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Zenghu Chang is a laser researcher in the Physics department at the University of Central Florida who is an author and coauthor of over 350 articles which carry the h-index of 39. His team developed the world's shortest laser pulse in 2013 and was given $6.9 million from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency in the U.S. to strengthen the pulses for ultrafast sensors. He is partnering with researchers from other Universities on the project.
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