Larry Dalton on Photonics and Electro-Optics

May 16th, 2007 |
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Dr. Larry Dalton, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at the George B. Kauffman Professor of Chemistry & Electrical Engineering at the University of Washington and Nobel Prize nominee, talks about his work with polymers, photonics and electro-optics.

Electro-optics and photonics play an enormous role in our lives. However, people know little about them. As Dalton explains, “In the future, electro-optic technology could play a critical role in next generation defense, computer transportation, medicine, entertainment, information technology, communications and energy.”

Dalton’s research projects can be found at http://depts.washington.edu/eooptic.

This podcast is redistributed with permission from Lumera Corporation as part of their series on nanotechnology.

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