Dr. Damon Diehl
Owner, DIEHL Research Grant Services at Launch Team Inc
SPIE Involvement:
Education Committee | Author | Instructor
Area of Expertise:
Holography , Mathematical Modeling , Proposal-Writing , Teaching , Wave Optics
Publications (5)

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | December 18, 2012
Proc. SPIE. 8550, Optical Systems Design 2012
KEYWORDS: Refractive index, Optical design, Prisms, Beam splitters, Polarization, Interferometers, 3D modeling, Optical testing, Freeform optics, Prototyping

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | May 21, 2011
Proc. SPIE. 8016, Window and Dome Technologies and Materials XII
KEYWORDS: Beam splitters, Metrology, Optical spheres, Scanners, Interfaces, 3D modeling, Optical testing, Refraction, Freeform optics, Surface finishing

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | April 28, 2009
Proc. SPIE. 7302, Window and Dome Technologies and Materials XI
KEYWORDS: Beam splitters, Metrology, Interferometers, Glasses, Scanners, 3D modeling, Optical testing, Photoresist materials, Domes, Freeform optics

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | May 14, 2007
Proc. SPIE. 10316, Optifab 2007: Technical Digest

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | May 2, 2007
Proc. SPIE. 6545, Window and Dome Technologies and Materials X
KEYWORDS: Monochromatic aberrations, Coherence (optics), Interferometers, Optical coherence tomography, Interferometry, Wavefronts, Optical testing, Domes, Missiles, Wavefront metrology

Course Instructor
WS1058: Grant Writing from the Ground Up
All research requires funding. That truth means that proposal writing is an essential skill for all scientists and engineers, whether in academia or industry. Unfortunately, most early career professionals are uncomfortable “selling” their research. This workshop addresses “grant phobia” by teaching attendees how to align research with funding opportunities, develop firm project plans, and communicate effectively to reviewers. Attendees leave the course with the skill to build quality proposals that are compelling and convincing.
SC1170: The Very Least You Need To Know About Optics
This course is tailored to the thousands of professionals working in the optics industry who are not engineers. The curriculum develops a foundational understanding of the core principles of optics by relying on visual examples rather than mathematics. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to follow the thread of most technical optical presentations, and they will be well-positioned to study more specialized topics related to specific industries. The class size is limited to 20 participants. <strong>Early registration is recommended.</strong>
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