The ICO-IUPAP Young Scientist Prize in Optics
Apply before 15th April. See the details below.
This prize is awarded annually since 2008 by IUPAP through ICO to a scientist who has made noteworthy contributions to applied optics and photonics during a maximum of 8 years of research experience after having earned a PhD degree. Career interruptions will not be counted as time of research experience.
The prize includes:
BEFORE 15th April:
An email with all the documents must be send by the nominator to the chair person of the ICO-IUPAP Young Scientist Prize in Optics: Dr. Gilles Paulliat ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
DOCUMENTS TO BE SENT:
IUPAP Young Scientist Prize in Optics
List of the winners of the IUPAP Young Scientist Prize in Optics in reverse chronological order
Carlos A. Ríos-Ocampo, USA
“For pioneering the integration of phase change mate-rials with photonic integrated circuits for a wide range of applications”.
Chao Zuo, China
“For his work on the Development of Novel Computational Optical Imaging and Measurement Technologies”.
Giulia F. Mancini, Italy
“For contributions to imaging and scattering of nanostructured materials using high- harmonic soft X-ray sources and research on extreme ultraviolet imaging”.
Bhavin Shastri, Canada
“For his pioneering contributions to Neuromorphic Photonics”.
Chao-Yang Lu, China
“For significant contributions to optical quantum sciences”.
Can Bayram, USA
“For the first time, revolutionizing the way graphene has been employed in optics and photonics”.
Giulia Grancini, Switzerland
“For her deep knowledge on photophysical properties and ultrafast light-induced dynamical processes”.
Laura Na Liu, Germany
“For outstanding contributions to nano-optics, nanophotonics, nanoplasmonics, and metamaterials.”
Frank Koppens, Netherlands
“For his remarkable, outstanding, groundbreaking, pioneering and numerous contributions to Nano-Optoelectronics.”
Albert Schliesser, Denmark
“For his outstanding contributions to photonics and optomechanics, in particular by developing a micro-frequency comb and a radio-to-optical mechanical transducer.”
Andrea Alù, USA
“For ground breaking work in metamaterials and plasmonics, and for the introduction of the concept of scattering-cancellation-based metamaterial cloaking.”
Nirit Dudovich, Israel
“For developing a completely new approach to attosecond pulse metrology.”
Goëry Genty, Finland
“For his outstanding contributions in pulse propagation and ultra-fast dynamics in nonlinear optical fibers, particularly his groundbreaking results on supercontinuum generation and nonlinear instabilities.”
Shuang Zhang, United Kingdom
“For his outstanding contributions in metamaterials and plasmonics, particularly for the first demonstration of the double-fishnet structure and for excellent achievements in realization of the first three-dimensional optical negative-index metamaterials.”
Eleftherios Goulielmakis, Germany
“For his outstanding contributions in attosecond physics, particularly for the generation of attosecond pulses and their application for the direct measurement of light waves.”