|MZA Dayton Update|
MZA established its Dayton-area office in the suburb of Centerville. Location and contact information can be found on MZA's web pages. In addition to Drs. Whiteley and Magee, the Dayton office has added new staff members.
Mrs. Amy Ngwele has two years experience with anchoring wave-optics results from WaveTrain to adaptive optics system performance scaling codes. She is a contributing author to the Matlab-based scaling codes ATMTools, EngagementTools, SHaRE, and SCALE. Mrs. Ngwele earned a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering with an emphasis in Optics from the University of Michigan, and a Bachelor of Science in Physics and Mathematics from King College in Bristol, Tennessee.
Mr. Joe Riley has performed simulation and analysis of complex optical systems for more than eight years. He is an expert WaveTrain user who has provided significant support to advanced tracking and adaptive optics systems. He also has extensive experience in the area of synthetic scene generation for both passive and active applications. Mr. Riley earned an M.S. in Electro-Optics from the University of Dayton and a B.S. in Physics from Notre Dame.