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SPIE Professional April 2009

SPIE Elections

The SPIE 2009 elections for officers and board directors will be held from 1 June to 22 July. Eligible members will receive an e-mail message with instructions on the electronic voting process.

On the ballot for the 2010 term are officer candidates who serve one year.

President-Elect

Katarina Svanberg, Lund University Hospital (Sweden)

 

Vice-President

Eustace Dereniak, College of Optical Sciences, University of Arizona (USA)

 

Vice-President

Christopher Progler, Photronics, Inc. (USA)

 

Secretary/Treasurer

Brian Lula, PI (Physik Instrumente) LP (USA)

 

 On the ballot for the 2010-2012 term are eight director candidates for four seats:

  • John C. Carrano, Carrano Consulting (USA)
  • Katarzyna Chalasinska-Macukow, University of Warszawski (Poland)
  • Min Gu, Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)
  • Robert A. Lieberman, Intelligent Optical Systems Inc. (USA)
  • Seung-Han Park, Yonsei University (South Korea)
  • Holger Schlüter, Technolas Perfect Vision GmbH (Germany)
  • Ralph P. Tatam, Cranfield University (UK)
  • Bruce J. Tromberg, University of California Irvine (USA)

The SPIE nominating committee is accepting recommendations for the 2010 election. To make a recommendation, or for more information, e-mail governance@spie.org. Please include a paragraph stating why the person is qualified to serve.

A candidate for SPIE officer or director must be a member in good standing of SPIE; normally have significant leadership experience with the Society (i.e., committee membership, chairing of conferences or committees, involvement in SPIE student activities, or a combination of these activities); or internationally recognized background in a technology area of significant interest to SPIE.

Directors, who serve a three-year term, are expected to attend and participate in three SPIE board meetings each year.


More information about leadership and governance of the Society: spie.org/leadership.

DOI: 10.1117/2.4200904.11

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