Annual Winners

1996 Photomicrography Competition

Judges

Kenneth Charles Moore, Ph.D.

Director of the Central Electron Microscopy Research Facility
University of Iowa

Kenneth Charles Moore is director of the Central Electron Microscopy Research Facility at the University of Iowa. The author of numerous published articles, he is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Sigma Xi, the Microscopy Society of America, the Microbeam Analysis Society and the Iowa Microscopy Society.

Phyllis Z. Budka

Senior Engineer
General Electric Co./Power Systems/Materials and Processes Engineering

Phyllis Budka is senior engineer with General Electric Co./Power Systems/Materials and Processes Engineering in Schnectady, New York. She has published numerous papers on the non-equilibrium solidification of nickel-iron and stony iron meteorites under microgravity conditions. She is a member of the American Society for Metals, The Minerals Metals Materials Society, Sigma Xi and the Meteorical Society.

Joseph Ogrodnick

Senior Photographic Specialist
New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Cornell University

Joseph Ogrodnick is senior photographic specialist for the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station at Cornell University in Geneva, New York. He has conducted numerous seminars and written many jounal articles on biological photography. He is a member of the Council of Biology Editors and a member and fellow of the Biological Photographic Association and is editor of the Journal of Biological Photography.

Martin L. Scott, FBPA, AIMI

Scientific Imaging Consultant

Martin Scott is a consultant in scientific imaging technology. The former director of Scientific Imaging Markets at the Eastman Kodak Company, he also lectured extensively on photomicrography. He is a past president of the Biological Photographic Association and a member of nine microscopical societies.