Professor Donald C. O'Shea received his P.
Professor Donald C. in Physics from Johns Hopkins and currently teaches at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He was awarded the Esther Hoffman Beller Award by OSA for "excellence in the field of optics education" in part for the Optics Discovery Kit he created for use in precollege education.
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Donald C. O'Shea, American physicist, educator, optical engineer. Achievements include creation of the optics discovery kit for children; 3 patents in optical design. Fellow International Society Optical Engineering (secretary 1997, vice president 1999, president 2000), Optical Society of America (Esther Hoffman Beller award 1996). An Introduction to Lasers and Their Applications. 55090/?tag prabook0b-20.
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