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SPIE Professional testing file 2012

SPIE Pro offers online advertising

Yes, we really do!

By Kathy Sheehan and Lara Miles

Photonics for a better world

SPIE Professional magazine now offers online advertising. Come and get it.

This is a test file to see how the advertiser logos would look. What do you think? This is a test file to see how the advertiser logos look. What do you think?

The advertisers shown on this page are not necessarily SPIE Professional advertisers. This is just a test with a randomly selected group of logos we found. This is just a test.

This is a test file to see how the advertiser logos look. What do you think? This is a test file to see how the advertiser logos look. What do you think? This is a test file to see how the advertiser logos look. What do you think?

I think it looks mighty fine. Would you like to advertise in SPIE Professional magazine?

This is a test file to see how the advertiser logos look. What do you think? This is a test file to see how the advertiser logos look. What do you think? This is a test file to see how the advertiser logos look. What do you think?

I think it looks mighty fine.

This is a test file to see how the advertiser logos look. What do you think? This is a test file to see how the advertiser logos look. What do you think? This is a test file to see how the advertiser logos look. What do you think?

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I think it looks mighty fine. Yes, I do.

This is a test file to see how the advertiser logos look. What do you think? This is a test file to see how the advertiser logos look. What do you think? This is a test file to see how the advertiser logos look. What do you think?

I think it looks mighty fine. It's where the xyzing take place.

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DOI: 10.1117/2.42012---xxxxxxx01.08

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About the CLF

The Central Laser Facility, which houses several of the most advanced laser systems in the world, is operated by the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory near Oxford, UK.

The national facility was formed in 1975 to provide laser facilities for the benefit of the UK's scientific community, with the user program commencing in 1977.

photo of laserThe CLF employs about 120 staff and its facilities are regularly accessed by scientists from all over the world.

Its scientists lead the High Power laser for Energy Research (HiPER) project and are key players in the European Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) program and LaserLab-Europe.

Scientific teams at CLF support both experimental and theoretical research. For instance the plasma physics experiments carried out on Vulcan and Gemini receive strong support from the in-house Plasma Physics group which provides computational and theoretical support to ensure the effective utilization of its facility resources.