Michael Orr
Product Line Manager at Coherent Inc
SPIE Involvement:
Author | Instructor
Area of Expertise:
Optical Measurement and Test , Manufacturing Support , Business Development , Bids and proposals , Hyperspectral Imaging , Custom Optical Systems
Profile Summary

Based on a deep understanding of optical theory, I am a business development professional supporting the optics industry.

My previous roles include a position with AdValue Photonics. There I supported defining and developing value propositions for 2um fiber laser products, mainly for customers in basic and applied research organizations. I also worked for Corning, in a Business Development role. My work there focused on custom reflective and refractive optical systems for visible and IR wavebands. I was also involved in hyperspectral imaging sensors product definition and development. Most of my customers were in the United States Aerospace and Defense market.

Prior to joining Corning, I worked for BAE Systems Inc. as a Sr. Optical Engineer developing production test systems for IR sensors, also providing manufacturing support high energy laser systems, and counter-measure systems.
Publications (2)

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | June 24, 2014
Proc. SPIE. 9070, Infrared Technology and Applications XL
KEYWORDS: Laser induced damage, Microscopy, Coating, Reflectivity, Laser drilling, Atomic force microscopy, Scanning electron microscopy, Aluminum, Laser damage threshold, Surface finishing

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | August 21, 2009
Proc. SPIE. 7423, Nonimaging Optics: Efficient Design for Illumination and Solar Concentration VI
KEYWORDS: Reflectors, Optical design, Light emitting diodes, LCDs, Light sources and illumination, Tolerancing, Nonimaging optics, Systems modeling, Illumination engineering, RGB color model

Course Instructor
SC1119: Subcontracting Custom Optics
This course is designed to enable engineers, sub-contract managers, program managers, and procurement professionals to maximize the value they receive from optics manufacturers. Topics will range from how to design for manufacturability, good ideas for questions to ask that will help you understand proposals, and common terms used in the industry. Some financial topics and negotiation tips will be included as well. If you are involved with buying custom optics, this course is for you.
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