Dr. Jennifer D. T. Kruschwitz
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Author | Instructor
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Publications (3)

Proceedings Article | 2 July 2019 Paper
Proc. SPIE. 11143, Fifteenth Conference on Education and Training in Optics and Photonics: ETOP 2019
KEYWORDS: Thermography, Optical components, Light sources, Light emitting diodes, Visualization, Cameras, Ultraviolet radiation, Control systems, Colorimetry, Photonics

SPIE Press Book | 4 August 2018

Proceedings Article | 14 May 2007 Paper
Proc. SPIE. 10316, Optifab 2007: Technical Digest
KEYWORDS: Refractive index, Mirrors, Error analysis, Coating, Manufacturing, Optical coatings, Optical fabrication, Transmittance, Optical engineering, Optics manufacturing

Proceedings Volume Editor (3)

SPIE Conference Volume | 28 August 2008

SPIE Conference Volume | 2 September 2005

SPIE Conference Volume | 29 September 2004

Conference Committee Involvement (4)
Advances in Thin-Film Coatings for Optical Applications V
11 August 2008 | San Diego, California, United States
Advances in Thin-Film Coatings for Optical Applications III
13 August 2006 | San Diego, California, United States
Advances in Thin-Film Coatings for Optical Applications II
2 August 2005 | San Diego, California, United States
Advances in Thin-Film Coatings for Optical Applications
4 August 2004 | Denver, Colorado, United States
Course Instructor
WS914: Becoming an Optical Engineering Consultant
This course will review all of the benefits and challenges of a consulting career in optics. Each attendee will be given the opportunity to self-evaluate based on their engineering and business strengths. Topics such as how to set up your business, sole-proprietorships vs. incorporation, determining fees, marketing, legal issues with clients, balancing family and work, invoicing, managing finances, websites, success evaluation, and taxes will be covered.
SC842: Optical Coating Design and Analysis for High Manufacturability
This course provides attendees with the basic principles of constructing the most practical optical coating design. The main sources of production errors are considered and estimated. Choosing appropriate monitoring strategies for successful production of optical coatings of various types is discussed. The course demonstrates how post-production optical characterization is used to increase production yield. The course presents the potential benefits of computational manufacturing as a tool for reducing production costs and raising design manufacturability.
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