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Stolen given Tyndall Award

Roger Stolen received the 2005 John Tyndall Award, for sustained seminal contributions to the fundamentals of the nonlinear optical properties of fibers, including identification and understanding of stimulated Raman scattering in fibers.


The award, given jointly by the IEEE Lasers and Electro-Optics Society and the Optical Society of America, is named for the 19th century Irish scientist who first demonstrated a phenomenon of internal reflection. The Tyndall Award recognizes an individual who has made pioneering, highly significant, or continuing technical or leadership contributions to fiber optics technology.