Prof. Heinz elected as vice president of The Optical Society (OSA)
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Prof. Heinz has been elected by The Optical Society (OSA) as its 2010
vice president. By accepting the vice presidency, Heinz makes a
four-year commitment to OSA’s Board of Directors. As vice president,
Heinz will automatically become president-elect in 2011 and then the
society's president in 2012.
Uniting more than 106,000 professionals from 134 countries, the Optical
Society of America (OSA) brings together the global optics community
through its programs and initiatives.
"Tony Heinz has made a tremendous impact as chair of committees
responsible for two of OSA’s significant product lines, publications and
conferences," said Elizabeth Rogan, OSA’s CEO. "He has effectively led
the Society in its growth in the journal portfolios and the diversity of
the meetings portfolio. We look forward to the unique perspective Tony
will bring to his new role and to working with him in this capacity."
More details at: http://www.osa.org/News/pressroom/release/10.2009/2010VP.aspx#