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Universal Journal of Lasers, Optics, Photonics & Sensors


  • I would like to thank you first for this nice invitation at the conference LOPS 2021. The conference was very interesting, well organized and very inspiring for interaction and collaborations. I was impressed by the organization I found very efficient and flexible. The conference gave me the opportunity to present my research to a global audience creating an excellent synergy. Experience we have to do it again every year for sure! Looking forward to see you next year! 

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    • Nicolas Javahiraly, Project manager, Expert, The Sagem Defense group,  University of Strasbourg, France
  • The Universal Journal of Lasers, Optics, Photonics & Sensors is a new and exciting online journal which brings to the reader the latest advances in cutting-edge research in a timely fashion.  Its published articles have been subject to rigorous peer review, which helps maintain top quality of each issue. 

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    • Prof. Thomas F. George, Chancellor Emeritus / Professor Emeritus of Chemistry and Physics, University of Missouri-St. Louis

Author Biography

Everett Coots, Florida Institute of Technology, United States

Biography

Everett R. Coots, graduated from the Florida Institute of Technology (BSEE’93, MSSE’07, MSEM’08). He is currently a Doctoral student in systems engineering at Florida Institute of Technology. He is employed by the L3Harris Corporation located in Melbourne Florida, as a senior Antenna Systems Engineer, and head of the antenna systems department in the Space and Airborne Systems Division. Everett has over 25-years of experience in the development and verification of advanced antenna systems including phased arrays, deployable reflectors, and various aperture antennas for sea, air, land and space-based applications. Mr. Coots’ current field of study is in infrasound sensor systems, infrasound signal processing and target classification algorithms.