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John Dudley awarded by the international Society of Optics and Photonics (SPIE)

He obtains  the "SPIE Harold E. Edgerton" Award 2019 for pioneering applications based on ultra-short light pulses in optical fibers.

The 24 distinguished award recipients represent achievements across a wide range of light-based sciences as well as the critical advancements made by these technologies.

John Dudley's researches focuses in High-Speed Optics for pioneering applications of ultra-short pulse measurement techniques in nonlinear fiber optics and specifically for studies of ultrafast self-similarity, supercontinuum generation, and novel classes of optical soliton and optical rogue waves.

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