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From: Paul Lee2/10/2012 11:52:22 AM
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a frequent poster on Yahoo's message board put this post up yesterday. It is from a Gilder article, page three the second paragraph down on the right hand side and the link is cited below:

Terry Turpin is the Real Deal 7-Feb-12 06:23 pm
You old heads read this before but any new comers should read this Gilder article on Terry Turpins time at the NSA and Essex (Sold to Northrop)

Turpin processes images in real-time that take 20 engineers 6 months to process at Raytheon (RTN) or Lockheed (LMT). And he does it in a device about the size of a shoebox rather than on a room-sized supercomputer. A shoebox fits on a plane or missile. Until Essex, all radar imagery processed in real-time was done in 2-D, with 3-D left to the domain of science fiction writers. It certainly looks like science fiction on Turpin’s LCD. Only it’s real. The difference is eye-popping. To my untrained eyes, a 2-D radar picture of a tank looked like, well, lines. Tell me I was looking at a building or a school bus and I’d agree. Now, rotate the image in 3-D and it not only looks like a tank, it looks as if an artist drew it. After wasting hundreds of millions on large defense contractors, the military finally went to Terry and now has 3-D radar working operationally, “saving lives” and “taking the junk out of the sky to find the missile,” as the feisty Moodispaw puts it. With the surface penetrating technology of SAR (synthetic aperture radar), Terry can find bombs inside of buildings and caves. Radar technology currently used in warfare operates in a single waveform because it is easy to process. Unfortunately, it is also easy to jam. Terry is taking care of that with his advanced optical processor for missile defense.

http://www.gildertech.com/public/Samplei...

Yes, Terry Turpin is the real deal, not just some smuck spouting off gibberish.

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To: Paul Lee who wrote (1641)2/12/2012 12:18:11 PM
From: Pogeu Mahone
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Wow!

gildertech.com

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To: Paul Lee who wrote (1641)2/13/2012 12:15:55 PM
From: Peter V
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http://www.gildertech.com/public/Sampleissues/gTRDecem05.pdf

Neither of your links worked. I think this one does.

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From: caly2/14/2012 2:05:16 PM
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Lightwave Logic's Perkinamine Indigo Helps Overcome Speed Limitations in Optical Computing




By Madhubanti Rudra

TMCnet Contributor




Lightwave Logic, Inc., a start-up technology firm focused on the development of a next generation, non-linear optical polymer materials platform for applications in high speed fiber-optic tele- and data communications, announced the introduction of a new Organic Nonlinear Material called Perkinamine.

A press release revealed that the company is currently engaged in the development of Spatial Light Modulator (SLM) using Perkinamine. The use of this new material can offer a billion-fold improvement to the performances of Spatial Light Modulators, the company claimed. On completion of a working prototype, the company will commercialize the technology through a partner network.

Spatial light modulator is a device that can format information for an optical computer. A Spatial Light Modulator can be considered the heart of an optical computer in the way that a CPU is the core of a digital computer.

In a conference call with shareholders on January 25, 2012, Terry Turpin, Lightwave Logic's Optical Computing Expert discussed about the many advantages of a Spatial Light Modulator (SLM). Most of the machine intelligence applications like, facial recognition, pattern recognition and speech recognition are based on Spatial Light Modulators.

Perkinamine Indigo, which is being used in the development of SLM, has electro-optical properties (r33) in excess of 250 picometers per volt. Company CEO Jim Marcelli said that the material would place LWLG in the forefront of organic electro-optical technology. The Perkinamine Indigo will allow the companies to design modulator devices that will be able to exceed the performance of existing legacy infrastructure in both telecommunications and data communications markets.

“The progress of Optical Computing has been limited by legacy liquid crystal display (LCD) technology which while effective, can only refresh at 10 to 30 millisecond intervals. Because of the extremely fast response time of Lightwave Logic's organic nonlinear optical materials are in the range of a picoseconds (one-billionth of a second versus LCD at 10 to 30-thousands of a second), improvement in performance could be a billion-fold,” Turpin, who is a recognized expert in optical computing said in a statement.

Earlier this year Lightwave Logic appointed Fred J. Leonberger as a senior advisor to the company. Leonberger is currently the principal of EOvation Advisors, a technology and business advisory firm that he founded in 2003. He serves on the Board of Directors of several venture-funded photonics companies and has been a senior advisor at the MIT ( News - Alert) Center for Integrated Photonic Systems.



