2011 News Archive
September 14, 2011
Duncan Moore, the Rudolf and Hilda Kingslake Professor of Optical Engineering, has been elected president of the International Commission for Optics (ICO).
August 15, 2011
Bin Ma and Dustin Moore have been named co-winners of the 2010-2011 Robert S. Hilbert Memorial Optical Design Competition operated by O.R.A./Synopsis. The competition recognizes excellence in optical design projects completed by students.
Bin Ma is a Visiting Research Associate with Prof. Jannick Rolland, was recognized for his work on aspheric lens design using CODE V in his paper titled, "Design of Lithographic Lenses with Slope Constrained Q-Polynomials," Synopsys (Mountain View, Calif.) said. Applications of Ma's project include ultra-precise projector lenses used to make ICs, Synopsys said.
Dustin Moore, a Ph.D. student in Prof. James Fienup's group, was recognized for his work on a panoramic imaging system using CODE V in his paper titled, "A High Resolution Four-Pi Steradian Panoramic Video System," Synopsys said. The goal of Moore's design is to improve the quality of systems providing 360-degree, interactive video, according to the firm.
May 17, 2011
To see this year's Awards and Honorary Degrees, click here.
March 5, 2011
Emil Wolf, the Wilson Professor of Optical Physics and professor of physics and astronomy, has won the 2010 International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE) G. G. Stokes Award. The annual prize, which includes a $2,000 honorarium, recognizes exceptional contributions to the field of optical polarization.