Joseph Fraunhofer Award / Robert M. Burley Prize


Joseph Fraunhofer Award / Robert M. Burley Prize

Joseph Fraunhofer Award/Robert M. Burley Prize for opticsThe Joseph Fraunhofer Award/Robert M. Burley Prize recognizes significant research accomplishments in the field of optical engineering. The Fraunhofer Award was established in 1982. The accompanying prize was established in 1992, and honors the memory of Robert M. Burley, who exemplified many of the highest attributes of the optical engineer and was the first recipient of the Fraunhofer Award.

The prize is endowed by the Baird Corporation and individuals including Prof. Shin-Tson Wu. Please consider making a donation to support this special honor. Your gift will be matched by OSA with a contribution to the OSAF General Fund.

Winners

YearName
2014 Juan Carlos Minano
2013 Wade Thomas Cathey
2012 Hiroo Kinoshita
2011 James Howard Burge
2010 Shin-Tson Wu
2009 Roland Winston
2008 Ursula Keller
2007 Roger P. Angel
2006 Susumu Noda
2005 G. Michael Morris
2004 C. Randy Giles
2003 Yoshiki Ichioka
2002 Daniel Malacara Hernandez
2001 Warren J. Smith
2000 Philip St. J. Russell
1999 David F. Welch
1998 James R. Leger
1997 William T. Plummer
1996 Jerry Earl Nelson
1995 Joseph H. Apfel
1994 Garry V. Papayan
Isaak Ya. Barsky
1993 Erwin G. Loewen
1992 James C. Wyant
1991 James G. Baker
1990 Thomas I. Harris
1989 Parameswaran Hariharan
1988 James M. Burch
1987 J. A. Dobrowolski
1986 David S. Grey
1985 Peter K. Runge
1984 Donald R. Herriott
1983 Robert E. Hopkins
1982 Robert M. Burley