Madhubanti Rudra is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

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From: Todmohr3/9/2012 9:00:31 AM
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Just wondering if anyone has any thoughts about the enclosed news link referencing IBM's latest optical modulator technology....

Best,
Tod


finance.yahoo.com

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From: caly3/13/2012 11:14:42 PM
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To: caly who wrote (1646)4/2/2012 8:26:03 PM
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Year-End 10K filing for Lightwave Logic made today. They had a notification of late filing last week since this was actually due by March 31st. Glad to see they got the report made just a couple of days late here.

See link:
http://www.otcmarkets.com/edgar/GetFilingHtml?FilingID=8520245

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To: Zoro99 who wrote (1647)4/9/2012 1:24:28 PM
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Lightwave Logic Significantly Increases Its Cash Reserves

NEWARK, Del., April 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Lightwave Logic, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: LWLG), a technology company focused on the development of a Next Generation Non Linear Optical Polymer Materials Platform for applications in high speed fiber-optic data communications and optical computing, announced today that it has significantly increased its cash reserves.

Lightwave Logic's Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ending 2011, filed on April 2, 2012, disclosed that during the period January 1, 2012 through April 2, 2012, the company issued an aggregate of 2,299,849 shares of its common stock pursuant to equity sales, warrant and stock option exercises in exchange for cash proceeds of $3,419,398. As of April 2, 2012 the Company's cash position was $3,194,810.

Lightwave Logic's new cash position has enabled its auditors to not include a going concern opinion in their audit report issued to the company, which is contained in the company's Annual Report on Form 10-K. The going concern consideration required by Generally Accepted Accounting Standards SAS No. 59 requires an auditor to evaluate whether there is substantial doubt about an entity's ability to continue as a going concern.

Jim Marcelli, Lightwave Logic's Chief Executive Officer, stated, "The absence of a going concern opinion for the first time in the history of our company is a significant achievement for us as a pre-revenue development stage entity. With $3,194,810 in cash on April 2, 2012, we believe we currently have sufficient cash on hand to fund our operations through September 2013."

"Powered by Lightwave Logic"
Lightwave Logic, Inc. is a development stage company that is producing prototype electro-optic demonstration devices and is moving toward commercialization of its high-activity, high-stability organic polymers for applications in electro-optical device markets. Electro-optical devices convert data from electric signals into optical signals for use in high-speed fiber-optic telecommunications systems and optical computers. For further information about Lightwave Logic, visit our website at: www.lightwavelogic.com or at: facebook.com.

Safe Harbor Statement
The information posted in this release may contain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. You can identify these statements by use of the words "may," "will," "should," "plans," "explores," "expects," "anticipates," "continue," "estimate," "project," "intend," and similar expressions. Forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those projected or anticipated. These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, general economic and business conditions, effects of continued geopolitical unrest and regional conflicts, competition, changes in technology and methods of marketing, delays in completing various engineering and manufacturing programs, changes in customer order patterns, changes in product mix, continued success in technological advances and delivering technological innovations, shortages in components, production delays due to performance quality issues with outsourced components, and various other factors beyond the Company's control.

For Further Information Contact:



Steven Cordovano

Lightwave Logic

203-952-6373

steve@lightwavelogic.com

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To: Zoro99 who wrote (1648)4/23/2012 10:50:45 AM
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University of Arizona to Perform Additional Advanced Optical Measurements on Lightwave Logic's Perkinamine Indigo(TM)

University Observes Intriguing Effects in Initial Tests

NEWARK, Del., April 23, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Lightwave Logic, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: LWLG), a technology company focused on the development of a Next Generation Non Linear Optical Polymer Materials Platform for applications in high speed fiber-optic data communications and optical computing, announced today that tests continue to be conducted at the University of Arizona to further validate previous results demonstrated at the University of Colorado and Photon-X, both of whom measured an electro-optical effect of greater than 250 picometers per volt at 1550-nanometers using the conventional Teng-Man testing protocol.

