Baz Earns Lifetime Achievement Award

Baz Earns Lifetime Achievement Award

Baz Earns Lifetime Achievement Award


Prof. Amr Baz will receive the SPIE Smart Structures and Materials Lifetime Achievement Award for 2011. The award is presented to a distinguished scientist or engineer in the field of smart structures and materials to recognize significant service to SPIE as well as lifetime contributions to the field.

SPIE is the former Society of Photographic Instrumentation Engineers. The award will be presented at the SPIE Smart Structures/NDE 2011 Conference in March.

Clark School Interim Associate Dean for Research Alison Flatau won the award in 2010.

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