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bio1.jpg Daniel G. Smith has been with Nikon Research Corporation of America since 2004 where he works on a wide variety of optical engineering problems that usually require a good deal of physical optics to solve. He received a BS in Mathematics and Physics from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. He received a PhD in Optical Sciences from the University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences where he enjoyed the privilege of being a Kodak Fellow and recipient of the Arthur G. DeBell Memorial Scholarship. He also serves as co-chair of the Physical Optics conference within the SPIE Optical Systems Design symposium.

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