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  Laser Symposium: November 6th, 1999  
 


Images of the medical laser demonstration:

Joe Gerencher, Hong Sun, and a technician (right) transport the medical laser into the Collier Hall of Science.
Joe Gerencher, Hong Sun, and a technician (right) transport the medical laser into the Collier Hall of Science.
Dr. David Vasily, removing a mole from his technician's face.
Dr. David Vasily, removing a mole from his technician's face.

Dr. David Vasily, showing the operation of the medical laser.

Images of the laser construction workshop for high school teachers:

Joe Gerencher, Hong Sun, and a technician (right) transport the medical laser into the Collier Hall of Science.
Joe Powlette (right) discussing the laser construction process with Pat Callahan and Carl Salter (left).
Dr. David Vasily, removing a mole from his technician's face.
The laser (and other optics) components, pre-construction.

The laser, post-construction.

Ed Roeder (right), discussing some fine points with symposium attendee and alumni, Jason Sibbach.

Symposium speakers:

Joe Gerencher, Hong Sun, and a technician (right) transport the medical laser into the Collier Hall of Science.
Joe Powlette, welcoming attendees to the Symposium.
Dr. David Vasily, removing a mole from his technician's face.
Students, waiting for the featured speakers to present their talks.

Moravian College alumni Meaghan Leahy ('99), discussing nonlinear optics.
Joe Gerencher, Hong Sun, and a technician (right) transport the medical laser into the Collier Hall of Science.
Carl Salter, looking shocked.
Dr. David Vasily, removing a mole from his technician's face.
Chad Weiler, discussing the magneto-optical Kerr effect (MOKE).

Benjamin A. DeGraff, of James Madison University, discussing "Lasers: The Quiet Revolution".
Joe Gerencher, Hong Sun, and a technician (right) transport the medical laser into the Collier Hall of Science.
Dr. David Vasily, talking on "Medical Applications of Lasers".
Dr. David Vasily, removing a mole from his technician's face.
Laurie Sibbach, discussing sodium-potassium triplet states.

Paul Wiener (V.P. of Continuum Biomedical), talking on "Lasers in the Next Century".

More symposium pictures:

Joe Gerencher, Hong Sun, and a technician (right) transport the medical laser into the Collier Hall of Science.
Joe Gerencher, talking with some student participants.
Dr. David Vasily, removing a mole from his technician's face.
Students, waiting for the symposium to get under way.

High school student workshop.

Students, chowing down at the lunch break.
Joe Gerencher, Hong Sun, and a technician (right) transport the medical laser into the Collier Hall of Science.
Teachers, doing likewise.
Dr. David Vasily, removing a mole from his technician's face.
Coffee and bagels, anyone?

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