College of Optical Sciences at the University of Arizona: Colloquium by Garrett Cole
CMS is very excited to be a participant in an upcoming OSC Colloquium at the renowned College of Optical Sciences at the University of Arizona. On October 11, 2018 from 3:30 to 5:00 PM, our Co-Founder, Garrett Cole, will present an overview of our crystalline coating technology, outlining the latest results relevant to ultrastable interferometers, mid-IR spectroscopy, and high-thermal conductivity optics for laser-based materials processing. The OSC Colloquium series is a dynamic forum for the interchange of ideas, techniques, and research in all areas of optics, wherein academic scholars and industry leaders lead discussions about groundbreaking research.
The Colloquium is held on Thursday in Meinel 307 each week during the academic year and is open to students, faculty members, and the general public. Garrett was invited to present by Dalziel Wilson, Assistant Professor at the College of Optical Sciences. Prof. Wilson’s research focuses on radiation pressure effects in optomechanical systems; classical and quantum noise in optical interferometers; quantum measurement and control; nanomechanical devices as macroscopic quantum systems; ultra-high-Q optical and mechanical resonators; and cryogenic optomechanics. All of these topics have significant overlap with ongoing development efforts at CMS.
If you happen to be in the Tucson, AZ area we look forward to seeing you there!