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Levinson, Dudley Win SPIE Directors’ and President’s Awards
Date:9/2/2014

bsp;SPIE Technology Achievement Award, to Rajendra Singh (Clemson University)
  •     SPIE Educator Award, to Cristina Solano (Centro de Investigaciones en Óptica)
  •     SPIE Early Career Achievement Award, to Jeremy Nathan Munday (University of Maryland)
  •     Joseph W. Goodman Book Writing Award to Wenshan Cai (Georgia Institute of Technology) and Vladimir Shalaev (Purdue University); awarded by SPIE and OSA.
  • Read more about the award winners in the SPIE press releases:

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