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Benjamin J. Eggleton is an ARC Federation Fellow and Professor of Physics at the University of Sydney and is the founding Director of CUDOS, the ARC Centre of Excellence for Ultrahigh-Bandwidth Devices for Optical Systems. He obtained the Bachelors degree and PhD degree in Physics from the University of Sydney. In 1996, he joined Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies as a Member of Staff and was subsequently promoted to Director within the
Specialty Fibre Business Division of Bell Laboratories, where he was engaged in forward-looking research supporting Lucent Technologies business in optical fibre devices. Eggleton has published more than 300 journal publications (with over 9500 citations and an h-index of 48), including articles in Nature Photonics, Nature Physics, Physical Review Letters and has filed over 35 patents. He is a Fellow of the Optical Society of America, IEEE Photonics and the
Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE). Eggleton has received numerous awards for his contributions, including, the 2011 Eureka Prize for Leadership in Science, the 2007 Pawsey Medal from the Australian Academy of Science, the 2004 Malcolm McIntosh Prize for Physical Scientist of the Year, the 2003 International Commission on Optics (ICO) Prize, the 1998 Adolph Lomb Medal from the Optical Society of America, the
Distinguished Lecturer Award from the IEEE/LEOS, and the R&D100 Award. He was President of the Australian Optical Society from 2008-2010 and is Editor for Optics Communications.