Applied Optics Research.
Annual rept. for FY 1968, 1 Jul 67-30 Jun 68,
ARIZONA UNIV TUCSON OPTICAL SCIENCES CENTER
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Development of the new center building, additions to the staff, and seminar and colloquium activities are discussed in Section 1. Curriculum, faculty, and students are covered in Section 2. Sections 3 and 4 present abstracts and reports on the various fields of research in which progress was made during FY 68. Particular emphasis, encompassing some 14 specific project areas, is placed on the following Digital and analog image restoration processes atmospheric optics thin-film coating of optics to develop interference filters in the far ultraviolet ionic polishing of optics determining parameters of design for lightweight mirrors utilization of the Carnegie image tube in astronomical applications improvement in frequency stability of lasers and development of new hardware for measurement of laser spectral profile considerable mathematical and applied effort in improving optical design and improved techniques and hardware for multispectral photographic systems. Author
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