Optical Engineering is the study of using optical systems to capture, manipulate and detect certain physical properties, usually from images / videos. The Design Engineer working within this field will design and build optical systems with the purpose of measuring particular signatures from potential clients. These engineers will apply their knowledge of optics to develop real world solutions that can fully utilize microscope imaging technologies, provide visual feedback in various industries (nuclear, security, biomedical and environmental) and combine technology-driven physics with specialized imaging techniques to deliver ultra-precise technical results.
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- Developing mathematical models for calculating optical properties of certain physical systems
- Constructing antenna array systems for analyzing electro-magnetic processes
- Producing light weight, 70x binocular convex lens systems for drones
- Implementing AI algorithms to strengthen hybrid wireless networks
- Performing wavelength assignments and graph coloring to optimize routing methods
- Analyzing plant nitrogen levels through image analytics techniques
- Drawing equations with Matlab scripting language
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