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Barbara Arnold (barba@cvs.rochester.edu)
Mon, 8 Nov 1999 14:27:40 -0400

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Optical Engineer in Eye Research. Position available for an optical
engineer to spearhead both the design and the construction of a
second-generation adaptive optics system for the eye. The lab is
interdisciplinary with staff and students that have expertise in both
optics and vision science. Desirable experience includes optical system
design and construction, proficiency in ZEMAX, real-time PC control of
optical instrumentation, digital image processing, Fourier optics, and
aberration theory and measurement. The lab creates advanced optical
instrumentation for eye research and has recently demonstrated a camera
equipped with adaptive optics that can image the retina at higher
transverse resolution than has previously been possible, allowing single
cells to be imaged in the living human eye. This device has exciting
potential for studying the normal human retina and for the diagnosis and
treatment of retinal disease. In addition, our laboratory participates in
the Center for Adaptive Optics, a new Science and Technology Center funded
by the National Science Foundation. The Center will allow you to work
collaboratively with astronomers as well as vision scientists to develop
the latest adaptive optics technology. The ideal candidate will have a
Master's degree in optics and several years of experience. This position
provides a stimulating university research environment with a salary that
is highly competitive with industry. Send resume to: Barbara Arnold,
Center for Visual Science, RC Box 270270
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Barbara N. Arnold
Administrator email: barba@cvs.rochester.edu
Center for Visual Science phone: 716 275 8659
University of Rochester fax: 716 271 3043
Meliora Hall 274
Rochester NY 14627-0270
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available for an optical engineer to spearhead both the design and the
construction of a second-generation adaptive optics system for the eye.
The lab is interdisciplinary with staff and students that have
expertise in both optics and vision science. Desirable experience
includes optical system design and construction, proficiency in ZEMAX,
real-time PC control of optical instrumentation, digital image
processing, Fourier optics, and aberration theory and measurement. The
lab creates advanced optical instrumentation for eye research and has
recently demonstrated a camera equipped with adaptive optics that can
image the retina at higher transverse resolution than has previously
been possible, allowing single cells to be imaged in the living human
eye. This device has exciting potential for studying the normal human
retina and for the diagnosis and treatment of retinal disease. In
addition, our laboratory participates in the Center for Adaptive
Optics, a new Science and Technology Center funded by the National
Science Foundation. The Center will allow you to work collaboratively
with astronomers as well as vision scientists to develop the latest
adaptive optics technology. The ideal candidate will have a Master's
degree in optics and several years of experience. This position
provides a stimulating university research environment with a salary
that is highly competitive with industry. Send resume to: Barbara
Arnold, Center for Visual Science, RC Box
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Barbara N. Arnold

Administrator email: barba@cvs.rochester.edu

Center for Visual Science phone: 716 275 8659

University of Rochester fax: 716 271 3043

Meliora Hall 274

Rochester NY 14627-0270

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