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Intelligent Optics Lab

High-Powered Research
High-Performance Computing (HPC) cluster, manufactured by PSSC Labs, recently installed at the University of Dayton to support Dr. Mikhail Vorontsov's laser systems research.
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Conversation with Mikhail Vorontsov
Dayton, OH, May 6, 2016, Campus Report, vol. 43, no. 8 by Shannon Miller — New supercomputer to facilitate collaborative research efforts between universities.
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Laser weapon technology

Dayton, OH, March 1, 2014 — The U.S. Navy plans to launch a ship with a laser cannon developed over six years at a cost of $40 million that uses fiber optic solid-state laser technology being developed at the University of Dayton. 

Deep Turbulence MURI
To facilitate future long-range optical systems, there is a need for understanding the performance of optical wave propagation along various atmospheric paths that may cross several extended (deep) regions of the atmosphere with quite distinctive spatial structures and temporal dynamics.
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CONTACT

Intelligent Optics Laboratory, Dr. Mikhail Vorontsov, Director

Fitz Hall
1529 Brown St
Dayton, Ohio 45469
937-229-2797
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