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  2. Donna Strickland - Wikipedia

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    Donna Theo Strickland CC FRS FRSC HonFInstP (born 27 May 1959) is a Canadian optical physicist and pioneer in the field of pulsed lasers. She was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2018, together with Gérard Mourou, for the practical implementation of chirped pulse amplification.

  3. Donna Strickland | Biography & Facts | Britannica

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    Donna Strickland, in full Donna Theo Strickland, (born May 27, 1959, Guelph, Ontario, Canada), Canadian physicist who was awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize for Physics for her invention of chirped pulse amplification (CPA), a method of making pulses of laser light of high power and short duration.

  4. Donna Strickland – Facts – 2018 - NobelPrize.org

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    Donna Strickland was born in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. She became interested in laser and electrooptics early and studied at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. She pursued her doctoral studies in the U.S. at the University of Rochester, where she did her Nobel Prize awarded work. She obtained her PhD in 1989.

  5. The Nobel Prize | Women who changed science | Donna Strickland

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    Donna Strickland thinks lasers are cool. With enthusiasm for the field and “very, very hard” work, she found a way to create high-intensity laser pulses. This technique, chirped pulse amplification or CPA, was described in Strickland’s very first scientific paper, and it led to her 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics.

  6. Donna Strickland | Physics and Astronomy | University of Waterloo

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    Donna Strickland is a professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Waterloo and is one of the recipients of the Nobel Prize in Physics 2018 for developing chirped pulse amplification with Gérard Mourou, her PhD supervisor at the time. They published this Nobel-winning research in 1985 when Strickland was a PhD student at the University of Rochester in New York state.

  7. Donna Strickland - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Donna Theo Strickland (Guelph, Canadá, 27 de mayo de 1959) es una ingeniera física, pionera en la investigación en el campo de los láser.Es profesora asociada del departamento de física y astronomía de la Universidad de Waterloo. [1] El 2 de octubre de 2018, Strickland fue galardonada con el Premio Nobel de Física, junto con Gérard Mourou y Arthur Ashkin, por su trabajo sobre ...

  8. by Prof. Donna Strickland. Friday 10 Feb 2023, 14:00 → 15:00 Europe/Berlin. XHQ E1.173 (European XFEL) XHQ E1.173 European XFEL. Registration. Donna Strickland: Nobel Lecture in Physics at European XFEL Register. Powered by Indico v3.2. Help ...

  9. Donna Strickland - Wikipedia, entziklopedia askea.

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    Donna Theo Strickland (Guelph, Kanada, 1959ko maiatzaren 27a) irakasle eta fisikari kanadiarra da, laser arloan aitzindaria. [1] 2018. urtean Fisikako Nobel saria irabazi zuen, Arthur Ashkin eta Gérard Mourouekin batera. [2] Gerard Mourou tesi zuzendaria izan zuen, eta harekin batera tesia egiterakoan garatutako teknikarengatik jaso zuten biek ...

  10. Nobel laureate Donna Strickland: ‘I see myself as a scientist,...

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    Strickland’s focus has always been the science. She was born in Guelph, Ontario, a university town about an hour’s drive from Toronto. Her father was an electrical engineer and her mother was an...

  11. Why didn’t Wikipedia have an article on Donna Strickland, winner...

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    Donna Strickland speaking in 2013 at the Optical Society's Leadership meeting, during her tenure as president of the organization. Donna Strickland is an optical physicist at the University of Waterloo. She is also the winner of a Nobel Prize in Physics (as of two days ago), a former president and fellow of the Optical Society, and early in her career was the recipient of a Sloan Research Fellowship.