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NASA Goddard to Host Wavefront and AO Industry Day
Oct 2011
GREENBELT, Md., Oct. 19, 2011 — The "Can You See It Now?" campaign, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center's technology transfer initiative to bring awareness to Goddard's expertise in wavefront sensing and adaptive optics (AO) capabilities, will present the "Wavefront and Adaptive Optics Industry Day Workshop" on Thursday, Nov. 3.

The workshop will take place at the NASA Goddard campus in Greenbelt.

The purpose of the event is to familiarize attendees with specific Goddard capabilities and technologies such as the "Hybrid Diversity Algorithm" and "Visible Nulling Coronagraph." These technologies and others have been identified as having applications beyond NASA's needs and as being commercially viable.

Attendees will have the opportunity for one-on-one discussions with NASA Goddard science and engineering innovators about their technical achievements. They can also meet with technology transfer experts about licensing or partnering opportunities with the NASA Goddard Innovative Partnerships Program (IPP).

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