Author: Salena Fitzgerald
A headshot photo of Gregory Eyink outdoors in front of a tree on campus.

Gregory Eyink, a professor in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, has been selected by the The American Physical Society (APS) as one of the 153 Outstanding Referees for 2022, demonstrating exceptional work in the assessment of manuscripts published in the Physical Review journals.

Established in 2008, the Outstanding Referee program annually recognizes approximately 150 of the currently active referees for their invaluable work. Comparable to Fellowship in the APS and other organizations, this is a lifetime award.

Each year a small percentage of 82,000 active referees are selected and honored with the Outstanding Referee designation. Selections are made based on the number, quality, and timeliness of referee reports as collected in a database over the last 40 years. A full listing and further details on the program are available here.