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About John Loomis

Dr. Loomis teaches courses in VLSI design, computer applications, image processing, and signal processing for the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. He also teaches in the graduate Electro-Optics program, including courses in Optical Design, Geometrical Optics, and Thin Films and Polarization. Finally, he teaches Computer Graphics, Java and Numerical Methods courses for the Computer Science Department.

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Optical design and testing, computer graphics, machine vision and image analysis, interferometry, optical aberration theory, ellipsometry, multilayer optical coatings, and the application of computers to laboratory and industrial use.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:
• Association for Computing Machinery
• Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
• Optical Society of America
• The International Society for Optical Engineers

Positions

2002 Present Associate Professor, University of Dayton Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Education

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1980 PhD, University of Arizona ‐ Optics Science
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1977 MS, University of Arizona ‐ Optics Science
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1968 MS, University of Illinois ‐ Physics
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1966 BS, Case Institute of Technology ‐ Physics
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Contact Information

Location: Kettering Laboratories Room 341D
Phone: 937-229-3981

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