Jonathan Klamkin and Larry Coldren, both in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and affiliated with the Optoelectronics Technologies Center (OTC), have received one of twelve highly competitive NASA research awards to produce low-SWaP integrated micro-photonic circuits for satellite-based Lidar applications. The three-year award is part of the space agency’s $14 million Advanced Component Technology Program. Klamkin and Coldren and teamed up with renowned engineers and scientists from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) to develop this technology for mapping Earth’s carbon dioxide.

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