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Product Code: JLA_8_1_55


Authors:
Marc L. Simpson
John C. Miller
Doug H. Lowndes
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, PO Box 2008 Oak Ridge, TN 37831, U.S.A.


Researchers at the Department of Energy (DOE) facilities at Oak Ridge perform a variety of basic and applied research involving lasers and laser technology. One of the major strengths at Oak Ridge is the combination of core capabilities in optical materials, optical diagnostics, and sensors. Communities benefiting from these core capabilities include environmental, biomedical, and industrial sponsors. Industry can interact with Oak Ridge in a variety of ways: with Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs), through Work for Others (WFO) programs, and as User Center participants. Oak Ridge is also active in sponsoring workshops and symposia for industrial participants like the Optical Diagnostics in Manufacturing and Process Control symposium held in December 1993. In this paper, an overview of a selection of laser technologies residing at Oak Ridge is provided. Examples of the application of these technologies are given as well as overviews of several on‐going CRADAs with industrial partners.

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