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#FacesofPhotonics: Parrot Project Manager Clément Fallet

SPIE’s #FacesofPhotonics is a showcase across social media that connects SPIE members in the optics and photonics community around the world.

It serves to highlight similarities, celebrate differences, and foster a space for conversation and community to thrive.

This week on #FacesofPhotonics we are sharing the story of  Clément Fallet, Project Manager at Parrot, a high tech company specializing in drone manufacturing located in Paris. Clément recently presented his research at SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing in Orlando, and was president and treasurer of the Ecole Polytechnique SPIE Student Chapter. He is currently an active member of the SPIE Scholarship Committee. 


We hope you enjoy his interview.

1. Share your favorite outreach or volunteer story. Meeting a Nobel laureate is something extraordinary you always remember. So, imagine meeting not one, not two, but eight of them at the same time and place! This must be my most treasured memory from outreach. 
Paris organized a magnifice…

#FacesofPhotonics: Ball Aerospace Program Manager Allison Barto

SPIE’s #FacesofPhotonics is a showcase across social media that connects SPIE members in the optics and photonics community around the world.

It serves to highlight similarities, celebrate differences, and foster a space for conversation and community to thrive.

This week on #FacesofPhotonics we are thrilled to share the optics story of Program Manager at Ball Aerospace, Allison Barto! Allison is an SPIE Senior Member and Conference Program Committee Chair for SPIE Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation. She is a contributing author on multiple papers on James Webb Telescope research at the conference next week (10-15 June).

We hope you enjoy her interview.

1. Tell us about when you first became interested in optics and photonics. The summer I was 10 or 11, my parents and I were camping in Mt. Rainier National Park, as we often did. One beautifully clear night (not a frequent occurrence in Washington State), the ranger giving the evening interpretive program, Jim Ross, decided to g…