David Richardson Medal
The David Richardson Medal is awarded by the Optical Society of America to recognize significant contributions to optical engineering, primarily in the commercial and industrial sector. The award was first made in 1966, to its namesake David J. Richardson. He received it for distinctive contributions to the ruling and replicating of gratings, used to determine the transfer functions of lenses. There is a prize associated with the medal.
- "David Richardson Medal". OSA.org. The Optical Society. 2013. Retrieved December 18, 2013.
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