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Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry


Michael Angel and His Students Recognized

Professor Michael Angel and his students received two awards:

William F. Meggers Award

Prof. Michael Angel and his students, P.D. Barnett, N. Lamsal. K.C. Paul, and K.A. Strange, have been awarded the 2018 William F. Meggers Award for outstanding contributions to Applied Spectroscopy in 2017.  This recognition is for five related papers on the topic of Spatial Heterodyne Spectroscopy Applied for Ramen and Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy.

The inaugural NASLIBS/SAS Award paper for 2017 for the top LIBS paper published in Applied Spectroscopy

This year NASLIBS and the SAS decided to initiate an award for the top LIBS paper published in Applied Spectroscopy each year. The paper is selected by a committee composed of representatives from the SAS and NASLIBS. 

"Standoff Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) Using a Miniature Wide Field of View Spatial Heterodyne Spectrometer with Sub-Microsteradian Collection Optics."  Patrick D. Barnett, Nirmal Lamsal, S. Michael Angel Applied Spectroscopy, Vol. 71, 4: pp. 583-590.