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Duncan T. Moore

Rudolf & Hilda Kingslake Professor Of Optical Engineering
Arts, Sciences, and Engineering

Department of Institute Of Optics

Areas of expertise: Optical Engineering, Lens Design, Manufacturing, & Gradient-Index Optics

Press contact:
Peter Iglinski
585.273.4726

Related Links:
Duncan Moore Homepage

GRIN Group

Center for Entrepreneurship


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Biography
Duncan Moore was Associate Director for Technology in The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy from 1997 to 2000. He advised the President on U.S. technology policy, including the Next Generation Internet, Clean Car Initiative, National Nanotechnology Initiative, ElderTech, and CrimeTech. Moore's major areas of research are in gradient-index materials, computer-aided design, the manufacture of optical systems, medical optics, and optical instrumentation.