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Prof. Dr. Stefan Nolte received a special honor from the SPIE Society.
This year, the physicist from Jena was elected to the SPIE Senior Member status along with 105 other members. With this, the SPIE honors members for their professional experience, their active engagement in optics and photonics as well as for their significant technical and scientific achievements. Stefan Nolte was honored for his fundamental contributions to the interaction of ultrashort laser pulses with matter for the precise micromachining of metals and transparent materials.
SPIE, the International Society for Optics and Photonics with about 257,000 members in 173 countries, was founded in 1955 to promote light-based technologies through interdisciplinary information exchange.
Also, Dr. César Jauregui-Misas had the privilege of receiving a Heisenberg fellowship. The program is aimed towards scientists who meet all the prerequisites for appointment to a long-term professorship and are distinguished by outstanding scientific achievements. It is intended to enable scientists to prepare for a scientific leadership position and to work on further research topics during this time.
The colleagues are congratulating!

News from: 16.09.2019 09:12
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