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Breault Research Organization is offering tutorials in its ASAP and APEX software, free of charge for faculty, graduate students and senior undergraduates at the College of Optical Sciences. The Intro to ASAP course takes place Dec. 3-6, and the...
The UA Staff Advisory Council is accepting nominations through Jan. 25 for its 2013 Awards for Excellence. If you know a classified or appointed staff member or team that has gone above and beyond this year, recognize them for their achievements....
The Graduate and Professional Student Council has negotiated a $150 fee return from the UA administration for all students employed as graduate assistants. You should receive the refund in your bursars account. If you have any questions or other...
Cecile Chaix, a Ph.D. student in Lars Furenlid's lab, received second place last week in the Medical Imaging Conference division of the IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference in Anaheim, Calif., for her paper "The...
The OSC Women in Optics student group is hosting a special media club session tomorrow at 5:30 p.m. in the Franken Conference Room. They're scheduled to show "Waiting for 'Superman,'" a 2010 documentary about some of the...
The Zemax Users Group will meet on Wednesday, Nov. 14, from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Franken Conference Room. All current users of the program are invited to learn about Radiant Zemax's newest optical and illumination design simulation software, Zemax...
November is a good month to learn about potential employers and other opportunities; provided below are the information sessions and networking events scheduled for the next week: Tuesday, Nov. 13, 6 p.m. in SUMC Santa Rita Room: Texas Instruments...
The Franken Conference Room and eighth-floor breakout area in the west wing of the Meinel Building will be unavailable on Monday, Nov. 12, and Tuesday, Nov. 13, due to a workshop reservation.
Not long after the Optics & Photonics Japan 2012 conference, adjunct professor of optical sciences Kazuhiko Oka of Hokkaido University (Japan) was found at Hanamizuki, a local restaurant, lending a hand at a celebratory SPIE dinner.
Lithography light source leader Cymer Inc. has become the latest member of the college's lauded Industrial Affiliates program. We look forward to learning from and growing with them, as well as further strengthening the ties between OSC and the...