Edmund Optics

Marisa Edmund

With 25 years of experience working her way to the top of Edmund Optics, it pays to listen to Marisa Edmund on where she thinks the industry is going. 

‘The next big thing in our area of research involves new disruptive materials, coatings, and design principles. These allow for changes around the size and weight of imaging assemblies and open new frontiers in ultrafast laser optics,’ she said.

The Central Laser Facility’s Vulcan laser amplifier and mirror bench, R1, at STFC’s Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, 26 January 2015. Credit: Science and Technology Facilities Council

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