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Center for Advanced Technologies and Optical Materials

Collaboration

Collaboration

Collaboration

 

John Hall, Year of 2005 Nobel Prize Winner, JILA/NIST

Edward Osborne, former businessman, prominent leader of Colorado Springs community

Michael Lach, Special Assistant to the President of the United States, STEM Education, U.S. Department of Education

Air Force Research Lab: Dean Evans, Gary Cook, Tim Bunning

Bioptix, Inc.: Misha Plam, Slava Petropavlovskikh

BeamCo, Inc.: Nelson Tabirian

Bosch, Inc.: Anis Zribi

Case Western Reserve University: Ken Singer

California State (Sacramento): Vasili Sergan

Colorado State University: Carl Patton, Mingzhong Wu

Hoseo University (South Korea): S.-B. Kwon, C.-I. Cheon

Grafix & Plastics (Cleveland): Jordan Katz

Inst. of Physics (Kyiv): Vassili Nazarenko

Inst. of Tech. Physics (Warsaw): Janusz Parka

Kent State University: John West, Tony Jakli, Oleg Lavrentovich, L.-C. Chien, Phil Bos, Satyen Kumar, Jonathan Selinger

Kidde, UTC Security & Fire Alarm Company: Paul Schatz

Kyiv National University: Victor Reshetnyak

Laval University (Canada): Tigran Galstian, Vladimir Presnyakov

Martin-Luther University (Halle, Germany): Gerhard Pelzl, Horst Kresse, Anton Hauser

Metro-lasers, Inc: Anatoliy Khyzhnyak

Meadowlark Optics: Tom Baur

NDis (South Korea): S.-B. Kwon

Nitto Denko (Japan): Minoru Miyatake

NIST: Paul Williams

7WestDesign (Monroe Falls): Cevin Cole

TechnoDisplay (Norway): Borre Holter

Universite de Montpellier (France): Maurizio Nobili

University of Colorado, Boulder: Noel Clark, Joe Mclennan, Matt Glaser.

University of Leipzig: Irina Estrela-Lopis

University of Goteborg (Sweden): Lachezar Komitov

UCCS: Zbigniew Celinski, Robert Camley, Marek Grabowski

University of Milan (Italy): Tomasso Belini

 

 

 

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