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Date:5/24/2013

ics reception with a presentation by Kathy Perkins, director of PhET Interactive Simulations at University of Colorado Boulder, on “Finding the Right Fit: From Atmospheric Scientist to Educating the Next Generation of Scientists Worldwide”; a Student Lunch with the Experts; and the SPIE Fellows luncheon, honoring several new Fellows named in 2013 and featuring a presentation by Harry Atwater (California Institute of Technology) on “The Exciting Past, Tumultuous Present, and Abundant Future of Solar Energy.”

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