Sloan research fellowships winner 2022 announced

Sloan research fellowships winner 2022 announced

In a recent notification, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation today announces the names of the 118 early-career researchers who have been selected to receive a 2022 Sloan Research Fellowship. Here we will discuss the Sloan research fellowships winner 2022 announced.

Sloan research fellowships winner 2022 announced

What does the Alfred P Sloan Foundation do?

The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation makes grants primarily to support original research and education related to science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and economics. The Foundation believes that these fields—and the scholars and practitioners who work in them—are chief drivers of the nation’s health and prosperity. The Foundation also believes that a reasoned, systematic understanding of the forces of nature and society, when applied inventively and wisely, can lead to a better world for all.

How much is a Sloan Fellowship?

The Sloan Research Fellowships seek to stimulate fundamental research by early-career scientists and scholars of outstanding promise.

These two-year, $75,000 fellowships are awarded yearly to early career researchers in recognition of distinguished performance and a unique potential to make substantial contributions to their field.


Sloan Research Fellowship is one of the most prestigious awards available to young researchers, in part because so many past Fellows have gone on to become towering figures in science. Renowned physicists Richard Feynman and Murray Gell-Mann were Sloan Research Fellows, as was mathematician John Nash, one of the fathers of modern game theory.

The ALFRED P. SLOAN FOUNDATION is a not-for-profit, mission-driven grantmaking institution dedicated to improving the welfare of all through the advancement of scientific knowledge. Founded in 1934 by industrialist Alfred P. Sloan Jr., the Foundation disburses approximately $80 million in grants each year in four broad areas: direct support of research in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and economics; initiatives to increase the quality and diversity of scientific institutions and the science workforce; projects to develop or leverage technology to empower research; and efforts to enhance and deepen public engagement with science and scientists.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Candidates must hold a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in chemistry, computer science, Earth system science, economics, mathematics, neuroscience, physics, or a related field.
  • The Candidates must be members of the faculty of a college, university, or other degree-granting institution in the U.S. or Canada.
  • The Candidates must be tenure-track, though untenured, as of September 15 of the nomination year.
  • Candidate’s faculty position must carry a regular teaching obligation.

The Sloan Research Fellowship Program recognizes and rewards outstanding early-career faculty who have the potential to revolutionize their fields of study.

List of Sloan research fellowships winner 2022


Mahshid Ahmadi, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Michael V. Airola, Stony Brook University

Eszter Boros, Stony Brook University

Pamela V. Chang, Cornell University

Daniel N. Congreve, Stanford University

Grace G. D. Han, Brandeis University

Lilian C. Hsiao, North Carolina State University

Deep M. Jariwala, University of Pennsylvania

Henry S. La Pierre, Georgia Institute of Technology

Mark D. Levin, The University of Chicago

Chong Liu, University of California, Los Angeles

Yuan Ping, University of California, Santa Cruz

Maxwell J. Robb, California Institute of Technology

Ashley E. Ross, University of Cincinnati

Justin B. Sambur, Colorado State University

Sarah A. Slavoff, Yale University

Daniel L. M. Suess, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Pratyush Tiwary, University of Maryland, College Park

Muzhou Wang, Northwestern University

Lu Wei, California Institute of Technology

Zachary K. Wickens, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Jun Yao, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Sen Zhang, University of Virginia

Computer Science

Mark Bun, Boston University

Danqi Chen, Princeton University

David K. Duvenaud, University of Toronto

Fei Fang, Carnegie Mellon University

Manya Ghobadi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Quanquan Gu, University of California, Los Angeles

Josiah Hester, Northwestern University

Phillip Isola, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Alec Jacobson, University of Toronto

Pravesh K. Kothari, Carnegie Mellon University

Bo Li, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Pedro Lopes, The University of Chicago

Nicolas Papernot, University of Toronto

Dorsa Sadigh, Stanford University

Shuran Song, Columbia University

Deian Stefan, University of California, San Diego

Avishay Tal, University of California, Berkeley

Yulia Tsvetkov, University of Washington

Henry Yuen, Columbia University

Matei Zaharia, Stanford University

Earth System Science

Briana Abrahms, University of Washington

Hilary G. Close, University of Miami

Benis N. Egoh, University of California, Irvine

Roger R. Fu, Harvard University

Dalton S. Hardisty, Michigan State University

Seulgi Moon, University of California, Los Angeles

Marissa M. Tremblay, Purdue University

Elizabeth J. Trower, University of Colorado, Boulder


Adrien Auclert, Stanford University

David R. Baqaee, University of California, Los Angeles

Natalie Bau, University of California, Los Angeles

Piotr Dworczak, Northwestern University

Mira Frick, Yale University

Peter Ganong, The University of Chicago

Simon Jäger, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

David Y. Yang, Harvard University


Charlotte Chan, University of Michigan

Yuxin Chen, University of Pennsylvania

Lei Chen, University of Maryland, College Park

Asaf Ferber, University of California, Irvine

Chao Gao, The University of Chicago

Michael Groechenig, University of Toronto, Mississauga

Daniel Halpern-Leistner, Cornell University

Jingyin Huang, Ohio State University

Ilya Kachkovskiy, Michigan State University

Alexander Kupers, University of Toronto Scarborough

Yuchen Liu, Northwestern University

Frederick R. W. M. Manners, University of California, San Diego

Guido F. Montúfar, University of California, Los Angeles

Connor R. Mooney, University of California, Irvine

Jonathan Niles-Weed, New York University

Lisa Sauermann, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Tatyana Shcherbina, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Li-Cheng Tsai, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Ruixiang Zhang, University of California, Berkeley

Andrew Zimmer, University of Wisconsin, Madison

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Aparna Bhaduri, University of California, Los Angeles

Jeremy D. Brown, Johns Hopkins University

Hannah Choi, Georgia Institute of Technology

Chantell S. Evans, Duke University

Antonio Fernandez-Ruiz, Cornell University

Yvette E. Fisher, University of California, Berkeley

Erin E. Hecht, Harvard University

Eun Jung Hwang, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science

Scott W. Linderman, Stanford University

Matthew Lovett-Barron, University of California, San Diego

Lucas Pinto, Northwestern University

Monica D. Rosenberg, The University of Chicago

Richard C. Sando, Vanderbilt University

Arpiar B. Saunders, Oregon Health & Science University

Prerana Shrestha, Stony Brook University

Peggy L. St. Jacques, University of Alberta

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Dapeng Bi, Northeastern University

Antia Botana, Arizona State University

Brendan P. Bowler, The University of Texas, Austin

Jennifer Cano, Stony Brook University

Katerina Chatziioannou, California Institute of Technology

Lawrence W. Cheuk, Princeton University

Netta Engelhardt, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Wen-fai Fong, Northwestern University

Andrey Gromov, Brown University

Grace X. Gu, University of California, Berkeley

J. Colin Hill, Columbia University

Long Ju, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Georgia Karagiorgi, Columbia University

Karen E. Kasza, Columbia University

Shimon Kolkowitz, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Alicia J. Kollár, University of Maryland, College Park

Peter L. McMahon, Cornell University

Julia A. Mundy, Harvard University

David Radice, The Pennsylvania State University

Carl L. Rodriguez, Carnegie Mellon University

Daniel Scolnic, Duke University

Mikhail P. Solon, University of California, Los Angeles

Danielle H. Speller, Johns Hopkins University

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