It was fantastic to see old friends today at the monthly luncheon (Held the first Wednesday of every month, 11:30am, at… Read more Photos from the SBRC Retirees Lunch today
Keith was a good guy. He was skilled, he was friendly, and he would make work pleasant. In growth years… Read more Remember Keith Coulter
Norman Stevens was born in 1920, and had a wonderful career as an applied physicist. In this book I (Janet,… Read more Norm Stevens Biography
In the mid-60’s Norm Stevens developed an antimony-bismuth thermopile detector for an intrusion alarm concept for use in Vietnam. I… Read more Norm Stevens – Development of the Thermopile Detector
Over the years at SBRC I was amused by speculating how well my colleagues were able to manage data; that… Read more How Neat is Your Desk?
By Paul LoVecchio, Paul Norton, and Robert L. Strauss In many ways, Professor Henry Levinstein was the patron saint of infrared detectors… Read more Professor Henry Levinstein of Syracuse University and his impact on infrared detectors in the U.S.
I was hired into the SBRC Electro-Optical Instrumentation Optics Department in June 1978 by Jim Young. Jim told me during… Read more Craig Kent
Missile Testing at Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands, and the PRESS Project The first project that I was assigned to after… Read more Larry Long