Electromagnetics, high-energy lasers, imaging systems, nano electronic materials and circuitry, nonlinear optics, multiferroics
With our DoD partners, UES has established leadership in the research and development of photonic and electronic technologies. Our current areas of focus include electro-optic modulators, multiferroics, nanoelectronics, plasmonics, and metamaterials. That leadership also extends to laser-materials interaction testing and survivability development helping to protect both air and space-based sensors, personnel, and structures. An additional benefit of our laser-materials interaction testing is the study of materials' performance in high temperature environments. Controlled laser heating coupled with operationally significant environmental simulation provides valuable data to high temperature materials developers.
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Part of the Photonic and Electronic Technologies Division, the Laser Hardened Materials Evaluation Laboratory (LHMEL) provides high temperature materials characterization performance data to the United States Air Force, The Department of Defense, NASA, and commercial industry customers.