Jeff Odhner graduated from Ohio State University with a BSEE and the University of Central Florida with an MSEE. He has over 25 years experience in the design and building of electro-optical systems with a career that centered on laser, sensor, and night vision systems. He founded Odhner Holographics in 1983 and continues to operate it part time until 2012 at which time it became a full time business. His career started at a small laser measurement company in Columbus, Ohio. From there he went to Martin Marietta (Lockheed Martin), Westinghouse Electro-Optics (Northrop Grumman) and Sanders Corporation (BAE Systems) designing, building and testing a wide variety of laser and electro-optic sensor systems from UV to the far-IR. At Corning Intellisense, a MEMS company concentrating on telecommunications, he designed and built test stations for evaluating micro-mirror arrays and other MEMS based products. As a senior principal electro-optics systems engineer in the Advanced Technology Group at BAE Systems in Merrimack, New Hampshire, he worked on a space based laser radar, satellite communication systems, and fiber pumped IR lasers. His last employer was Optics 1 where he brought in contract money to support his invention of a long range gunfire ID and position sensor. One of his more notable accomplishments is that Mr. Odhner is the father of two lovely and talented children.
An accurate modeling, simulation, and analysis tool for predicting and estimating Raman LIDAR system performance
A model and simulation to predict the performance of angle-angle-range 3D flash LADAR imaging sensor systems
A model and simulation to predict the performance of angle-angle-range 3D flash ladar imaging sensor systems