Dr. John S. Loomis|
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
University of Dayton
Dayton, OH 45469-0232
Title: Associate Professor
Location: KL 341D
Ph. D. Optical Sciences, University of Arizona, 1980
M.S. Optical Sciences, University of Arizona, 1977
M.S. Physics, University of Illinois, 1968
B.S. Physics, Case Institute of Technology, 1966
Digital and computer design, computer programs for circuit analysis and design, robotics, image analysis and machine vision, optical design and testing, computer graphics, interferometry, optical aberration theory, ellipsometry, multilayer optical coatings, and the application of computers to laboratory and industrial use.
Dr. Loomis teaches courses in digital and computer design, VLSI design, computer applications, image processing, and signal processing for the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. He also teaches in the graduate Electro-Optics program, including courses in Optical Design, Geometrical Optics, Fourier Optics, and Thin Films and Polarization. Finally, he has taught Computer Graphics, Java and Numerical Methods courses for the Computer Science Department.
Professional Affiliations: IEEE, ACM, OSA, SPIE