Bruno Romeira distinguished as Senior Member of Optica 2022 Class

July 12, 2022

Optica, Advancing Optics and Photonics Worldwide, announced this week the Senior Member class of 2022. A total of 170 Optica members have received the distinction of Senior Member, which recognizes their experience and professional accomplishment within the field of optics and photonics.

Bruno Romeira, Staff Researcher at the Ultrafast Bio- and Nanophotonics group and coordinator of the H2020-FET-OPEN project “ChipAI” was distinguished as a Senior Member of the 2022 class of Optica. His research cuts across several disciplines in applied physics and engineering, which include semiconductor physics, low-dimensional nanostructures and nanophotonic and neuromorphic devices.

“On behalf of the Board of Directors, I extend my congratulations to the new class of Optica Senior Members. These individuals have distinguished themselves through their exemplary professional accomplishments and service to Optica and the optics and photonics community,” said Optica President, Satoshi Kawata.

The 2022 class joins a distinguished group of scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs and innovators who have demonstrated exemplary professional accomplishments in optics and photonics. To qualify for Optica Senior Membership, individuals must have at least 10 years of significant professional experience in the field, five years of active Optica membership and two endorsement statements from current Optica members.

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