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Optical Research

There is a long tradition of optics in science, from ancient times to Newton and Einstein, continuing through many Nobel prizes, and leading to the present.

Why Study Optics

 

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Information and tools of OMQ members to schedule facilities and request administrative assistance.

Students perform research in the Wang Lab
Graduate Program

There is a long tradition of optics in science, from ancient times to Newton and Einstein, continuing through many Nobel prizes, and leading to the present. The ability to control light and matter with high precision opens the possibility for many new discoveries and technologys. Fellowships are available.

For graduate students, OMQ programs provides opportunities for research in fundamental areas of physics and chemistry. At the same time, our center also provides an enabling set of technologies for application in the life sciences and industry. It is this unique combination of fundamental science coupled with practical applications that opens many career paths.

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Optics research being performed in the Raymer Lab by PhD student

The OMQ is closed to the public for the foreseeable future. On campus research has been suspended. If you have questions about research please contact the principle investigator directly. Questions about admissions should go to the relevant academic department (physics or chemistry). Questions about center administration should be directed to omq@uoregon.edu 

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