OSA Enabled by Optics

Enabled by Optics Contest

Student Prize Information for
the 2014 Enabled by Optics Contest


NOTE: Submissions are closed.  This page was posted earlier this year when the 2014 contest opened. 


What Will I Win?
Fame and Fortune!

Fame
  1. Your video will be featured at an awards ceremony at OSA’s Annual Meeting, Frontiers in Optics.
  2. Extensive promotion of your winning video using OSA communication channels:
    1. OSA.org (homepage, media library, industry resources, YouTube, etc.)
    2. OSA e-newsletters (Industry Newsmakers, individual member newsletter, corporate newsletter, Optics Legislative Network, etc.)
    3. Press Releases to consumer press and optics & photonics trade press plus a multi-media press release featuring your video
    4. Emails to OSA customers
  3. Video presentation shown at appropriate OSA events – this could include Educator’s Day, Capitol Hill Programs, OSA Booth at Industry Shows, etc.
  4. Circulation to K-12 educators as a resource to excite the next generation of scientists and engineers.
  5. Exposure to policy makers to educate them about the impact optics has on society, business, the economy, jobs, etc.
All submissions will be posted to a public online library available as a resource to the optics community, educators, policy makers, and consumers to increase awareness of optics as an enabling technology by featuring its lesser known role in products which are well known to the general public.

Fortune
The submitters of the selected student video will win $500.


Watch an overview of contest winner JDSU and the many applications of 3D sensing technology.

 

Click here to view the video in a larger format.

Colors
by Gustavo Almeida and Colleagues from Universidade de Sao Paolo

 

Watch their video here.


What Happens When We Watch a Movie or Play a Game?
by Ethan Bratton, Arkansas Tech University

 

Watch his video here.


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