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Logan Wright, Ph.D. '18 receives Tingye Li Prize
The prize is awarded through the Optical Society
Logan Wright, Ph.D. '18, has been awarded the Tingye Li Innovation Prize, receiving a $3,000 prize, an invitation to the OFC or CLEO Chairs’ Reception, and special recognition during the conference and a certificate.
The Tingye Li Innovation Prize, established in 2013, honors the global impact Dr. Li made to the field of optics and photonics. This prize will be presented to an early career professional who has demonstrated innovative ideas in their accepted presentation during the Optical Fiber Communication (OFC) Conference or the CLEO Conference.
The prize is endowed by Alliance Fiber Optic Products, Inc., AT&T, The Optical Society, IEEE Photonics Society, IEEE Communications Society, Thorlabs, Inc, The Li Family and supporters of the Tingye Li Memorial Fund, and is administered by the OSA Foundation.