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Best Student Paper Awards

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Best Student Paper Awards 2019

As a committed supporter of excellence in student research, SPIE supports Best Student Paper Awards at SPIE conferences across the globe. In addition to cash prizes and award certificates, winners receive SPIE Digital Library downloads and complimentary SPIE Student Membership.

The awards are designed to encourage and acknowledge excellence in oral and poster student paper presentations. Best student papers will be recognized within each of the Optics + Optoelectronics conferences.

In order to be considered for this award, the student must meet the following requirements:

    • Student must be the presenting author at the conference and must make their oral presentation as scheduled
    • Student must be the leading author of the manuscript
    • Papers submitted by graduate and undergraduate students are eligible
    • Student must enter the best student paper award by responding to an award announcement email

      - The best student award announcement will follow the acceptance notification and will include all details necessary to enter and qualify for the competition.

A panel of experts will evaluate the papers, both for quality and content.



Here's a look back at what was awarded in 2017.

 2017 BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARD RECIPIENTS

• CONF. 10227,
METAMATERIALS
10227-2 
Tunable spin-directional coupling for surface localized waves with anisotropic metasurface.
Oleh Y. Yermakov, ITMO University (Russian Federation) 

• CONF. 10228,
NONLINEAR OPTICS AND APPLICATIONS
10228-19 
All-optically tunable EIT-like dielectric metasurfaces hybridized with thin-phase change material layers.
Emilija Petronijevic, Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza" (Italy)

• CONF. 10231, 
OPTICAL SENSORS
10231-27 
Discrimination of trace nitroaromatics using linear discriminant analysis on aerosol jet printed fluorescent sensor arrays.
Nico Bolse, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (Germany)

• CONF. 10232, 
MICRO-STRUCTURED AND SPECIALITY OPTICAL FIBRES
10232-11
Realisation of optically resilient fiber tip 3D microoptics.
Linas Jonušauskas, Vilnius University (Lithuania) and Femtika Ltd. (Lithuania)

• CONF. 10233,
HOLOGRAPHY: ADVANCES AND MODERN TRENDS
10233-5
Double-blind digital inline holography from multiple near-field intensities.
Lars Lötgering, Hochschule Koblenz University of Applied Sciences (Germany)

• CONF. 10235, 
EUV AND X-RAY OPTICS: SYNGERY BETWEEN LABORATORY AND SPACE
10235-15
Study of Pd/Y based multilayers using high energy photoemission spectroscopy combined with x-ray standing waves.
Meiyi Wu, Université Pierre et Marie Curie (France) and Ctr. National de la Recherche Scientifique (France)

• CONF. 10240, 
LASER ACCELERATION OF ELECTRONS, PROTONS, AND IONS
10240-17
Optimization of the electron beam properties from intense laser pulses interacting with structured gas jets.
Kelly Swanson, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (United States)

• CONF. 10241, 
RESEARCH USING EXTREMEL LIGHT: ENTERING NEW FRONTIERS WITH PETAWATT-CLASS LASERS
10241-12
Design and development of the HELL User Station for multidisciplinary experiments.
Gabriele Maria Grittani, ELI Beamlines, Institute of Physics, CAS v.v.i. (Czech Republic) 

• CONF. 10242, 
INTEGRATED OPTICS: PHYSICS AND SIMULATIONS
10242-27
Polarization insensitive Ge-rich silicon germanium waveguides for optical interconnects on silicon.
Vladyslav Vakarin, Université Paris-Sud, Ctr. de Nanosciences et de Nanotechnologies (France)