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SPIE Names Mark Neifeld 2014 Fellow:

Professor Mark A. Neifeld, who holds a joint appointment in electrical and computer engineering and optical sciences, has been named a 2014 SPIE fellow. SPIE is the International Society for Optics and Photonics. More>

 

 


UA Leads Multi-University Team in Optical Computing Research:

With a recent $7.5 million U.S. Department of Defense award, electrical and computer engineering professor Mark Neifeld, who has a joint appointment in Optical Sciences, is leading a Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative, or MURI, project to identify creative solutions that overcome limitations in digital electronic computing.  More>

 

 


DHS Awards Mark Neifeld Team $3.7 Million to Advance Detection of Bombs in Aircraft Baggage:

Neifeld and his multidisciplinary team have been awarded $3.7 million, in two separate proposals, from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to advance X-ray detection of explosives, especially emerging homemade bombs, in checked baggage aboard commercial aircraft.  More>

 

 


Two Faculty Members on Team for Multimillion-Dollar Quantum Key Encryption System for Navy:

Six researchers at four universities, including the UA College of Engineering’s Mark Neifeld and Ivan Djordjevic, have won a multimillion-dollar Department of Defense award to explore quantum key encryption methods far more advanced than cryptography technology in use today.  More>


 


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