The Neutron Sciences Directorate has awarded its 2010 Clifford G. Shull Fellowship to Yang Zhang. Yang comes to ORNL from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he just finished his PhD. in Nuclear Science and Technology in August 2010. Before that he received his BS in Electronic Information Science and Technology at the University of Science and Technology of China in 2004. Yang's current research focuses on the unusual phase behavior of supercooled water in confined geometry, such as nanoporous materials and the vicinities of various biomolecular surfaces. At ORNL, he will expand his interests to investigate the physics of liquids, glasses, and soft condensed matters. A large portion of his work will involve using a combination of neutron scattering experiments at SNS/HFIR and high-performance computer simulations at the ORNL National Center for Computational Sciences.