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Grad Student Reza Salem Wins IEEE LEOS Best Poster Award

Grad Student Reza Salem Wins IEEE LEOS Best Poster Award


ECE graduate student Reza Salem has won the best poster award in the Baltimore/Washington area IEEE Laser and Electro-Optics Society (LEOS) graduate student poster competition held March 23. His poster was titled, "Polarization Insensitive Optical Clock Recovery at 80 Gb/s Using a Silicon Photodiode." The award carries a $300 prize (to be shared with one other first-place winner) and a merit certificate. Winners were chosen by an independent panel of judges from government, industry and academia. This work is described in detail in Reza's paper, "Polarization-Insensitive Optical Clock Recovery at 80 Gb/s using a Silicon Photodiode," which was recently submitted to Photonics Technology Letters. Reza is advised by Assistant Professor Thomas E. Murphy.

March 19, 2005


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