The University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences has observed some intriguing effects in their initial measurements and would like to do further research to better understand the origin of Perkinamine Indigo's(TM) response by analyzing two additional material coefficients: the electro-optic coefficient r13 and the piezoelectric coefficient d33 in an effort to accurately determine the total contribution from electro-optic coefficient r33. This will require new material samples aligned in a different geometry that is more conducive to the University's technical requirements to support their Mach-Zehnder interferometry test method.

Jim Marcelli, Lightwave Logic's Chief Executive Officer commented, "We are pleased that Dr. Norwood has observed an unusual response in our material and looks forward to a more in-depth analysis of all the previous electro-optic coefficient measurements made. Meanwhile, we continue to test Perkinamine Indigo(TM) using the standard Teng-Man method at Photon-X and CU Boulder with promising results. Our internal development effort on the balance of our Perkinamine(TM) family of chromophores is moving forward as planned. We continue to work with our major microelectronics company and large system supplier through the continued testing."

Dr. Louis Glasgow, Lightwave's Chief Technology Officer stated, "While Dr. Norwood's group attempted to utilize the existing material samples in order to have a direct comparison with earlier measurements, these were not compatible with the technical specifications of the new Arizona testing procedure.

"We have agreed to reconfigure the material and provide them new samples that will satisfy their new testing protocol. We anticipate that this may take us at least one month to complete. We are continuing our effort to deepen our understanding of Perkinamine Indigo's(TM) unusual properties to further our general effort to commercialize devices built around our entire family of advanced organic nonlinear optical polymers."

"Powered by Lightwave Logic"

Lightwave Logic, Inc. is a development stage company that is producing prototype electro-optic demonstration devices and is moving toward commercialization of its high-activity, high-stability organic polymers for applications in electro-optical device markets. Electro-optical devices convert data from electric signals into optical signals for use in high-speed fiber-optic telecommunications systems and optical computers. Please visit the Company's website, www.lightwavelogic.com for more information.

Safe Harbor Statement

The information posted in this release may contain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. You can identify these statements by use of the words "may," "will," "should," "plans," "explores," "expects," "anticipates," "continue," "estimate," "project," "intend," and similar expressions. Forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those projected or anticipated. These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, general economic and business conditions, effects of continued geopolitical unrest and regional conflicts, competition, changes in technology and methods of marketing, delays in completing various engineering and manufacturing programs, changes in customer order patterns, changes in product mix, continued success in technological advances and delivering technological innovations, shortages in components, production delays due to performance quality issues with outsourced components, and various other factors beyond the Company's control.



For Further Information Contact:
Steven Cordovano
Lightwave Logic
203-952-6373
steve@lightwavelogic.com


SOURCE Lightwave Logic, Inc.

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To: Zoro99 who wrote (1649)4/25/2012 6:20:12 PM
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Optical Measurements on Lightwave Logic's Perkinamine Indigo to Continue

Published on April 25, 2012 at 5:27 AM
By Andy Choi

Lightwave Logic, a technology company recently declared that the University of Arizona will continue to carry out further tests to verify and confirm the former results presented at Photon-X and the University of Colorado.

The outcome results demonstrated the measurement of an electro-optical effect to be greater than 250 pm/V at 1550-nm based on a conventional Teng-Man testing protocol.

From the initial measurements, the University of Arizona, College of Optical Science researchers have discovered certain significant effects, which motivated them for additional research. Further researches will enable scientists to resolve the way in which Perkinamine Indigo’s response was originated. Analysis of two additional material coefficients that include the piezoelectric coefficient d33 and the electro-optic coefficient r13 facilitated the determination of the overall contribution derived from electro-optic coefficient r33. New material samples, when lined-up in a different geometry will ensure a more precise Mach-Zehnder interferometry test method using the University's technical requirements.

According to, Lightwave Logic's Chief Executive Officer, Jim Marcelli the observation of material by Dr. Norwood contributes to a more detailed analysis of all the electro-optic coefficient measurements that were formerly carried out. Based on the standard Teng-Man method, further validation on Perkinamine Indigo at Photon-X and CU Boulder, ensures encouraging results. The internal development effort on balancing its Perkinamine family of chromophores has shown further progress. This continued validation testing has involved and improved communication between its major microelectronics company and large system supplier.

Source: http://www.lightwavelogic.com/

Article Link:
http://www.azooptics.com/News.aspx?newsID=15441

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