The SPIE Early Career Achievement Award is given for the first time in 2008, to an early career professional in recognition of significant and innovative technical contributions to any of the engineering or scientific fields of interests to SPIE.
SPIE Educator Award
Barry L. Shoop, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, NY, USA is the 2013 Educator Award winner in recognition of his development of comprehensive criteria for optical engineering in the undergraduate college curriculum and overseeing the implementation of ABET requirements used for accreditation of undergraduate (BS) degrees in optical engineering.
The SPIE Educator Award is presented annually in recognition of outstanding contributions to optics education by an SPIE instructor or an educator in the field.
SPIE Technology Achievement Award
Alan C. Bovik, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, USA, is the 2013 recipient of the Technology Achievement award in recognition of his broad and lasting contributions to the field of perception based image processing.
The SPIE Technology Achievement award is awarded annually to recognize outstanding technical accomplishment in optics, electro-optics, photonic engineering, or imaging. The recipient(s) shall have contributed significantly to the advancement of one or more of these areas with specific demonstration(s) or application(s).
SPIE presents several yearly awards that recognize outstanding individual and team technical accomplishments and meritorious service to the Society. SPIE urges you to nominate a colleague for his or her outstanding achievements. Nominations may be made through October 1 of any given year and are considered active for three years from the submission date. Visit SPIE.org/x1164.xml for instructions and nomination forms.
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