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Phase-locked laser system

  1. Nov 9, 2008 #1


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    I'm a physics students and I'm in my Final Year now. The title of my final year project is phase-locked laser system. I have quite some fun playing around with the mirrors, lens and laser stuff.

    I'm interested in doing my phd in photonics related area. I'm not sure whether I should go for phd in EEE or physics. However, I am curious are there any difference between the photonics offered by physics division and those offered by EEE?
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  3. Nov 9, 2008 #2
    Re: Photonics

    Why not directly do a photonics Ph.D.? The only ones I'm familiar with are Institute of Optics at Rochester and CREOL at Central Florida. I'm pretty sure there's others, as well.
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