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Professor Betty Lise Anderson
Professor Anderson has been at The Ohio State University since 1990. She obtained her Ph.D. in Materials Science and Electrical Engineering at the University of Vermont in 1990 and her MS from there as well in 1988. Her technical area is photonics.
Anderson started her career as a teacher at an experimental elementary school for two years. Anderson then worked in industry for nine years at Tektronix, Inc., C.S. Draper Labs, and GTE Laboratories. She earned a BSEE at Syracuse University in 1978.
Anderson is a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the Optical Society of America, and a member of the SPIE (Society for Photo-Instrumentation Engineers).
McGraw Hill has released
a new semiconductor textbook for your reading pleasure, by B. L. Anderson
and R. L. Anderson. View details and errata for this textbook.
Woman in Technology TopCAT Award (Top Contributor to the Advancement of Technology) awarded by Tech Columbus Jan 2006.
- Women in Engineering Faculty Award for Outreach and Engagement, 2014
- Faculty Diveristy Award, OSU College of Engineering, 2012
- Innovators Award, OSU College of Engineering 2007
- Annual Research Accomplishment Award, OSU College of Engineering, 2000
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Betty Lise Anderson