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M. Lurie received a B.S. in physics from Brooklyn College in 1959, an M.S. in physics from Rutgers University in 1961, and a Dr. Eng. Sci. in E.E. from Newark College of Engineering in 1967 with a study of coherence effects in holography. Prior to 1967, he worked on ceramic materials and components, aerospace power systems and associated test equipment, and television circuits for TOS. He was an Instructor in E.E. at NCE and did research in physiological optics in addition to holography. After receiving his doctorate, he spent a year and a half as a Senior Research Fellow at the National Physical Laboratory in England, working on spatial filtering, holography, and interferometry. In 1968 he joined RCA Laboratories, where he has been developing a holographic video storage system. Dr. Lurie is a member of OSA, IEEE, Eta Kappa Nu and Tau Beta Pi.
- RCA 1972 Company Biography
Michael Lurie received a B.S. in physics from Brooklyn College in 1959, an M.S. in physics from Rutgers University in 1961, and a Dr. Eng. Sci. from Newark College of Engineering in 1967. His thesis concerned the preparation of pure, high density samples of inert gases for NMR studies. In 1961 he joined Gulton Industries, Inc., to work on high temperature dielectric and ceramic materials, and aerospace power systems, particularly storage batteries and associated electronics. He left in 1963 to teach electrical engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (Newark College) and to work for a doctorate. During his four years teaching there, he was an outside consultant in the field of vibration analysis of machinery, and held summer positions, first with Gulton industries, then with RCA Astro-Electronics where he worked on TV circuits for the TOS weather satellite. He left his teaching position to take a post as Senior Research Fellow at the National Physical Laboratory in England, working on spatial filtering and the measurement of small motions by holography and interferometry. In 1968 he joined RCA Laboratories doing research on noise in holographic systems, and applications of holography to video recording. He has contributed to the development of several optical, electronic, and computer-controlled systems. He was Project Leader for the development of a laser player system for testing RCA VideoDiscs. Recently, he worked on the architecture and design of a computer-controlled broadcast TV camera. His present interest is robotics and automation.
Dr. Lurie has received three RCA Outstanding Achievement Awards, the David Sarnoff Award in Science, and the Journal Award of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers. The computer-controlled TV camera to which he contributed won an Emmy award for technical excellence. He is on the patent review board for Applied Optics, and is a member of the Optical Society of America, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, and Sigma Xi.
- RCA 1982 Company Biography
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