Professor Martin Booth elected Fellow of the Optical Society

Congratulations to Professor Martin Booth, Professor of Engineering Science in the Department, who has been elected a Fellow by the Board of Directors of The Optical Society (OSA) during their recent meeting in Washington, DC, USA.

Professor Martin BoothHe has been recognised ‘for innovative and pioneering research on dynamic optical methods and new approaches to adaptive optics and wave-front sensing, including applications in biomedical microscopy and laser material processing’.  

As an OSA Fellow, he joins a distinguished group of members who have served the Society and the optics and photonics community with distinction.

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Published on 22 September 2017