PREVIOUS MEETINGS > 1999 - Besançon, France

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The European Frequency and Time Award

G. J. DICK
"For outstanding contribution to development of cryogenic oscillators of different types with extremely low phase noise and for prediction of the importance of noise characteristics in oscillators associated with atomic frequency standards".

Prize sponsored by the Société Française des Microtechniques et de Chronométrie (SFMC).

The EFTF Young Scientist Award

NOËL DIMARCQ
"For an outstanding degree of activity, initiative and creativity in the application of atom cooling to atomic frequency standards".

FILIPPO LEVI
"For crucial experiments on dark lines in alkali vapours leading to the development of a cesium maser and other light-shift-free microwave frequency standards".

MICHAEL E. TOBAR
"For the development of very low noise oscillators using Galani phase noise cancellation technique and for the development of interferometric phase and amplitude detection technique to reduce noise in systems and oscillators".

Prize sponsored by the Société Française des Microtechniques et de Chronométrie (SFMC).

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