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The SPIE Awards are presented annually at a gala event in August during SPIE Optics + Photonics in San Diego. This year marked another wonderful evening of honoring colleagues and relaxing with friends. Click the link below to access the gallery, share images with friends, or download your favorites.
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Laura Coyle, Ball AerospaceDiscusses how systems engineering, integrated modeling, and technology development will help achieve ultra-stable optical systems. Coyle discusses her work with the HWO, the ULTRA-TM program, and other projects in August.
Julie Crooke, NASA (United States) Flagships are a significant portion of NASA’s brand. NASA’s flagships provide the ‘powerhouse’ science that other missions are not able to attempt due to their size and resources. Crooke discusses her work and HWO.
Magdelena Bazalova-Carter, Univ. of Victoria (Canada) FLASH radiotherapy is currently one of the most exciting modalities and even though we don’t fully understand its mechanisms, it could revolutionize cancer radiotherapy. Bazalova-Carter discusses FLASH Radiotherapy as a new cancer treatment modality and its challenges for physics, engineering, and biology.
John MacKenty, Space Telescope Science Institute (United States) MacKenty, a mission scientist for the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) and senior scientist at Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI), discusses his work on the HST and other astronomy missions. John is the recipient of the 2023 SPIE George W. Goddard Award in Space and Airborne Optics.