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The Optalysys team has been working on optical processing since 2000.

2015
Completed re-configurable, lens-less 
prototype
2014
Designed and patented alignment method for integrating multiple components
2013
Developed lens-less modular 
optics concept
2013
Shifted focus to big data and model simulations and formed Optalysys
2012
Developed reconfigurable 
optical processors
2009
Completed optical derivative processor proof of concept
2007
Built and sold “Solid block” rugged lens-less military correlators
2006
First HD
 SLMs became available in the market
2003
Developed compact Joint Transform Correlator Systems
2001
Spun out from 
Cambridge University
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New Opening: Research and Development Engineer
Optalysys is seeking a talented and enthusiastic research and development engineer to join this pioneering team.
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Bioinformatician joins Optalysys team

Optalysys welcomes bioinformatician Dr William Rowe to the team.  William will focus on the applications for Optalysys’s first commercial product which uses optical processing technology to perform genetic sequence alignment (see Project GENESYS for more information). William holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering from UMIST; examining the potential of surfactants and other multiphase materials in the […]

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December 2016 Newsletter

Welcome to the Optalysys December 2016 Newsletter – your regular update on the latest developments in optical computing.  In this edition we cover our participation at supercomputing conference SC16 in Salt Lake City, UT, USA, an announcement that we have been accepted to present a demonstration at the bioinformatics conference AGBT in February 2017 in Miami, FL, USA, […]

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Optalysys welcomes new Administrative Assistant

Millie Harrison has joined the Optalysys team as Administration Assistant.  She studied at Minsthorpe Community College (a specialist Science College) and went on to complete an apprenticeship in level 2 Business and Administration from 2014 to 2016 with a publishing company, where she was offered a permanent position. Millie’s ambition is to always achieve high standards […]

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