29 July 2002 Eye-safe lidar as an undergraduate research experience
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Agnes Scott College and the Georgia Institute of Technology are jointly developing an eye safe atmospheric lidar as a unique hands-on research experience for undergraduates, primarily undergraduate women. Students from both institutions will construct the lidar under the supervision of Agnes Scott and Georgia Tech faculty members. The engineering challenges of making lidar accessible and appropriate for undergraduates are described. The project is intended to serve as a model for other schools.
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Gary G. Gimmestad, Gary G. Gimmestad, Arthur L. Bowling, Arthur L. Bowling, David W. Roberts, David W. Roberts, John M. Stewart, John M. Stewart, Leanne L. West, Leanne L. West, Jack W. Wood, Jack W. Wood, Edward M. Patterson, Edward M. Patterson, } "Eye-safe lidar as an undergraduate research experience", Proc. SPIE 4723, Laser Radar Technology and Applications VII, (29 July 2002); doi: 10.1117/12.476410; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.476410
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