In memoriam: Academician Andrey L. Mikaelian, SPIE Gold Medal Winner

Optical Memory and Neural Networks, Mar 2011

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In memoriam: Academician Andrey L. Mikaelian, SPIE Gold Medal Winner

In memoriam: Academician Andrey L. Mikaelian, SPIE Gold Medal Winner - Mikaelian was a founder of the modern scientific school of radio optics and made significant contributions to different fields of microwave ferrites, laser techniques, holography, and neural methods of information processing. Recently he led research in the field of nonlinear optical prin ciples of information processing, creating holographic nano structures using plasmon resonance for hypersensitive informa tion processing systems. During the early 1950s he proposed the idea of magneto optical effects use for the creation of nonreciprocal waveguide devices, developed the theory of gyrotropic waveguides, and applied these new devices for communication and radio loca tion systems.


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In memoriam: Academician Andrey L. Mikaelian, SPIE Gold Medal Winner, Optical Memory and Neural Networks, 2011, 1-1, DOI: 10.3103/S1060992X11010085