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GCATT News

News of Note

Summer 2003: Dr. Rick Trebino, Director of the Georgia Center for Ultrafast Optics (a GCATT center) has won one of this year’s R&D 100 awards for his invention “GRENOUILLE." GRENOUILLE measures ultrashort laser pulses completely in time, the spatial profile and the two main pulse spatio-temporal distortions (notoriously difficult to quantify), and it is the first ultrashort-pulse diagnostic that requires no alignment. LEARN MORE >>>

Fall 2002: Dr. Rick Trebino, Director of the Georgia Center for Ultrafast Optics (a GCATT center) published his first book titled "Frequency-Resolved Optical Gating: The Measurement of Ultrashort Laser Pulses." If you read only one ultrashort-pulse-measurement book this year, make it this one. BUY IT >>>

October 4, 2002: Tom Barnwell has been appointed the Arbutus Chair Professor, and GRA Eminent Scholar. Tthe Arbutus Resource Endowment will be dedicated to support the Arbutus Center for Distributed Engineering Education. Tom will be the initial Director of the Center as part of his new role.

June 17th, 2002: EU-US Telecom Regulatory Policy: Does a Global Model Exist? GCATT and the Georgia Tech European Union Center present a policy breifing on "Legislation and Regulation in the Transatlantic Framework and Policy Responsibility in a Global Context." LEARN MORE >>>

May 15, 2002: Future Communications Technologies: Perspectives from the UK and Georgia - GCATT and Invest UK welcome the British Prime Minister Tony Blair's e-Envoy and British Telecomm's Disruptive Lab at MIT for a Special Event on the Future of Communications Technologies. LEARN MORE >>>

 

 
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