Berthold Leibinger Innovationspreis

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The Berthold Leibinger Innovationspreis is an award for given to those who have created applied laser technology and innovations on the application or generation of laser light. It is open to participants world wide. It is biennially awarded by the German non-profit foundation Berthold Leibinger Stiftung. Three prizes are awarded worth 60,000 euros. The prize winners are selected from eight finalists that present their work person in a jury session. The jury is composed of international experts from different fields.[1]


Recipients[edit]

2000 | 2002 | 2004 | 2006 | 2008 | 2010 | 2012 | 2014 |

2014[edit]

First Prize: Alexander A. Oraevsky, TomoWave Laboratories, Inc., USA, „Laser optoacoustic Imaging System“
Second Prize: Helmut Erdl and Abdelmalek Hanafi, BMW Group, Germany, „Vehicular Illumination System Using Semiconductor Laser Diodes
Third Prize: Tam Hwa-yaw, Ho Siu Lau und Liu Shun-Yee Michael, Photonics Research Centre & Dept. of Electrical Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, „Laser Sensing Network for Railway Monitoring“

2012[edit]

First Prize: Fan Tso Yee, Antonio Sanchez-Rubio, Bien Chann, Massachusetts Institute of Technology und TeraDiode Inc., USA, „Dense Wavelength Multiplexing of High Power Diode Laser“
Second Prize: project group InnoSlab Laser, Fraunhofer-Institut für Lasertechnik, Edgewave GmbH and AMPHOS GmbH, „InnoSlab Laser“
Third Prize: Andreas Blug, Felix Abt und Leonardo Nicolosi, Fraunhofer-Institut für Physikalische Messtechnik, Universität Stuttgart, Technische Universität Dresden, „Real-Time Control System for Laser Welding“

2010[edit]

First Prize: Thorsten Trupke, Robert Bardos, University of New South Wales und BT Imaging Pty Ltd, „Laser Based Luminescence Imaging of Silicon Bricks, Wafers and Solar Cells“

Second Prize: Karsten König, JenLab, „Clinical Multi-Photon Tomography“[2]

Second Prize: Ralph Delmdahl, Rainer Pätzel, Kai Schmidt, Coherent, Alexander Usoskin, Bruker HTS GmbH, „UV Excimer Laser Technology: Key to Massproduction of Ceramic High Temperature Superconducting Tapes“
Third Prize: Majid Ebrahim-Zadeh, Catalan Institute for Research and Advanced Studies und Radiant Light S.L., „Femtosecond Light Source Spanning from the Ultraviolet to Infrared“

2008[edit]

First Prize: Project Group Serial Production with Ultrafast Lasers, Robert Bosch GmbH, „High-Precision Micromachining in Mass Production“
Second Prize: Richard L. Sandstrom, William Partlo, Cymer Inc., „VUV Laser for Advanced Lithography
Third Prize: Cary Gunn, Luxtera Inc., „Development of CMOS Photonics: Silicon Based Transceivers
Third Prize: Jürgen Czarske, Lars Büttner, Thorsten Pfister, Technische Universität Dresden, „Laser Doppler Distance Sensor and its Applications“

2006[edit]

First Prize: Karin Schütze and Raimund Schütze, P.A.L.M. Microlaser Technologies GmbH, a Company of the Carl Zeiss MicroImaging GmbH, „Laser micro beam and laser catapult for single cell capture“
Second Prize: Ian A. Walmsley, University of Oxford, „Methods for complete measurement of ultrashort pulses
Third Prize: Michael Mei and Ronald Holzwarth, Menlo Systems GmbH, „Optical frequency comb technique“

2004[edit]

First Prize: Ursula Keller, ETH Zurich, „SESAM – Semiconductor Saturable Absorber Mirror for ultrafast lasers
Second Prize: Andreas Tünnermann, Stefan Nolte and Holger Zellmer, Friedrich-Alexander-University, Erlangen-Nuremberg / Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering, „High-power fiber lasers and their applications“
Third Prize: Axel Rolle, Specialized Hospital Coswig, Saxony, „Lung parenchymal laser surgery

2002[edit]

First Prize: Work Group Disk Laser, Universität Stuttgart, „Disk laser
Second Prize: Tibor Juhasz and Ronald Kurtz, IntraLase Inc., „Femtosecond laser scalpel for Corneal surgery“
Third Prize: Stefan Hell, Marcus Dyba and Alexander Egner, Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, „Optical nanoscopy with ultrashort pulse laser and stimulated emission

2000[edit]

First Prize: Josef Schneider, MAN Roland Druckmaschinen AG, „Laser and digitally changed Printing systems“
Second Prize: Martin Grabherr, ULM photonics GmbH, „VCSEL - Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting high-power Laser diode“
Third Prize: Lu Yong Feng, National University of Singapore, „Laser micro processing in industry“

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ INDIGO, New. "Berthold Leibinger Laser Prizes - New INDIGO". Indigo. Retrieved 2014-10-06. 
  2. ^ Neue Lasertechnologie erkennt Hautkrebs, „Informationsdienst Wissenschaft“ online, 21. Juli 2010

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