Optics at Georgia Tech
D. C. O'Shea and W. T. Rhodes
Far from the optics shops of the San Francisco Bay area, the brick factories of the Northeast optics establishment, and the electro-optics community of southern California, there is an institution that is producing intelligent, trained professionals in the field of applied optics. Its students have complained of jet lag after their plant trips, and more than a few have bemoaned the fact that so little in optics is available near their home of the last few years. Their home is the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia, and their training comes from a unique blend of physics and electrical engineering courses.
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