ECE News Story
John Nees Receives Outstanding Research Scientist Award
John Nees has been selected to receive a College of Engineering Outstanding Research Scientist Award for 2005-06. He has contributed significantly to the work in the Center for Ultrafast Optical Sciences (CUOS) in the area of high-speed optoelectronics, and recently to new research avenues using the novel lambda-cubed laser. He has helped develop CUOS into an interdisciplinary center, opening up new fields in materials science and biomedical engineering, as well as more traditional areas of optics and plasma physics. John will receive his award at the College of Engineering Faculty Honors and Awards Dinner Dance on March 25, 2006.