Max Born Award
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Max Born Award

The Max Born Award is given by the Optical Society (formerly the Optical Society of America) for "outstanding contributions to physical optics", and is named after Max Born.[1][2]

Recipients

Source: The Optical Society

See also

References

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  8. ^ "OSA Names Award Recipients for 1996". Physics Today. AIP Publishing. 49 (3): 119. 1996. doi:10.1063/1.2807554. ISSN 0031-9228.
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