Scarlet Laser Facility to become part of LaserNetUS
A new research network called LaserNetUS is being funded by the U.S. Department of Energy. The Scarlet Laser Facility in the Department of Physics at OSU will receive $1 million to fund its part of the work. LaserNetUS will provide U.S. scientists increased access to the unique high-intensity laser facilities at nine institutions: Ohio State, Colorado State University, University of Michigan, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, University of Texas at Austin, University of Rochester, and the SLAC, LAwrence Berkeley and LAwrence Livermore National Laboratories.
Congratulations to co-directors Prof. Douglas Schumacher and Prof. Linn Van Woerkom and their team!