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Bass, Michael, 1939-
Oral history interview with Michael Bass, 1985 May 29.
Research on nonlinear optics at the University of Michigan, 1961 to 1964, laser education at Berkeley, 1964-1966; color centers, laser damages, and dye lasers at Raytheon, 1966-1973, and medical applications at University of Southern California, after 1973. Experimental laser techniques and their evolution and the institutional context of research at each of these sites. Also prominently mentioned are: John A. Armstrong, Nicolaas Bloembergen, Colin Bowness, William B. Bridges, Tom Deutsch, Richard Dwyer, Peter Alden Franken, Joseph Anthony Giordmaine, Alan Hill, James Hobart, Frank Horrigan, Steve Jarrett, Kleinman, Clarence Luck, Theodore Maiman, Sam McCall, Steve Miller, Roy Paananeu, Al Paiadino, C. Wilbur Peters, Al Poladine, Sergio Porto, Lance Riley, Mike Saiden, Fritz Schafer, Mike Seiden, Peter P. Sorokin, Herman Statz, Carlisle Martin Stickley, Gaby Weinreich; Bell Telephone Laboratories, Conference on Laser and Electro-optical Systems, Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics, Eastman Kodak Co., Exxon Corporation, Hughes Aircraft Company, Metrologic Co., Raytheon Corporation, Spectra-Physics Company, Trion Instruments Company, and University of California at San Diego.
American optical physicist. Ph.D. physics, University of Michigan (1964). Professional experience includes: senior research scientist, Raytheon Company (1966-1973); associate director, director, professor, department chair, University of Southern California Center for Laser Studies (1973-1989); vice president, professor, professor emeritus, University of Central Florida (1988-).
Armstrong, J. A. (John A.)
Bass, Michael, 1939-
Bloembergen, N.
Bowness, Colin
Bridges, William B., 1934-
Deutsch, Tom
Dwyer, Richard
Franken, Peter 1928-1999
Giordmaine, Joseph Anthony
Hill, Alan
Hobart, James
Horrigan, Frank
Jarrett, Steve
Luck, Clarence
Maiman, Theodore H.
McCall, Sam
Miller, Steve
Paananeu, Roy
Poladine, Al
Peters, C. Wilbur
Porto, S. P. S., 1926-
Riley, Lance
Schafer, Fritz
Seiden, Mike
Sorokin, Peter P.
Statz, Herman
Stickley, Carlisle Martin
Weinreich, Gaby
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Eastman Kodak Company.
Exxon Corporation.
Hughes Aircraft Company.
Metrologic Company
Raytheon Company.
Spectra-Physics (Firm)
Trion Instruments Company
University of California, Berkeley.
University of California, San Diego.
University of Michigan.
University of Southern California.
Conference on Laser and Electrooptical Systems.
Color centers.
Science and industry
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Bromberg, Joan Lisa. interview.
American Institute of Physics. Niels Bohr Library & Archives. One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740, USA