Charles K. Kao

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Nobel prize medal.svg The Honourable
Sir Charles Kuen Kao
GBM KBE FRS FREng
Charles K. Kao cropped 2.jpg
Charles K. Kao receivin an honorary degree frae Princeton Varsity in 2004
Native name 高錕
Born 4 November 1933(1933-11-04)
Shanghai, Cheenae[1]
Died 23 September 2018 (aged 84)
Hong Kong
Residence Republic o Cheenae (1933–1948)
Hong Kong (1949–present)[2]
Unitit Kinrick (1952–1970)
Unitit States
Naitionality American
Breetish
Citizenship Unitit States
Unitit Kinrick[1]
Alma mater University College London (PhD 1965, issued bi Varsity o Lunnon)
Varsity o Greenwich (BSc 1957, issued bi Varsity o Lunnon)
Kent for Fiber optics
Fiber-optic communication
Awairds
Scientific career
Fields Pheesics
Institutions The Cheenese Varsity o Hong Kong
ITT Corporation
Yale Varsity
Standard Telephones and Cables
Doctoral advisor Harold Barlow
This is a Cheenese name; the faimlie name is Kao.
Charles K. Kao
Tradeetional Cheenese 高錕
Simplifee'd Cheenese 高锟

Sir Charles Kuen Kao,[5] GBM,[6] KBE,[7] FRS,[8] FREng[9] (born 4 November 1933; deed 23 September 2018) wis a Cheenese-born Hong Kong electrical ingineer an pheesicist wha pioneered the development an uise o fiber optics in telecommunications.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 The Nobel Prize in Physics 2009 – Press Release. Nobel Foundation. October 6, 2009. Retrieved October 8, 2009. 
  2. Headline Daily (October 7, 2009). 高錕獲諾貝爾獎 國人驕傲 (in Cheenese). Headline Daily. Retrieved October 7, 2009. 
  3. "List of Fellows". 
  4. "Fellows of the Royal Society". London: Royal Society. Archived frae the oreeginal on 2015-03-16. 
  5. Charles K. Kao was elected in 1990 as a member o Naitional Academy o Ingineerin in Electronics, Communication & Information Seestems Ingineerin for pioneerin an sustained accomplishments taewart the theoretical an practical realisation o optical feebre communication seestems.
  6. "306 people to receive honours". The Government of Hong Kong SAR. July 1, 2010. Retrieved July 1, 2010. [deid airtin]
  7. "2010 Queen's Birthday Honours List" (pdf). The London Gazette. June 12, 2010. Supplement No.1 B23. Retrieved June 12, 2010. 
  8. "- Royal Society". 
  9. "The Fellowship – List of Fellows". Raeng.org.uk. Retrieved October 26, 2009.