Dr. H. Philip Stahl

Fellow Member | Senior Optical Physicist
Stahl, H. Philip
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SPIE Membership: 39.9 years total | 39.9 years voting
SPIE Awards: Fellow status
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Area of Expertise: Optical Engineering, Optical Metrology, Optical Fabrication, Systems Engineering, Optical Testing, Interferometry
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Dr. H. Philip Stahl is a Senior Optical Physicist at NASA MSFC currently leading an effort to mature technologies for a new large aperture telescope to replace the Hubble Space Telescope. Previous assignments include Mirror Technology lead for the James Webb Space Telescope. Dr. Stahl is a leading authority in optical metrology, optical engineering, and phase-measuring interferometry. Many of the world's largest telescopes have been fabricated with the aid of high-speed and infrared phase-measuring Interferometers developed by him, including the Keck, VLT and Gemini telescopes. Dr. Stahl is a Fellow of SPIE, Fellow of OSA, member of AAS and IAU. He was the 2014 SPIE President and an ICO Vice-President (2005-11). He earned his PhD (1985) and MS (1983) in Optical Science at the University of Arizona Optical Sciences Center. He earned a BA in Physics and Mathematics from Wittenberg University in 1979.

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