||Xi (Vivian) Chen
||For outstanding contributions to high-speed and high-capacity fiber-optic communications.
||For contributions in the fields of nanophotonics and optical materials, especially for metasurfaces, optics with phase-transition materials, and thermal-emission engineering.
||For pioneering novel photo-acoustic imaging that allows probing living tissue functions at unprecedented accuracy, sensitivity, and speed.
||Yu Shrike Zhang
||For pioneering contributions in applying biophotonics to characterization of engineered tissue constructs.
||For significant contributions to nanowire optoelectronics and terhertz spectroscopy.
||For contribution to the development of single photon emitters in wide bandgap materials.
||Jeremy N. Munday
||For pioneering contributions to plasmonic and photonic light-trapping in solar cells.
||For contributions to photonics beyond the diffraction limit with nanoantenna-based devices and sensors.
||For seminal contributions to the development of metal-dielectric waveguides for integrated optics and novel approaches for realization of nanoplasmonic devices.
||For contributions in CMOS integrable, highly scaled, Silicon Nano-Photonics, and pioneering Silicon Photonics for mid-infrared applications and non-linear-optics.
||For contributions on nanoplasmonics and integrated nanofluidics for biological sensing and spectroscopy.
||Sander Lars Jansen
||For pioneering contributions in optical OFDM for fiber-optic transmission systems.
||For his pioneering contributions to non-destructive non-linear material characterization techniques, near-field and on-chip imaging and diagnostic systems.
||For pioneer contributions on innovative ultra-fast optical pulse processing techniques, particularly temporal self-imaging (Talbot) effects, using all-fiber grating technologies.
||For pioneering contributions to ultrafast molecular photonics and photonic reagent control of quantum systems on an unprecedented time-scale.