ORNL’s Sabau and Wagner honored

Adrian_Sabau200Oak Ridge National Laboratory researchers Adrian Sabau, pictured left, and Robert Wagner have been appointed fellows of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The honor recognizes their long-term engineering achievements.Robert_Wagner200

According to information released by ORNL, Sabau was honored for his “significant accomplishments in advancing materials processing and materials development for energy applications based on integrated computational materials science and engineering.”

Sabu is a senior research staff member in the lab’s Materials Science and Technology Division.

Wagner was cited for his  “innovative research in advanced combustion concepts, unstable combustion phenomena and the scaling and harmonization of high-efficiency combustion concepts to application.”

The distinguished research staff member is director of ORNL’s Fuels, Engines and Emissions Research Center.

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