This presentation focuses on the applications of my research rather than on the science, the content is summarized as follows:
Nonlinear optical materials are electromagnetic (i.e. light) frequency modulating compounds synthesized and engineered for use in technology such as Lasers (Medical, Optical/Electronics data (CD's, DVD's), Spectroscopy), Fiber optic devices, telecom devices, and any other piece of equipment with a function of changing the frequency of a signal of light. The class of materials I synthesized at this university is extremely useful and is sold to a multi-billion dollar global market demand. These materials are extremely high quality optically active compounds, and were synthesized on a nearly nonexistent budget and under standard conditions (atmospheric pressure, room temperature, neutral pH). This research is cutting edge, and is a step into the future of optoelectronics materials synthesis and engineering, whose products will generate significant revenue for the university... or rather the state.