Mixing Lasers with the Atmosphere

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Monday, October 10, 2022, 6 pm

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Husky Bites presents Special Guest Mike Roggemann

Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Michigan Technological University

Atmospheric turbulence—a pervasive phenomenon–affects the propagation of light. Some technologies exist to partially mitigate these effects, but none are perfect. With a goal to extend the range and understand their performance of imaging and laser systems in any kind of weather, Prof. Roggeman has put Michigan Tech’s north woods location on Lake Superior to great use for his research. “We’ve got it all here—remote locations, blizzards, thunderstorms, heat waves,” he says.”And it’s uniquely suited to the job.” During Husky Bites he’ll further explain turbulence effects and discuss the mitigation technologies.

Join us early at 5:45 p.m. for conversation and a weather update.

About Husky Bites

Husky Bites are free Interactive Zoom Webinars from the College of Engineering at Michigan Tech. Time after for Q&A.

Series Host

Janet Callahan
Dean of the College of Engineering
Michigan Technological University

with guest host Leonard Bohmann, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

Brain Food

Join us for a bite! Grab some dinner with Dean Janet Callahan and a special guest, and learn something new! This family-friendly event is BYOC (bring your own curiosity). 

When: Mondays, 6:00 p.m. starting September 26 and held weekly through November 21.

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