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From: Michele Schultz (michele@cvs.rochester.edu)
Date: Tue Oct 09 2001 - 08:16:03 PDT

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    Optical Engineering Position, Advanced Technologies for Eye Research.
    A position is available to work with a team of vision scientists,
    engineers, and clinical researchers to optimize the performance of a
    camera, equipped with adaptive optics, for imaging the retina at high
    transverse resolution. The successful candidate with also lead a team
    to develop a new kind of confocal ophthalmoscope with very high axial
    as well as transverse resolution. Experience in design and
    fabrication of optical instrumentation is desirable especially in the
    areas of scanning microscopy or optical coherence tomography.
    Rochester is an exciting place to pursue a career in optics, with the
    Institute of Optics and the Laboratory for Laser Energetics here at
    the University, not to mention a myriad of local companies with
    expertise in optics and imaging. In addition, my laboratory
    participates in an NSF Science and Technology Center for Adaptive
    Optics that brings together astronomers, vision scientists, and
    optical engineers to improve imaging both in telescopes and
    ophthalmic instruments. For additional information see
    http://www.cvs.rochester.edu/. Applicants should submit a curriculum
    vitae and names of three references to: David R. Williams, Director,
    Center for Visual Science, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY
    14627-0270. The University of Rochester is an equal opportunity
    employer.

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    Michele Schultz email: michele@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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