Innovation Hall of Fame: Inspiring Generations of Young Engineers

Pulse Doppler radar, the universal product code, flexible coronary artery stents, the asynchronous transfer mode switch—these wide-ranging technologies, which enhance everyday life for millions of people around the world, are only a few of the many pioneered by Clark School alumni, faculty, and friends and celebrated in the Clark School’s Innovation Hall of Fame. These advances serve to inspire Clark School students and the many visitors who pass through the hall each year.

2020 Inductee

J. Gary Eden

Prof. Eden has been honored for his work as a pioneer in the discovery, development, and applications of ultraviolet (UV) lasers and lamps, as well as microplasma-based optical and chemical processing systems.

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