INRS professor José Azaña of the Énergie Matériaux Télécommunication Research Centre has been elected Fellow by the Optical Society (OSA) in recognition of his remarkable contributions to the advancement of ultrafast photonics, particularly in the areas of integrated waveguide technologies and compact fibre optics devices. He is the only Quebec academic and one of three Canadian researchers in this year’s group of 77 OSA Fellows.
His election attests to his leadership in the field of optics and photonics, his record of outstanding publications, and the significance of his scientific and technological work. Professor Azaña
holds the Canada Research Chair in Ultrafast Photonic Signal Processing
and is known for his ground-breaking research aimed at applications in high-bandwidth communications, high-speed information processing, and computing.
About the Optical Society
The Optical Society (OSA) was founded in 1916 and is the world’s leading scientific and professional association in the field of optics and photonics. Its more than 19,000 members from some hundred different countries include researchers, academics, engineers, students, and business leaders, all dedicated to advancing the science and technology of light. ♦