Advanced Technologies Group

 

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The WVHTC Foundation’s Advanced Technologies Group (ATG) performs basic &
applied research and advanced development projects in physics, electrical
engineering, computer science, and related fields for government and industrial
customers. Working in state-of-the art laboratories in the Robert H. Mollohan
Research Center, this multi-disciplinary group of scientists and engineers
works closely with university researchers, industrial partners, and government
customers to perform ground-breaking research and develop leading-edge
technologies.

ATG is the scientific research arm of the WVHTC Foundation, with a highly-trained
staff of experienced engineers and PhD scientists, working together to solve
challenging problems and develop new technologies. The group’s efforts are
currently divided into four technical focus areas: Optics and Photonics, Data
Analysis and Signal Processing, Power Electronics and Electromagnetics, and
Space Weather and Theoretical Plasma Physics.

ATG Laboratory facilities include a Photonics Lab, Laser Lab, Power Electronics
Lab, Wide-Area Surveillance Lab, Chemistry Lab, Electronics Shop, and Machine
Shop. 

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