Darrell M. Hull and Nicholas Massa
The need for photonics technicians is rapidly increasing, but the present and future needs will most likely not be met. How do we encourage students to enter this continually transforming field, and adequately prepare them to become vital professionals?
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Publish Date: 01 September 1998
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