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Due to changes in the editorial process, Watts Up! has been published sporadically in recent months. Today's issue is abbreviated as adjustments continue, but a more extensive edition is expected to be distributed before the University's...
Industrial Affiliates program member KLA-Tencor Corp. is holding an information session on Monday, Oct. 21, at 5:30 p.m. in Meinel 307. Bring your résumé and be ready to discuss the many internships and positions available for optical engineers (as...
With the excitement of the 2013 Fall Industrial Affiliates Workshop upon us, the college welcomes the program's newest members: DataRay Inc., which brings high-quality, affordable and reliable instrumentation to the photonics industry; FARO...
Among the hustle and bustle of the last days of spring were bittersweet occasions; the college bid adieu to several cherished colleagues in the past few months. Photos are available of farewell celebrations for graduate adviser Gail Varin and CIAN...
The Hertz Foundation is seeking students of exceptional creativity and outstanding potential for innovative research for its 2014-2015 graduate fellowships. Candidates must be applying to or enrolled in a Ph.D. program and hold American citizenship...
The Aerospace Corp. has interviews available from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 2, in the Franken Conference Room (Meinel 821), for positions in El Segundo, Calif. Opportunities exist in modeling and simulation of geometrical and physical...
Industrial Affiliates member ASML is holding an information session correlated with this week's workshop activities; students of optics; mechanical, software or electrical engineering; physics; and applied mathematics are invited to attend on...
OSC alumnus Mitchell Curtis Ruda, Ph.D. 1979, passed away on Aug. 31. Mitch was renowned throughout the optics industry for his generosity, his effortless leadership and his expertise in alignment, design and testing. The college was honored to host...
Hearty congratulations go to the spring 2013 graduates of the College of Optical Sciences, many of whom crossed the stage at the May 10 pre-commencement ceremony. Undergraduate and doctoral valedictorians were Garret Odom and Paula Smith,...
High atop Mount Graham, less than 150 miles from Tucson, sits one of the world's most advanced optical systems: the Large Binocular Telescope, its twin mirrors boasting an imaging resolution approximately 10 times greater than that of Hubble. On...