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20 January 1976 Fundamentals Of Infrared - A Review
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Since the summer of 1959 a one-week intensive course on Fundamentals of Infrared Technology has been offered through the Engineering Summer Conferences, College of Engineering, University of Michigan. That first course was presented by five faculty members* from the Willow Run Laboratories, all of whom are still active in this and/or closely related fields. William Wolfe and I were co-chairman of that course for several years. The course is still given now under the chairmanship of A. J. LaRocca with lecturers largely from ERIM, formerly the Willow Run Laboratories of the University of Michigan. Prof. Wolfe is an active participant.
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George J. Zissis "Fundamentals Of Infrared - A Review", Proc. SPIE 0062, Modern Utilization of Infrared Technology I, (20 January 1976); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.954436
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