Student Paper Competition
Many Optica Topical Meetings recognize the excellent work of student researchers through the awarding of student paper prizes. You must opt in during the paper submission process to be considered for the prize.
Congratulations to the winners.
The Optica Laser Congress recognizes the next generation of scientists through a student presentation competition. To qualify for an award, the paper must have been presented by an undergraduate or graduate student of an educational institution of collegiate grade.
Finalists were selected during the Technical Program Committee (TPC) review process. After the papers are presented at the meeting, Program Committee members will select award recipients based on quality of content, value to the technical community of interest and presentation skills.
Advanced Solid State Lasers Conference
Optica Student Paper Award
Katharina Goth, Fraunhofer IOSB, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Investigation of High-Power Ho3+:YAG Lasers With Homogeneous and Segmented Crystals
Moritz Seidel, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Modelocked Thin-Disk Laser Oscillator Providing More Than 400 W Average Output Power With a Replicating Cavity Design
IPG First Place Student Oral Presentation
Daniel Carlson, JILA - University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
Carbon K-Edge Soft X-Rays Driven by a 3 µm, 1 kHz OPCPA Laser System
IPG First Place Student Poster Award
Arvydas Kausas, Institute for Molecular Science, Japan
Enhancing Optimal Performance of Bonded Composite Material for J-class Laser System
IPG Second Place Student Oral Presentation
David Vojna, Institute of Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (ASCR), Czech Republic
Faraday Isolator for a Kilowatt-class Pulsed Laser