Dr. Randy A Bartels


Honors and Awards

  • 2011 - Elected Fellow, Optical Society of America
  • 2011 - George T Abell Outstanding Mid-Carreer Faculty Award, CSU
  • 2011 - W M Keck Foundation Award, Medical Research Program
  • 2010 - Senior Member of IEEE, IEEE
  • 2010 - National Academies of Science Keck Futures Initiative, Imaging Sciences; Invitee, National Academies of Science Keck Futures Initiative, Imaging Sciences
  • 2008 - Howard Hughes Medical Institute Early Career Scientist, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
  • 2008 - Kavli Fellow of the National Academies of Science , National Academies of Science
  • 2008 - Invited Participant, National Academies of Science
  • 2007 - Invited Participant, National Academies of Engineering
  • 2007 - Young Investigator Award, IEEE-LEOS
  • 2007 - Electee, Fellow of the World Innovation
  • 2006 - Presidential Early Career Award for Science and Engineering (PECASE), Department of Defense
  • 2006 - Monfort Professor Award, CSU
  • 2005 - Sloan Research Fellow, Physics
  • 2005 - Competition Finalist, Young Scholars
  • 2005 - Invited Particpant, National Academies of Science, Fromtiers of Science Annual Symposium
  • 2005 - Beckman Young Investigator Award, Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation
  • 2005 - Young Investigator Award, ONR
  • 2005 - Gold Medal, GECCO Human Competitive Competition
  • 2005 - Outstanding Early-Career Faculty Award, George T. Abell
  • 2004 - Adolph Lomb Medal, Optical Society of America
  • 2004 - Career Award, NSF
  • 2004 - Outstanding Thesis Award Finalist, American Physical Society Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics
  • 2001 - New Focus Student Research Award, Optical Society of America
  • 2001 - Invited Particpant, 51st meeting of Nobel Laureates
  • 2000 - Graduate Student Fellowship, LEOS
  • 2000 - Scientific Achievment Award, JILA
  • 1998,1999,2000,2001 - Graduate Fellowship, National Defense Science and Engineering
  • 1997 - Graduate Fellowship, GAANN
  • 1997 - William L. Everitt Award, International Engineering Consortium (IEC)
  • 1996 - Summer Institute in Applied Physics, Fannie and John Hertz Foundation

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