Patents

Bob Maurer, Don Keck and Peter Schultz shortly after announcing the first low loss optical fibers made in 1970.

Bob Maurer, Don Keck and Peter Schultz shortly after announcing the first low loss optical fibers made in 1970.

PETER C. SCHULTZ
UNITED STATES PATENTS

1. 3,492,237; Jan. 27, 1970; GLASS COMPOSITION CONTAINING LITHIUM FERRITE CRYSTALS. Peter C. Schultz – Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.

2. 3,630,911; Dec. 28, 1971, LEAD FERRITE GLASS-CERAMIC ARTICLES AND METHOD OF MAKING ARTICLES. Peter C. Schultz – Corning Glass
Works, Corning, New York.

3. 3,659,915; May 2, 1972, FUSED SILICA OPTICAL WAVEGUIDES. R. D. Maurer, P. C. Schultz – Corning Glass Works, Corning, New York.

4. 3,690,855; Sep. 12, 1972, METHOD FOR PRODUCING Ti02-Si02 GLASSES~ Peter C. Schultz – Corning Glass Works, Corning, New-York.

5. 3,711,262; Jan. 16 , 9173, METHOD OF PRODUCING OPTICAL WAVEGUIDE FIBERS. D. B. Keck, P.C. Schultz, F. Zimar, Corning Glass
Work, Corning, New York.

6. 3,737,292; June 5, 1973, METHOD OF FORMING OPTICAL WAVEGUIDE FIBERS. D. B. Keck, P. C. Schultz, F. Zimar – Corning Glass Works, Corning, New York.

7. 3,785,722; Jan. 15, 1974, USE OF Si02-Nb205 and/or Ta205 GLASSES AS ULTRAVIOLET FILTERS. Peter C. Schultz – Corning Glass Works,
Corning, New York.

8. 3,801,294; April 2, 1974, METHOD OF PRODUCING GLASS. P. C. Schultz, F. W. Voorhees – Corning Glass Works, Corning, New York.

9. 3,806,223; April 23, 1974, PLANAR OPTICAL WAVEGUIDE. D. B. Keck, Peter C. Schultz – Corning Glass Works, Corning, New York.

10. 3,806,570; April 23, 1974, METHOD FOR PRODUCING HIGH QUALITY FUSED SILICA. J. S. Flamenbaum, Peter C. Schultz, F. W. Voorhees –
Corning Glass Works, Corning, New York.

11. RE 28,029; June 4, 1974, METHOD OF FORMING OPTICAL WAVEGUIDE FIBERS. D. B. Keck, Peter C. Schultz, F. Zimar – Corning Glass Works, Corning, New York.

12. 3,826,560; June 4, 1974, METHOD OF FORMING A LIGHT FOCUSING FIBER WAVEGUIDE. Peter C. Schultz – Corning Glass Works, Corning, New York

13. 3,848,152; Nov. 12, 1974, ELECTRIC LAMP HAVING A FUSED SILICAGLASS ENVELOPE. Peter C. Schultz – Corning Glass Works, Corning, New York.

14. 3,859,073; Jan. 7, 1975, METHOD OF PRODUCING GLASS BY FLAME HYDROLYSIS. Peter C. Schultz – Corning Glass Works, corning, New York.

15. 3,864,113; Feb. 4, 1975, METHOD OF PRODUCING GLASS BY FLAME HYDROLYSIS. W. H. Dumbaugh, Peter C. Schultz – Corning Glass Works, Corning, New York.

16. 3,844,550; May 20, 1975, GERMANIA CONTAINING OPTICAL WAVEGUIDE. R. D. Maurer, Peter C. Schultz – Corning Glass Works, Corning, New York.

17. 3,962,515; June 8, 1976, STRENGTHENED COMPOSITE GLASS ARTICLE AND METHOD OF PRODUCTION. W. H. Dumbaugh, Peter C. Schultz –Corning Glass Works, Corning, New York.

18. 4,042,404; Aug. 16, 1977, FUSED P20? TYPE GLASSES. Peter C. Schultz – Corning Glass Works, Corning, New York.

19. 4,203,744; Jan. 2, 1979, METHOD OF MAKING NITROGEN-DOPED GRADED INDEX OPTICAL WAVEGUIDES. R. R. Wusirika, Peter C. Schultz -Corning Glass Works,-Corning, New York.

20. 4,203,472; Oct. 28, 1980; METHOD OF FORMING A SUBSTANTIALLY CONTINUOUS OPTICAL WAVEGUIDE. Peter C. Schultz – Corning.

21. 4,263,031; Apr. 21, 1981, METHOD OF PRODUCING GLASS OPTICAL FILAMENTS. Peter C. Schultz – Corning Glass Works, Corning, New
York.

22. 4,363,647; Dec. 14, 1982, METHOD OF MAKING FUSED SILICA CONTAINING MATERIAL. D. L. Bachman, Peter C. Schultz – Corning Glass Works, Corning, New York.

23. 4,378,987; Apr. 5, 1983, LOW TEMPERATURE METHOD FOR MAKING OPTICAL FIBERS. S. B. Miller, Peter C. Schultz – Corning Glass Works, Corning, New York.

24. 4,554,197; Nov. 19, 1985, FIBER REINFORCED GLASS/GLASS-CERAMIC MIRROR BLANKS. Peter C. Schultz – Corning Glass Works, Corning, New York.

25. APPLICATION ALLOWED 846,331; Mar. 31, 1986, HERMETIC COATING FOR OPTICAL FIBER, S. Raychaudhuri, Peter C. Schultz – Spectran Corporation, Sturbridge, Mass.

26. PCT/US2008/012349; Oct. 31, 2008 and WO 2009/061367 A2; May 14, 2009; OPTICAL SENSOR FOR DETERMINING THE CONCENTRATION OF AN ANALYTE. Peter Schultz, Arkady Amosov, Natalia Izvarina and Sergey Kravetz – BioSensor Inc.