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Date:5/24/2013

l be awarded the Gold Medal of the Society during an annual awards banquet during the week
  •     Mars Rover Curiosity mission highlights, including details on the French- and U.S.-built ChemCam laser remote sensing device, by Roger Wiens of Los Alamos National Lab
  •     Optical transport, sorting and self-arrangement using a “tractor beam,” by a team lead by Oto Brzobohatý and Pavel Zemánek of the Institute of Scientific Instruments of the ASCR and Tomáš Cižmár of the University of St. Andrews
  •     Recent views on the nature of light, and how they can be extended seamlessly to a unified view of the observable universe, by Carver Mead (California Institute of Technology)
  •     New highly efficient, rare-metal-free materials for OLEDs in smartphone and other displays, by Hideyuki Murata and Atula Sandanayaka, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
  •     The optical imaging science behind systems for the Red Bull Stratos Project, which enabled Felix Baumgartner ‘s record-breaking skydive from 127,852 feet; by Joseph Houston of Houston Research Associates, and Red Bull Stratos team members Dennis Fisher of Genesis Applied Imaging and Jay Nemeth of Flight Line Films.
  • This year’s new conferences cover:

    •     Nanoimaging and Nanospectroscopy
    •     LED-based Illumination Systems
    •     Ultrafast Imaging and Spectroscopy
    •     X-Ray Nanoimaging: Instruments and Methods.

    A special “Tribute to H. John Caulfield” conference and its resulting proceedings will celebrate Caulfield’s pioneering contributions to the fields of holography and information optics. His numerous inventions include local reference beam holography, coherence ga
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