Memorial Student Travel Grant
This program was established in 2008, in memory of Jean M. Bennett, a highly decorated research physicist who was recognized for her contributions to the studies of optical surfaces and served as OSA’s first female president.
One grant of $1,000 USD will be awarded to a student presenting their work at Frontiers in Optics in recognition of their research excellence.
This competition is made possible through the generous support of Nanoptek Corporation, the Pennsylvania State University Department of Physics and individual contributors, including: James C. Wyant, Alexander A. Sawchuk, G. Michael and Ruth Morris, Aden B. Meinel, Julio R. Blanco, Yoshiharu Namba, Leo Hollberg, Siu Au Lee and Dr. Kathleen Richardson.
Criteria for Eligibility
- Applicant must be the presenter of a paper or poster accepted at FiO
- Applicant must be an undergraduate or graduate student of an educational institution of collegiate grade who is devoting more than half-time to studies within the institution at the time the paper was written.
Please combine the following materials into one document
as a .pdf file. Name your file "FirstName.LastName".
- OSAF Travel Grant Application completely filled out
- Copy of the paper and abstract submitted to the meeting
- Your CV/Resume
- A high-quality .jpg headshot for promotions. File size should be 500 KB or larger. Should be sent seperate from other materials
Roxana Rezvani Naraghi
University of Central Florida, US
Zi Jing Wong
University of Callifornia, Berkeley, US
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US
Budapest University of Technology, Hungary
University of Glasgow, UK
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
University of Texas at Austin, US
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