Director of the DOE Office of Science visits Scarlet Laser Lab and DiMauro Attosecond Lab
The Department of Physics was pleased to host a visit by Director of the Office of Science in the U.S. Department of Energy, Dr. Christopher Fall, on Tuesday June 18. This visit was requested by Dr. Fall as part of a visit to Columbus and facilitated by OSU Office of Government Affairs, Office of Research and College of Engineering.
Our chair, Dr. Brian Winer, participated in the introductory and wrap-up sessions along with College of Engineering Associate Dean for Research Dr. Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska, representatives from OSU Government Relations and faculty from the departments of Materials Science and Engineering and Chemistry and BioChemistry.
Tours of the Scarlet Laser Lab and Prof. DiMauro’s Attosecond Lab were provided by Prof. Douglass Schumacher and Postdoc Dr. Tim Scarborough along with graduate students from both groups. Dr. Gerald Frankel also provided a tour of his lab in Watts Hall.
Prior to becoming director of the DOE Office of Science, Dr. Fall was principal deputy director of the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E).