Siegman International School on Lasers
The Siegman International School is a week-long program that exposes students to in-depth learning of lasers and their applications from internationally recognized academic and industry leaders in the field. The scope includes all aspects of lasers and photonics. The Siegman International School on Lasers invites up to 100 graduate students for a week-long program to learn from pioneering laser researchers and experts from leading laser companies, highly-regarded professors and fellow students. Attendees are asked to present their own research, which provides invaluable experience in building exposure for their work.
The school was established in honor of Anthony E. Siegman, 1999 OSA President, founding board member of The OSA Foundation and widely known expert on lasers and optics. This program is co-founded by IPG Photonics and endowed by donors from around the world.
The 2018 Siegman International School
will take place 29 July - 4 August and is hosted by the Technical University Denmark. The school will be held on the beautiful Island of Hven, Backafallsbyn, Sweden. Applications for 2018 have closed.
Support the Endowment
We are still actively raising funds to fully fund the Siegman International School Endowment. Please consider making a donation today
and supporting the next generation of optics and photonics innovators.
Endowment Major Supporters
The OSA Foundation would like to give a special thanks to the Endowment’s major supporters. Without their early support, this program would not be possible.
IPG Photonics, Inc.
Platinum Level Supporter ($100K+)
Burt and DeeDee McMurtry
Silver Level Supporter ($25K - $49K)
Charles and Patricia Barker
Gary and Carolyn Bjorklund
Joseph and Hon Mai Goodman
Alexander A. Sawchuk
The Smart Family Foundation
University Science Books
Bronze Level Supporter ($15K - $24K)
Paul L. Kelley
Burton J. McMurty
The Siegman Family
Make a donation to the Siegman International School on Lasers Endowment and invest in the future.
Delhi Technological University
Siegman School Attendee