Frank W. Wise
Cornell University, U.S.A.
For pioneering contribution to
ultrafast nonlinear waves, the first
observation of solitons that are
trapped in both time and space,
and self-similar pulses in lasers.
University of Ottawa, Canada
For major contributions to
the optical generation and
processing of microwave and
U WB signals.
America Inc., U.S.A.
For contributions to super-
broadband optical wireless
integration and high-speed
optical transmission systems.
Nankai University, China
For contributions to applications of
optical vortex beams for trapping,
manipulation, sensing and imaging,
including radially polarized beams for
sensing and microscopic imaging.
Ulrike K. Woggon
Technische Universität Berlin,
For seminal contributions to ultra-
fast spectroscopy and nano-optics
of nanocrystals and quantum dots,
and the demonstration of quantum
optical principles with semiconduc-
Texas A&M University, U.S.A.
For development of seminal
methods for computing the
single-scattering properties of
nonspherical ice crystals and
aerosols, essential to understanding atmospheric optics.
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