Dr. James Hadaway Principal Research Scientist IV, S2, CAO Contact 301 Sparkman DriveOptics BuildingRoom 400QHuntsville, AL 35899 Campus Map email@example.com Biography Over 30 years of experience in optical systems design, fabrication, and testing. Principal Investigator for research projects totaling over $7M, with sponsors from NASA, DOD, and industry. Have designed reflective telescopes & collimators, infrared missile seekers & scene projectors, and an orbiting Earth imaging system. Supervised the optical fabrication efforts of the CAO for over 10 years, including mirrors, molds, and infrared optics. Have performed/led the testing of prototype systems, flight components & systems, military systems, and ophthalmic optics. Education Ph.D. 2004 The University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, AL, Optical Science & Engineering, Advisor: J. Geary, Dissertation: “MTF Testing for the Assessment of Spectacle Lens Image Quality and the Relationship to Visual Acuity” M.S. 1987 The Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, Applied Physics B.S. 1984 The Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, Applied Physics Honors & Awards US6,072,570 (2000), "Image Quality Mapper for Progressive Eyeglasses," Chipman, R. A., Drewes, J. J., Hadaway, J. B. UAH 2017 University Distinguished Researcher of the Year Award Recent Publications J. Hadaway, C. Wells, G. Olczak, M. Waldman, T. Whitman, J. Cosentino, M. Zarella, M. Connolly, D. Chaney, and R. Telfer, “Performance of the center-of-curvature optical assembly during cryogenic testing of the James Webb Space Telescope”, Proc. SPIE 10698, 1069803 (2018). C. Wells, J. Hadaway, G. Olczak, J. Cosentino, J. Johnston, T. Whitman, M. Connolly, D. Chaney, S. Knight, and R. Telfer, “Characterization of the JWST Pathfinder mirror dynamics using the center-of-curvature optical assembly (COCOA)," Proc. SPIE 9904, 990440 (2016). J. Hadaway, C. Wells, G. Olczak, M. Waldman, T. Whitman, J. Cosentino, M. Connolly, D. Chaney, and R. Telfer, “Performance of the primary mirror center-of-curvature optical metrology system during cryogenic testing of the JWST Pathfinder telescope," Proc. SPIE 9904, 99044E (2016). D. Chaney, J. Hadaway, J. Lewis, B. Gallagher, and B. Brown, “Cryogenic performance of the JWST primary mirror segment engineering development unit”, Proc. SPIE 8150, 815008 (2011). J. Hadaway, D. Chaney, and L. Carey, “The optical metrology system for cryogenic testing of the JWST primary mirror segments”, Proc. SPIE 8126, 81260P (2011). J. Hadaway, R. Eng, J. Speed, and J. Marzouk, “Preliminary evaluation of the vibration environment within JSC Chamber A using a simultaneous phase-shifting interferometer,” Proc. SPIE 6265, 62653G (2006). J. Hadaway and P. Reardon, “Unique Aspects of Designing and Tolerancing an Optical Testing System,” Proc. of SPIE Vol. 5523, 1-11 (2004). J. Hadaway, R. Eng, P. Stahl, J. Carpenter, J. Kegley, and W. Hogue, “Cryogenic Performance of Lightweight SiC and C/SiC Mirrors,” Proc. of SPIE Vol. 5487, 1018-1029 (2004). D. Chaney, R. Brown, S. Kendrick, P. Reardon, J. Hadaway, J. Carpenter, and R. Eng, “Results of the Beryllium AMSD Mirror Cryogenic Optical Testing,” Proc. of SPIE Vol. 5487, 833-841 (2004). J. Hadaway, P. Reardon, J. Geary, D. Hochmuth, P. Stahl, and R. Eng, “Cryogenic Quilting or Printthrough of Various Light-weight Mirrors,” Proc. of SPIE Vol. 5180, (2003).