamak device.
||Bruce I. Cohen
||For contributions to the numerical simulation of plasmas, particularly multiple time-scale methods, and to their application to diverse plasma physics problems from laser-plasma interactions to tokamaks.
||For contributions to the science and practice of computational physics, including the development of novel methods and effective computer codes, and their application to fusion plasmas and particle beams.
||John R. Cary
||For contributions to scientific discovery using computational methods across plasma physics, the development of computational algorithms and methods, and leadership of computational teams.
||Mark J. Kushner
||For contributions in computational low temperature plasmas and applications, and leadership of the plasma community.